TurboTEL 201313th June, 2013 - 10:30am - 4pm (refreshments from 9:45am)Sandy Park Conference Centre, Exeter, EX2 7NNWeb: http://www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/southwestTel: 01752 587031Email: email@example.comWelcome to our TurboTEL2013 guide and programmeThis year TurboTel 2013 will feature arange of highly useful and informativeTurbo sessions, covering some veryexciting and innovative projects.Presentations will once again be in aswift Pecha Kucha style to allow amaximum coverage of excitingsubjects.A practical ICT workshop will alsorun throughout the day in responseto popular demand. This will featurehands-on Turbo activities on thelatest technologies and developments.#TurboTEL2013
A Warm WelcomeWelcome to the Jisc RSC South Westannual TurboTEL 2013 event. Aschanges in the funding and inspectionenvironment have impact for alleducational providers, the requirementto engage effectively and efficientlywith businesses and the communities inwhich they are located is of paramountimportance.As in previous years, we have broughttogether educational providers andother organisations, emphasising theSouth West region to showcase anddiscuss the issues and approaches inusing technologies to add value tothe learner experience. This event willprovide plenty of‘food for thought’andexcellent opportunities for discussion andnetworking. We look forward to seeingyou there!Visit our Ningeducational socialnetwork for all the pre andpost event presentationsand resources.www. http://jisc-rscsw.ning.com/Augmented realityJohn McKenzie - Jisc RSC SW ManagerWho is the event for?Managers, Leaders, Practitioners, Support Staff, Academics, Education andTraining professionals and enthusiasts from all areas within:Colleges of Further Education, Higher Education institutions, Adult Learn-ing organisations, Work Based Learning providers, Specialist Colleges,partner school organisations and training enterprises.Aims of the event:• Showcase and support new thinking and innovative approaches in theuse of technology in education, training and skills• Inspire and bring together a community of educators, enthusiasts andprofessionals• Provide a platform to demonstrate, explore and discuss best practiceacross the region and beyond.Benefits of the event:• Networking opportunities• First hand exploration of current trends in education• Gain valuable CPD• Hands-on sessions• Celebrate and showcase the work of our regional learning and skillsproviders• Be part of stimulating demonstrations, discussions and presentations• Gain new and better ideas to expand your opportunities for usingtechnology• Turbo presentations using the popular ‘Pecha Kucha’ style enablespractitioners to explore a wealth of information• Over 20 session topics covered in one day• Free Wi-Fi availableDownload an app called Layar on your smartphone and then scan thebelow images to reveal something more!
AgendaSession/Activity Time ICT Masterclasses: Room 6 Strand 1: Room 1 Strand 2: Room 4 Strand 3: Room 10Refreshments 09:45 - 10:30Welcome 10:30 - 10:451 10:45 - 11:00 Creating electronic interactivity inyour lessons.Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWInstant content creation usingXerte recipes: How to use someof the recipes Jisc TechDis hasuploaded to the Xerte community.Alistair McNaught, Jisc TechDisCoB College video server: A briefhistory, technical issues and use viaBlackboard and mobile devices.Martin Nutbeem, City of BristolCollegeiPad ideas: Ideas and apps forusing iPads for group work andcollaboration. Bring your own deviceand in join in with some quickactivities to try them out!Rebecca Barrington, South DevonCollege2 11:00 - 11:15 What is Augmented Reality (AR)?Matt Ewens, Jisc RSC SWMaking our online delivery intoan exciting learning environment(MOODLE).Diana Eddy, SpectrumFive steps to better videos.Steve Hull, Jisc Digital MediaReplacing laptops with tablets inexisting workflowJames Bruton, OnSite Bristol3 11:15 - 11:30 Creating an Augmented Reality(AR) learning object.Matt Ewens, Jisc RSC SWA leg to stand on: Practicalguidance and support for studentsfrom TechDis and partners for quickand easy implementation.Alistair McNaught, Jisc TechdisBoB National.Markeda Cole, British Universities Filmand Video CouncilTurboTel in action! Quick wins forteachers to engage students usingtechnology (using free and easy to useactivities.Rebecca Barrington, South DevonCollegeShuffle 11:30 - 11:354 11:35 - 11:50 Open session: Come and try thetools and techniques from earliersessions.Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWMatt Ewens, Jisc RSC SWImplementing MyStudyBar at CityCollege Plymouth.Oliver Ryles, City College PlymouthMaking the most of Mahara.Dan Jeffries, Access to Music LtdCloning PC’s for free with FOG: Livedemo.Andy Morris, Essington ComputerConsultancy Ltd5 11:50 - 12:05 HTML 5 and CSS: What is it?What can it be used for?Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWOur new approach to staffdevelopment.Carol Hampton, GloucestershireCollegeUsing Mahara as a staff portfolioand profile system.Elaine Garcia, Plymouth College of ArtIs an iPad the only solution? Includeshands-on use of devices.Graham Huggins, Eporta6 12:05 - 12:20 Windows 8 and Microsoft Surfacedevices: Should I be interested?Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWEPICT not EPIC! How eLearning CPDcan be integrated with teaching andlearning.Lee Bryant, City of BristolCrossing the Threshold: The Jiscapproach to bringing ePortfolios intothe Mainstream.Dan McCaffrey, Jisc RSC SWeVolution: Supporting Innovation inTechnology in the Classroom.Jon Hofgartner and Amy Palmer,Weston College7 12:20 - 12:35 Accessible Adobe documents.Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWTech Genius: An IT helpdesk basedin the library, staffed and run forstudents by students.Louise Hutson, Weston CollegeThe Edited Web.Elaine Garcia, Plymouth College of ArtOffice 365 for teaching andstudents: Different options, anduses, like communicating with coursetutor, through IM, presence, email andsharepoint.Graham Huggins, EportaWelcome message from John McKenzie, Manager - Jisc RSC South West
AgendaShuffle 12:35 - 12:4012:40 - 12:55 Jisc RSC SW team update Jisc RSC SW team update Jisc RSC SW team update Jisc RSC SW team updateLunch 1:00 - 1:458 1:45 - 2:00 Using location tools.Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWProduce engaging & effectiveeLearning: Ask yourself thesetwenty questions.Martin Thomson, Technology 4LearningUsing video to provide studentfeedback.Steve Hull, Jisc Digital MediaThe case for Shibboleth in yourcollege.Andy Morris, Essington ComputingConsultancy Ltd9 2:00 - 2:15 Open Session: Come and try thetools and techniques from earliersessions.Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWMatt Ewens, Jisc RSC SWCoB eLearning Factory: A briefhistory: what we do/don’t do,content types created plus examplesof content we’ve produced.Martin Nutbeem, City of BristolCollegeBritish Universities Film and VideoCouncil.Markeda Cole, British Universities Filmand Video CouncilContent curation.Bex Ferriday, Cardiff University10 2:15 - 2:30 Planning to support MobileDevices: What are the considerationsrequired?Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWInstant content creation usingXerte recipes: How to use some ofthe recipes Jisc TechDis has uploadedto the Xerte community.Alistair McNaught, Jisc TechDisFive steps to better videos.Steve Hull, Jisc Digital MediaTurningPoint: Why ask what’s thepoint? Engagement with responsesystems.Paul Jenner, TurningPointShuffle 2:30 - 2:3511 2:35 - 2:50 Windows 8 and Microsoft Surfacedevices: Should I be interested?Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWWhere are we now? Using GoogleStreetview for immersive virtuallearning activities.Lawrence Westland, City of BristolCollegeFurther Education & Skills projectsupdate.Nigel Ecclesfield, JiscHow to use Adobe Captivate.Bex Ferriday, Cardiff University12 2:50 - 3:05 Video captioning made easy.Matt Ewens, Jisc RSC SWUsing video to provide studentfeedback.Steve Hull, Jisc Digital MediaTurningPoint: Why ask what’s thepoint? Engagement with responsesystems.Paul Jenner, TurningPointEduroam: Automated login forvisiting staff and students toeducation institutions’ wirelessnetworks, worldwide. A non technicalintroduction.Kevin Sharpe, JaNet13 3:05 - 3:20 Open Session: Come and try thetools and techniques from earliersessions.Noel Davis, Jisc RSC SWMatt Ewens, Jisc RSC SWTeGFU: Teaching e-games forunderstanding.Lloyd Dean, Bridgwater CollegeA leg to stand on: Practical guidanceand support for students fromTechDis and partners for quick andeasy implementation.Alistair McNaught, Jisc TechdisMoodLe. A structure for developingonline learning content in Moodlethat can be applied to the FLIPPEDclassroom or MOOCs.Rebecca Barrington, South DevonCollegeFinal refreshmentsand depart3:20 - 4:00 Delegates are invited to stay for final refreshments with the RSC teamAll attendees please congregate in the Chiefs Suite for the pre-dinner session
Map and directionsBy CarFree delegate parking is availableFrom the M5 motorway junction 30 roundabout take the exit signed“A379 Exeter andDawlish”and Sandy Park entrance is signed off on the left after 1/4 mileBy RailThe nearest rail station is Exeter Digby Sowton - 15 minute walk (0.7 miles approx). Ex-eter Digby Sowton is on the main Exeter to Exmouth line. Exeter St David’s is 4 miles awayand you can catch a train from there to Exeter Digby Sowton. When you get off the train,you will see a sign in front of you saying“Sandy Park Rugby Stadium”to the left, followthe path until you reach another sign directing you to turn right. At the end of this path,there is a blue sign directing you to turn left. Halfway along this path, you turn right andwalk across the bridge.By BusService 52 A, B or C (Exeter to Sidmouth)Arriving at Bishops Court bus stop, walk across the road and up Apple Lane. At the end ofApple Lane, there is a pathway signposted“Sandy Park Rugby Stadium”, at the top of thepath turn left and walk across the bridge.Park and Ride: There is a Park and Ride service (PR4) in Sidmouth Road. If you take thisservice from the City Centre, you can then following the pedestrian directions above forthe Service 52 as this park and ride service is located at Bishops Court.Venue Contact DetailsSandy Park Conference & Banqueting Centre, Sandy Park Way, Exeter, Devon. EX2 7NNPlease note the postcode is not identified by some Satellite Navigation SystemsTel: 01392 427427Fax: 01392 890 888Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFurther Travel InformationFirst Great Western TrainsTel: 08457 000 125StagecoachTel: 01392 42 77 11Exeter AirportTel: 01392 367 433Hotel and accomodationExpress by Holiday Inn, Guardian Road, Exeter EX1 3PE10 minutes drive from Sandy Park Conference Centre (approx 1.6 miles)Please click on the link below and choose CONFERENCE or PARTY to achieve special rates starting from £57www.expressexeter.co.uk/SandyPark.htmlThe Buckerell Lodge Hotel, Topsham Road, Exeter EX2 4SQApproximately 10 minutes drive from Sandy Park Conference CentreFor preferential rates please click on the link below to achieve special rates from £65https://gc.synxis.com/rez.aspx?Hotel=57527&Chain=6050&shell=AK1&promo=sandy-parkTaxisCapital Taxis01392 434343Post event:TurboTEL 2013 event resources, presentations,videos and podcasts will be available on oureducational Ning network, please visit the followinglink: http://jisc-rscsw.ning.com/group/turbo-tel-2013