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I'm a very technical lecturer. Here's a snapshot of everything technically inclined I could identify I was using in the semester.

I'm a very technical lecturer. Here's a snapshot of everything technically inclined I could identify I was using in the semester.

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    • 1. Innovative use of technologies in educationSHOWCASE: STEPHEN DANN
    • 2. Visual Feedback Loop• Cards replace “hands up if” question – Green card for yes – Red card for no – Yellow card for maybe• Put up the yellow card when… – You feel lost – I’m going to fast – I’m making no sense Yes No Maybe
    • 3. Youtube, Soundcloud, Formspring, Twitter, course blog, oh my!TECH IN THE CLASSROOM
    • 4. A history...• Hosted my courses online in 1998-1999 – Which melted the hosting server • reprimanded for issuing a denial of service attack – A.K.A. 120 students getting their assignment questions… • “The server was not intended for such high traffic activity” – Switched to my own host (1999-2001) • “Students should not be required to access a website to find out their course readings”
    • 5. Server Killer
    • 6. Online audio hosting in 2000s“Students should not be required to go to a website to download audio of the lectures”
    • 7. The ANU Tech TrialsTech (prior) Course Twitter• 2006-2007 Blogger • eMarketing• 2007- ANU Blogs • Social Marketing • Intro• Slidecast presentations! • Strategy• YouTube video • Business Decision assignments! Making• Blogs as assignments!
    • 8. “Do we have to use the internet?”STUDENT FEEDBACK
    • 9. DESPITE THAT…
    • 10. THE SCENARIO
    • 11. MKTG2001Score Problem to solve…2.2 I had a clear idea of what was expected of me in this course2.6 The teaching and learning activities supported my learning3.3 I had ready access to the learning opportunities provided in this course2.8 The assessment seemed appropriate given the goals of the course2.3 The feedback I received during the course supported my learning2.3 Overall…Experience of learning
    • 12. Preferred Option: Kill it with fire.
    • 13. The ChallengeScore Problem to solve…2.2 I had a clear idea of what was expected of me in this course2.3 The feedback I received during the course supported my learningBonus Round Challenge:• The Lecture is 2-4pm Friday.• The Tutorials are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday• Week 1 is the Bush Week holiday.• Nobody likes the content (fear of statistics)• Subject has a reputation for horror• Topic area has a horrible reputation across the sector.
    • 14. Plan B: Throw technology at the solutionProblem SolutionExpectations• Clear idea of expectation Video Briefings.• Friday lecture Monday ContentFeedback loops• Studentwards Assessment Feedback, Low tech, high touch• Lecturerwards Ah, now we have a problem…• Lecturer Capture Consultation TimingSubject is scary Remote access / anonymous questionsWattle is creepy Open non tracked channels
    • 15. Caveat: Why not all through wattle?• Wattle’s lovely and all… – Doesn’t have automated timed releases (blog) – Streams like a dammed river (Youtube) – Times out during a lecture (Twitter) – Student preference (Yikes!) – DLD is not a media server (No kidding) – Can’t schedule appointments(Meet.me) – Forum is awfully crude (Twitter)Plan B
    • 16. Expectations • What tech lets me set the direction for the course? – Command and control approach – Information outbound Blog: http://mktg2001.weblogs.anu.edu.au/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/drstephendann Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/drstephendann Wattle: Uglier than strictly necessaryPlan B
    • 17. Sunday Night at the Subject • Draft slides (week’s content) • Draft blog post – Windows Live Writer • Record briefing video – Canon Vixia pack • Edit/Upload video to YouTube – Windows Live Movie Maker – Convert video to mp3 using VLC • Upload audio to Soundcloud • Update blog with links (Y, S), post blog • Update Wattle with links (B, Y, S) • Record preview lecture on DLDPlan B
    • 18. Feedback Loops • Lecturerwards feedback – How can I react quickly to short questions? – How can I react quickly to urgent questions? – How can I get students to ask the embarrassing questions with the straightforward answers? Twitter: http://twitter.com/mktg2001 | @mktg2001 | #mktg2001 Formspring: Ask a question E-mail: mktg2001@anu.edu.auPlan B
    • 19. Feedback Loops • Studentwards feedback – What generic advice can be sent outbound? – How can I reframe student assessment expectation? – What can I do with individual task data on aggregate? Blog: http://mktg2001.weblogs.anu.edu.au/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/drstephendann Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/drstephendannPlan B
    • 20. Aggregate and Individual FeedbackPlan B
    • 21. Aggregate and Individual FeedbackPlan B
    • 22. Lecturer Capturehttp://meetme.so/stephendann http://www.scheduleonce.com/meetme.aspxPlan B
    • 23. Subject is scary • Anonymous inputs – Wattle anonymous – Formspring – Quora* * Didn’t work out so well, aka Formspring was so much better Formspring: Ask a questionPlan B
    • 24. Summary of Technologies Blog: http://mktg2001.weblogs.anu.edu.au/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/mktg2001 | @mktg2001 | #mktg2001 Readings: Old School Paper book Formspring: Ask a question E-mail: mktg2001@anu.edu.au YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/drstephendann Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/drstephendannPlan B
    • 25. Points of Contact • @stephendann • Stephen.dann@anu.edu.au • Stephendann.net / stephendann.com • SlidesharePlan B I’m a very technical boy

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