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Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
Celt web 2.0 seminar
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  • 1. Using Web 2.0 to deliver effective Distance Learning<br />Prof Tony Toole<br />e-College.ac Ltd<br />December 2010<br />University of Glamorgan CELT Seminar, 8th December 2010<br />
  • 2. 1. Background: Online Distance Learning<br />2. Web 2.0 in Distance Learning Delivery<br />3. Case Study: the JISC Ratatat project at Swansea Met<br />4. Demonstration: History of Art at Oxford<br />5. Staff Development: the EU SVEA project<br />
  • 3. The Development of Online Distance Learning<br />1970’s: Posted resources; TV &amp; radio programmes; <br />telephone tutor support<br />1990’s: Video recorded lectures; posted <br />Assignments; email communications<br />2000’s: VLE based resources; uploaded assignments; online forum &amp; email tutor support<br />2010’s: Web 2.0 based resources; uploaded assignments; forum, videoconference, skype &amp; email tutor support<br />
  • 4. The Emergence of Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing as an option<br />
  • 5. RatatatRemote Access To Academic Trials And Testing<br />Rationale: In many subject areas, practical work is in some way computer controlled and, if remote access can be gained to those computers, then we have the basis for carrying out the practical work at a distance<br />Objectives were to:<br /><ul><li>Provide remote online access to practical work for Masters-level NDT students
  • 6. Create a customised online Learning Environment using Web 2.0 tools
  • 7. Enable simultaneous remote control connectivity, video and voice communications
  • 8. Integrate the remote access and communications with Learning Environment functionality</li></li></ul><li>
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  • 18. History of Art course websiteThe use of Slideshare and Google docs<br />
  • 19. The SVEA ProjectOnline Web 2.0 training for VET staff<br />
  • 20. The SVEA ProjectUses Web 2.0 tools as part of the training delivery<br />
  • 21. Using Web 2.0 to deliver effective Distance Learning<br />http://www.sites.google.com/site/mscndt<br />http://www.sites.google.com/site/arthistoryatoxford<br />http://www.svea-project.eu/<br />tony.toole@e-college.ac<br />Prof Tony Toole<br />e-College.ac Ltd<br />December 2010<br />University of Glamorgan CELT Seminar, 8th December 2010<br />

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