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Enhancing Nominal Group Technique using technologies: a demonstration

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A presentation given by Jaye McIsaac and Tunde Varga-Atkins at ALT-C 2012, University of Manchester, 13 Sep 2012.

A presentation given by Jaye McIsaac and Tunde Varga-Atkins at ALT-C 2012, University of Manchester, 13 Sep 2012.

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  • Tunde & JayeWhat we found:That there is no one tool that enables/enhances all 3 stages of the NGT processReference UoL work in curriculum development/supporting learning & teaching with project and examples
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    • 1. Enhancing Nominal Group Technique using technologies: a demonstration (ID275) ALT-C 11-13 September 2012 Jaye McIsaac, Educational Development Tunde Varga-Atkins, eLearning Unit University of Liverpool ELESIG-funded project
    • 2. OUTLINE• Introduction and purpose• What is the Nominal Group Technique?• What is the problem?• Technologies we tried
    • 3. OUTCOMES• To describe the Nominal Group Technique (NGT) as a student feedback & evaluation tool.• To evaluate the use of learning technologies in the process of a face- to-face NGT session.• To consider the value of using technologies in online settings using NGT.
    • 4. WHAT IS NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE?• Structured group activity• One given topic• Facilitates group decision-making• Immediate results• Reduces researcher/participant bias - Delbecq & Van de Ven(1971)
    • 5. NGT: STAGES Example question: ‘What would you change in your course?’1) Individual 2) Clarification and 3) Ranking responsesresponses consolidation
    • 6. STAGE 1: WHAT TO KEEP DOING (FEEDBACK TO STUDENTS) 1 2 3 Annotated Model Audio ,personalised answers feedbac feedback. k giving extensive commen4 5 tsGiving Audio 6model feedback Drafts thatanswers for for must beessay titles everythin submitted g! and marked prior final work
    • 7. STAGE 2 : WHAT TO KEEP DOING (FEEDBACK TO STUDENTS) Model answers 4 2 Giving Model model answers answers for essay titles Audio feedback Personalised3 Audio 5 6 Drafts that feedback feedbac Audio must be 1 k giving submitted Annotated feedback extensive for and marked ,personalise commen prior final feedback. everythin ts g! work
    • 8. STAGE 3 : WHAT TO KEEP DOING (FEEDBACK) Item no. Item description5 points 1 Annotated, personalised feedback4 points 2 Giving model answers3 points 4 Audio feedback2 points 7 etc.1 point 10 etc.
    • 9. THE TOP FIVE QUALITIES OF GOOD FEEDBACK1 Timing, quick Detailed, on how to 2 improve Applicable to future 3 work Personal 4 Consistent bw 5 markers
    • 10. ‘PROBLEMS’ Credit by Nathan T. Baker
    • 11. TECHNOLOGIES WE TESTED1) Individual 2) Clarification and 3) Ranking responsesresponses consolidation
    • 12. TECHNOLOGIES WE TESTED Polling: GoogleModeratormobile text-entry /MCQ polling online sticky- note: linoit.comclickers Web- conferencing
    • 13. MOBILE TEXT ENTRY(E.G. POLLEVERYWHERE.COM, TEXTWALL.CO.UK) 1) Individual 2) 3) Ranking response Consolidation and clarification   
    • 14. CLICKERS1) Individual 2) 3) Rankingresponse Consolidation and clarification  
    • 15. GUIDE TO NGT & PROJECT REPORT See References On slideshare.net , search for Nominal Group Technique
    • 16. GOOGLE MODERATOR Live link:
    • 17. GOOGLE MODERATOR1) Individual 2) 3) Rankingresponse Consolidation and clarification  
    • 18. WEB-CONFERENCING (ELLUMINATE)
    • 19. WEB-CONFERENCING1) Individual 2) 3) Rankingresponse Consolidation and clarification  
    • 20. ONLINE STICKY-NOTES: E.G. LINOIT.COM
    • 21. LINOIT.COM1) Individual 2) 3) Rankingresponse Consolidation and clarification  
    • 22. TECHNOLOGIES TRIED FOR NOMINAL GROUP1) Individual 2) 3) Rankingresponse Consolidation and clarification   so…
    • 23. FOR NOW: KEEPING WITH and…
    • 24. UNINTENDED OUTCOME 1: ONLINE SETTINGS
    • 25. UNINTENDED OUTCOME 2:IN OTHER STUDENT FEEDBACK METHODS
    • 26. UNINTENDED OUTCOME 3: PAPER AS TECHNOLOGY • ubiquitous • manipulable • overlay • multi-items • text entry • legibility • visibility Image by Paul Duvall
    • 27. THANK YOUContactJaye McIsaacJ.Mcisaac@liverpool.ac.ukTunde Varga-Atkinstva@liverpool.ac.uk
    • 28. REFERENCES• Delbecq, A., Van de Ven, Andrew, & Gustafson, D. (1975). Group techniques for program planning  a guide to nominal : group and Delphi processes. Glenview Ill.: Scott Foresman.• Luff et al (2007) Augmented Paper: Developing relationships between digital content and paper• Oliver, M. (2012) Learning with technology as a coordinated sociomaterial practice: digital literacies as a site of praxiological study• Varga-Atkins, McIsaac et al (2011) Using the nominal group technique with clickers to research student experiences of e- learning: a project report [http://slidesha.re/xQlBCg ]• Varga-Atkins, McIsaac et al (2011) The Nominal Group Technique – a practical guide for facilitators [http://slidesha.re/AmYOgv]

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