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An overview of our Web 2.0 at JMU! programme. This was a14 week programme whcih trained 120 staff on all aspects of web 2.o, our VLE and presntation skills

An overview of our Web 2.0 at JMU! programme. This was a14 week programme whcih trained 120 staff on all aspects of web 2.o, our VLE and presntation skills

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  • 16 week course covering these areasAn intro to the topicResources to read/watchTask to complete and reflect on
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  • Alex explain what Web 2.0 is brieflyIn the course praticipants will be exposed to and interact with the most common Web 2.0 tools.
  • 16 week course covering these areasAn intro to the topicResources to read/watchTask to complete and reflect on
  • Activity a week, a reflection and a screen grab as evidenceAlex up to reflective diary into e-portoflio + screen grabsDiscussion - debateLeo after extra output
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  • 16 week course covering these areasAn intro to the topicResources to read/watchTask to complete and reflect on

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  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3. Background
    Change agenda – student experience
    Technology Enhanced Learning
    Changing LIS roles
    McMaster model
    Multi-skilling
    Innovative working
    methods
  • 4. Why did we do it?
    Support the student experience
    Support Technology Enhanced Learning
    Changing staff roles
    Multi-skilling
    Innovative ways of working
    Opportunity for staff
  • 5. How did we do it?
    McMaster model
    Learning groups
    Group leaders
    Collaboration with LDU
    Programme development period
    Programme roll out
  • 6. What is Learning 2.0?
  • 7. Week by Week Course Content
    Blackboard / e-portfolio
    Introduction to Web 2.0
    Blogs
    RSS Feeds
    Wikis
    Social Bookmarking
    Media sharing
    Social networking
  • 8. Assessment
    Weekly activities
    Reflective diary - e-portfolio
    Screen grabs – e-portfolio
    Discussion
    Blog
    Extra output?
  • 9. Incentives
    Sponsorship – Ex Libris
    Final Activity
    Best Presentation Award
    Outstanding Team
    Player Awards
  • 10.
  • 11. So far I've found this whole experience to be time consuming and tedious. Cannot see any value in it at all.
    if I could remember everything it would be fine.........but………
    I am so nervous of this course but hopefully I will get more confident as I progress
    I'm not joining moron facebook
    I can’t see what this has got to do with my job!
  • 12. I feel that, potentially, blogs can be an effective means of passing on information and receiving feedback from students; it would be a good way to remind students about our facilities
    It was a great opportunity...I wouldn’t have learned this stuff otherwise
    I'm really enjoying the opportunity Web 2.0 is giving me to find out more about communicating via the web.... other than emails.
    I look forward to our next online training….on Web squared!
    thank you to the Web 2.0 @ LJMU team for the quality and content of the training course and do believe that it has helped to raise the standards of IT literacy within LIS.