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14 daniel lópez álvarez ortega blearning15_v4

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The presentation of the University of Málaga explaining the problems to implement Blended Learning
The presentation is a contribution to the "Quality in Blended Learning Conference" in Málaga.

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14 daniel lópez álvarez ortega blearning15_v4

  1. 1. Speaker e-mail: dlopez@uma.es
  2. 2.  E-learning service was created in1998, and in 2004-05 UMA Virtual Campus was launched  Technical and formation services  Provide support for technical and pedagogical for ICT  Support to computer laboratories as educational resources
  3. 3.  Initiative of the UMA Master's and Doctorate International School ◦ Increase numbers of students in low subscription Masters ◦ Provide postgraduate offer for workers and professionals  In 2012-13, the promotion of a call for blended learning method in subjects of Master’s degree  The candidates had to fulfill ◦ Knowledge about online learning resources ◦ Attend a training course about blended learning ◦ Commit to adapt theirs activities and the contents ◦ Collaborate with E-learning Service
  4. 4.  Faculty grants ◦ Reduction of face-to-face classes ◦ Increase official recognition (10 hours per 1 ECTS credit instead of 7.4 )  Participation in course 2013-14 ◦ 58 subjects ◦ 7 Masters ( 1 included all subjects )  Participation in course 2014-15 ◦ 66 subjects ◦ 8 Masters ( 3 include all subjects )
  5. 5.  B-learning training seminar ◦ Technologic resources  LMS resources ( forums, quiz, workshop, ...)  Webinars ( Adobe Connect and Big Blue Button )  Multimedia contents ( Adobe Presenter and Camtasia Studio )  Virtual Lab ( Virtual Desktop Infrastructure ) remote access to academic software ◦ Method strategies and schedule  Planning offline and online activities  Adaptation evaluation activities and grades  Teachers had to modify subject guide for B-learning approach
  6. 6.  At the end of the 2013-14 course, teachers reported their resource adaptations Resources adapted Percent of Subjects 2013- 14 LMS as Contents Management 100% Online Magister classes 20% Multimedia content creation 45% Online interactions (F-S and S-S) 70% Virtual Labs 12% Virtual meeting service 15%
  7. 7.  Faculty report in summary ◦ Spend too much time to adapt contents ◦ Problems to adapt activities and face-to-face classes ◦ Student motivation  Student suggestions ◦ More information about schedule and evaluation method ◦ Problems for mixing blended and in-class subjects ◦ Face-to-face classes activities in B-learning
  8. 8.  Interesting experience but not total successful in implementing learning in all subjects  Blended learning Master’s degree for all subjects  Define subject using virtual approach and utilize face-to-face classes for offline activities  Information for students  Reconsider subject guide and teacher training

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