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These PechaKucha style presentations (20 slides at 20 seconds each) from attendees at the event will focus on how they have implemented digital capabilities to enhance learning and teaching at their institutions.

With contributions from:

Angela Dynes, library manager, and Shannon Boyce, digital instructional designer, Northern Regional College
Louise O'Boyle, lecturer and faculty UKPSF lead, University of Ulster
Aideen Gibson, e-learning developer, University of Ulster

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  1. 1. Enhancing digital capabilities NRC libraries and digital learning Angela Dynes, Library manager, Northern Regional College Shannon Boyce, Digital instructional designer, Northern Regional College
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  3. 3. Fast forwarding to the end 16/06/2017 Enhancing digital capabilities NRC libraries and digital learning 40 20
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  5. 5. “Out with old in with new” 16/06/2017 Enhancing digital capabilities NRC libraries and digital learning 60 20
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  9. 9. »“Adobe® Captivate® 3 software enables anyone to rapidly create powerful and engaging simulations, scenario-based training, and robust quizzes… (Adobe, 2017) 16/06/2017 Enhancing digital capabilities NRC libraries and digital learning 100 20
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  12. 12. Issues 16/06/2017 Enhancing digital capabilities NRC libraries and digital learning 130 20
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  18. 18. 16/06/2017 Enhancing digital capabilities NRC libraries and digital learning 19 http://dle.nrc.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=2392 0 20
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  20. 20. Thank you for listening Enhancing digital capabilities NRC libraries and digital learning Angela Dynes, Library manager Shannon Boyce, Digital learning instructional designer Angela.dynes@nrc.ac.uk 16/06/2017 Enhancing digital capabilities NRC libraries and digital learning 21 Shannon.boyce@nrc.ac.uk @AngelaDynes17 @shannonboyciee
  21. 21. Learning Places
  22. 22. Moving in an evolving sector
  23. 23. How can an authentic understanding of the student learning experience be gained & can this in turn inform future pedagogies & learning space design
  24. 24. Student Voice
  25. 25. Pilot classroom
  26. 26. Using technology as a tool
  27. 27. Digital Platforms
  28. 28. Enhancing digital literacy skills
  29. 29. What was the impact of these activities?
  30. 30. Understanding of learning environment
  31. 31. “Putting my ideas across in a group is something I find difficult as I am quite a shy person, I sometimes believe my ideas are silly and not worth putting forward I learnt how to work well within a group; teamwork and organisation were two skills that I had improved on within the sessions. I developed listening skills which were vital to working with a group of people and also just to learn from each session and stay engaged.“
  32. 32. What Next ???????
  33. 33. Thank you for listening @louoboyle lm.oboyle@ulster.ac.uk
  34. 34. Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education Aideen Gibson, E-learning developer, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  35. 35. Pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 450 20
  36. 36. Models of learning in Higher Education 16/06/2017 Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education 460 20
  37. 37. Why now? Where are we going? 16/06/2017 Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education 470 20
  38. 38. E-learning and blended learning courses »Two part-time post graduate courses »One full-time post graduate vourses »One part-time higher level apprenticeship Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 480 20
  39. 39. E-learning support in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences »Hardware and software provision »Office for digital learning »Department level Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 490 20
  40. 40. My role as e-learning developer Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 500 20
  41. 41. How lecturers perceive online learning » Lecturer survey (School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences) › 10 Likert style questions › E-learning versus face-to-face › Factors influencing adoption › Barriers to adoption Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 510 20
  42. 42. Face-to-face E-learning General attitudes to online learning 16/06/2017 Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education 520 20
  43. 43. General attitudes to online learning »Which of the following factors would influence you to teach online undergraduate degree courses? Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 53 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 1 2 3 4 0 20
  44. 44. General attitudes to online learning 16/06/2017 Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education 54 »Which of the following would you regard as a barrier to teaching online undergraduate degree courses? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Increased preparation time Lack of student participation Lack of face-to-face interactions Asynchronous discussions (not taking place at the same time) Slow internet Increased time requirements (contact hours) 0 20
  45. 45. General attitudes to online learning 16/06/2017 Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education 55 »Which of the following would you consider to be a personal barrier to teaching online undergraduate degree courses? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Limited professional development accreditation Lack of familiarity Lack of continuity Lack of confidence no answer 0 20
  46. 46. Encouraging engagement and improving digital capabilities 16/06/2017 Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education 56 Staff Engagement with E-Learning Appreciation – Awareness of being valued Commitment – Goes above and beyond Alignment – Values and goals aligned with organisation Contribution – Actively embracing tools and technologies 0 20
  47. 47. Management support 16/06/2017 Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education 570 20
  48. 48. Technical support 16/06/2017 Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education 58 Digital office E-learning developer Information services 0 20
  49. 49. Curriculum development Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 590 20
  50. 50. Challenges Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 600 20
  51. 51. Opportunities Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 610 20
  52. 52. Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education16/06/2017 62 It isn’t easy but it’s worth it! 0 20
  53. 53. jisc.ac.uk Contact me Aideen Gibson E-Learning Developer, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences a.gibson@ulster.ac.uk @aideengibson 16/06/2017 Embracing e-learning tools and technologies in Higher Education 63
  54. 54. ALT NI Members Group Emma McAllister and Clare Thomson @A_L_T_NI ALT NI Members Group
  55. 55. Describe
  56. 56. Reflect

These PechaKucha style presentations (20 slides at 20 seconds each) from attendees at the event will focus on how they have implemented digital capabilities to enhance learning and teaching at their institutions. With contributions from: Angela Dynes, library manager, and Shannon Boyce, digital instructional designer, Northern Regional College Louise O'Boyle, lecturer and faculty UKPSF lead, University of Ulster Aideen Gibson, e-learning developer, University of Ulster

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