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Learning Design Cross Institutional Network (LD-CIN);
a social place for bashing, mashing and smashing
Learning Design ini...
Outline
• Not a presentation, but a party invite!
• Party games
• What does the Learning Design team at the OU do?
• Plans...
Not a presentation, but a party invite!
• Set up of an external network - Learning Design Cross
Institutional Network (LD-...
Party games
Learning Design
• A field of educational research and scholarship
• Focuses on designing, describing and shari...
The OU approach to Learning Design
Face-to-face, creative Learning Design workshops ensure that
the multi-disciplinary des...
The OU approach to Learning Design
A set of design templates is used to capture and share the
structures and approaches of...
The OU approach to Learning Design
Analytics informs the design of new curriculum. Design data is
combined with student sa...
The OU approach to Learning Design
These templates are stored in an online repository to promote
sharing and reuse.
Learning Design Cross Institutional Network
(LD-CIN)
• Open to all, but in particular to institutions that have
implemente...
Learning Design Cross Institutional
Network (LD-CIN)
• Agenda to be set by members collaboratively
• Open University will ...
External work
• Workload tool
• Release of Learning Design tools externally
• Workshop materials, evaluation work and cons...
Any questions?
Learning Design Cross Institutional Network (LD-CIN)
Lisette Toetenel
Lisette.toetenel@open.ac.uk
Learning...
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Learning Design Cross-Institutional Network (LD-CIN): a social place for bashing, mashing and smashing learning design initiatives

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Lisette Toetenel, Institute of Educational Technology (IET)

Taken from our learning and teaching practice experts group meeting on 23 June 2015

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Learning Design Cross-Institutional Network (LD-CIN): a social place for bashing, mashing and smashing learning design initiatives

  1. 1. Learning Design Cross Institutional Network (LD-CIN); a social place for bashing, mashing and smashing Learning Design initiatives Lisette Toetenel Institute of Educational Technology (IET)
  2. 2. Outline • Not a presentation, but a party invite! • Party games • What does the Learning Design team at the OU do? • Plans for LD-CIN • Plans for external work in the future – workload tool
  3. 3. Not a presentation, but a party invite! • Set up of an external network - Learning Design Cross Institutional Network (LD-CIN) • Aim: to create a social place for bashing, mashing and smashing Learning Design initiatives – Bash: creative, collaborative approach – Mash: sharing good practice and adopting new practices – Smash: weeding out initiatives that might not work in your setting
  4. 4. Party games Learning Design • A field of educational research and scholarship • Focuses on designing, describing and sharing of learning activities • Definitions and approaches around Learning Design vary across institutions
  5. 5. The OU approach to Learning Design Face-to-face, creative Learning Design workshops ensure that the multi-disciplinary design team is given the time and resource to engage in design for learning discussion and consultation through the curriculum design process.
  6. 6. The OU approach to Learning Design A set of design templates is used to capture and share the structures and approaches of a unit of learning (rather than unstructured text descriptions). These make the designs more visible and explicit, and can be easily adapted or reused to suit other learning contexts.
  7. 7. The OU approach to Learning Design Analytics informs the design of new curriculum. Design data is combined with student satisfaction and performance data to identify the design features that appear to impact most commonly on student experience across the curriculum, including design features that impact on the outcomes of particular student sub-groups.
  8. 8. The OU approach to Learning Design These templates are stored in an online repository to promote sharing and reuse.
  9. 9. Learning Design Cross Institutional Network (LD-CIN) • Open to all, but in particular to institutions that have implemented practical Learning Design initiatives or about to do so • Main focus on practice • Regular meetings where members present their work as well as research • Space for other members to try out practices developed by other institutions (approaches, methods, tools)
  10. 10. Learning Design Cross Institutional Network (LD-CIN) • Agenda to be set by members collaboratively • Open University will host the space (if required) • Interested parties to date include Imperial College, NHS Leadership Academy and Edinburgh University • Jisc involvement?
  11. 11. External work • Workload tool • Release of Learning Design tools externally • Workshop materials, evaluation work and consultancy
  12. 12. Any questions? Learning Design Cross Institutional Network (LD-CIN) Lisette Toetenel Lisette.toetenel@open.ac.uk Learning Design Team Rebecca Galley, Jitse van Ameijde and Lisette Toetenel  http://www.open.ac.uk/iet/learning-design/ IET-learningdesign@open.ac.uk @IET_LearnDesign Thank you for your time today.

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