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Using lecture capture technologies to support peer-to-peer
feedback among first-year Fashion students in a...
www.derby.ac.uk
Glenn McGarry
Learning Technology Developer
g.d.mcgarry@derby.ac.uk
Rob Higson
Media Advisor
r.higson@derb...
www.derby.ac.uk
Charlie Davis
Senior Digital Practice Advisor
charles.davis@ntu.ac.uk
Ann Draycott
Senior Lecturer in Fash...
Background to the project
 Media-Enhanced Feedback pilot
– focus on:
 Tutor-to-cohort delivery
 Tutor-to-individual - s...
Using Institutional Systems
Benefits:
 Data protection and
governance
 Nurturing a peer support
network
 Established su...
Tutor workflow
www.derby.ac.uk
File Handling
Encoding
Uploading
Record ShareProcess
Feedback
Folder
Student workflow
www.derby.ac.uk
Record Share
Students can only upload
to ‘dropbox’
Blog
Support
 Video guides
 Step-by-step handouts
 Session on feedback
(What is feedback?)
 Example videos
 Trial session
...
What happened?
 Issues
• Wi-fi
• Understanding the process
• Access to devices – iOS only
• Setup issues
 Observations
•...
Outcomes so far
 Student feedback
• Generally positive
• Understand the need to
develop these skills
• Ann to continue wi...
www.derby.ac.uk
Glenn McGarry
Learning Technology Developer
G.D.Mcgarry@derby.ac.uk
Rob Higson
Media Advisor
r.higson@derb...
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Using lecture capture technologies to support peer-to-peer feedback among first-year Fashion students in a studio-based learning environment

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Presentation at University of Nottingham 2015
Ann Draycott, Rob Higson, and Glenn McGarry, University of Derby This session looks at how first-year Fashion students at the University of Derby have been using lecture capture technologies to provide each other with feedback on their designs and creations. This project forms part of a wider Institutional media-enhanced feedback pilot aimed at promoting and supporting, through staff development programmes, the exploration of audio and video feedback approaches across the University of Derby.

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Using lecture capture technologies to support peer-to-peer feedback among first-year Fashion students in a studio-based learning environment

  1. 1. www.derby.ac.uk Using lecture capture technologies to support peer-to-peer feedback among first-year Fashion students in a studio based learning environment. www.derby.ac.uk
  2. 2. www.derby.ac.uk Glenn McGarry Learning Technology Developer g.d.mcgarry@derby.ac.uk Rob Higson Media Advisor r.higson@derby.ac.uk @DerbyMediaTeam
  3. 3. www.derby.ac.uk Charlie Davis Senior Digital Practice Advisor charles.davis@ntu.ac.uk Ann Draycott Senior Lecturer in Fashion a.draycott@derby.ac.uk
  4. 4. Background to the project  Media-Enhanced Feedback pilot – focus on:  Tutor-to-cohort delivery  Tutor-to-individual - student delivery  Student-to-student delivery  Aims of student-to-student:  Embedding good practice (level 4)  Giving and receiving constructive feedback  Vocational practice - institutional drive on employability www.derby.ac.uk flexiblefeedback.wp.derby.ac.uk
  5. 5. Using Institutional Systems Benefits:  Data protection and governance  Nurturing a peer support network  Established support available  Equitable student experience  Establish institutional models of practice  Return on investment Constraints:  Appropriating technologies beyond intended use  Limited functionality/work- arounds www.derby.ac.uk
  6. 6. Tutor workflow www.derby.ac.uk File Handling Encoding Uploading Record ShareProcess Feedback Folder
  7. 7. Student workflow www.derby.ac.uk Record Share Students can only upload to ‘dropbox’ Blog
  8. 8. Support  Video guides  Step-by-step handouts  Session on feedback (What is feedback?)  Example videos  Trial session www.derby.ac.uk
  9. 9. What happened?  Issues • Wi-fi • Understanding the process • Access to devices – iOS only • Setup issues  Observations • Nervousness about making recordings • Support materials not necessarily used • Physical constrains – height of counters/angling ipad camera • Noise – (non-issue) www.derby.ac.uk
  10. 10. Outcomes so far  Student feedback • Generally positive • Understand the need to develop these skills • Ann to continue with new cohort • Further refining the process • Addressing technical issues • Testing more use cases www.derby.ac.uk
  11. 11. www.derby.ac.uk Glenn McGarry Learning Technology Developer G.D.Mcgarry@derby.ac.uk Rob Higson Media Advisor r.higson@derby.ac.uk @DerbyMediaTeam

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