Presentation gta cdmn_en_2011-03-18


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Presentation to CDMN's Bob Embleton and Tech SouthEast's Doug Robertson.
The Canadian Digital Media Network is fostering parterships with media enterprises across Canada.
Université de Moncton's Groupe des technologies de l'apprentissage is part of the "New Brunswick Node" in establishing a dialogue with CDMN.
In partnership with Tech South-East, we are interested in taking our strenghts and expertise to the next level.
This presentation gives a quick tour of our team and its context and quickly shows some of our main realizations.
Please note that the movie built into the presentation is incapacitated by the Web view. As well, the various animations (not only the transitions) are missing.
Please contact for links to the different elements of our portfolio or to arrange a full presentation.

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Presentation gta cdmn_en_2011-03-18

  1. 1. Université de Moncton<br />Groupe des technologies de l’apprentissage (GTA)<br />* Learning Technologies Group *<br />Mr. Robert Grégoire<br />Ms. Dawn Steele<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />Université de Moncton and the Birthof the GTA<br />A GuidedVisit of Groupe des technologies de l’apprentissage (GTA)<br />Our Approach<br />Ingredients of Our Success<br />Our Portfolio<br />
  3. 3. Université de MonctonDistributed Campus <br />
  4. 4. Université de MonctonConnected by Videoconference<br />Videoconferencing<br />20 rooms<br />IP Bridge hosted by UdeM<br />Over 20 program and professional development activities<br />Videoconferencing available to community<br />
  5. 5. Université de MonctonMoved to IT in 1999<br />Present<br />2002<br />1999<br />Learning Technologies Group (GTA)<br />Project IDITAE<br />6M$<br />Project Funded Initiative<br />Infrastructure and Technology<br />eLearning Team<br />Over 30 Active Projects<br />15 Experts<br />Instructional Designer<br />Graphic Designer<br />Project Coordinator<br />Webmasters<br />Programmer<br />Photographer<br />2D /3D Animator<br />Audio/Video Expert<br />
  6. 6. Université de MonctonDigitial Campus<br />Collaboration<br />Self-Service<br />StudentRecords<br />Communication<br />VideoconferencingWebcasting<br />Digital Signage<br />OnlineLearning Portal<br />Desire2Learn/Adobe Connectt<br />Banner<br />Web <br />Online Survey Tools<br />InfoSilem<br />Instant Messaging<br />Learning Object <br />Repository<br />Email<br />Multimedia<br />Faculty<br />Staff<br />Online Library Ressources<br />Community<br />Calendar<br />Alumni<br />ResearchNetwork<br />Students<br />Integration<br />TechnologyLabs<br />Touchnet<br />Smart Classrooms<br />VideoSurveillance<br />Access Control<br />Campus Network/wireless<br />DataCard<br />
  7. 7. Université de MonctonConnected Campus<br />Rimouski<br />Campbellton<br />To St. John’s<br />Edmundston<br />Bathurst<br />Quebec City<br />Miramichi<br />Charlottetown<br />Sydney<br />Moncton<br />Fredericton<br />Sackville<br />Montreal<br />Truro<br />Antigonish<br />Saint John<br />Halifax<br />CA*net 4 Primary Route<br />CA*net 4 Node<br />CA*net 4 Diversity via RISQ<br />CA*net 4 Route Diversity<br />CA*net 4 Route Diversity<br />NRC e-commerce network<br />Breakout points for ORAN<br />NB ORAN<br />NS ORAN<br />
  8. 8. Université de Moncton<br />A Guided Visit of the GTA<br />
  9. 9. Groupe des technologies de l’apprentissage (GTA)<br />* an approach grounded in the team’s expertise *<br />ADDIE<br />Three Main Roles<br />Instructional Designers<br />Media Designers<br />Project Managers<br />
  10. 10. The GTA Ingredients of Our Success<br />WellDefined Business Model<br />New Projects and Partners<br />Emerging Standards<br />Web 2.0 and eLearning 2.0<br />Foster Existing Partners<br />The Right Team of Professionnals<br />
  11. 11. The GTA Emerging Technologies<br />Instant Polling Devices (Clickers)<br />Web 2.0<br />Mobile Learning<br />ePortfolio<br />Blogs<br />Wiki<br />Hybrid Courses<br />Learning Object Repositories<br />
  12. 12. The GTA Research & Development<br />Technology Cluster<br />5 M$ - 5 Years<br />eLearning Productivity Enhancement Framework<br />Learning and Instructional <br />Design Accelerators<br />AutomatedMetadata Extraction<br />WeakWorkflow<br />Digital Rights Management<br />
  13. 13. The GTA Our Roots : Education(Grade10 – Grade12)<br />115 hours of Interactive Content<br />Award-winningpartneship<br />21+ ElectiveCourses <br />Journalism<br />Spanish<br />Carpentry<br />Advanced Physics<br />Music<br />Entrepreneurship<br />And many more…<br />
  14. 14. The GTA Our Roots : Education (K – Grade3)<br />ÉditionsBoutond’ord’Acadie<br />Local Writers and Artists<br />Different Learning Styles<br />3 to 7 years<br />Multimedia Learning Resources<br />Children’s Books Adaptations<br />
  15. 15. The GTA Our Roots : ContinuingEducation<br />Critical Care Program<br />
  16. 16. MBA Program<br />The GTA Our Roots : ContinuingEducation<br />
  17. 17. The GTA in the CommunityUniversité de Moncton’sCommunity<br />Web Site Redesign<br />
  18. 18. The GTA in the CommunityUniversité de Moncton’s Art Gallery<br />ARTothèque<br />
  19. 19. The GTA in the CommunityHealth – Our Adolescents<br />Website for adolescents<br />Physical Activity<br />Violence<br />Need Help?<br />Sexuality<br />Young Adults<br />Express yourself<br />Tattooing and piercing<br />Mental Health<br />
  20. 20. The GTA in the CommunityProtecting the Past<br />Acadievivante<br />
  21. 21. The GTA in the CommunityTelling a Story – The Deportation<br />Acadie 1755<br />
  22. 22. The GTA in the CommunityA New Key Partnership<br />Pilot project (09/2007): Establishment of e-cinema in Acadia.<br />In the foreground of digital cinematographic works distribution. <br />In collaboration with the NFB, the University of Moncton takes part in the foreground of digital cinematographic works distribution in Canada.<br />L'e-cinema opens the way to an extraordinary potential of film distribution in Canada, offering a greater diversity of quality works in digital format, with lower costs.<br />This innovative pilot project will be used as model to evaluate the future development by the NFB of a Canadian network of community e-cinema. <br />
  23. 23. Université de Moncton<br />Thankyou!<br /><br /><br />