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    1. 1. IT SHORTSSCHOOL OF THE ARTSPROFESSOR ALEJANDRO ARMELLINI11 JUNE 2013
    2. 2. E-LEARNING TIMELINEMultimediaresources80sTheInternetandtheWeb93LearningManagementSystems95OpenEducationalResources01Mobiledevices98Gamingtechnologies00Socialandparticipatorymedia04Virtualworlds05E-booksandsmartdevicesMassiveOpenOnlineCourses07 08LearningDesign99http://halfanhour.blogspot.be/2012/02/e-learning-generations.htmlLearningobjects94 09Learninganalytics
    3. 3. PRINCIPLES• Low cost, high value• Sustainable: design once, deliver manytimes• Forward-looking:alignment, assessment forlearning, rapid feedback• Aligned with social enterprise andentrepreneurship3
    4. 4. ONLINE PRESENCEPresence on NILE is not an add-on to thecourse. It is the course.4(Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 2001)
    5. 5. TO BE CLEAR…The resource is not the course.PDFs and PPTs won’t teach themselves.5
    6. 6. NILE DESIGN TARGETSLevel Focus Key featuresFoundation Delivery  Absolute minimum expected Course information, handbook and guides Learning materialsIntermediateEssential in allblended coursesParticipation In addition to ‘Delivery’: Online participation designed into the course. Tasks provide meaningful formative scaffold. Online participation encouraged and moderated, but not essential toachieve learning outcomes.AdvancedEssential in all onlinecoursesCollaboration In addition to ‘Delivery’: Regular learner input designed into course & essential throughout. Online tasks provide meaningful scaffold to formative andsummative assessment. Collaborative knowledge construction central to a productivelearning environment.6
    7. 7. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES(OERS)Teaching, learning and research materials inany medium, digital or otherwise, that reside inthe public domain or have been released underan open license that permits no-costaccess, use, adaptation and redistribution byothers with no or limited restrictions(UNESCO, 2012)7
    8. 8. LICENCE8
    9. 9. OER REPOSITORIES (1)9JORUMOER CommonsMIT OpenCourseWareOpenLearn (Open University)iTunesU
    10. 10. OER REPOSITORIES (2)10
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    15. 15. DesignDeliveryAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    16. 16. DesignPlannedEnhancementDeliveryAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    17. 17. DesignPlannedEnhancementDeliveryJust-in-timeEnhancementAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    18. 18. DesignPlannedEnhancementDeliveryJust-in-timeEnhancementReflectiveEnhancementAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    19. 19. DesignPlannedEnhancementStrategicEnhancementDeliveryJust-in-timeEnhancementReflectiveEnhancementAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    20. 20. CONTRIBUTING OUR OWNOERSAll truth passes through three stages.First, it is ridiculed.Second, it is violently opposed.Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.Arthur Schopenhauer (1788–1860)Image source: Wikipedia20
    21. 21. FROM VLES AND OERTO MOOCSMassive Open Online Coursesand free21
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    26. 26. AT NORTHAMPTON:MOOC OR SOOC?Small Open Online Coursesand beautiful26
    27. 27. MOOCS: HE’S DIGITAL MOMENT?27Source: Universities UK, 16May 2013
    28. 28. STRATEGIC COMMITMENT TOSCALING UP:• Online and blended provision• CPD and accreditation• Openness28
    29. 29. CONCLUSIONS29
    30. 30. 21ST CENTURY LEARNING• Knowledge and learning as open, mobile, connected andscalable• New forms of communication and collaboration forknowledge construction• Harnessing the global network• Flexibility as the norm
    31. 31. SHIFT TO…Appropriate ‘blends’OpennessFlexibilityMobilityFocus: what the students do with the contentand for what purpose, rather than the contentitself31
    32. 32. OERS…• Content is not king• We can’t afford to ignore OERs:• As users - OERs to enhance your courses• As contributors: don’t agonise over the familysilver• What will put Northampton on the OERmap?32
    33. 33. MOOCS…Register on oneConsider contributing to oneReview MOOC research33
    34. 34. 34Professor Alejandro ArmelliniInstitute of Learning and Teaching in Higher EducationUniversity of NorthamptonAle.Armellini@northampton.ac.uk11 June 2013http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/

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