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Open Minds and Open Doors: managing elearning supports at UCD Library


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Presentation given by James Molloy and Peter Hickey, Librarians at University College Dublin, at the 2015 HEAnet National Conference, Douglas, Co Cork, Ireland held November 11-13th, 2015.

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Open Minds and Open Doors: managing elearning supports at UCD Library

  1. 1. Open Minds & Open Doors James Molloy Peter Hickey HEAnet National Conference 2015 Managing eLearning Supports at UCD Library
  2. 2. 2006 2008 2012 2011 2013 2015
  3. 3. Training JISC “elearning essentials” UCD Media Services eLearning Concepts Learning Theory Instructional Design Authoring Software
  4. 4. Student Autonomy Active Discovery Engaging & Innovative Theory & Practice Based Customised & Tailored Evaluation & Assessment Positive Self- Assessment Scaffolded Learning Challenging for Different Levels Promotion & Feedback Accessible Sustainable International Scope & Appeal Reused or Found Reflective Sociable Guidance & Support Content & Experience Communication & Collaboration Reflection & Demonstration JISC/OULDI Pedagogical Card Sort Exercise “Decision Diamond” Framework
  5. 5. Accessible Branding Future Proof Share
  6. 6. Avoid Duplication… Avoid Duplication… Avoid Duplication… Avoid Duplication…
  7. 7. EvaluatePromote
  8. 8. “This is such an important topic for all our written material. It is very straightforward and easy to understand. Thank you” “Very easy to use and helped greatly” “Nice design and very quick to do. Gave me some ideas!” “It was very easy to use and helpful. I am at the stage where I need to develop a research topic and in this way this is very relevant to my study” “Awesome! Super easy. I will use for my law school papers.” 11,107 General Library Video Views 7,422 Library Interactive Tutorial Views 15,827 eSupports Guide Pages Viewed
  9. 9. Instructional Videos Interactive Tutorials Captivate Published to YouTube YouTube Analytics Closed Captions Articulate Storyline Published to CMS Google Analytics Feedback - Google Forms
  10. 10. ELearning Working Group E Learning Steering Group E Learning Lead Libguides Operational Group
  11. 11. Library Senior Management CONUL Head of Client Services UCD Teaching and Learning
  12. 12. Supporting Academic Programmes Conversation with Programme Co-ordinator Identify Need Target Core Modules Teaching Support Menu Online Self-Directed Librarian Facilitated Academic Tutor Led
  13. 13. Audit Definition Library educational material via digital/online sources eLearning authoring software, including video. external content, e.g. Creative Commons Promotional videos and interviews Content that promotes awareness of our services and and resources
  14. 14. Annual Planning Cycle Idea Generation Review & Selection Promotion Feedback & Review Workplan
  15. 15. Expert Leads eLearning Orientation Endnote Problem Based LearningAcademic Integrity Accreditation Game Based Learning Systematic Reviews Teaching Spaces Social Media Measurement & Assessment Evidence Based Veterinary MedicineTeaching Support Menu Emerging Technologies
  16. 16. International Campus Balance between quality and quantity Aligning with University needs Who is using our resources?
  17. 17. Impact... The National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning Jorum (OER Repository) 1424 total views 759 total downloads 7 OERs IFLA, CONUL, LIR, A&SL, EdTech, HEAnet, ANLTC, LILAC, UCD EdTECx
  18. 18. Future? Digital Badges National Collaboration ANLTC
  19. 19. “Your group is certainly doing some great things in the eLearning arena” Ashely Sutherland, Liaison Librarian, University of Melbourne Library
  20. 20. / @hickey_peter / @jpjmolloy Thank You! Photo Credits Melanie Simpson (UCD Library Outreach) Robert Molloy Vincent Hoban (UCD Media Services) all other photos are original by the authors