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LE MOOC presentation 2016

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Our team presentation at the staff development conference 2016 UniMelb.

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LE MOOC presentation 2016

  1. 1. Faster. Smarter. Stronger. PROFESSIONAL STAFF CONFERENCE 2016 One Million MOOCers - How did one small team do that? One large scale project: Four key discoveries Grace McCorkell, Jamie Morris, Peter Mellow, Susan Batur, Deb Jones - Learning Environments
  2. 2. Introduction 1- People - Grace McCorkell 2- Process - Susan Batur 3 - Production - Jamie Morris 4 - Potential - Peter Mellow Conclusion Have you tried the MOOC? What’s on the Menu for today?
  3. 3. 9,500,000+ Video lectures watched Over 100,000 members in the course Facebook groups Learners from over 190+ countries Average course rating of 4.63 out of 5 36% of learners are from emerging economies 2,000,000+ Assessments submitted One Million Learners enrolled in Three years! Melbourne MOOCs - By the numbers
  4. 4. 2013 Once upon a time, there was a baby MOOC… 74,000 learners in one course 353,000 learners over the first seven courses
  5. 5. Once upon a time, there was a baby MOOC… 58,000 learnings in one class 292,000 learners over 10 courses 4 new courses offered 2013 2014 74,000 learners in one course 353,000 learners over the first seven courses
  6. 6. Once upon a time, there was a baby MOOC… 11 new courses58,000 learnings in one class 292,000 learners over 10 courses 4 new courses offered 2013 2014 2015 74,000 learners in one course 353,000 learners over the first seven courses
  7. 7. 11 new courses 1 million Learners Milestone 58,000 learnings in one class 292,000 learners over 10 courses 4 new courses offered 2013 2014 2015 2016 74,000 learners in one course 353,000 learners over the first seven courses
  8. 8. Agility, being nimble “The goal is an organisation that is constantly making its future rather than defending its past.” Hamel & Valikangas, Harvard Business Review, 2003
  9. 9. 1- People Images © The University of Melbourne
  10. 10. “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” -- Helen Keller Getting started Image source: http://bit.ly/2cGk4U8
  11. 11. Melbourne MOOCs: Who’s who? Images sourced from: http://bit.ly/2cSmmQe; http://bit.ly/2cUIRqn; http://bit.ly/2cIfLXU. All others © The University of Melbourne.
  12. 12. What helps us work well together? Trust Good communication Encouraging creativity
  13. 13. Develops (in time) by: •Keeping promises •Being responsive •Providing evidence and examples •Helping with the small things Trust Image source: http://bit.ly/2bNOIcI
  14. 14. “We also need to consider the situation of the actors and the way that they want to receive and interpret information.” -- Dr Rod Dilnutt, Moving to the Cloud MOOC • Acknowledgements and thank you’s go a long way Image source: http://bit.ly/2c4AMf0 Good (tailored) communication
  15. 15. Create a supportive environment that encourages creativity Creativity Image © The University of Melbourne.
  16. 16. Reflect on your own team: What makes your team work well together? What can you do to help your team be Faster.Smarter.Stronger? How can you strengthen your working relationships? Aerate - The Greek ideal of excellence Image cc Australian Olympic Team
  17. 17. 3 - Process Process
  18. 18. Process - Tools - Lessons
  19. 19. Process Image credit: Shutterstock.com
  20. 20. Analyse Application process What is available Global appeal Pedagogy Scale Image credit: Shutterstock.com
  21. 21. Design Macro Level •Learning objectives •Assessments – formative •Research Micro Level •Assessments – summative •Learning resources •Support Image credit: Shutterstock.com
  22. 22. Development Build – Coursera platform
 Film – videos
 Elements 
 Test & QA - criteria Image credit: Shutterstock.com
  23. 23. Implement Monitor
 Respond
 Learn Image credit: Shutterstock.com
  24. 24. Evaluation Post implementation interviews
 Student feedback
 Revisit process and refine
 Revisions Image credit: Shutterstock.com
  25. 25. Productivity Tools Smartsheets
 ActiveCollab
 Leankit
 Google Docs
 DropBox
 Trello
 Image credit: Shutterstock.com
  26. 26. Lessons •Easy to use •Keep instructions simple •Seek and Give feedback •Accept change •Give team members options - tools •If possible – choose integrated systems – eg, OneDrive •Act quickly •No - ‘One size fits all’ - Multiple tools/sytems to support different needs/stakeholders
  27. 27. 1. Video production overview 2.“Down to Business” 3.“Sexing it Up” 4.“Discovering The Three Kingdoms” 5.“Going Solo” 6. Conclusion - Are your production practices enabling ? 3- Production
  28. 28. Walk a mile in their brain
  29. 29. • 5 Course specialisation • Production period March-July 2015 • Developed in collaboration with BNY Mellon • 95 studio lectures; 5 location promos • Total minutes of video produced : 14hrs • Studio sessions: 17 sessions, 39hrs • Location: 3 sessions 12hrs x 2 crew 24hrs • Postproduction: 120hrs Essentials of Corporate Finance Specialisation “Down to Business” - The challenge
  30. 30. Documented production workflows
  31. 31. Production should be able to scale smoothly, quickly and strongly “Down to Business” - Conclusion
  32. 32. •Filming at MoMa, Huntington and NGV •6 different guest presenters •33 works of art •Multiple copyright jurisdictions Sexing the Canvas Art History MOOC Sexing it Up - The Challenge
  33. 33. Jakayu Biljabu Yikartu Bumba May Chapman Nyanjilpayi Nancy Chapman Doreen Chapman Linda James Donna Loxton Mulyatingki Marney Reena Rogers Beatrice Simpson Ronelle Simpson Muntararr Rosie Williams Ngayarta Kujarra 2009
  34. 34. Production practices should support passion, not stifle it! “Sexing it Up” - Conclusion
  35. 35. • 10 Courses • Developed in collaboration with the Chinese University of Hong Kong • Over 100 narrative animations • 5 Courses conducted entirely in Mandarin Discrete Optimisation Specialisation “Discovering The Three Kingdoms” - The Challenge
  36. 36. Production practices should be explainable to someone outside your bubble “Discovering The Three Kingdoms” - Conclusion
  37. 37. • 6 ways music can change your life • 6 interviews with international experts • 6 ‘mini documentaries’ including … 
 a school
 a hospital
 an indigenous gathering place … • But how to get to Norway? Music Therapy MOOC “Going Solo” - The Challenge
  38. 38. Sometimes the best way to achieve something is by empowering and supporting someone else “Going Solo” - Conclusion
  39. 39. Final thoughts In our evolving production process, every previous experience builds toward a stronger and more enabling process: MOOC 1.0 - How can we adapt these lectures for online delivery? 
 MOOC 2.0 - What kind of approach would best meet these learning objectives? Are your production processes evolving and enabling?
  40. 40. Teaching staff have been quick to see the potential and affordances that MOOCs can have on the modern learning environment The ability ‘think different’ and be open to new ideas Transparency and openness develops trust and nurtures innovation Often unforeseen benefits and advantages can appear when we embrace change “The only constant in education is change” paraphrased from Heraclitus Education Teaching Learning 4 - Potential - Institution
  41. 41. Personal 4 - Potential - Students/Learners
  42. 42. Personal Development Change your life Extend yourself Challenge yourself Let MOOCs be your disruptor 4 - Potential - Personal
  43. 43. Will Lion
  44. 44. Professional Development Certification Upskill New opportunities Grow Evolve Work 4 - Potential - Professional
  45. 45. "If we continue to teach our students today, as we taught them yesterday, we rob them of tomorrow.” John Dewey 4 - Potential
  46. 46. Te Wero - The Challenge Your Challenge… Which one of our four discoveries are you going to pick up on and try in your work situation/life? 1- People - What can you do to help your team be Faster.Smarter.Stronger? 2 - Are your processes evolving? 3 - Are your production practices enabling? 4 - Are you realising your personal and professional potential? We managed to do this, what can you do?
  47. 47. Put yourself in the picture Ready… Set… Go!
  48. 48. ` One Million Learners in Three years! Melbourne MOOCs
  49. 49. References Slide 2 - Staff photos from LE Slide 3 - Melbourne MOOC instructor photos Slide 4,5,6 & 7 - Melbourne MOOC Course logos Slide 9 - Gary Hamel by Svoboda v práci on Flickr / Liisa Vatikangas - used with permission. Slide 12 - Heraclitus image By Johannes Moreelse (after 1602–1634) - Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=14929547 - Lecture by nikolayhg on https://pixabay.com/en/university-lecture-campus-education-105709/ - Mac lecture theatre - http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-get-through- college-on-a-mac--mac-48778 Slide 13 - Student quotes used with permission Slide 14 & 16 - All eight photos - Learning Environments UniMelb image bank Library http://imagelibrary.le.unimelb.edu.au/digital/index.jsp Slide 15 - Slide 17 - John Dewey - By Underwood & Underwood - This image is available from the United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division under the digital ID cph.3a51565. https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=43191685 Slide 13 - Te Wero by Kathrin Marks - used with permission - https://www.flickr.com/photos/kathrin_marks/316365710/in/photolist-tXsvd-bk9HQk-4T2u2T-wf94Ku- pDSA9-8N57Wr-6FhEXq-4p4mPF-cSEZFE-idCig8-dARcmM-bk9z8B-bkbnN2-bk9w7P-bkbqq4-bkbHYn-bkbxNZ-bkbuVH-bkbDYc-bkbhr6-S2Epn Slide 18 - Sprinter Collage created by Peter Mellow from Olympic images licensed to Peter Mellow - Used with Permission.
  50. 50. Delete all slides after this slide - including this slide The End

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