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Lecture broadcast as the key to successful blended learning Prof. Dr. Stefan Bieletzke Bielefeld-Cologne-Berlin/Germany
Presence learning is furthermore important. Presence Learning, r or v E-Learning Advantages + participants socialize,  for...
Aspects of space and time in E-Learning time-independent  time-dependent  space-independent <ul><li>Work in ComputerBasedT...
<ul><li>Blended  </li></ul><ul><li>Learning </li></ul><ul><li>=  </li></ul><ul><li>A good mixture of presence and e-learni...
Scenario: Virtual Room LIT HighTech – bought - HR - point2point = group 2 group-connection –  Special room for teacher/spe...
Scenario: Virtual Room D LowTech – rented - LR - multipoint = person 2 person 2 group –  No special room for teacher neith...
Experience with TraiNex/AdobeConnect: 3,500 teaching-hours per year,  70,000 learner-hours per year  1/3 of the workload o...
Chat, for  written  questions  VIDEO-area, eye-catcher, but not important Slides (Powerpoint), shown by the teacher Altern...
First 5 minutes: free chat and warm-up „where are you?“
Teacher shows agenda or shows an actual example and  speaks about it. Aim: Motivation
Teachers shows slides and explains them auditively
Student shows slides and explains them auditively
Writing on a board and calculating together  BTW: Teacher sits in a hotel near the beach  
Exam: a student and one teacher are in one real room  and a second teacher is in a different place (BTW: 6 hours less trav...
After  30 minutes it‘s time for questions  Exam: a student and one teacher are in one real room  and a second teacher is i...
Exam: a student is in one real room (Hong-Kong)  and two teachers are in a different place in Germany BTW: dangerous scena...
Virtual Room 100 students need 100 PCs and 100 cable / Multipoint connections /  e.g. Adobe Connect (100 students need 2 P...
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Lecture broadcast as the key to successful blended learning - an example of a german university of applied science, using the CampusManagementSystem TraiNex together with AdobeConnect

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  1. 1. Lecture broadcast as the key to successful blended learning Prof. Dr. Stefan Bieletzke Bielefeld-Cologne-Berlin/Germany
  2. 2. Presence learning is furthermore important. Presence Learning, r or v E-Learning Advantages + participants socialize, form a group + lecturer and participants meet in person + holistic communication + participants study where and the way it suits them best + participants determine their own pace of studying + subject matter is well prepared Disadvantages <ul><li>all people have to be in the same (real) place at the same time </li></ul><ul><li>participants have to study at the same pace (no fast forward) </li></ul><ul><li>participants have to study the same subject matter </li></ul><ul><li>no/little socializing and connection to other participants </li></ul><ul><li>misinterpretations of contents remain unnoticed </li></ul><ul><li>high level of self-learning competence is required </li></ul>
  3. 3. Aspects of space and time in E-Learning time-independent time-dependent space-independent <ul><li>Work in ComputerBasedTraining </li></ul><ul><li>work in WebBasedTraining </li></ul><ul><li>LR-Video-on-demand </li></ul><ul><li>read/write forum/mail </li></ul><ul><li>take MC-tests </li></ul><ul><li>take part in chats </li></ul><ul><li>Webinar/LR-Web-Conference </li></ul>space-dependent or dependent of hardware <ul><li>HR-Video-on-demand </li></ul><ul><li>HR-Video-broadcast </li></ul><ul><li>HR-Web-conferencing </li></ul><ul><li>App sharing </li></ul><ul><li>… </li></ul>
  4. 4. <ul><li>Blended </li></ul><ul><li>Learning </li></ul><ul><li>= </li></ul><ul><li>A good mixture of presence and e-learning </li></ul><ul><li>which tries to combine the best of both worlds. </li></ul><ul><li>(Presence could be in virtual room) </li></ul>V-Room (dependent) (independent) Real presence with mWBT
  5. 5. Scenario: Virtual Room LIT HighTech – bought - HR - point2point = group 2 group-connection – Special room for teacher/special room for learner - centralised
  6. 6. Scenario: Virtual Room D LowTech – rented - LR - multipoint = person 2 person 2 group – No special room for teacher neither for learner - decentralised
  7. 7. Experience with TraiNex/AdobeConnect: 3,500 teaching-hours per year, 70,000 learner-hours per year 1/3 of the workload of part-time-students Typical: One teacher and 20 students join the room via web and their campus-login at 6 pm, 2 hours of presentation, 1 hour of practice and discussion.
  8. 8. Chat, for written questions VIDEO-area, eye-catcher, but not important Slides (Powerpoint), shown by the teacher Alternative: An application or a screen of the teacher or of the student is broadcasted List of real names of the participants Agenda or quick poll
  9. 9. First 5 minutes: free chat and warm-up „where are you?“
  10. 10. Teacher shows agenda or shows an actual example and speaks about it. Aim: Motivation
  11. 11. Teachers shows slides and explains them auditively
  12. 12. Student shows slides and explains them auditively
  13. 13. Writing on a board and calculating together BTW: Teacher sits in a hotel near the beach 
  14. 14. Exam: a student and one teacher are in one real room and a second teacher is in a different place (BTW: 6 hours less traveling-time for me) student presents slides
  15. 15. After 30 minutes it‘s time for questions Exam: a student and one teacher are in one real room and a second teacher is in a different place (BTW: 6 hours less traveling-time for me)
  16. 16. Exam: a student is in one real room (Hong-Kong) and two teachers are in a different place in Germany BTW: dangerous scenario, because you can‘t control the student.
  17. 17. Virtual Room 100 students need 100 PCs and 100 cable / Multipoint connections / e.g. Adobe Connect (100 students need 2 PC plus 1 cable) Point 2 Point connection, e.g. Tandberg Recording of the live-session results (quick and dirty) in web-based-training-material (many to many): decentralised (many to 1) to (1 to many): centralised  (can be „limited“ to a centralised solution?)  (can be extended to decentralised solution?) Recommendation D Lit + - everywhere (learner) + - everywhere (teacher) + + same time
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