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Carpe Diem - Paradigm shift to learning at the University of Liverpool Management School

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Dr Tya (Shaghayegh) Asgari, John Brindle, Will Moindrot,
Professor Gilly Salmon
University of Liverpool Management School
Carpe Diem:
A paradigm shift to learning at the University of
Liverpool Management School

Presented at the University of Liverpool Teaching &Learning Conference July 2018

Published in: Education
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Carpe Diem - Paradigm shift to learning at the University of Liverpool Management School

  1. 1. Dr Tya (Shaghayegh) Asgari, John Brindle, Will Moindrot, Professor Gilly Salmon University of Liverpool Management School Carpe Diem: A paradigm shift to learning at the University of Liverpool Management School
  2. 2. “to be a globally connected Management School, whose transformative research and teaching places us at the forefront of influential knowledge”
  3. 3. ULMS achievements so far ... Introduction of Carpe Diem Design Process Collaborative Team working Change of Approach towards digital technologies Student Engagement
  4. 4. About Carpe Diem Carpe Diem Learning design workshops offer a supported environment for teaching teams to redesign or rethink a module or programme in just one day https://www.gillysalmon.com
  5. 5. Outcomes of a Carpe Diem Workshop Blueprint: Vision and Mission Storyboard Action Plan (& contacts to make it happen)
  6. 6. MBA Programme Carpe Diem May 2018
  7. 7. MBA Programme Carpe Diem May 2018
  8. 8. Emergent Outcomes
  9. 9. “The team works Teaching teams coming together Unified approach between academics, management, professional support staff, students, externals, working together on design Start of new relationships
  10. 10. Case Study Thoroughbred Horse-racing Industries MBA Block taught Entirely face-to-face Professionals as learners
  11. 11. The Brief Blended and online design Introduce innovation “MBA in your pocket”
  12. 12. Carpe Diem Outcome Safe blend trialed with two modules Online elements as enhancement.
  13. 13. Student Engagement ▹ Year 1 - Semester 2 ▹ Year 2 - Semester 2
  14. 14. “"The session more than met my needs – it was an enjoyable day and I got a lot out of it. It really made me think about how we can use online activities to increase the students’ learning outside the classroom, and mapping out the weekly content was especially helpful in clarifying where certain activities would be best placed on the module" EBUS308 Project Management "An effective workshop that leaves you with a sense of accomplishing something really creative and useful. It can add value to the students' learning experience" EBUS616 Executing, Controlling and Closing Projects "It is definitely a useful session that gives me plenty of opportunity to reflect and try new ideas on my practice. Five stars, highly recommended it!" ULMS310 Security Analysis and Valuation
  15. 15. We will work with module leaders and students to evaluate new module/programme design!
  16. 16. See Carpe Diem in action ‘Bringing home the benefits: increasing active learning through Carpe Diem and a blended approach to module design’ 15:00-15:30 Thornton Room
  17. 17. Resources https://www.gillysalmon.com/ https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/intranet/ management-staff/learning-and-teac hing/carpe-diem/
  18. 18. Published Papers •Armellini, A., & Aiyegbayo, O. (2010). Learning design and assessment with e-tivities. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41(6), 922-935. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2009.01013.x •Armellini, A., & Jones, S. (2008). Carpe Diem: Seizing each day to foster change in e-learning design. Reflecting Education, 4(1), 17-29. http://tinyurl.com/58q2lj •Armellini, A., & Nie, M. (2013). Open educational practices for curriculum enhancement. Open Learning, 28(1), 7-20. doi: 10.1080/02680513.2013.796286 •Armellini, A., Salmon, G., & Hawkridge, D. (2009). The Carpe Diem journey: Designing for learning transformation. In T. Mayes, D. Morrison, H. Mellar, P. Bullen, & M. Oliver (Eds.), Transforming higher education through technology-enhanced learning (pp. 135-148). York: The Higher Education Academy. http://bit.ly/1XL7ncN •Gregory, J. & Salmon, G. (2013) Professional development for online university teaching, Distance Education, 34:3, 256-270, doi: 10.1080/01587919.2013.835771 •Lokuge Dona, K.L., Gregory, J., Salmon, G., & Pechenkina, E. (2014). Badges in the Carpe Diem MOOC. Paper presented at the ascilite conference, Dunedin, New Zealand, 23-26 November 2014. •Salmon, G. (2013) E-tivities: the Key to Active Learning Online (2nd Edition). Routledge: London & New York •Salmon, G. (2011) E-moderating: the Key to Teaching and Learning Online (3rd Edition) Routledge: London & New York •Salmon, G., Jones, S., & Armellini, A. (2008). Building institutional capability in e-learning design. ALT-J, Research in Learning Technology, 16(2), 95-109. doi: 10.1080/09687760802315978 •Salmon, G., & Wright, P. (2014). Transforming teaching through Carpe Diem learning design. Education Sciences, 4, 52-63. doi: 10.3390/educsci4010052 •Usher, J., MacNeill S. and Creanor L. (2018) Evolutions of Carpe Diem for learning design. Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 46 (1) •Wright, P. (2015) Comparing e-tivities, e-moderating, and the 5 Stage model to the community of inquiry model for online learning design. The Online Journal of Distance

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