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udutu | Create simulations online with ease.Teaching, Learning and TechnologyThere was another breakout session at the e-fair that might be of interest. Making intelligent use of data. RSC East Midlands has a microsite dedicated to data dashboards, where you can find lots of useful information on this topic. Visit it here. On this Moodle there are event resources from an event earlier this year - "Data dashboards - their uses and alternatives for decision making". There are lots of case studies on the Excellence Gateway website covering data and databases. Here are a few examples: West Nottinghamshire College: 'Data dashboard' drives delivery, decision-making and developmentAn Excellence Gateway case study In order to overcome problems with multiple data systems within individual departments, West Nottinghamshire College took the approach of getting its existing data out into the hands of staff by creating an in-house data dashboard. Read the case study. Doncaster College: Saving minutes to save moneyAn Excellence Gateway case study
New to E-Learning? Here are Some Simple Steps to Help You Get StartedTo a novice even simple things seem complex. And when things appear complex, we can become frustrated or feel like we don’t have the skills to accomplish what it is we want to do. I recall years ago when I was learning video production. This exercise was one of the best learning experiences for me. For new elearning developers, I recommend a similar process. Take a book, for example. The Basics In a very simple sense an elearning course is about creating an environment where a person goes from a point of not knowing to knowing. Common Course Chunks While each course has different content, they all generally have a similar structure. Here are what I see as common “chunks” that make up an elearning course. Obviously theses chunks are generic with the option to reorder or not use all (or any) of them. If you want, you can flesh out the chunks a bit more. Course Chunk Templates If you’re just getting started, create a PowerPoint template with a slide for each area. Tidbits:
85+ Resources: Educator Guide for Integrating Social MediaI hope this post will be a handy reference guide, especially for those teachers new to social media technologies and how to integrate them into the classroom. This resource is by no means exhaustive, but it’s a good starting point for finding the information and people that will help you make the transition into a ’21st century learning environment’. I intend for this to be a wikipost (I will update resources as they are shared with me by others), so feel free to bookmark the page and check in periodically for new material. Enjoy. Articles for Understanding the Importance of Social Media in Education Some Basics Videos Explaining the Social Media ‘Revolution’ Social Media RevolutionDid You Know 4.0 The Machine is Us/ing UsA Vision of Students Today Frameworks Tools Blogs to Follow Wikis Tips for Building your Network & Connecting with Teachers Social Networks for Educators Classroom 2.0 (over 34,000 members!) Organizations & Resources Further Linking On Twitter – tech-savvy educators to connect with
Moodle 2.0 Sandboxandykirk.eLearningJanuary 11 EtherPad - real-time collaboration tool. First there was Etherpad . Then Google bought the software and released it as Open Source. There are now a wide range of sites running EtherPad, so it really is your choice which one to use. Whichever you settle on it provides a great tool for instant collaboration, group activities and brainstorming, with a group of learners or work colleagues. July 10 Yammer Think social networking and the workplace don't mix? June 10 Voices of the Holocaust This digital archive from the Illinois Institute of Technology presents the work of Dr David Boder who interviewed survivors of the Holocaust in refugee and displaced peoples camps across Europe over a three month period in 1946. May 10 If you are looking for an interesting way of presenting images in presentations or course resources, one approach is to create a Polaroid effect. If you are looking for something to do the hard work for you though, Poladroid is a great free tool. April 10 February 10
1.9 to 2.0 Course conversionThe Essential Elements of Digital Literacies (#digilit) | SynechismSoon after Grace, my daughter, was born earlier this year I was invited to Australia to keynote the Association of Independent Schools, New South Wales ICT Managers’ Conference . At the time, Grace was having some problems with lactose intolerance and so I couldn’t commit to being the other side of the world. The organisers still wanted me to present and so I produced the above ‘TELL Talk’ on along with giving a 50-minute workshop on the same subject. It felt a bit strange getting dressed to present at 2am in the morning to co-ordinate with their schedule but the technology worked well and the session seemed to be well-received. watch the Zipcast of my presentation here Two presentations (#TELIC1 & #iDragon) [VIDEO] Zen and the Art of Digital Literacies (#EdTech12) How to Develop Digital Literacies in Yourself and Others [PRESENTATION] Getting started with Digital Literacies [Presentation] Digital literacies and why they’re important… for everyone!
SoundNoteMemonic Class workThe Challenge Preparing and distributing lesson plans day after day, year after year, can become exhausting and costly. Your time is too precious to spend on bookmarking tons of sites, copying & pasting into Word docs, and xeroxing stacks of papers. Plus, how do you keep track of your students' input? The Solution While researching, simply click and save to your online archive. There is no simpler way to develop class assignments Memonic offers you a powerful and efficient solution to capture and work with any type of digital content in an educational setting.
Moodle 2.0 Plugin and Module ReviewsThere are already quite a few plugins available in the Moodle community plugins database, so I have started to install and review the plugins. The review will be an overall usability review and not at all focused on the technical side. This is the list of plugins which I have reviewed so far: Activity Modules Remote Learner Adobe Connect Pro ModuleThis module enables the teacher to create and manage sessions for the Adobe Connect Pro Virtual Classroom system from within Moodle 2.0. CertificateThis module enables the student to download a a course certificate when they have completed the requirements. ChecklistThis module enables the teacher/trainer to monitor and track the students progress as they tick off the different items on a course specific todo list. Committee ManagerThis module a nice intuitive interface for managing the workings of a committee members, events, files and meetings agendas. BigBlueButton. Blocks Configurable Reports Course Format Integration Other Local Resource Type
From Classroom to Online, Think “Transform” not “Transfer” by Jane Bozarth“Find out which aspects of the classroom program are most successful ... and which aspects fail. Talk with learners and the classroom instructors, and review any evaluation or follow-up data they are able to provide.” Converting an existing classroom course to an online format can be a tricky, time-consuming undertaking. The easy way out — simply moving the content and lecture portions to an electronic means of delivery — is what leads to e“Learning” at its worst: slide after slide of bulleted information and loss of engaging activities and the contributions of individual instructors. What’s a better way to go? Cut-n-chunk This is a good time to reexamine purpose, intent, and objectives. What’s working? Find out which aspects of the classroom program are most successful — and which aspects fail. Inventory your assets In examining the existing classroom program don’t overlook the assets associated with it. Example: Equal employment opportunity training program (Text adapted from Bozarth, J.