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Published: Wed, 13 Dec 2017 01:11:00 +0000

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Jenny Crow is now a member of ELESIG

Mon, 04 Dec 2017 13:26:15 +0000

Jenny Crow is now a member of ELESIG



Vicki Dale posted a blog post

Thu, 30 Nov 2017 15:05:15 +0000

Vicki Dale posted a blog post6th ELESIG Scotland meeting: ‘Tools, technologies and teachers’, Glasgow Caledonian University, 13 November 2017A big thank you to Sheila MacNeill and Professor Linda Creanor for hosting the meeting at GCU, to our keynote speaker Margaret Adamson from St Andrews University, and all our speakers and delegates.Tweets including links to relevant resources are available in the Storify. Digital developments at Glasgow Caledonian University – slides Prof. Linda Creanor, Professor of Digital Learning, GCULinda explained the structure of GCU, its international campuses and mission ‘university for the common good’ driving change. GCU’s Strategy 2020 and digital strategy 2016-20 at the centre of other policies and plans emphasise enhancement of the student experience. One of GCU’s biggest priorities is digital assessment, and they are aiming for 100% electronic submission this year. Staff are being given kit to facilitate online marking and assessment, and three learning technologists are being appointed for one year to support digital assessment specifically. Other developments include enhancing staff digital capabilities through bite-sized daily activities over the course of a week, and linking their VLE to the student records system. Sheila MacNeill heighted GCU resources on assessment and feedback which are available on a Padlet wall. Keynote: The Ten Ts – slides Margaret Adamson, Head of Learning Technology and IT Skills Development, University of St. AndrewsMargaret gave a tantalising talk on the ten T’s: 1. Technology (as a driver or enabler); 2. Time (effective TEL use requires this, but we often don’t have enough of it); 3. Trust (in the infrastructure); 4. Team (working across the institution, including with students, is essential); 5. Transparency (of policy and governance, and explaining why staff and students are being asked to use TEL); 6. Testing (putting technology through its paces before going live); 7. Tension (between tools, techniques and teachers); 8. Transience (of technologies; we need to manage change as well as our digital footprint); 9. Transformation (of teaching, learning and technology); and 10. Togetherness (sharing of practice across and between institutions, allowing us to develop ‘flair’). Good2CU: Nurturing belonging, identity and studentship amongst new students – slides Dr Vic Boyd, School for Work Based Education, Glasgow Caledonian UniversityVic presented on a mini-MOOC to support student transitions through ‘the annual monster of induction and to foster a sense of belonging. Despite positive feedback, uptake of the resource during induction was low, but GCU will continue access to it throughout the session. Better roadmaps for eLearning – slides Hamish Loveday and Emma Duke-Williams, Centre for Technology & Innovation in Learning, University of DundeeHamish and Emma emphasised the challenges associated with managing TEL institutionally, and the need for an agile, responsive roadmap based on the ‘Build’, ‘Measure’, and ‘Learn’ cycle (including time for testing systems before implementation). Case study pilots included Panopto lecture capture on teachers’ own kit, and Campus Press as a plugin for WordPress to support collaborative project work. Student-centred assessment techniques – slides Dr Mary McVey and Dr Avril Edmond, School of Life Sciences, University of GlasgowMary and Avril explained that peer evaluation was allowing them to actively support a class size of 700, through using PeerWise, Aropa, and a bespoke tool for peer evaluation of groupwork. Students generated almost 2500 MCQs in one semester, and Aropa was used formatively and summatively. MOOC design mapping @ Glasgow – slides John Kerr, College of Social Sciences, University of GlasgowCiting Goodyear (2015), John highlighted the importance of learning design to effective MOOCs. He demonstrated a course design map created using RealtimeBoard, in which FutureLearn steps are mapped to ABC learning desig[...]



Ashwini Datt and Vic Boyd are now friends

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 22:51:22 +0000

Ashwini Datt and Vic Boyd are now friends



Vic Boyd and Amy Sampson are now friends

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 12:04:41 +0000

Vic Boyd and Amy Sampson are now friends



Amy Sampson is now a member of ELESIG

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 11:44:49 +0000

Amy Sampson is now a member of ELESIG



Barbara is now a member of ELESIG

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 21:36:23 +0000

Barbara is now a member of ELESIG



Vic Boyd is now a member of ELESIG

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 16:41:41 +0000

Vic Boyd is now a member of ELESIG



Jill Robbie is now a member of ELESIG

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 14:38:35 +0000

Jill Robbie is now a member of ELESIG



Ed Wood is now a member of ELESIG

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 14:57:15 +0000

Ed Wood is now a member of ELESIG