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JISC Design for LearningeLIDA CAMELDr Jill JamesonDirector of Research in Education and Training University of Greenwich

overview
Overview
  • JISC DfL £60,000
  • 18 months
  • CAMEL + eLISA
  • May 06 - Oct 07
  • 10 partners
  • pedagogic focus
  • Theme 3 DfL:

Implementation

  • Practitioner test-bed
  • Case studies & CoP
partners
Partners
  • University of Greenwich
  • JISCinfoNet
  • The Association for Learning Technology (ALT)
  • Staffordshire University
  • Greenwich Community College
  • Barnet College
  • Dartford Grammar School
  • Leeds College of Technology
  • Loughborough College
  • Greenwich Council
  • Aimhigher/ ASPIRE
the context eli d a camel
The context: eLIDA CAMEL

Aims

  • Draw together findings: CAMEL & eLISA into new design for learning project
  • Collaboration based on 4 visits in CAMEL
  • Trial LD sequences-practitioner focus
  • Collect DfL case studies individual, collective
  • Build & model community of effective practice
elisa jisc del 2005 06 elearning independent study award
eLISA JISC DeL 2005-06 eLearning Independent Study Award

Build on results

  • Collaborative work - University of Greenwich, Oxford University, Greenwich Council, schools and college 14-19+ learners and practitioners - study skills LAMS & Moodle: 250+ learners c.20 teachers
  • Beneficial work achieved – motivation, learning
  • Link with Aimhigher/EiC CLC + WP projects
  • Trialled learning design sequences with practitioners
  • Built a community of pedagogic practice
  • Trialled PLE (personalised learning environment)
camel 2005 06 collaborative approaches to the management of e learning
CAMEL 2005-06Collaborative Approaches to the Management of e-Learning

Build on results

  • Collaborative work – JISC infoNet, ALT, HEA, JISC, Universities of Greenwich and Staffordshire, Leeds College of Technology, Loughborough College.
  • Four study visits to institutions to share practice
  • Beneficial work achieved – collaboration, community of practice in effective management of e-learning
  • Link with HEFCE leadership, governance funding
  • Built a community of e-learning management practice
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Findings

Findings

Findings

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CAMEL & eLISA encouraging initial findings:* benefits of collaborative CoP for practitioners in design for learningsustainable low-cost DfL case studies based on:* trust between partners* commitment and interest* distributed leadership* collaborative ethos* sharing re-usable resources

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Some challenges* timescale and workloads* teachers don’t always want to share or re-create existing sequences* collaborative ethos may not fit in with institutional norms, trust building slowish

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Nevertheless: * considerable opportunity for DfL * exciting potential new understandings re. pedagogy * high levels of engagement by practitioners.

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