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Dallas TeleLearning Presents The VALOR Project: Video Learning Resources TxDLA 2007 March 28, 2007 Presented by: Bob Crook Rachelle Howell C elebrating excellence in distance education since 1972 Dallas TeleLearning Who We Are Video-based courseware Producer/Developer since 1972

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Dallas TeleLearning PresentsThe VALOR Project: Video Learning Resources

TxDLA 2007

March 28, 2007

Presented by:

Bob Crook

Rachelle Howell

Celebrating excellence in distance education since 1972


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Dallas TeleLearningWho We Are

  • Video-based courseware Producer/Developer since 1972

  • Have produced more than 40 telecourses used nationwide in areas of:

    Accounting, Business, Earth Science, Economics, English, Government, Health, History, Humanities, Literature, Nutrition, & Sociology

  • More than 1,500 colleges and universities nationally have used our courses

  • More than 2,000,000 students nationally have enrolled in our courses


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Dallas TeleLearningInstructional Design/Course Development Process

  • 1-2 Year Process

  • 1.2 Million+ Investment

  • National and Local Faculty Advisory Team

  • Development Team: Content Specialist, Instructional Designer, Producer, Director, etc.

  • Interviews With Over 60 Experts Nationally

  • Yields typically 780 minutes of video per course


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Learning ObjectsWhat are they?

Three Prominent Characterizations

  • "modular digital resources, uniquely identified and metatagged, that can be used to support learning"

    • National Learning Infrastructure Initiative

  • "any digital resource that can be reused to support learning" 

    • David A. Wiley, "Connecting Learning Objects to Instructional Design Theory" 

      • "The main idea of 'learning objects' is to break educational content down into small chunks that can be reused in various learning environments, in the spirit of object-oriented programming"

  • "[A]ny entity, digital or non-digital, that may be used for learning, education or training"

    • IEEE 1484.12.1-2002, 15 July 2002, Draft Standard for Learning Object Metadata, IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee (LTSC)

    • http://ltsc.ieee.org/wg12/files/LOM_1484_12_1_v1_Final_Draft.pdf


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Learning ObjectsWhy use them?

  • Helps faculty/ID create high-quality, media-rich courses that include video, audio, images, exercises, etc. (move beyond text)

  • Reduce time and money needed to develop high-quality, media-rich courses

  • Appeal to multiple learning styles

  • Faculty can easily customize course

  • Engage me or enrage me – Marc Prensky


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Video Learning ResourcesWhat are they?

  • Not prescriptive

  • Small instructional video components (2-7 min.)

  • Can be reused a number of times in different learning contexts

  • Deliverable over the Internet

  • Any number of people/institutions can access and use them simultaneously

  • Self-contained

  • Can be aggregated

  • Are tagged with metadata


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The VALOR ProjectExpected Results

  • 1300-1500 clips

  • Use in CMS, face-to-face, hybrid

  • Fully searchable repository

  • Available in-District fall - Bb module

  • Pilot nationwide beginning late summer - subscription service, prices to be determined – tiers for institutions and individual faculty


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The Valor Project Disciplines being Clipped

  • Microeconomics: Choices & Change

  • Macroeconomics: Choices & Change

  • U.S. History (to 1877): Shaping America

  • U.S. History (from 1877): Transforming America

  • Sociology: Exploring Society

  • Health: Journey to Health

  • Government: Voices in Democracy

  • Accounting: Principles I & II, Financial, Managerial

  • Nutrition: Nutrition Pathways

  • Business: It’s Strictly Business

  • English Composition I & II: The Writer’s Circle, The Writer’s Odyssey


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Questions

Thank you!

Rachelle Howell

rhowell@dcccd.edu

972-669-6651


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