Building Capacity in Learning and Teaching JISC projects enhancing pedagogy Chris Butcher and Karen Llewellyn SDDU LTC8 Jan 7th 2011. Building Capacity in L&T. Where are we now? Where are we going? and …. what are your thoughts? Plan A !
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Building Capacity in L&T
Leeds Building Capacity Project
Guided by the LBC Project Advisory Group and in collaboration with JISC:
i.e. there is funding available!
LBC project priority: Effective Feedback
audio: digital recorder/MP3 posters, non-electronic work
a/v asynchronous: headset/adobe acrobat/PDF reports/proposals
a/v synchronous: headset/screencast/website link essays/presentations
choice in both assessment & feedback forms - encouraged dialogue with students
generic, rapid feed-forward - increased student engagement http://www.reading.ac.uk/asset/
ASSET: use of audio/video e.g. FLIP camcorder
Record your responses to the question:
How might this technology be used to support feedback or feed-forward to students? Any barriers?
Switch on: press power button on RHS
Record: press record button to start /stop
touch+/-to zoom in/out
Play: touch button to start/pause
NB: ‘Built in’ microphone - so need to be near the flip
(Delete: touch delete button select ‘yes’ to confirm)
Q: How might this technology be used to support feedback or feed-forward to students?
Possible broader questions:
e.g. Grademark/Turnitin - Rafe Hallett and Kevin Linch (History)
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Building Capacity in L&T…. or R
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