Engaging tutors in using e-repositories for learning and teaching. Andrew Rothery firstname.lastname@example.org Sarah Hayes email@example.com. Welcome to our University corridor. I will introduce you to some of our tutors, but they are not in their offices right now……
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Engaging tutors in using e-repositories for learning and teaching
Andrew Rothery firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Hayes email@example.com
I will introduce you to some of our tutors, but they are not in their offices right now……
…….they are meeting together to share and discuss their personal repository needs to support the different ways that they teach and the range of materials they use…..
Prof. Y has used integrated teaching materials and interactive activities with her videos. These will be uploaded to JORUM Open, the UK national repository where they will be available to everyone nationally and internationally. Prof. Y is proud of her work and keen to publish it openly, for others to adapt and as a way of improving her reputation and standing in her field.
Dr. Z has used a university licensing agreement to obtain a collection of video and documentary material from UK TV channels. This has been stored in an institutional archive-style repository with a conventional metadata structure, and access for students is provided via the VLE. Using the VLE enables the university to restrict access to groups of students and particular locations according to what is permitted by the licence agreement.
Here at the front our two colleagues, Dr B and Dr X, are
demonstrating the systems they have been using
Dr. X is uses a new Web 2.0 style repository where his resources are tagged by personal topics: research methods, ME101, reports, schizophrenia, etc. Using the social networking features, he shares access with a group of colleagues at the same university who teach the same subject.
Dr B uses a media player system, like YouTube, but created in-house. He puts links to his videos in the VLE so students can view them without needing special software on their computers.
Dr B also keeps an entry for these materials in the institutional repository where they can be tagged and organized for his own use, but not shared with others.
The Web 2.0 style repository used by Dr X is Learning Box, developed by Faroes Project
Further along the corridor….
….a group of social science students produce short videos as part of their course and are required to make these available for viewing by the other students on the course….
So Dr. C has given students access to an institutional repository where they can each upload their videos and search and view the entire collection.
Good intentions: Improving the evidence base in support of sharing learning materials (Currier, Duncan, & Douglas, 2008)
Question: In the research process, one builds on the work of others; can the same culture be encouraged in creating, sharing and re-using learning materials?
On-line Innovation in Higher Education (Cooke, 2008)
Digital Repositories Roadmap Review: towards a vision for research and learning in 2013 (Heery, 2009)