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Getting Connected. The Learning Technology Team 2007. Alex’s Pot O’ Gold. For more survey and skills audit results go to: http://ltt.nciwiki.com.au Click on 2007 Review and locate the LTTFeedback_v4.doc. Amazing things that happened….

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getting connected

Getting Connected

The Learning Technology Team 2007

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For more surveyandskills audit results

go to:http://ltt.nciwiki.com.au

Click on 2007 Review and locate the LTTFeedback_v4.doc

amazing things that happened
Amazing things that happened…
  • Empowered , networked team members are now presenting to their faculty, offering technology support and knowledge sharing
  • Feedback from management, staff and students shows that this team has been successful because;
  • Non-threatening: The team are not seen as technology experts. They are therefore seen to be more approachable and easy to talk to
  • Networks: Team members have connected each other with colleagues for technology support
  • Pervasiveness: Survey results show that an increasing number of teachers are more confident and use new technology as an enhancement to their usual delivery modes

Amazing things that happened…

amazing things that happened1
Amazing things that happened…
  • Empowered , networked team members have now started presenting to their faculty, offering technology support and knowledge sharing
  • Feedback from management, staff and students shows that this team has been successful because;
  • Non-threatening: The team are not seen as technology experts. They are therefore seen to be more approachable and easy to talk to
  • Networks: Team members have connected each other with colleagues for technology support
  • Pervasiveness: Survey results show that an increasing number of teachers are more confident and use new technology as an enhancement to their usual delivery modes

Collaboration with colleagues using new technology, support from each other with new technology

Team sharing of success stories, problems, solutions, issues

Supporting colleagues with the use of new technology

Collaboration with and engagement of community using online spaces

Collaboration with and engagement of industry using new online spaces

Development and sharing of professional development and collaboration spaces

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2007 Staff Achievement Awards - Directors Award of Excellence

2007 Staff Achievement Awards - Collaborative Practices Award

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Training and Support for the implementation of Moodle Policies and Procedures at NCI

  • The Team – Tracy Young, Sue Shelly, Alex Miller, Des Osborn
  • The Project – Moodle Policies and procedures, guidelines, checklists, training and support for teaching staff
  • The Vision – to see the majority of courses at NCI have some kind of presence on our NCI Moodle platform.
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