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Instruction in Transition

Before we start (if you haven’t already) please:

Download iTunes U

Visit: http://tiny.cc/itunesu2014

Enroll in our LOEX course (code: JLF-2LF-AD2)

Once enrolled, open iTunes U

Open the LOEX course

Under the “Posts” tab, open/look at “In Class Instruction Materials”

Download the two PBL iBooks: PBL-General & PBL-Sciences (click the cloud to download)

LOEX 2014

Rachel Gammons, Melissa Gold, and Katie Stewart


Instruction in Transition:

Using iPad-driven problem-based learning to enhance the freshman experience

LOEX 2014

Rachel Gammons, Melissa Gold, and Katie Stewart


Pbl and fye at millersville
PBL and FYE at Millersville

  • UNIV 103 = 3 credit seminar

    • Some grouped by major

    • Some have research assignments

    • Information literacy as course objective

  • Librarians: PBL + UNIV 103 info. lit sessions + iPads

    • iBooks and iTunes U

    • Team-teaching


Why do we 3 it
Why do we <3 it?

  • Less preparation time

  • Less lecture time

  • Easy to customize/grow program

  • Engaged students

  • Multimedia opportunities

  • Better troubleshooting (team teaching)

  • Fulfills information literacy objective


Challenges
Challenges?

  • Learning curve with iPads

    • Solution → Divide work in pairs (ex: one with iBook, one with browser)

  • Convincing students: there is “no right way”

  • Faculty interest/soliciting requests

  • Mac required

  • Time/effort for implementation


Why itunes u
Why iTunes U?

  • Easy to create courses

  • Updates quickly

  • Allows for variety of learning materials

    • Videos, audio, links, apps, presentations, documents

    • iBooks: text, videos, charts, tables, photo galleries, 3D images, etc.

  • Allows for self-pacing

  • Easy to license content (CC)

  • Easy to copy, share, and edit


Review and brainstorming
Review and brainstorming

  • What does an iBook allow you to do that’s different than a worksheet?

  • What stands out as unique or exciting?

  • What teaching materials (tutorials, presentations, etc.) do you already have that you could use with an iBook?


Creating your own pbl ibook
Creating your own PBL iBook

  • Learning Outcomes

  • Problem Scenario: (Example at: http://tiny.cc/pblscenarios)

  • iBook Storyboard: (Example at: http://tiny.cc/pblpdf)

  • Page Design


Wrap up
Wrap-up

  • Thoughts, Questions?

  • Contact:

    • [email protected]

    • [email protected]

    • [email protected]

  • View presentation at: http://goo.gl/IEzoeN


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