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  1. LKL Lunchtime Seminar MoSAIC: Models for Synchronous Audiographic Conferencing Tim Neumann Dr Sara de FreitasInstitute of Education Serious Games Institute

  2. Overview • Synchronous Audiographic Conferencing • Project Phase 1 • Teachers as Media Producers in Virtual Classrooms • Project Phase 2 • MoSAIC • Web Conferencing at the LKL

  3. Audiographic Conferencing Synchronous Audiographic Conferencing

  4. Audiographic Conferencing The Technology Synchronous Audiographic Conferencing Combination of: real-time tools for visual interaction while talking

  5. Audiographic Conferencing Cyclops • McConnell, D. (1983). Sharing the screen. Media in education and development, 16 (2).

  6. Functionality TEXT-BASED TOOLS . Presence Indicators . Chat Logs . Transcripts . Private Messaging . Instant Messaging . Moderated Chat . Avatars . Entry Announcements . Exit Announcements . Action Messages . Sound Effects . Text Formatting . LIVE AUDIO AND VIDEO TOOLS . Live Audio . Voice-over-IP . Broadcast . Half Duplex . Full Duplex . Audio Controls . Telephony Integration . Live Video . Floating Video Display . Bandwidth Detection . CONTENT, DISPLAY, AND INTERACTIVE TOOLS . Virtual Whiteboard . Moderated Use and Accountability . Image Imports . Layers . object-oriented . Application Sharing . Screen Sharing . File Transfer . Slide Showing . Background Loading . Special Effects . Slide Libraries . Course Map . Site Map Integration . Guided Web Tours . Clickable Hyperlinks . Previewing . Filtering . Polling . Quizzes . Question Types . Display of Results . Online Course Integration . VLE Integration . Activity Indicators . Remote Screen Viewing . Multimedia . Breakout Rooms . Recording and Playback . Navigation and Searching . Feedback . Availability . Editing . Automatic Technical Checks . Three-Dimensional Rendering of Space and People . Specialised Tools . Templates . and more… Finkelstein, J (2006). Learning in Real Time. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass

  7. Audiographic Conferencing Main Functions • VoIP: “Internet Telephony” • Text Chat • Shared Whiteboard • Co-Browsing • Other Collaborative Tools • Video Streaming

  8. Audiographic Conferencing Video? • Rosell-Aguilar: • Slows down quality of audio • Sweller: • Impedes learning, distractive, contradictory • Matarazzo & Sellen: • Low quality more effective for task collaboration • A number of researchers: • No significant advantage

  9. Audiographic Conferencing Video! • For particular purposes • Align with other media

  10. Audiographic Conferencing SAC in Distance Education. Why? • Flexibility for personalised human support • Community building, creating a sense of belonging • The voice as low-threshold communication mode • Motivation to participate (somebody is waiting) • Reflecting/responding under time pressure • Practicing oral rethorics & ICT skills • Effective role-play opportunities • Walk-through opportunities for complex issues • Force learners out of their comfort zone

  11. Phase 1 Project Phase 1: Teachers as Media Producers in Virtual Classrooms

  12. Audiographic Conferencing Parent Framework ICE CReaM Interactive and Collaborative E-Learning using Creative Real-Time Media

  13. CDE Projects Teachers as Media Producers inVirtual ClassroomsNov 2005 – Oct 2006 MoSAIC:Models for Synchronous Audiographic Interactive ConferencingNov 2006 – Aug 2008 to examine roles oflecturers when using realtime conferencing to develop models reflecting pedagogical theory and addressing specifics of realtime conferencing Nov 05 Nov 06 Nov 07 Aug 08

  14. ? Phase 1: Teachers as Media Producers Main Aim: under-standing skills Voice-over-IP Roles Chat / Messaging Audiographic Conferencing Live Quizzes Graphics Instant Feedback Video Audio Shared Whiteboard Application Sharing Text

  15. Teacher - Communication - Medium - Learning Experience

  16. A Media Production Metaphor Suggested Roles - Preparation: • www.skillset.org & Honthaner, E.L. (2001). The Complete Film Production Handbook. Oxford: Focal Press.

  17. A Media Production Metaphor Perceived Roles - Preparation: • Very High: • Manager • High: • Producer, Author, Correspondent, Programmer • Average: • Director, Engineer, Production Designer • Low: • Choreographer, Storyboard Artist,Screenwriter, Graphic Artist

  18. A Media Production Metaphor Suggested Roles - Implementation: • www.skillset.org & Honthaner, E.L. (2001). The Complete Film Production Handbook. Oxford: Focal Press.

  19. A Media Production Metaphor Perceived Roles - Implementation: • Very High: • Presenter, Moderator, Speaker • High: • Instructional Designer, Operator, Director • Average: • Teacher, Engineer, Correspondent, Narrator • Low: • Performer, Runner, Gaffer, Actor

  20. A Media Production Metaphor Perceived Roles - Free Text: • Overwhelmingly: • Participant • Observer • Passive Listener • Individual Responses: • Spectator • Active Listener • Learner

  21. Phase 1: Teachers as Media Producers

  22. Phase 1: Teachers as Media Producers

  23. Phase 1: Teachers as Media Producers Conclusions • General recommendation of SAC?No • Recommendation of SAC for specific purposes?Yes

  24. Phase 2 Project Phase 2: Models for Synchronous Audiographic Interactive Conferencing

  25. Phase 2: MoSAIC Models for Synchronous Audiographic Interactive Conferencing Project Scoping ofSAC use at UoL User Testing Data Analysis Review ofPedagogicalModels Nov 06 Sep 07 Feb 08 May 08

  26. Discipline Learning Objectives Context Assessment Conceptions Accreditation Theory Resources Learner Background Voice-over-IP Chat / Messaging Graphics Live Quizzes Video Instant Feedback Audio Shared Whiteboard Text Application Sharing Phase 2: MoSAIC Pedagogical Framework MoSAIC: Purpose MoSAIC: SMAP PracticalApplication

  27. Phase 2: MoSAIC Review of Pedagogical Models • Generic Pedagogical Models and Frameworks:available • Specific Pedagogical Models for SAC:scarce Scoping Review

  28. Phase 2: MoSAIC - Review Salmon: Five-Stage Model From http://www.atimod.com/e-moderating/5stage.shtml

  29. Phase 2: MoSAIC - Review Laurillard: Conversational Framework From http://www2.smumn.edu/deptpages/~instructTech/lol/laurillard/index.htm

  30. Phase 2: MoSAIC - Review Garrison & Anderson: Community of Inquiry From http://communitiesofinquiry.com/

  31. Phase 2: MoSAIC – Beyond the Review Four-Dimensional Framework Sara de Freitas

  32. Phase 2: MoSAIC – The Missing Link Synchronous Media Attribution Process Tim Neumann & Sara de Freitas

  33. Phase 2: MoSAIC – Scoping Study Scoping Review

  34. Phase 2: MoSAIC Current Steps • Further development of FDF & SMAP • Model & User testing Scoping Review

  35. Use Case 1 • Teaching remote students Scoping Review

  36. Use Case 2 • Remote guest expert lectures Scoping Review

  37. Use Case 3 • F2F session recording Scoping Review

  38. Use Case 4 • 24/7 Helpdesk / Virtual Office(also: one-to-one training / tutorials) Scoping Review

  39. Use Case 5 • Supervision sessions(also: assignment feedback) Scoping Review

  40. Use Case 6 • Remote Vivas(also: interviews, remote demonstrations) Scoping Review

  41. Use Case 7 • Webcasts Scoping Review

  42. Use Case 8 • Lecture / Conference Simulcasts Scoping Review

  43. Use Case 9 • Multiple Venue Production Scoping Review

  44. Use Case 10 • Multi-group meetings and activities BreakoutRooms Scoping Review

  45. MVP Case Study Multiple Venue Production Location Moderator

  46. MVP Case Study • Training: • Location Moderators (2 sessions) • Session Design: • Review of questions • Slide development • Time planning • Pedagogic strategy • Communication: • Constant contact with Location Moderators MVP Preparation • Preparation: • Location Moderator Training Session • Training: • Presenter • Content: • Handout of pre-session content • Request for questions • Organisation: • Location Registration • One Email: • 32 locations • late comers accepted • Preparation: • IT guidelines • Awareness Raising: • One Email: • CPD Depts. • Good response • Start: • Presenter OK • Topic • Strategy 21 March November December January February March

  47. MVP Case Study MVP Session Design • Part 1: (70 minutes) • Ten-Minute Presentation • Collaborative Activity: • Two polling questions (yes/no) [shared whiteboard] • One question for 3-minute local discussion [chat / mic] • Repeat 4x (= 5 sequences in total) • Part 2: (50 minutes) • Local group discussion (15 minutes) • Responses from individual locations • Open Q&A session

  48. MVP Case Study Participant Survey • Session Quality: • High satisfaction with the session • Very positive learning experience • Many opportunities for local interaction • Not many opportunities for online interaction • Only average involvement of participants • Good organisation

  49. Web Conferencing at the LKL Web Conferencing at the LKL

  50. Audiographic Conferencing Further Information: www.lkl.ac.uk/research/mosaic Tim Neumann t.neumann@ioe.ac.uk www.lkl.ac.uk/LTU