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Evaluating multiple interpretations GLO tool workshop Wednesday 15 August 2007 RLO-CETL, London Metropolitan University. Learning Design Workshop Friday 27 April 2007 - Sheffield Hallam Facilitated by: Dawn Leeder, RLO-CETL, University of Cambridge

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Evaluating multiple interpretations

  • GLO tool workshop
  • Wednesday 15 August 2007
  • RLO-CETL, London Metropolitan University
  • Learning DesignWorkshop
  • Friday 27 April 2007 - Sheffield Hallam
  • Facilitated by:
  • Dawn Leeder, RLO-CETL, University of Cambridge
  • Richard Windle, RLO-CETL, University of Nottingham
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Programme

11:00 Arrival and introductions

11:15 Background to GLO tool and interface

12:00 Demo and discussion

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Hands-on use and evaluation

Deliverables & milestones

15:00 Depart

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RLO-CETL

  • A collaborative CETL
  • London Metropolitan University
  • Cambridge University
  • Nottingham University
  • Aims
  • - to develop a range of multimedia learning objects that can be stored in repositories, accessed over the web, and integrated into course delivery
  • - by building and sustaining a powerful community of practice and furnishing it with all the support and tools required to achieve our aims
what are rlos
What are RLOs?

Demo:

Levels of Measurement

aka media assets

what are rlos6
What are RLOs?

+ Pedagogy

+ activity

+ assessment

based on a single learning objective

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Sharing the LOAD

JISC Circular 01/06: Design for Learning Programme

18 months project

May 2006 - Oct 2007

to capture ‘real-world’

shareable learning designs

create & evaluate exemplars

Develop as GLO tools

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Design for reuse

  • Workshop question:
  • “What features are desirable for reusability?”
  • Responses:
  • .. Retrievable, searchable, self-contained, engaging, accessible, etc…
  • But also:
  • Editable
  • Customisable
  • Flexible
  • Adaptable
  • Updatable
  • Create new examples
  • Add sections
  • Add test questions
  • Different language versions
generative learning objects
Generative Learning Objects

The next generation…

  • based on a pedagogical pattern
  • separate instance from core
  • adaptable by local tutors (and students)
  • productivity increased
  • relevance enhanced

#3

#2

Core

Pedagogical

Pattern

#4

Subject specific instances

#1

#5

#1

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Learning Design Workshops 2006

+

FUN!

FREE!

  • University of London Thurs 9 November
  • University of CambridgeWed 15 November
  • University of Nottingham Tues 21 November
  • University of Oxford Wed 6 December

“A brilliant workshop that has left my head buzzing with even more ideas”

“Excellent workshop – stimulating, challenging”

“Very enjoyable, informative and well-organised”

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