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Moodle@UCE Progress Alan Staley, LTDU, SSDD [email protected] Progress Alan Staley, LTDU, SSDD

@ Learning Technology Development: The Road Map Key Activities Timescale Phase One Innovation Feb @ Learning Technology Development: The Road Map Key Activities Timescale Phase One Innovation Feb 2004 to Aug 2004 Small Scale Pilot: ‘Enhancing the Quality of Academic Programmes in HE’ (SSDD module on MA Education) Active Experimentation by staff. Test integration with Library and Student Records Systems.

Learning Technology Development: The Road Map Key Activities Timescale Phase One Innovation Feb 2004 Learning Technology Development: The Road Map Key Activities Timescale Phase One Innovation Feb 2004 to Aug 2004 IT standard @ Phase Two Early adoption Sep 2004 to Aug 2005 Extended Pilots: Up to 10 live Modules with students per Faculty and Central Services in the first semester and an additional 15 in the second semester. Active Experimentation by Staff.

Learning Technology Development: The Road Map Feb 2004 to Aug 2004 Phase Two Early Learning Technology Development: The Road Map Feb 2004 to Aug 2004 Phase Two Early adoption Sep 2004 to Aug 2005 Systems evaluation Student experience evaluation Timescale Phase One Innovation IT standard @ Key Activities Modules to exist within Moodle as required by staff. Phase Three Mainstream activity Sep 2005 to Aug 2007

Feb 2004 to Aug 2004 Phase Two Early adoption Sep 2004 to Aug 2005 Feb 2004 to Aug 2004 Phase Two Early adoption Sep 2004 to Aug 2005 Phase Three Mainstream activity Sep 2005 to Aug 2007 All modules on all courses to exist within Moodle Key Activities and to comply with Moodle @ UCE Code of Practice points 1, 2, 3 and 10 as a minimum. Senior management decisions Timescale Phase One Innovation IT standard @ Systems evaluation Student experience evaluation Learning Technology Development: The Road Map Phase Four Mandatory activity Sep 2007 onwards

Moodle @ UCE: Code of Practice Learning Technology Development Unit My Module 1. Category Moodle @ UCE: Code of Practice Learning Technology Development Unit My Module 1. Category Modules should include full documentation including learning outcomes, teaching and learning methods, assessment details, criteria, workload schedule etc. Please see Module Designer – http: //www. ssdd. uce. ac. uk/module 2. Module Specification Essential Reading List Modules should include ‘Live’ Talis. Lists that enable direct assess to the library catalogue, full text journal articles, and electronic services. 3. Announcements Modules should include an Announcements forum so that staff can broadcast information to students concerning class cancellation, room changes, submission details etc. 4. Essential Independent Learning Where appropriate, resources should be provided for students to enable them to study in between classes so that their independent learning time is structured and managed. Desirable Resources used in class should be available in Moodle prior to the class to help students with disabilities and learning difficulties. Where the subject is particularly ‘term laden’ it is good practice to provide a glossary. 5. Active Learning Resources should engage the students in learning actively (not just passively absorbing information). Interaction may take place online, or students may need to prepare offline for subsequent face-to-face classes that make specific connections to the independent learning. Such classes would be interactive in nature. 6. Formative Feedback Where appropriate, modules should include formative objective testing with automated feedback to help students gain a sense of achievement. When appropriate modules should include ‘choices’ to reveal group opinions and experiences. 7. Desirable Tracking Student activity should be tracked and interventions made where students appear to be disengaged with the module. 10. Desirable Discussion Forums Where appropriate, modules should include discussion forums to enable students to discuss key issues, solve problems, link theory and practice, and facilitate group work. Staff should be active in moderating these discussion. 9. Desirable Learning Journals When appropriate, modules should include learning journals at key points in the module for the students to reflect upon their learning and for the staff to give personal and private feedback. 8. Desirable Evaluation Modules should include a standard online module evaluation survey. Essential Tick

Rate of Adoption Rate of Adoption

Moore’s Chasm Moore’s Chasm

Student Feedback (n=338) Student Feedback (n=338)

Student Feedback Student Feedback

Student Feedback (n=329) Student Feedback (n=329)

Student Feedback Student Feedback

Student Feedback (n=332) Student Feedback (n=332)

Student Feedback Student Feedback

Qualitative Feedback • “Compared to Boris, it does make learning a lot more interesting. Qualitative Feedback • “Compared to Boris, it does make learning a lot more interesting. ” (BE student) • “I would worry if a future theory module was not supported by Moodle. ” (BIAD student) • “I think it is an excellent resource that most students on other modules are deprived of. ” (BS student) • “It has been suggested that all modules go onto Moodle. ” (Extract from student feedback to HCC Board of Studies)

Usage Analysis Usage Analysis

Usage Analysis Usage Analysis

Action Points 1. Who will take on the role of Faculty Administrator? 2. What Action Points 1. Who will take on the role of Faculty Administrator? 2. What are your procedures for allocating the roles of ‘Creator’, ‘Tutor’, etc. 3. What are your quality procedures before ‘releasing’ Moodle modules to students? 4. Course approval, review, and reapproval?

© Alan Staley Learning Technology Development Unit, SSDD, UCE. A Managed Learning Environment at © Alan Staley Learning Technology Development Unit, SSDD, UCE. A Managed Learning Environment at UCE Managed Learning Environment (MLE) Staff Management Information Systems (MIS) P Students O R Internal Access T A L External Access (s) Student Record System Enrolment Marks Awards ………. . Quality Assurance System Finance System ……. . Library Catalogue Electronic services UCEEL External Content JISC Repository National: JORUM Regional: HSLI UCE Content Talis. List Content Packaging Tools Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Moodle(s) SW 28 Simple Resources Upload file Compose text/web page Link to website/file Resource-based Activities Lesson Glossary SCORM package Assessment-based Activities Assignment upload Quiz (objective testing) Journal Workshop (peer assessment) Management Calendar Upcoming events Recent activity ‘Simple’ Office Tools Course. Genie SW 35 Microsoft Office SW 03 ‘Advanced’ Creation Tools Display directory Insert label Category A Communication-based Activities Discussion forum (asynchronous) Chat (synchronous) Choice (voting) Create groups Wiki (collaborative development) Image Manipulation SW 30 Evaluative Activities Survey Category B Microsoft Macromedia ? ? Front Page Dreamweaver WWW Graphics Image Composer Fireworks Animations Power. Point Front Page (very limited) Flash Director Video Editing Tracking usage Latest news WWW page creation (html) Producer (free plug-in to Power. Point 2002) Director Video Synchronisation with presentations (Video lectures) Producer Director Dreamweaver MX Document Formatting and Exchange AS D 8 Commercial Packages ? Adobe Acrobat Pro