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1 Introduction What is the Difference between IT, ICT and E-Learning? Why is it so important to promote E-Learning? How do I start using E-Learning?

2 IT, ICT, Elearning - 1 I T refers to the lowest level of involvement in the use of computer technology IT (Information Technology) Support personal productivity, produce handouts/worksheetsApplications Computer user skills, Windows, package training (Word, Excel, Sage)Skills Office/productivity/specific functionSoftware The basic kit: stand-alone computer or laptop with peripherals (printer, scanner, CD-ROM/DVD) Hardware DefinitionItem

3 IT, ICT, Elearning - 2 ICT (Information and Communications Technology) Machines are networked together allowing communication with others on the network and in the outside world via and the Internet. Interaction with peers/students and external bodies. Sharing of software and materials via network/intranet Applications Use of /communications technology, web browsing/web authoring Skills Microsoft Outlook, Internet Explorer/Netscape, DreamweaverSoftware Networking together of machines, ideally into a single unified network with access to server-based materials and functions including , intranet, college information systems and the Internet Hardware DefinitionItem

4 IT, ICT, Elearning - 3 E-Learning Enhancing the learning experience and creating alternative forms of delivery. Applications Using IT/ICT to facilitate learning and to administer and manage learning and the business activities of the college; exploiting communications technology to create learning and teaching media that exploits the possibilities of on-line education Skills Those used for IT/ICT, Virtual Learning Environments, CD-ROM/web- based learning materials and knowledge resources Software In its simplest form, any networked systems used for IT/ICT. There are endless possibilities for incorporating other systems, for example data projection hardware. Hardware DefinitionItem This is the application of IT/ICT to the core business of further education. E-Learning is characterised by the use of ICT to deliver learning experiences and may extend to on-line guidance, assessment and recording of progress.

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7 supporting Activity outside scheduled learning that complements or supports the main programme, e.g. research on the Web, reinforcement or revision exercises, additional practice, peer and tutor communication. Supporting learning E-learning fan Scribbins & Powell

8 traditional Supplementing and supporting traditional teaching, e.g. using PowerPoint as OHP, data projectors and interactive whiteboards for simple display, spreadsheets or handouts from a word processor. Traditional teaching tool Supporting learning E-learning fan Scribbins & Powell

9 blended Bringing together traditional resources with ILT-based opportunities to create a coherent planned approach, across a whole programme or towards a given learning outcome. Blended learning may reach out to a more direct engagement with learner-support services than is customary with traditional approaches. Traditional teaching tool Blended learning Supporting learning E-learning fan Scribbins & Powell

10 pace Using ILT to enable individuals to proceed at their own pace through the common programme, with ILT supporting the process of facilitating individual practitioner support and tracking the progress of individual learners. Traditional teaching tool Blended learning Supporting learning Differentiated pace E-learning fan Scribbins & Powell

11 pathway Using ILT to enable the planning and delivery of an agreed individualised pathway for each learner, with ILT supporting the process of tracking individual progress and facilitating individual tutor support. Such a pathway may benefit from the blended use of other resources, including access to taught sessions. Traditional teaching tool Supporting learning Differentiated pathway Differentiated pace Blended learning E-learning fan Scribbins & Powell

12 anytime Enabling learners to access some or all elements of their learning at any time that computers are available. Traditional teaching tool Blended learning Supporting learning Differentiated pathway Anytime learning Differentiated pace E-learning fan Scribbins & Powell

13 remote The only way to guarantee access to learning at any and all times is to enable access when college premises are closed. This demands remote access and would typically be supported by on- line peer and staff communication. Traditional teaching tool Blended learning Remote learning: anytime, anywhere Supporting learning Differentiated pathway Anytime learning Differentiated pace E-learning fan Scribbins & Powell

14 summary Traditional teaching tool Blended learning Remote learning: anytime, anywhere Supporting learning Differentiated pathway Anytime learning Differentiated pace Its about selecting the most appropriate opportunity for the learner at a given time E-learning fan Scribbins & Powell

15 Some Scenarios

16 good practice 1 Practitioner A has good teaching skills but weak IT skills……. relies on face-to- face group work, role play and delivery of ideas through scenarios in paper-based activities has good teaching skills but weak IT skills……. relies on face-to- face group work, role play and delivery of ideas through scenarios in paper-based activities Could …… Organise facilities for learners to create feedback electronically using PowerPoint, digital images, video & audio recordings, brainstorming Make electronic copies of paper based materials available on the college intranet or VLE. - Make electronic copies of paper based materials available on the college intranet or VLE. - essay essay Make electronic copies of paper based materials available on the college intranet or VLE. - Make electronic copies of paper based materials available on the college intranet or VLE. - essay essay Learn how to create interactive materials using simple applications such as Word or PowerPoint - Learn how to create interactive materials using simple applications such as Word or PowerPoint - motherboard – kew gdns motherboardkew gdns Learn how to create interactive materials using simple applications such as Word or PowerPoint - Learn how to create interactive materials using simple applications such as Word or PowerPoint - motherboard – kew gdns motherboardkew gdns Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials -pepes pizapepes piza Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials -pepes pizapepes piza

17 Practitioner B good practice 2 has good IT skills and good subject knowledge ….. delivery does not actively engage learners, as it is too dependent on paper-based handouts and OHTs has good IT skills and good subject knowledge ….. delivery does not actively engage learners, as it is too dependent on paper-based handouts and OHTs Could …..… prepare quizzes with the castle toolkit or hot potatoes to allow learners to test their own progress Use PowerPoint with animation, images and diagrams to highlight key points instead of traditional OHPs - Use PowerPoint with animation, images and diagrams to highlight key points instead of traditional OHPs - cement example cement example Use PowerPoint with animation, images and diagrams to highlight key points instead of traditional OHPs - Use PowerPoint with animation, images and diagrams to highlight key points instead of traditional OHPs - cement example cement example Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials - Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials - dressing right dressing right Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials - Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials - dressing right dressing right Use an interactive whiteboard with cordless mouse and keyboard to engage learners whiteboard Use an interactive whiteboard with cordless mouse and keyboard to engage learners whiteboard Create web quests to encourage discovery based learning

18 good practice 3 Practitioner C has good IT skills ….. Delivers face to face to small groups of learners on different sites repeats the same material with each group has good IT skills ….. Delivers face to face to small groups of learners on different sites repeats the same material with each group place learning material on a VLE and provide on-line tutor support time saved can be used to address individual learners needs in the face-to-face sessions Could …..… Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials prepare electronic quizzes to allow learners to test their own progress and get feedback… Create web quests to encourage discovery based learning which can be shared between groups - Create web quests to encourage discovery based learning which can be shared between groups - toursim toursim Create web quests to encourage discovery based learning which can be shared between groups - Create web quests to encourage discovery based learning which can be shared between groups - toursim toursim

19 Good practice 4 Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials & Games - Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials & Games - example example Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials & Games - Use on-line resources such as Websites or NLN materials & Games - example example has basic IT skills …… Delivers face to face to small groups of learners with special needs. has basic IT skills …… Delivers face to face to small groups of learners with special needs. Practitioner D Create interactive materials using simple applications such as Word or PowerPoint incorporating images – example 1 example 2 Create interactive materials using simple applications such as Word or PowerPoint incorporating images – example 1 example 2 Could …..… Use digital videos and stills cameras to capture activities and create projects Use an interactive whiteboard with cordless mouse and keyboard to engage learners Learn what assistive technologies are available and learn how to use them - Learn what assistive technologies are available and learn how to use them - techdis techdis Learn what assistive technologies are available and learn how to use them - Learn what assistive technologies are available and learn how to use them - techdis techdis

20 Empowering learning How Can Technology Empower How Can Technology Empower The Learner ? The Learner ? Click the link to view video

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