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1 Web Support Forum Round IV Launceston Tuesday 17 August 9.30am – 11.30am Hobart Tuesday 31 August 9.30am – 11.30am

2 Melanie Pittard – Manager, Web & Learning Services Cameron Sweeney – Web Marketing Project Officer IT Resources Introduction & update on web services review Web Morning Tea LMS review Question time Finish

3 Information Technology Resources Web Services takes on MyLO to become Web & Learning Services  Makes sense to have the two areas covered by one team  2 managers now in place  More flexibility to cover services in busy times  More opportunities for staff

4 Information Technology Resources WSSAP principles  UTAS business strategy & reputation  Governance  Investment  Usability & standards  Performance & technology

5 Information Technology Resources WSSAP 8 broad areas, with 14 objectives & 38 strategies: 1.Governance, planning & policy (3) 2.Organisation & communication (2) 3.University reputation & promotion (2) 4.UTAS web platform development (1) 5.Web support for teaching, learning & the student experience (2) 6.Web Support for research and expertise (1) 7.Information architecture (1) 8.Information for effective web services planning (2)

6 Achievements since last time  Launch of new home page  Over 100 sites into the CMS  Ongoing Web 2.0 pilot  Social Media Guidelines endorsed at WSSC  Faculty/school information architecture  Faculty/school design concepts

7 Achievements since last time  Training - Control Panel + Writing for the Web (over 150 people)  Advanced Training – MATR101 – 20 people

8 Upcoming activities  Continued roll out of new sites in the CMS review/sites-developed-by-web-services review/sites-developed-by-web-services review/sites-developed-by-web-services  Training – online component  Decommissioning of the FCMS & Babel  Auditing of re-developed sites

9 Upcoming activities  Web Server Distribution report & recommendations  Development of the next iteration of the WSSAP

10 Social Media Guidelines  Policy will be amended to cover these guidelines  Describes 3 types of services  Centrally managed & supported  Non-centrally managed  External applications  Guidelines – some items mandatory, others optional/recommended 10

11 For more information: Questions?

12 Learning Services Round IV Web Services Forum Cameron Sweeney Web Marketing Project Officer ITR – Web & Learning Services

13 Learning Services includes:  UTAS Wikis  UTAS Blogs  Knowledge Base  ePortfolios  Social Media / Social Bookmarking  iTunes U  MyLO  …

14 UTAS Wikis  Accessible via any browser  No need to use special software to access when outside the University  Supported by IT Resources  CALT pedagogical assistance as needed  Easy rich text editor  In-built calendar; discussion forum and what’s happening 14

15 UTAS Wikis – examples  Teaching & Learning:  Education, Science, Pharmacy  Research:  Bushfire CRC  External collaboration:  CAUDIT  Partners in Health  Community engagement:  DHHS Transition Nurses  Tasmanian Teachers of Chinese 15

16 UTAS Wikis – Contact to enable

17 Look & Feel 17

18 Attachments Page 18

19 Calendar Page 19

20 Discussion Page 20

21 Gallery Page … 21

22 Gallery Page 22

23 UTAS Blogs Examples  Library Library  Bach. of Regional Resource Management Bach. of Regional Resource Management Bach. of Regional Resource Management  SLIMS SLIMS  ANNIMS ANNIMS RSS feeds Comments - moderating 23

24 UTAS Blogs

25 UTAS Blogs – Library 25

26 UTAS Blogs – ANNIMS 26

27 Knowledge Base Benefits  Internal wiki  Secure – no student access  No external user access Constraints  Access outside UTAS only via Virtual Private Network (VPN) software 27

28 ePortfolios - PebblePad  Currently 2821 users  CALT assistance with:  design of pedagogy  training  IT Resources handle administration  help desk  Students control /own their content  Ability to maintain account after leaving UTAS 28

29 Social Media  Facebook  iGoogle  Flickr  Twitter Social Bookmarking  Delicious  Diigo 29

30 iTunes U Project  Chaired by Gary Williams – CALT  1 CALT staff & 1 Library staff x 2 days / week  Editorial reference group  Technical reference group  Considering:  Existing video resources  Copyright & IP  Video production 30

31 MyLO 2012 UTAS learning management system evaluation, selection and implementation project 31

32 MyLO 2012 Project Board:  Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) & Provost  Pro Vice-Chancellor (Students & Education)  Associate Dean Teaching & Learning  Co-Head CALT  Academic Senate representative  Director IT Resources Project Team led by senior academic 32

33 What to expect …  eLearning Strategic Forum  Deans & Associate Deans Teaching & Learning  Facilitated by Dr Gary Williams, Co-Head CALT  Academic reference group  Hobart, Launceston & Cradle Coast Campus  Educational Developers/ Admin staff ref group  Technical reference group  Student reference group  Website with regular blog updates  Staff and student survey 33

34 Contact For further information please contact:


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