Interactive Images in the Medical Sciences Division

Interactive Images in the Medical Sciences Division

The TE3 Project: A Practical Example of Sharing Learning Materials Dr Kelly Smith University of Birmingham Dr Mike Clements Staffordshire University www.te3.bham.ac.uk Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education

7th April 2005 The TE3 Project TE3 funds projects across the twelve consortium members of the Mercia Institute of Enterprise to integrate technology into the teaching and learning of enterprise and entrepreneurship.

Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Consortium Members

Aston University The Open University The University of Birmingham The University of Central England in Birmingham Coventry University

The University of Keele Staffordshire University The University of Warwick The University of Wolverhampton Harper Adams University College Newman College University College Worcester Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 What is Enterprise Education?

Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 What is Enterprise Education?

Invention and innovation Writing a business plan Obtaining finance Marketing Employing staff Legal issues E-commerce

Interprise Social Enterprise Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 What is Enterprise Education? Tom Byers, Technology Ventures, Stanford Creativity and opportunity evaluation Real-time strategy and decision making Comfort with change and chaos Teamwork

Evangelism, selling, negotiation and motivation through influence and persuasion Oral and written communication Basics of start-up finance and accounting Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 What is Technology Enhancement? On-line or CD-Rom materials HTML, Word, PowerPoint, PDF documents Video or audio clips

Images, graphs and animations Content packages On-line tasks and activities Synchronous and asynchronous discussion Quizzes Weblogs NOT just lecture slides on the web Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Current Study

To investigate ease of transfer of content and quizzes between Blackboard and WebCT and vice versa Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Blackboard to WebCT Mike Clements set up content and quiz in TE3 WebCT course directly Staffordshire University have disabled

IMS export menus and tools for academics within Blackboard IT department exported entire course and content package and quiz separately Currently unable to import into WebCT Campus Edition 4.1 or WebCT Vista Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 WebCT to Blackboard Can export content package from WebCT BUT

Note also that the learning object export function of Campus Edition 4.1 is aimed at exchanging learning objects between different WebCT versions (Campus and Vista) and different WebCT installations. So it spits out IMS content packages with proprietary extensions that are unlikely to work with IMS compliant content packaging tools from other vendors. The exported packages are not LRN compliant either. Centre for Educational Technology Interoperability Standards http://www.cetis.ac.uk/ Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education

7th April 2005 WebCT to Blackboard So far, Staffordshire IT unable to import WebCT or Reload content packages into Blackboard, or WebCT IMS quizzes Still investigating Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005

Reload JISC funded initiative Allows you to set up resources and organisations to import into other learning platforms Produces a content package to IMS specifications Package includes content files, associated resources such as images, and a manifest document to show how the files and resources are linked together into an organisation

Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Reload and VLEs Reload packages cannot be easily imported into WebCT CE 4.1 but can be into WebCT Vista as SCORM WebCT CE 4.1 content cannot easily be opened within Reload Butcan alter the manifest document to replace Reload metadata with WebCT CE 4.1 metadata

Can alter manifest to open Blackboard package within Reload, but, so far, cant preview or use Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Reload and VLEs Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Reload and VLEs

Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Reload and VLEs Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Respondus Software developed to create quizzes,

assessments, and surveys Allows you to publish to various VLEs including WebCT Allows you to import from an IMS QTI file Allows you to save to an IMS QTI file Problems with importing from Blackboard XML files Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Respondus

Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Respondus Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Respondus

Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Respondus Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Other Issues Institutional policy Need for institution specific information

Need to use specific software (e.g. Reload, Respondus, Flash) and use specific technologies (e.g. XHTML, IMS) IT or departmental support Copyright and IPR Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 TE3 Solution Re-write content taking out institution-specific terms and

styles Make resources as simple as possible Identify potential problems with copyright Package using Reload Alter IMS manifests as appropriate Also provide zip file of all HTML files, images and documents with ordered filenames Provide information on context and use of materials at original institution Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005

TE3 Solution Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Conclusions Sharing materials is not straight forward! Support processes need to be considered Non-technical issues such as institutional policy, need for institution-specific

information, copyright and IPR, can impact on the success of a technical solution Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Poll Would you wish to use materials developed elsewhere? Would you be willing to make your materials available to others

Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 Discussion Questions 1. Do you have any experience of developing or using sharable materials? 2. What are the advantages of sharing materials? 3. What are the barriers to sharing materials?

Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005 The TE3 Project: A Practical Example of Sharing Learning Materials Dr Kelly Smith University of Birmingham Dr Mike Clements Staffordshire University

www.te3.bham.ac.uk Technology Enhanced Enterprise Education 7th April 2005

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