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Jisc DigiFest 2015: DigiPals Presentation
Transcript of Jisc DigiFest 2015: DigiPals Presentation
Samsung TVs start inserting ads into your movies
- a free and easy way to discover, share and remember art you like.
Thought you could watch that video on your local hard drive without ads? Think again: A number of owners of Samsung’s smart TVs are reporting this week that their TV sets started to interrupt their movie viewing with Pepsi ads, which seem to be dynamically inserted into third-party content.
Microsoft's holographic computer headset, 'HoloLens'
Imagine you're wearing sunglasses with completely transparent lenses, and overlaid on the world in front of you is a rectangular box. That rectangular box is your window into Microsoft's "mixed" version of reality, we think its insane, imagine the possibilities, take a look...
All work and no play?
Try a quiz!
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HTC One M9 will be built for 4K and boast blazing speeds
Many people around the college know you as 'Mr. Moodle' but what is your official job title?
My official job title is Digital Learning Resource Developer. That means I am all things Moodle for Blackburn College. I do server administration, I do code updating, I write code and bespoke code. I also do the front end administration for college within Moodle. If it's Moodle it comes through me.
Something about ensuring that student and staff can access and devlop their T&L environemnt and make learning more accessible and more interactive.
It's that time of year again where some of the biggest names in the Android mobile space push their latest flagship handset to the masses. Expect big things in the coming weeks. While Samsung is thought to be prepping at least one Galaxy S6 and Sony has a new Xperia Z4 in the pipeline, HTC has its own One brand due for the annual refresh.
Cai Rourke chats with Edd Talbot,
a member of the Blackburn College Blended Learning Team, about the power of Moodle.
What can Moodle do for you?
Revisit work covered in class to check your learning.
The calendar system lets you record important dates and reminders.
Teachers can put wider reading and extension activities on Moodle.
There are quizzes, forums, polls and much more to help you get the best out of your time at Blackburn College.
It can be used at college, home, on the bus and is compatible with most devices.
I'm very excited to announce the release of the very first edition of Digi-Know?
We, the Digipals, are a team of tech-savvy students with one goal in mind-improving your learning experiences through technology. We have been working hard with staff and students across the college to bring together a comprehensive collection of resources and articles about technology (with some fun stuff thrown in too!). Explore the links above and let us know what you think on Facebook or Twitter.
Student Digipal Team
Apps can help you to revise, organise your life and make homework easier. Here are the top five for this month...
- Revise your notes wherever you are. Teachers and students can create quizzes, polls and space races with ease.
-a firm favourite of the Digipals. Make your own flashcards to revise key terminology. There are thousands of ready-made ones too!
-we've all been there!
You spent all night on that
assignment and it's not there when
you plug in your pendrive the following day! Now you can save all your work to the Onedrive Cloud and access work anywhere. Genius!
A student Digipal publication...
Cloud storage will minimise the risk of lost work. The best ones are Onedrive, Dropbox, Googledrive and Evernote. You can save your work anywhere and access it on all your devices.
is sponsored by:
Embedding technology in staff and student practice.
To learn more, click here...
To learn more, click here...
When researching, you need to make sure you are using a valid source. Look for sites ending in:
These are usually from colleges, universities and government bodies.
The internet can be a minefield for beginners. Here are 3 basic tips to help you
If you have a question... post it on our FB page or tweet it to @DigiPals and we will put it in our next issue.
Meet the DigiPals team...
Ensure a website is secure before sharing your personal details or bank details. Look for the 'https' at the start of the web address and a gold padlock which indicates it is secure.
Using your college email address provides you with FREE:
- 1 TB of storage
- Microsoft suite (word, powerpoint, excel, onenote etc)
Why is Moodle important?
What Moodle does is bring blended learning to Blackburn College and to the rest of the world. It will enhance the class room and allow students to learn in a more effective and flexible way.
How do you think Moodle can be used more in the classroom?
At Blackburn College we have quite sporadic use of technology. We need to get people moving away from Microsoft word and PDFs and consider the accessibility of other materials they can use. We can then get staff and students using their own devices in the classroom because Moodle resources are compatible with mobile devices.
Moodle has so many resources available to staff and students. How long was it in development for?
It's in constant development, it changes as a major update comes out every 6 months, minor updates are done on a weekly basis. We are constantly amending the code in the background.
How do you think Moodle can be improved?
You can look at any software and find faults. There are still areas of Moodle that are a little bit clunky. But they are improving all the time. We encourage staff and students to give feedback and shape the future of Moodle.
This is what you said in our recent survey...
How to access and use student OneDrive
Our Submission video for a bid to...
QR Codes: How to use and create
Click this link...
Students as drivers of change
The aim of this project is to support a cross college CultureShift, embedding learning technology within staff and student practice.
Conference for staff and students to present findings
Build external collaborative groups
Student Voice informs strategy and vision...
This is captured via numerous methods... surveys, weekly DigiPals meetings, all student reps invited to Principals Breakfast - You said... We did..., Moodle Polls etc.
DigiPals Mission of the Week
Founded 126 years ago
Approx. 15,000 students
1,200 Staff - 800 teaching staff
Pre-entry to Masters levels
Town campus consisting of 10 buildings
Vocational, Sixth Form, University, Commercial and International
Our drivers for using technology...
Should enable us to deliver cheaper, deeper, faster, more relevant learning
Should enable us to reach a wider catchment area
Should make Blackburn College a must place to study
Should enable students: to find information, to create, to critique and share knowledge
Should bring joy and engagement, some fun and playfulness
Should enable them to learn inside AND beyond the classroom
Should enable staff to create more stimulating and interactive lessons
Should provide further opportunities for collaboration on global level
Should inject more fun - ultimately making their lessons more exciting and interesting to deliver
Changing the Learning Landscape is about enabling higher education institutions in England, including colleges of further education providing higher education, to bring about change in their strategic approaches to technology in learning and teaching.
Culture Shift - Part 1
Culture Shift - Part 2
Building on the success and popularity of the DigiPals we wrote a bid to develop a CPD programme.
A CPD programme delivered by 10 DigiPals (four staff and six students) to roll out professional development on the use of technology for learning. The ‘DigiPals’ will foster collaboration internally and externally and bridge the gap between teachers, learners and technical teams. They will work as a collective team, in partnership with the Blended Learning Team and Computer Services department, to create learning opportunities in safe environments. They will support teachers, trainers, assessors and learners to develop new skills, gain confidence and trial new approaches to technology enhanced learning.
Annual Research identifying 10 emerging technologies that will impact on education over the next 5 years...
Research by New Media Consortium...
750 technology experts from colleges and universities in over 40 countries
Dawn of the DigiPals...
Students who actively promote technology across College... digital champions, affectionately known as DigiPals.
They represent the students on College on committees, focus groups and College events from a digital learning perspective.
Specialist DigiPal skills
Does it impact positively on your learning?
Do you ITL lessons?
Do you enjoy it?
1. access and consistency
2. student satisfaction
3. appropriateness for learning
The role of DigiPals:
Whats can the DigiPals do for you?
DigiPal: ...from Technophobe to technophile
4 Staff DigiPals
6 Student DigiPals
12 Teaching Staff Volunteers
24 Learners (2 learners per staff)
12 modules (1 module each)
(obs grade, retention, achievement, moodle engagement, iPad utilisation etc)
Individual Self-Assessment Tool test
Scheme of work/lesson plans
Bespoke training by DigiPals
Communities of Practice
3 little questions for our learners...
Our meet the DigiPals team video...
Here's how we
spread the word...