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Developing an e-Learning culture @ HRC by Mind Map: Developing an 
e-Learning culture
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Developing an e-Learning culture @ HRC

HRC's new build is up. How do we develop an e-Learning culture across the College?

A Managed Learner Journey

MIS supports usage, monitoring and tracking of learners and their progress

Effective whole College system for agreeing/ revising targets

Assessment schemes are standardised!?

Central Learning Resources

Physical

Classroom SMART Board

Portable Netbook PCs

Other devices

Online

Fast, intuitive, 24/7 access, Collated and indexed in-house, External subscriptions accessed under HRC login, Individuals share resources across HRC

Blended Learning

Blended Learning = A combination of face to face learning and planned online activity

Tutor

Learner

The VLE (MOODLE)

All FT and substantial PT courses have a MOODLE 'course' automatically

All MOODLE courses are used to at least a minimum standard, Contains SOW, Contains all presentations/ lesson notes and links, Contains all assignment briefs, Contains all homework tasks, 1 on-line activity (minimum)

Some MOODLE courses

StudyNet (HE)

Minimum: Modules contain all lecture notes and slides

Online submission of work

Professional Development

All tutors have a minimum e-learning skillset

Defined July 2009

Comprehensive training programme for all college systems

Opportunities/ expectations to share e-Learning practice

Whole College e-Learning Forums Departmental events

Peer and Online Support

Online material and case studies help staff to develop and learn from colleagues at an appt. time and in a convenient location

Critical understanding of adoption & impact

Learner feedback

Compare learner perceptions of the value of technology in their learning over time Polls and focus groups capture information as necessary to inform decisionmaking

Surveys, Startup, Mid-year, End of year

Focus groups

Polls, StudentNet, Course based (Moodle)

Generator assessments

enables us to compare perceptions/ developments across the College

Academic departments, Subject areas

Support departments, Staff Development, Teacher Training, ILT Support

Senior Management

Moodle Statistics

Gives us tutor vs student stats,

Course reviews

Focus on how e-Learning is used.

Communication

Personalisation

StudentNet

StaffNet

Progress Review

Clarity of expectations

of Students by Staff

of Staff by the College