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Students as agents of change: Experiences of co-producing a mOOC

Natalie Lafferty & Annalisa Manca University of Dundee

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The tale of our evolving journey supporting students to develop open online learning

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Dundee School of Medicine - strong tradition of supporting peer-led learning approaches & peer tutoring

Learning resources developed as part of student self-proposed student selected component (SSC) projects Integrated into teaching

Peer learning in Web 2.0 WorldDundeePRN Developed by students supported by staff

Issues of professionalism, responsibility for content, interprofessional working and effective collaboration have all come to the fore for the group. Overall, we firmly believe that developing student-led e-learning and online professionalism can provide an avenue through which young professionals can develop lifelong learning skills, experience continuing professional development and learn and work in a professional community.

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Community of practice in learning began to developStudents Teachers Educationalists Ed Technologists

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Success can lead to problems and frustrations

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Student interest and enthusiasm can come in waves

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Time reinventing wheels

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How could we develop a sustainable approach to supportingstudents as producers of learning?

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HEA Project Students as partners in the curriculum

JISC 2009 Students should play a role in working with teachers to develop teaching and learning delivery by working in partnership with them.

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Concept: co-create a series of mini open online courselets to develop the skills of a digital teacher supported by open badgesCopyrightIntroduction to copyright issues, Creative Commons, patient consent etcManaging resourcesPresentations/Learning designDeveloping online activitiesFormative assessmentFeedbackAccessibility, usability fonts, colour schemesCognitive load, multimedia design principlesRunning a Twitter chat, using a blog to support learning activitiesHow to write a good assessment questions, eg MCQsIncorporating feedback into your learning resource/activity and different forms of feedbackSearching for resources, managing & curating resourcesProposed mini OOC topics

Content for each OOC co-created with studentsand alpha tested with students

Beta version hosted on WordPress

ITERATIVE CYCLES: testing and refining

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DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES

SSC The doctor as a digital teacherOpportunity to test and evaluate mini OOC topics

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Exploration and discussion of general educational principles, which serve as a basis for the development of any digital teaching activityDeveloping online activitiesFormative assessmentFeedbackRunning a Twitter chat, using a blog to support learning activitiesHow to write a good assessment questions, eg MCQsIncorporating feedback into your learning resource/activity and different forms of feedbackTESTING mini OOC topics

CopyrightIntroduction to copyright issues, Creative Commons, patient consent etcManaging resourcesPresentations/Learning designAccessibility, usability fonts, colour schemesCognitive load, multimedia design principlesSearching for resources, managing & curating resources

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OBSERVATION AND ANALYSIS

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ITERATIVE CYCLES: testing and refining

2015Testing with staff: mini OOC topics as part of an online CPD course

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Things weve learned on this latest leg of our journeyREFLECTION

Assumptions Students are not all digital maestros

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Need to run sessions on how to set up a blog before we run the mini OOCs with students and staff in the open

Encouraging reflective practice 39

EMPLOYABILITY SKILLShttp://www.flickr.com/photos/naturewise/6219571665/

(Siemens 2005; Sandars 2009)

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All 5 students asked to continue the experience by developing 4th Year Projects and keen to contribute to further development of the mini OOCs and be mentors

Still under construction an evolving ecosystem

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