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  • 1. The 7Cs of Learning Design:Learning Design workshop Aalborg 23rd April 2012Background info and more resources availablefrom

2. ConceptualiseWhat do we want to design, who for and why?Carpe Diem: 7Cs of learning Design Consolidate Evaluate and embed your design 3. Plenary workCourse team workSession 1(e-tivities)Overview of learning designMini-pres: background toworkshopIntro to e-tivity1 E-tivity 1: Consideryour Course FeaturesSession 2Review of Course FeaturesIntro to e-tivity2E-tivity 2: Develop your Course MapSession 3 Review completed course E-tivity 3: Do a Learningmaps Design Resource Audit Intro to e-tivity 3 4. Plenary work Course team workSession 4 (e-tivities) Review of completed resourceaudit Intro to e-tivity 4 E-tivity 4: Develop yourSession 5 Activity ProfileReview of Activity ProfilesIntro to e-tivity 5E-tivity 5: Develop your StoryboardSession 6Review of StoryboardsTask SwimlaneIntro to e-tivity6Stock-taking and target-setting E-tivity 6: Developfor next day your e-tivities 5. How to ruin a course 6. Background to the workshop A brief web tour: OULDI website Carpe Diem website 7Cs OER page Cloudworkscloudscape for this workshop (withlinks to extra background info, blogs, etc.) How to find the VLE for this workshop 7. Introduction to E-tivity 1: the Course Features template 8. Course Features resources 9. Course 10. Questions for reflection on Course Features e-tivity Did individuals in the teams have different viewson any of these key aspects? If so, what werethese? Did you understand any of the terms in differentways? If so, what were these? Did you have any ideas as to what the coloursrepresented? See next slide ;-) Did you have significantly more or fewer of anycolour? What might be the implications forlearners of this? 11. Course Features Key Green = Communication and collaboration Blue = Content and activities Purple = Reflection and demonstration Orange = Guidance and support 12. Introduction to E-tivity 2:Develop a Course Map 13. Course Map template 14. Course Map Example 15. Course Map resources 16. Review of Course Maps Discussion of Course Maps Have you revised your Course Features? 17. Introduction to E-tivity 3: Learning Design Resource Audit Format Content (under theText & graphics Audio Video Slides (e.g. Other (e.g. Adobeappropriate licences) PowerPoint)Presenter) OER for section 1. Reflective task fromWhat I find and reuseiTunesU resources for Slideshare resource for Organisation Xs source Z.Podcast for section issections 1 and 7. section Guidelines on assignment writing. OER for section 2.What I find, tweak and Assessment rubric from W.What I find, repurposeNew podcast based on Slides adapted from OER for section 3.and use X. resource Y.What I create for this Introduction to all5 to 8-minuteA 5-minute talkingSupport slides forDetailed presentationsmodule sections of the module.summaries of key head to introduce the sections 4, 7 and 8.for sections 2, 3 and 6. 5 e-tivities. Summaries. points per section.programme and the Assessment rubrics.Advice and guidanceacademic team.for assessment.Feedback on draftassignments. 18. Review of Resource Audits Discussion of Resource Audits Have you revised your Course Features? Have your Course Maps changed? 19. Introduction to E-tivity4: Develop your Activity Profile 20. Activity Profile Resources 21. Review of Activity Profiles Discussion of Activity Profiles Have you revised your Course Features? Have your Course Maps changed? Do you need to modify your LD ResourceAudit? 22. LearningoutcomesSTART END Assessment 23. Storyboard template 24. Review of the StoryboardsDiscussion of StoryboardsAs a result of the Storyboards, are any changesneeded to:your Course Features?your Course Maps?your LD Resource Audit?your Activity Profiles? 25. Task Swimlane: Mapping an activity at the micro-level 26. Intro to E-tivity 6: Develop your e-tivities