[Xerte] Re: FW: Student Generated Content
Julian.Tenney at nottingham.ac.uk
Thu Nov 8 11:53:01 GMT 2012
We found it effective outside of multimedia courses, where you might expect some exposure to authoring tools: in modern languages we found that getting students to create exercises encouraged critical thinking (about the key points, the things they found hard) and collaboration and problem solving, all good stuff, which made the learning more effective than if they had simply taken some materials. The old adage: you learn a lot when you teach.
From: xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Brane Šmitek
Sent: 08 November 2012 11:12
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Subject: [Xerte] Re: FW: Student Generated Content
Personally I involved students in the production of e-learning materials at the subject Multimedia systems.
They produced E-learning materials under my supervision. The focus of work is not on the content of materials,
but on the manufacturing techniques and the use of multimedia elements in the production.
In the current academic year I planned to use XOT as a tool for producing e-learning materials.
Currently I trying to provide server and software required for the job. Work with students will begin in January 2013.
Branislav SMITEK Ph.D.
University of Maribor
FACULTY OF ORGANIZATIONAL SCIENCES
Kidriceva cesta 55/a
tel: +386 4 237 42 63
fax: +386 4 237 42 99
e-mail: brane.smitek at fov.uni-mb.si<mailto:brane.smitek at fov.uni-mb.si>
From: xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk<mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk> [mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Julian Tenney
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 11:11 AM
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Subject: [Xerte] FW: Student Generated Content
I've long been a proponent of getting students to create their own content: I know some of you are too. Has anyone got any hard evidence to back up a claim that this can positively impact students learning? I have seen hard evidence before from at least two sources, one study undertaken here at Nottingham (in Modern Languages), but I can't remember where I saw the other one - was it someone here?
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