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Xerte Talking, 24th and 26th June 2014

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Presentation by Dr Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo and Dr Jamie Wood of University of Lincoln for Xerte Talking workshop at University of Lincoln, 24th and 26th June 2014: http://makingdigitalhistory.co.uk/projects/xerte-talking-students-producing-interactive-learning-resources/art-design-and-media-workshop-26th-june-2014/

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Xerte Talking, 24th and 26th June 2014

  1. 1. Xerte Talking 24th and 26th June 2014 Dr Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo Dr Jamie Wood School of Humanities, History
  2. 2. Context • HEA/JISC Digital Literacies in the Disciplines programme • Project in History at Lincoln: Making Digital History • Follow-on funding from UoL Fund for Educational Development: Xerte Talking • To extend and share learning from Making Digital History project and other DLinD projects
  3. 3. Programme (24th June) • 11.00: Introduction (ALS and JW) • 11.10-11.30: Dr David Lewis and students (University of Leeds) • 11.30-12.15: delegate producing resources with Xerte • 12.15-13.00: showcasing resources and discussion • 13.00: lunch • 13.25-13.40: Student Ambassadors from Lincoln presenting their experience with Xerte • 13.40-14.00: discussion and conclusions http://makingdigitalhistory.co.uk/
  4. 4. Programme (26th June) • 11.00: introduction (ALS and JW) • 11.10-12.10: Sarah Atkinson, Adam Bailey and students (University of Brighton) – Media • 12.10-13:00: Bob Ridge-Stearn (Newman University) – Health Psychology • 13.00-13.20: lunch • 13.20-13.40: hands-on with Xerte • 13.40-14.00: discussion and conclusions • Homework! http://makingdigitalhistory.co.uk/
  5. 5. Xerte @ Lincoln • Open Educational Resource • Individual and/or group projects • Compulsory or optional • Level 1 and 2 and MA (for 2013-14)
  6. 6. Approaches
  7. 7. 1st Year Module: East meets West
  8. 8. Some results Skills No. Team working 67/81 Ability to present information 57/81 Knowledge of the subject 59/81 Ability to find and use both primary and secondary sources 60/81 Ability to use internet for research purposes 33/81 For project report see: http://bit.ly/1nxKu72
  9. 9. Other student comments - Xerte was one of the strength of this module - Xerte helped to enhance independent and creative ways of thinking - Improved ability to use different computer programmes and developed technical skills - More training would be useful (we only had a 50 min session at the beginning of the course)
  10. 10. https://xerte.lncd.lincoln.ac.uk/

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