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[MUSIC] In this episode, we look at the pros and cons of two different types of
learning environments. The first is a learning management system,
this is also known as a virtual learning
environment. And this is very much a centralized secure
environment. It can only be accessed by students and
staff from the University using a login. The second is free open-access
environment. These include Web 2.0 technologies,
mobile technologies, and so forth. And these can be used by anyone. In this episode, we look at the key
benefits of using each of these. And we also offer some key considerations
that you need to bear in mind when using these
technologies. >> There are things which a learning
management system does, particularly around guaranteed flows
of information to inform students. And the handling of assignments for
example. Which no kind of stand alone software can
do as well. >> It has that authentication. It has those protected walls, which
provide an environment which is safe enough for a
student to feel like they can actually post work, be identified, without any pressure from
the public. >> It has the the statistical analysis to
assess participation. Previously I had to go through myself and
tick off when people were logging on. However this provides a bit more of a
holistic learning experience. >> With Blackboard I can, I can go and see people who know Blackboard and so,
there's a certain amount of support, that I'm not
sure I would get with something I was just choosing
for myself. >> Blackboard of course, you pay. You pay a license for it. It's clearly not free. And you, often is the case that you gotta have people in your institution,
supporting the technology. >> You know a system that, that I might
not be familiar with, or I might not like, I might not
feel comfortable using. >> A learning management system is at the end of the day a very artificial piece of
software. It gathers together into one little box, a
lot of facilities that you can find and use online, in a, in a
normal way. >> The ability to collaborate and innovate
is much stronger now than it was before pre-existing web to
collaboration technologies. >> This is stuff that I can implement
easily and quickly myself. >> It's how students are already familiar
with, and so, if I can package that as part of the online learning, I usually
find that the transition is much smoother. And it's a more lively experience. >> It's engaging with students in spaces
that they feel comfortable in, and are already
using has to bring some kind of benefits. >> We are the generation that kind of grew
on internet. With Facebook, with YouTube, with MySpace. I think we're really used to the structure of all these websites and how they all
work. >> There is a huge cloud of computing
possibilities out there, that don't have to go through a
university system. That's fine. It's great to take those opportunities,
particularly for communication. The difficulty comes when you start to
engage in assessment, and when you have things that have to be
tracked by the University, that have to be kept as
a record, that have to be there in case
there's a dispute. >> If the software is free, you might
still find there's, there's a hidden cost to running it, and
running it properly. >> Staff, will need to understand that,
that what is seen as being innovative today, in a
year's time, won't be. How we broker and work with external
web-tour environments, to allow our universities to interface readily to
the digital world of the population. >> Is to blend together the basics of what you would do with a learning
management system. And the critical use, at the right time
and place in our curriculum, of the, the real software
which makes the Internet work. >> I go back to the idea of an environment
that's a safe, structured environment, which has lots of scope for
creativity and for, for options within it. >> So we throw wikis, blogging, online
conferences, the use of real time video interaction into the mix,
but we don't just rely on the LMS. We can't afford to continue to develop and
shift out technology at the rate that a company like Google
can, for example. We're far better to interface with what
they're developing. [BLANK_AUDIO]

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