LTS - Some Tools, Technologies and Trajectories: Discussions and demonstrations

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Chris Pegler
8 May 2012

Where: Library Seminar Rooms 1 & 2/Library Interactive Learning Suite (ILS),
Walton Hall  (Both locations are on 2nd Floor of Library)

Time: 10.00 - 12.45 (Plenary sessions) - Seminar Rooms
            10.30 - 12.15 (Hands-on sessions) - ILS

Date:   23 May 2012

The plenary portion of this event will be recorded and will be made available to OU staff via Stadium.

This event provides an overview and hands-on view of technologies and tools developed by LTS. Further details will follow.

Time

Seminar Rooms 1-2

Library Interactive Learning Suite (ILS)

10–10.30         

(30 mins)

OpenStudio
Presenters:

Jamie Daniels, Jane Bromley

 

Story behind OS; how academic vision became a mainstream tool - this will look at how a tool has developed and been reused and repurposed across four and more modules.

 

 

10.30–10.45    

(15 mins)

Break

Demonstrations and hands-on with:

  • OpenStudio
  • Use of mapping
  • Sibelius software
  • Google apps
  • Annotate
  • Virtual Residential School

Demonstrators

Rob Barnes
Guy Barrett*
Greg Black
Jane Bromley
Jamie Daniels
Gerald Evans

Pete Mitton
Louise Olney*
Simon Rodwell

 

 

 

10.45–11.15    

(30 mins)

Non-text tools
Presenters:
Pete Mitton, Simon Rodwell, Teg Lansdell

 

• Use of mapping
• Sibelius software

11.15–11.30    

(15 mins)

Break

11.30–12.00    

(30 mins)

Study aids
Presenters:

Gerald Evans, Louise Olney*,

Rob Barnes  

 

• Google Apps
• Annotate
• Virtual Residential School

 

This will look at how the decisions about whether to make walled garden OU tools or use/adapt others happens and offer examples.

12–12.15         

(15 mins)

Break

12.15–12.45    

(30 mins)

Open discussion: “What else could LTS be doing?”

Presenters:
Pete Mitton, Jim Ellis,  Ekkehard Thumm, David Wilson*

 

 

 

* speaker /demonstrator to be confirmed

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