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MOOC Themes
This is a collection of themes around the evolution of MOOCs, captured in Feb 2014.

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An Introduction to Learning Technology
A few slides used in 2013 class to introduce the subject of learning technology

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Example Technical Report
Technical Report for Use in COMP1205 Examination 2013

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The Open Education Movement: OERs and MOOCs
This presentation is based around a conference keynote presentation developed in April 2013.

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Group Work and Time Management
Presentation motivating the activities around group work /teamwork and personal managment

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Formal Technical Report Writing, Referencing and Academic integrity
How to present a technical report and maintain academic integrity - supported by a range of on-line activities

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7 Tips for Finding a Job After College
A good discussion of things you can do while at University to improve your opportunities when you leave university. Written from an American viwpoint but mostly still valid

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COMP1205 W1 Independent Learning and Using Your Time
An introduction to learning at University

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Introduction to Professional Issues COMP 1205
Explains how this module is organised, and the motivation

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How to setup eFolio so that you can do Module assignments
This document is under test

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CITE Away Day Presentation
This presentation was delivered by Professor Hugh Davis at the first CITE Away Day. The Away Day took place on Wednesday 17 October, 2012 at the Dolphin Hotel, Southampton, 10:00-4:00. The participants were 21 members of CITE and facilitation was provided by Kate Dickens (who is also a member of CITE).

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CITE and educational transformation
Presentation given by Professor Hugh Davis to the University Strategic Research Group for the Digital Economy monthly lunch meeting on Monday 24 September 2012. This session provided an update on the evolution of the University Centre for Innovation in Technologies and Education (CITE) in September 2012.

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Does Facebook ruin your job Prospects?
News Report: Every Potential 2040 President Already Unelectable Due To Facebook:YouTube fake American news item (2min 39secs) in which all possible candidates are excluded because of something they show on Facebook. And Could your Facebook page ruin your job prospects? - A Guardian article that suggests that employers may be more tolerant than supposed.

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Institutional Personal Learning Environments – Paradise or Paradox? A Digital Literacies Perspective
This was my keynote presentation at Computer Supported Education (CSEDU) 2012, in Porto. It looks at the importance of digital literacies and how VLEs do not support their developmeng and looks at iPLEs as an alternative.

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Adaptation and Personalisation
(with notes in powerpoint)

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Personal Learning Environments and Digital Literacies
This is a version of a seminar/keynote talk I have given a few times. It argues that VLEs are no longer fit for purpose and that students should learn to take responsibility for their own toolsets.

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Learning Objects, Interoperability and Standards
An introduction/overview to the whole issue of learning objects, interoperability and IMS specifications in Learning Technology

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An Open Letter to Educators. Dan Brown's Rant about Universities
An (ex) student says what he thinks about the education systems and universities.

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Computer Assisted Assessement
Introduction for UG course on TEL

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Tools for Communication, Collaboration �and for Mobile Learning
Introduction as part of UG TEL course

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Models of Learning and Motivation
A brief skim through educational theory intended for students registered on a single module in Technology Enhanced Learning. Startes with Blooms taxonomy, travles through instructivism and constructivism and on to theories of motivation/

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Introduction to Research Methods
Just one lecture for first year. Its objective is to show that there exists more than on approach to tackling a research question - and that not all disciplines approach things the same way!

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Learning, Teaching and Lesson Planning
This resource was designed for use with MSc Web Scientists as an introduction to a coursework that requires them to produce some teaching materials.

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Timeline of Computing
Actually this is a timeline of Learning Technology but has all teh important dates in it

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Abstraction: From Transistors to Computers and from Bits to Programs
Takes the Tanenbaum (Structured Computer Organisation) approach to show how application of successive levels of abstraction allow us to understand how computers are made from transitors and how they are programmed.

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INFO 1010 CW3 Topics (2010)
List of topics for CW 3

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Programming & Software
An overview of programming and software development.

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Formal Reports and Presentations
An introductory guide to writing technical reports (including citation and referencing) and giving presentations

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Overview of the Southampton Learning Environment and EdShare
Created to inform the university on current progress on building the SLE and to encourage more use of EdShare

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Black Boxes and Abstraction or A quick run through how computers work
How we get from transistors through to logic gates to ALUs and memory to the stored program and the fetch execute cycle through to machine code and high level languages. Inspired by Tanenbaum's approach in "Structured Computer Organozation"

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Where are all these links taking us?
A perspective on Hypertext Research futures

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Web 2.0. What is it - and is it any different?
Looks at what Web 2.0 is, - people, business and technology and questions whether this is simply a continuation of Web 1.0

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Spatial and Temporal Hypermedia
Overview of early work on Spatial and Temporal hypermeida

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Open Hypertext
Lecture Notes on Open Hypertext

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A survey of First Year Students on Arrival
Used to make students aware of the demographics of their cohort - and trends from previous years.

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A guide to writing formal technical reports
A guide to writing formal technical reports for IT and CS students

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Projecting Yourself On-Line
Discusses the difference between how a student might project themself in social software and on a web page. Also discusses some of the risks of on-line presence.

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Approaches to Learning
Looks at some of the models of learning and discusses how they apply to university students

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INFO 1010 Introduction and An Introduction to Learning at University
Describes course objectives and looks at what it takes to be successful in learning at University

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Writing a Technical Report for Electronic and Electrical Engineers
Has a mixture of factual information (conventions on how a report should be structured) and motivational information on improving writing and communication skills

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Lecture on VLEs and MLEs
Powerpoint Lecture notes on Virtual Learning Environments and Managed Learning Environements

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Les Carr explains the moral high ground on open educational resources
In this video, taken in front of the Parthenon at the Acropolis in Athens, Su White interviews Les Carr about why he asserts that there is a moral duty for teachers who create educational content to put that content in the public domain, rather than hoarding it in their institution.

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A Day in the Life of a Student (2006)
This is self playing Powerpoint with sound, which was made by researchers in Learning Technology, in 2001, suggesting what the life of a student in 2006 might look like. It is interesting to see how far we have come (or not come) in the time since.

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How to Review a Paper
How to Review a Paper: A guide for newcomers and a refresher for the experienced.

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Things to do with your first personal tutorial
This is an idea list of things you might wish to talk about with your personal tutees in the first few tutorials. It originates from ECS (Dave de Roure and Hugh Davis in particular) so some of the ideas might be particular to that School. If you have suggestions you would wish to have added please email them to hcd@ecs.soton.ac.uk, or please feel free to copy any parts of the document and make a list specific to your school. Please enter the new list in EdShare!

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COMP3016 Web Technology - Strand 3 "History" Lecture 6
Lecture 6: Where are all the links taking us: Web Science Contains Powerpoint Lecture slides and Hypertext Research Papers: The Literati (The Cyberspace and critical theory website) (Eastgate website); Pervasive Hypertext at Southampton and at Aarhus; Adaptive Hypertext - The Next Big Thing: (De Bra & Chepegin, 2004); Web Science: Creating a Science of the Web (Berners-Lee, Hall, Hendler, Shadbolt & Weitzner, 2006).

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COMP3016 Web Technology - Strand 3 "History" Lecture 5
Lecture 5: Web 2.0 and Social Hypertext Contains Powerpoint Lecture slides and Hypertext Research Papers: What Is Web 2.0 Design Patterns and Business Models for the Next Generation of Software . Tim O'Reilly (2005); Web 2.0: Hypertext by Any Other Name? (Millard & Ross, 2006)

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COMP3016 Web Technology - Strand 3 "History" Lecture 4
Lecture 4: Ontological Hypertext and the Semantic Web Contains Powerpoint Lecture slides and Hypertext Research Papers: Conceptual linking: Ontology-based Open Hypermedia (Carr et al. 2001); CS AKTiveSpace: Building a Semantic Web Application (Glaser et al., 2004); The Semantic Web Revisited (Shadbolt, Hall and Berners-Lee, 2006); Mind the Semantic Gap (Millard et al., 2005).

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COMP3016 Web Technology - Strand 3 "History" Lecture 3
Lecture 3: Contributions of Pre WWW Research: Spatial Hypertext and Temporal Hypertext Contains Powerpoint Lecture slides and Hypertext Research Papers: Spatial [SPATIAL] VIKI: spatial hypertext supporting emergent structure (Marshall, 94); Towards Geo-Spatial Hypermedia: Concepts and Prototype Implementation, (Gronbaek et al. 2002); Cyber Geography and Better Search Engines; [TEMPORAL] Anticipating SMIL 2.0: The Developing Cooperative Infrastructure for Multimedia on the Web (Rutledge 1999); Its About Time: Link Streams as Continuous Metadata (Page et al., 2001); Everything You Wanted to Know About MPEG-7:Part 1 (Nack & Lindsay 1999)

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COMP3016 Web Technology - Strand 3 "History" Lecture 2
Lecture 1: Contributions of Pre WWW Research: Open Hypermedia Systems Contains Powerpoint Lecture slides and Hypertext Research Papers: Industrial Strength Hypermedia: Requirements for a Large Engineering Enterprise (Malcolm et al. 1991); Towards An Integrated Information Environment With Open Hypermedia Systems (Davis et al. 1992); Unifying Strategies for Web Augmentation (Bouvin 1999); Hyper-G (Adapted from Lowe and Hall); OHP:A Draft Proposal for a Standard Open Hypermedia Protocol (Davis et al. 1996); XML Linking (DeRose 99)

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COMP3016 Web Technology - Strand 3 "History" Lecture 1
Lecture 1: The Pioneers and History of Hypertext (pre-WWW) Contains Powerpoint Lecture slides and Hypertext Research Papers: Bush: As We may Think; Engelbart: NLS and A Framework for Augmenting Human Intelligence; Nelson: Xanalogical Structure; Conklin: A Survey of Hypertext; Halasz 1987: Reflections on NoteCards: Seven Issues for the Next Generation of Hypermedia Systems; Berners-Lee 1994 The World-Wide Web.

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