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TEL case studies
These case studies summarise how a tutor has used learning technology in around one side of A4 text plus some screenshots where applicable. The aims are to showcase innovation and good practice from around the University, to provide examples for staff development sessions and hopfully to inspire you to develop your use of learning technologies.

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This is Me: Digital Identities
Your Digital Identity is everything you create on the Web, but also what other people might say about you there. Photographs on social networking sites, logs of chatroom conversations, newspaper articles about your role in a play, or your sporting victory. Even if you don't post material to the Web yourself, there is a good chance somebody else does, and we believe it is worth knowing about some of the issues. This workbook is designed to help you raise your level of awareness and to think about some of the ways your DI might be affected. There are two workbooks linked here; one for students generally and one for students studying for the health professions.

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iSolutions Seminar June 2010
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Online Discussions Replacing Tutorials for Large Cohorts - Melanie Ashleigh
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Audiology Videos
These three videos show how a Spirit hearing aid is fitted and calibrated.

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Online Practicals to Support Labs - Matthew Bellamy
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Problem-Based Learning Using CaseMaker - Richard Collier
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Report on Blackboard 9 Configuration Options
This report was written by Matt Deeprose of iSolutions and lists the significant configuration options available.

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Pearson e-book to support students - Patrick Doncaster
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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PowerPoint and skeleton notes - Patrick Doncaster
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Online Discussions for Large Cohorts - Ian Harwood
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Collaborative Projects Using Wikis - Simon Kemp
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Encouraging Students Academic Integrity - Samuel Leung
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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The University and How We Interact With It
This is a presentation I put together to get students thinking about their digital university experience. The resulting discussions will be used to inform a survey sent out to all students to find out what parts of the digital university experience are important to them.

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Using Blogs to Share and Discuss Experimental Data - Cameron Neylon
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Using wikis to support a field trip - Joel Parker
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Discovery-Based Learning - Daniel Rowan
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Peer Feedback for Group Projects - Kenji Takeda
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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A guide to making your e-thesis available
This 10-minute presentation introduces e-theses, outlines their benefits and the issues they raise and describes the process requird to create and submit them. It is available as an Adobe Presenter slideshow, as an MP4 video and as a YouTube video with optional captions for accessibility.

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Assessment and Feedback for the CIP: educational issues
This 11-minute video focuses on how self and peer assessment could be used as an integral part of CIP modules, and discusses some innovative methods for assessing written work. The first link is to the native Panopto podcast, which requires the Silverlight player to be installed. The second link is the MP4 video version of the podcast, which should play on all PCs, Macs and suitable mobile devices. This share also includes links to the papers discussed in the video - these are also provided at the end of the script.

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Assessment and Feedback for the CIP: learning technologies
This 11-minute video provides some guidance on the learning technologies available at Southampton that can be used to support assessment and feedback. It was produced using the Panopto lecture capture system. The first link is to the native Panopto podcast, which requires the Silverlight player to be installed. The second link is the MP4 video version of the podcast, which should play on all PCs, Macs and suitable mobile devices. This share also provides a link to the video's script.

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Blackboard 9 Control Panel
The first 3-minute video in a series introducing the new featurs of Blackboard 9.

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Blackboard 9 Course Menu
This 6-minute video is the fifth in a series introducing the new features of Blackboard 9. It shows the new default course menu items and shows how to adapt these after rolling over an existing course.

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Blackboard 9 Drag and Drop
The fourth 3-minute video in a series introducing the new featurs of Blackboard 9.

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Blackboard 9 Edit Mode
The second3-minute video in a series introducing the new featurs of Blackboard 9.

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Blackboard 9 File Manager
This video shows you how to use the new File Manager function in Blackboard 9, including its use with multi-file Learning Objects.

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Blackboard 9 Modify Button
The third 3-minute video in a series introducing the new featurs of Blackboard 9.

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Blackboard for teaching and learning
A slideshow and supporting handout used in a workshop that discusses how Blackboard can be used to effectively support student learning.

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Controlling Access to Panopto Recordings
This 6-minute video shows tutors how they can control access to recordings made using panopto. They can disable access completely, restrict access to specific individuals or make a recording available to anyone in the world.

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Fixing Issues with Turning Point (Zapper) Presentations
This video offers advice about problems that might be encountered when running a presentation that was developed in Turning Point 4.0 on a computer with version 4.2 installed. NOTE: With the upgrade to version 4.3, Turning Point now <b>automatically</b> fixes these issues when you load an older presentation. Hurrah!

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How to Make a Panopto Recording Offline
This 7-minute video shows you how to make a recording using Panopto in locations where you have no internet access, such as another institution or on a field trip. It also shows you how to upload the recording when you get back to your office.

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How to edit a Panopto recording.
This 8-minute video shows you how to edit a recording made using the Panopto lecture capture system. You can access the recording via its Blackboard course, trim the start and end points, remove sections from the middle, and save the edit as a new (separate) version.

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Module Evaluation template for use with zappers
This PowerPoint file can be used to run an end-of-module evaluation survey with the students providing their feedback using Turning Point zappers. It includes all the questions from the standard university survey (2011) except the three that require free-text-entry. You will need to edit the template so that it includes your module name and tutor name(s) - you may want to edit or delete some of the questions as well.

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Module evaluation template (for placements) using zappers
This PowerPoint file can be used to run an end-of-module evaluation survey with the students providing their feedback using Turning Point zappers. It was developed for use in Health Sciences and includes questiosn specific to work placements. You will need to edit the template so that it includes your module name and tutor name(s) - you may want to edit or delete some of the questions as well.

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Panopto and Podcasts
This 4-minute video shows students how they can access and download the MP3 and MP4 podcasts produced by Panopto. It also shows tutors how to disable podcasts if they wish.

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Panopto lecture capture: How to control access to your recordings
This short 3-minute video show how you can make a recording available to anyone on the internet and how to restrict access again. It also shows how to disable and re-enable student access to a specific recording.

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The legal aspects of lecture capture
This short 7-minute video outlines the main legal issues around lecture capture: copyright, student rights and lecturer rights. It includes detailed advice about the types of material that you should not record, as well as showing how to check whether material can be used.

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Using Participant Lists with Turning Point Zappers
This 11-minute video shows you how to create a participant list that will enable you to record the scores of individual students as they answer a series of questions in a Tuning Point presentation. It shows you how those students can register their handsets in-class, so that you can distribute the handsets quickly at the start of the session.

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Zapper quick tutorial
Just a quick-and-dirty video showing how to create questions on-the-fly in Turning Point

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Self-study Language Modules Using Blackboard - Julie Watson
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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