Module Design Resources

Module Learning Experience Map (Excel spreadsheet in zip file):
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  • To automatically populate the dates in your Experience map, change the first date by typing in the field editor (setup for a weekly session, you may need to adjust the dates, if your teaching format differs from this).
    Screenshot showing editing a field in Excel
  • Feel free to change the blue shaded sections to reflect university holidays and reading weeks. The yellow section represents an exam week, but again you can customise this according to your needs.

Selected slides from M.Willmer and F.MacNeill’s CLT presentation providing examples of the stages in the Experience Mapping Process:
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Module Tweet Worksheet used in the Fdsn Production meeting (SEE Young and Perović, 2018):
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Time well spent worksheet based on How (2018; SEE reference to original blog post below):
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A template for creating a welcome banner for your module in PowerPoint:
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PDF version of the 1 Hour to feed your module redux presentation:
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Accessible module handbook example:
SS556 – Psychology of Security_share-1u1jcxz

Making PowerPoint Better in PowerPoint – SEE presenter notes for suggested improvements per page:
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The PDF copy – to show how presenter notes can be included to provide more study/revision guidance as an alternative to busy slides:
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Just for fun – Fiona’s Reading Simulator:
http://two-artists.com/Fiona_MacNeill/dyslexic-irlen/

In the simulator above hover your mouse over the word ‘tinted’ to see the difference.

References

How, C. (2018) ‘Beat the clock with Time Well Spent’, ClearLeft. Available at: https://clearleft.com/posts/beat-the-clock-with-time-well-spent (Accessed 21 January, 2019)

Kalbach, J. (2016) Mapping experiences a complete guide to creating value through journeys, blueprints & diagrams. Sebastopol, CA: O’Reilly Media.

Salmon, G. (2004) E-tivities: the key to active online learning. Abingdon: Routledge.

Salmon, G. (2011) E-moderating: the key to teaching and learning online, 3rd ed. New York: Routledge.

Salmon, G. (2016) Carpe Diem – A team based approach to learning design. Available at: https://www.gillysalmon.com/carpe-diem.html (Accessed: 21 January 2019).

Strohfeldt, K. and Pye, R. (2018) Large Classroom Education Toolkit. https://www.reading.ac.uk/web/files/cqsd/V4_Interactive_Education_Toolkit.pdfAvailable at: (Accessed: 24 January 2019).

Student Success Toolbox (2016) The toolkit. Available at: www.studentsuccess.ie (Accessed: 21 January 2019).

Young, C. and Perović, N. (2018) ABC LD toolkit 2018. Available at: https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/abc-ld/home/abc-ld-toolkit/ (Accessed: 21 January 2019).

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