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Web Support Forum

Round IV

Launceston

Tuesday 17 August

9.30am


11.30am

Hobart

Tuesday 31 August

9.30am


11.30am

Melanie Pittard


Manager, Web & Learning
Services

Cameron Sweeney


Web Marketing Project
Officer

IT Resources

webservices@utas.edu.au

09.30 Introduction & update on web services review

10.00 Web 2.0

10.30 Morning
Tea

10.50 LMS review

11.15 Question
time

11.30 Finish

Information Technology Resources

Web Services takes on
MyLO

to
become Web & Learning Services


Makes sense to have the two areas covered
by one team


2 managers now in place


More flexibility to cover services in busy
times


More opportunities for staff

Information Technology Resources

WSSAP principles


UTAS business strategy & reputation


Governance


Investment


Usability & standards


Performance & technology

Information Technology Resources

WSSAP

8 broad areas, with 14 objectives & 38 strategies:

1.
Governance, planning & policy (3)

2.
Organisation & communication (2)

3.
University reputation & promotion (2)

4.
UTAS web platform development (1)

5.
Web support for teaching, learning & the student
experience (2)

6.
Web Support for research and expertise (1)

7.
Information architecture (1)

8.
Information for effective web services planning (2)


Achievements since last time


Launch of new home page


Over 100 sites into the CMS


Ongoing Web 2.0 pilot


Social Media Guidelines endorsed at
WSSC


Faculty/school information architecture


Faculty/school design concepts


Achievements since last time


Training
-

Control Panel + Writing for
the Web (over 150 people)


Advanced Training


MATR101


20
people


Upcoming activities


Continued roll out of new sites in the CMS

www.web
-
services.utas.edu.au/webservices
-
review/sites
-
developed
-
by
-
web
-
services


Training


online component


Decommissioning of the FCMS & Babel


Auditing of re
-
developed sites


Upcoming activities


Web Server Distribution report &
recommendations


Development of the next iteration of the
WSSAP 2011
-
2013

Social Media Guidelines


Policy will be amended to cover these
guidelines


Describes 3 types of services


Centrally managed & supported


Non
-
centrally managed


External applications


Guidelines


some items mandatory, others
optional/recommended

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For more information:


http://www.web
-
services.utas.edu.au/



Questions?

Learning Services

Round IV

Web Services Forum

Cameron Sweeney

Web Marketing Project Officer

ITR


Web
& Learning Services

Learning Services includes:


UTAS Wikis


UTAS Blogs


Knowledge Base


ePortfolios


Social Media / Social Bookmarking


iTunes U


MyLO





UTAS Wikis


Accessible via any browser


No need to use special software to access when
outside the University


Supported by IT Resources


CALT pedagogical assistance as needed


Easy rich text editor


In
-
built calendar; discussion forum and what’s
happening


14

UTAS Wikis


examples


Teaching & Learning:


Education, Science, Pharmacy


Research:


Bushfire CRC


External collaboration:


CAUDIT


Partners in Health


Community engagement:


DHHS Transition Nurses


Tasmanian Teachers of Chinese



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UTAS Wikis

http://wikis.utas.edu.au



Contact
webservices@utas.edu.au

to enable login

Look & Feel

17

Attachments Page

18

Calendar Page

19

Discussion Page

20

Gallery Page …

21

Gallery Page

22

UTAS Blogs

Examples


Library


Bach. of Regional Resource Management


SLIMS


ANNIMS

RSS feeds

Comments
-

moderating

23

UTAS Blogs

UTAS Blogs


Library

25

UTAS Blogs


ANNIMS

26

Knowledge Base

Benefits


Internal wiki


Secure


no student access


No external user access

Constraints


Access outside UTAS only via Virtual Private
Network (VPN) software




27

ePortfolios
-

PebblePad


Currently 2821 users


CALT assistance with:


design of pedagogy


training


IT Resources handle administration


help desk


Students control /own their content


Ability to maintain account after leaving UTAS




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Social Media


Facebook


iGoogle


Flickr


Twitter


Social Bookmarking


Delicious


Diigo

29

iTunes U Project


Chaired by Gary Williams


CALT


1 CALT staff & 1 Library staff x 2 days / week


Editorial reference group


Technical reference group


Considering:


Existing video resources


Copyright & IP


Video production


30

MyLO

2012

UTAS learning management system
evaluation, selection and
implementation project

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MyLO 2012

Project Board:


Deputy Vice
-
Chancellor (Academic) & Provost


Pro Vice
-
Chancellor (Students & Education)


Associate Dean Teaching & Learning


Co
-
Head CALT


Academic Senate representative


Director IT Resources

Project Team led by senior academic





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What to expect …


eLearning Strategic Forum


Deans & Associate Deans Teaching & Learning


Facilitated by Dr Gary Williams, Co
-
Head CALT


Academic reference group


Hobart, Launceston & Cradle Coast Campus


Educational Developers/ Admin staff ref group


Technical reference group


Student reference group


Website with regular blog updates


Staff and student survey

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Contact


For further information please contact:



webservices@utas.edu.au