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Review of ICT Models to Enhance
Medical Education:
Video Conferencing, Lecture Capture,
Interactive Learning Environments,...
We received a request from a medical school in Ethiopia for ICT options to
support online and local offline collaboration ...
1. Video Conferencing
3
Scope:
real-time transmission of audio, video, files,
and screens between two or more locations
Video Conferencing: Models
4
Common models for video conferencing:
1. Room Presence
2. Virtual Meeting Room with Fixed Dev...
Video Conferencing: Models
5
Model Summary Location
Room Presence This is the most, sophisticated high-resolution, high-
f...
Video Conferencing: Analysis
6
Model When to Use Price
Room Presence ● on-site tech help is available
● room is available
...
Video Conferencing: Room Presence
7
Internet
Each side has a remote-controlled camera with zoom capabilities. Each side ma...
Package Approximate Cost Equipment Specifications
Polycom Real
Presence Room
begins at $4,999 See https://wiki.umms.med.
u...
Video Conferencing: Virtual Room, Fixed Devices
9
Internet
Each side has dedicated equipment with a computer, a camera, an...
Purpose Package A Equipment Package B Equipment Package C
Equipment
Computer Laptop or desktop,
begins at $1000
Tablet, be...
Video Conferencing: Virtual Room, Flexible Devices
11
Internet
Each side can have any equipment (Bring Your Own Device) th...
Example Products for
Audio and Video
Combos
Purpose Approximate
Cost
Logitech ConferenceCam
C3000e
High-definition camera ...
Products for
Audio Only
Purpose Example
Product(s)
Approximate
Cost
USB or
Bluetooth
Headset
For times when you want to ha...
Video Conferencing: Virtual Rooms
14
Service Features When To Use Cost
Skype ● Chat
● Voice
● Video
● File transfer
● Scre...
Video Conferencing: Virtual Rooms
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Service Features When To Use Cost
Vidyo ● Voice
● Video
● Screensharing
● Desktop cli...
Video Conferencing: Virtual Rooms
16
Service Features When To Use Cost
Google
Hangout
● Chat
● Voice
● Video
● Screenshari...
From University of Michigan, Medical School Information Services
● http://openmi.ch/collab-svc-guide
● https://wiki.umms.m...
All images from The Noun Project
● Cloud CC BY juan llerena http://thenounproject.com/term/internet/10036/
● conference ro...
All images from The Noun Project
● computer tower CC BY Yamini Chandra http://thenounproject.
com/term/computer/67365/
● s...
2. Lecture Capture
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Scope:
capturing audio, video, slides, and drawing,
which may be stored for later viewing, with or
w...
Lecture Capture: Models
21
Common models for lecture capture:
A. Podium with presenter computer and camera,
which can capt...
Lecture Capture: Analysis
22
Model When to Use Location Price
Podium with
presenter
computer
● Large lecture hall or audit...
Lecture Capture: Analysis
23
Model When to Use Location Price
Desktop or
laptop
● Screen is the most important thing to sh...
24
All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at
end of lecture capture section.
Podium
Lec...
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All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at
end of lecture capture section.
Closed Cir...
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All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at
end of lecture capture section.
Desktop or...
Lecture Capture: Comparison
27
Purpose A. Podium B. Whiteboard C. Closed Circuit
Computer Laptop or desktop, begins at
$10...
Lecture Capture: Comparison
28
Purpose D. Desktop/Laptop E. Tablet
Computer Laptop or desktop, begins at
$1000
N/A
Camera ...
University of Michigan:
● http://www.crlt.umich.edu/inst/lecturecapture
External
● https://www.aamc.org/download/270066/da...
All images from The Noun Project
● camera CC BY Wilson Joseph http://thenounproject.
com/term/watching/38042/
● mic CC BY ...
All images from The Noun Project
● Monitors CC BY Sebastian Langer http://thenounproject.
com/term/screen/12404/
● Surgery...
3. Interactive Learning Environments
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Scope:
central storage class-related materials, for
supporting exercises such as q...
Interactive Learning Env.: Models
33
Common models for interactive learning
environments:
A. Learning Management Systems (...
Interactive Learning Env.: Analysis
34
Model When to Use Type
A. Learning
Management
Systems (LMS)
● Persistent, central l...
35
A
C
Interactive Learning Env.: Models
www
www
All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project.
See attributions...
Interactive Learning Env.: Comparison
36
Learning Management
System
Features When to Use
Canvas ● Cloud-hosted
or local
● ...
Interactive Learning Env.: Comparison
37
ARS Product Type of Question When to Use Cost
PollEverywhere ● multiple
choice
● ...
Interactive Learning Env.: Comparison
38
Connected Learning
Environment
Example Products Cost
Digital Signs ● e.g. FourWin...
Learning Management Systems
● http://nextgen.umich.edu/lms/
● https://www.aamc.org/download/252830/data/2011-5-
learningma...
Connected Learning Environments
● https://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/cle/home
● http://brandoncenter.soe.umich.edu/?page...
All images from The Noun Project
● remote CC BY http://thenounproject.com/term/wifi/35811/
● receiver CC BY Mister Pixel h...
All images from The Noun Project
● laptop CC BY B. Agustín Amenábar Larraín http://thenounproject.
com/term/laptop/1999/
●...
4. Integrated Library Mgmt. Sys.
43
Scope:
catalog of the physical and virtual
collections, circulation details, and
acqui...
Integrated Library Mgmt. Sys.: Models
44
● See slide 29 at http://www.slideshare.
net/deewil/integrated-library-
managemen...
Integrated Library Mgmt. Sys.
System Summary Cost
Koha ● Wide user base and active community
support
● Used by other schoo...
Integrated Lib. Mgmt. Sys.: References
46
External
● http://www.slideshare.net/deewil/integrated-library-management-system...
● Kathleen Ludewig Omollo, Strategy Officer, Department of Learning Health
Sciences, kludewig@umich.edu
● Bob Riddle, Tech...
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Review of ICT Models to Enhance Medical Education: Video Conferencing, Lecture Capture, Interactive Learning Environments, Integrated Library Management Systems

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Review of ICT Models to Enhance Medical Education: Video Conferencing, Lecture Capture, Interactive Learning Environments, Integrated Library Management Systems

  1. 1. Review of ICT Models to Enhance Medical Education: Video Conferencing, Lecture Capture, Interactive Learning Environments, Integrated Library Management Systems Last revised 2 March 2015. Slides are posted online at http://www.slideshare.net/tag/ethio-ict-blueprint. Copyright 2015 The Regents of the University of Michigan. Unless otherwise noted, this presentation is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License <http: //creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/>. By: Kathleen Ludewig Omollo, Bob Riddle, Ted Hanss
  2. 2. We received a request from a medical school in Ethiopia for ICT options to support online and local offline collaboration at a medical school for: 1. video conferencing, for real-time transmission of audio, video, files, and screens 2. lecture capture, for capturing audio, video, slides, and drawing 3. interactive learning environments, for central storage class-related materials, for supporting exercises such as question and answers (Q&A), physical and virtual spaces that facilitate peer to peer learning 4. integrated library management systems, such as a catalog of the physical and virtual collections, circulation details, and acquisitions As an initial response to this request, for each of the above areas we have included: ● Conceptual models ● Analysis, sample software, sample hardware, and approximate cost for each model ● References Introduction 2
  3. 3. 1. Video Conferencing 3 Scope: real-time transmission of audio, video, files, and screens between two or more locations
  4. 4. Video Conferencing: Models 4 Common models for video conferencing: 1. Room Presence 2. Virtual Meeting Room with Fixed Devices 3. Virtual Meeting Room with Flexible Devices (Bring Your Own Device)
  5. 5. Video Conferencing: Models 5 Model Summary Location Room Presence This is the most, sophisticated high-resolution, high- fidelity equipment to connection one conference room or classroom to another over the Internet with the maximum ability to move and zoom the camera and control the mics to capture as much of the room as possible. Fixed in a Room Virtual Meeting Room - Fixed Devices This uses virtual conference room software and has dedicated workstations with USB audio and visual equipment perpetually connected to the computer. The user needs to reserve the space for meetings. May be fixed or may be a cart with wheels to move nearby Virtual Meeting Room with Flexible Devices (Bring Your Own Device) This uses virtual conference room software and allows the user to connect with built-in mic or camera, or a variety of USB audio and visual equipment. Portable - Fits in a shoulder bag
  6. 6. Video Conferencing: Analysis 6 Model When to Use Price Room Presence ● on-site tech help is available ● room is available ● high-resolution quality is critical ● public IP address is required ● High-bandwidth Internet via Ethernet is available ● Microphones can be on table or mounted on ceiling High Cost Virtual Meeting Room - Fixed Devices ● Internet connectivity is available ● number of local participants > 2 ● participant possesses required technical skills ● public IP address not available Medium Cost Virtual Meeting Room - Flexible Devices ● 1-1 conference ● headset or usb conference phone ● public IP address not available Lowest Cost
  7. 7. Video Conferencing: Room Presence 7 Internet Each side has a remote-controlled camera with zoom capabilities. Each side may have a group of people, in a conference room or a classroom or auditorium. There may be one or more microphones on the table or mounted on the ceiling. All images are CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at the end of video conferencing section.
  8. 8. Package Approximate Cost Equipment Specifications Polycom Real Presence Room begins at $4,999 See https://wiki.umms.med. umich. edu/display/UMHSHELPDESK/A V+-+Room+Standards Polycom HDX 4000 Series begins $1,999 See https://wiki.umms.med. umich. edu/display/UMHSHELPDESK/A V+-+Room+Standards 8 Video Conferencing: Room Presence Other manufacturers: Lifesize http://www.lifesize.com/, Cisco http://www.cisco. com/c/en/us/products/conferencing/video-conferencing/index.html#~products
  9. 9. Video Conferencing: Virtual Room, Fixed Devices 9 Internet Each side has dedicated equipment with a computer, a camera, and a microphone, a speaker. This may be fixed in a room or fixed to a cart that can be moved from room to room (left). Each computer uses a web-browser or local software application to connect to a virtual conference room. In a fixed room, there may be tablet on a tripod with a seating area like photo portrait studio that focuses on the person (middle) or there may be a desk that can capture both the person and their files or screen (right). www wwwA B C All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at end of video conferencing section.
  10. 10. Purpose Package A Equipment Package B Equipment Package C Equipment Computer Laptop or desktop, begins at $1000 Tablet, begins at $500 Laptop or desktop, begins at $1000 Stand, Cart, or Desk Cart on wheels, price varies by location Tablet mount begins at $20 Desk, price varies by location Camera Begins at $500, e.g. Canon VIXIA HF N/A Begins at $500, e.g. Canon VIXIA HF Camera Stand Starts at $30, e.g. Davis & Sanford EXPLORERV Vista Explorer 60" Tripod Microphone Begins at $25, e.g. Audio-Technica ATR-3350 Lavalier Mic Begins at $40, e.g. Samson Go Mic Portable USB Mic Lights N/A Neewer and LimoStudio, begins at $60 N/A Speaker Begins at $20 10 Video Conferencing: Virtual Room, Fixed Devices
  11. 11. Video Conferencing: Virtual Room, Flexible Devices 11 Internet Each side can have any equipment (Bring Your Own Device) that is Internet capable, has a web browser or compatible app, has an internal or external mic, and has an internal or external camera. A virtual room may be be connected to a room presence system through a multipoint control unit (MCU). www www MCU All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at end of video conferencing section.
  12. 12. Example Products for Audio and Video Combos Purpose Approximate Cost Logitech ConferenceCam C3000e High-definition camera and speakerphone, with remote begins at $850 Logitech Conference Cam BCC950 High-definition camera and speakerphone, with remote begins at $200 Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 or C920 High-definition camera and speakerphone, no remote begins at $75 12 Video Conferencing: Virtual Room, Flexible Devices
  13. 13. Products for Audio Only Purpose Example Product(s) Approximate Cost USB or Bluetooth Headset For times when you want to have a conference call with 1 person connecting at his or her location and need to cut out background noise Logitech USB Headset H360/H390/H530 Begins at $25 USB Speakerphone, Single For groups up to 8 people Clear One Chat 150 Speakerphone, MXL AC404 USB Conference Microphone Chat 150 Begins at $300, MXL AC404 begins at $70 USB Speakerphones Interconnected Series For larger groups (8+ people) where you may need to daisy-chain to have multiple mics Phoenix Audio Duet Executive Speakerphone MT202-EXE or MT202-PCO, Daisy Chain Kit $135 per speakerphone 13 Video Conferencing: Virtual Room, Flexible Devices
  14. 14. Video Conferencing: Virtual Rooms 14 Service Features When To Use Cost Skype ● Chat ● Voice ● Video ● File transfer ● Screensharing ● Audio Recording, through plug-in ● Participants are in a low- bandwidth environment ● Open discussion with loose or no moderation ● Each point connecting has an individual with a Skype account Free, when using 1-1 connections Adobe Connect ● Chat ● Voice ● Video ● File transfer ● Screensharing ● Full Conference Recording ● Remote Desktop ● Single Sign On ● Can be compliant with patient privacy laws (e.g. HIPAA) depending on settings. ● Can create highly structured or moderated call with more participants listening than speaking. U-M has license, could be used for calls with U- M Pay to use: https: //service. acrobat. com/cfusion/b ots/purchase/
  15. 15. Video Conferencing: Virtual Rooms 15 Service Features When To Use Cost Vidyo ● Voice ● Video ● Screensharing ● Desktop client for Mac/Apple, Windows, Linux, Android devices ● Single Sign On ● Can do multi-participant video conferencing (up to 9 visible at any one time but more can connect via audio) ● Can connect with room presence systems ● Can be compliant with patient privacy laws including HIPAA, depending on setting U-M has license, could be used for calls with U- M Pay to use: http://info. vidyo. com/web- contact-sales. html Blue Jeans ● Voice ● Video ● Screensharing ● Hardware appliance for room presence systems ● File transfer ● Screensharing ● Audio Recording ● Participants joining by different means (e.g. phone, computer, Polycom) ● Phone connection option ● Can connect with room presence systems U-M has license, could be used for calls with U- M Pay to use: http: //bluejeans.
  16. 16. Video Conferencing: Virtual Rooms 16 Service Features When To Use Cost Google Hangout ● Chat ● Voice ● Video ● Screensharing ● Full conference recording (Audio, Screen, and Video) Open discussion with loose or no moderation Each point connecting has an individual with a Google account Free Fuze ● 250 Participants ● 12 Video streams ● Cloud content ● Screen share ● Unlimited VoIP ● Webinar ● Recording Can create highly structured or moderated call with more participants listening than speaking. Can do multi-participant video conferencing Phone connection option $40/month
  17. 17. From University of Michigan, Medical School Information Services ● http://openmi.ch/collab-svc-guide ● https://wiki.umms.med.umich.edu/display/UMHSHELPDESK/Audio- Visual+Professional+Services ● http://www-personal.umich.edu/~bdr/et/gocart/index.html From University of Michigan, Information and Technology Services ● http://www.itcom.itd.umich.edu/videoconferencing/ ● https://docs.google.com/a/umich.edu/spreadsheet/ccc? key=0AmoExnJnfewGdFdKVUhnNUplUkpVN25mRl9kc2laUVE&usp=shari ng ● https://docs.google. com/presentation/d/1ik8lEI5UdN0480wSQD_LNPb_pCN7dpyngVIffuip6Lo/ edit?usp=sharing External ● http://www.slideshare.net/PaulRichards4/top-10-usb-video-conferencing- products ● https://webconferencing-test.com/en/functional-comparisons/video-phone- screensharing ● http://www.forbes.com/sites/ciocentral/2012/05/03/5-reasons-cisco-and- polycom-are-in-trouble-in-telepresence/ Video Conferencing: References 17
  18. 18. All images from The Noun Project ● Cloud CC BY juan llerena http://thenounproject.com/term/internet/10036/ ● conference room CC BY Dan Hetteix http://thenounproject. com/term/meeting/46950/ ● laptop CC BY B. Agustín Amenábar Larraín http://thenounproject. com/term/laptop/1999/ ● camera CC BY Wilson Joseph http://thenounproject. com/term/watching/38042/ ● conference phone CC BY Dominique Fougere http://thenounproject. com/term/meeting/33322/ ● public domain by XOXO http://thenounproject.com/term/crowd/23951/ ● ceiling mic/speaker CC BY Ben Biondo http://thenounproject. com/term/microphone/58052/ ● cart CC BY jon trillana http://thenounproject.com/term/cart/6546/ ● computer CC BY Alyssa Mahlberg http://thenounproject. com/term/desktop/3633/ ● camera CC BY Nicolas Vicent http://thenounproject.com/term/video- camera/91191/ ● mic CC BY Doug Goodwin http://thenounproject.com/term/voice/27085/ 18 Video Conferencing: Image attributions
  19. 19. All images from The Noun Project ● computer tower CC BY Yamini Chandra http://thenounproject. com/term/computer/67365/ ● speaker CC BY Paul Stevens http://thenounproject. com/term/speaker/32562/ ● ipad Public domain Daniel Yanes Arroyo http://thenounproject. com/term/ipad/9813/ ● phone CC BY Edward Boatman http://thenounproject. com/term/phone/18097/ ● tripod CC BY Kari Gaynor http://thenounproject.com/term/stand/17971/ ● light CC BY Phu Tran http://thenounproject.com/term/photo-studio/72766/ ● stool Public domain Megan Strickland http://thenounproject. com/term/bar/1481/ ● backdrop CC BY Dusan Popovic http://thenounproject. com/term/curtain/54892 / ● desk CC BY Nathan Thomson http://thenounproject.com/term/work/10736/ ● chair CC BY Matt Brooks http://thenounproject.com/term/chair/17159/ ● camera CC BY Julieta Felix http://thenounproject. com/term/webcam/22809/ 19 Video Conferencing: Image attributions
  20. 20. 2. Lecture Capture 20 Scope: capturing audio, video, slides, and drawing, which may be stored for later viewing, with or without an audience present during capture
  21. 21. Lecture Capture: Models 21 Common models for lecture capture: A. Podium with presenter computer and camera, which can capture video, audio, screen B. Interactive whiteboards, which can capture drawings stroke by stroke C. Closed circuit, for local observation, normally in a room within the same building. D. Tablet software, which can capture screen, stroke-by-stroke drawings, or annotate video E. Desktop or laptop software, which can capture video, audio, screen, and annotate video N.B. Many of the virtual room options presented earlier may be used for lecture capture by recording of the session: Adobe Connect, BlueJeans, Google Hangouts, and Fuze.
  22. 22. Lecture Capture: Analysis 22 Model When to Use Location Price Podium with presenter computer ● Large lecture hall or auditorium ● on-site tech help is available ● high-resolution quality is critical ● Microphone, camera, and projector can be mounted and secured ● Intend to share with broad audience beyond the classroom Fixed High Cost Interactive Whiteboard ● Room is small enough that everyone in the room can see the whiteboard ● The visuals on the whiteboard are the most important to capture, not slides, audio, or video ● If you don’t need to capture stroke-by-stroke from the whiteboard but only the final drawing, use a camera phone mobile doc scanner app. Fixed High Cost Closed Circuit ● Rooms are available ● Video transmission is all within local, offline network ● This may be used for security, clinical simulation, or standardized patients. Fixed High Cost
  23. 23. Lecture Capture: Analysis 23 Model When to Use Location Price Desktop or laptop ● Screen is the most important thing to share, with video and audio of secondary importance ● Presenter is able to record audio and video in a quiet space Fixed with desktop or flexible with laptop Low Cost Tablet ● Drawing and annotation is the most important thing to share, with video, audio, and screen of secondary importance ● Individual is able to record audio and video in a quiet space Flexible Low Cost
  24. 24. 24 All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at end of lecture capture section. Podium Lecture Capture: Models Interactive White Board A B
  25. 25. 25 All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at end of lecture capture section. Closed Circuit Lecture Capture: Models C
  26. 26. 26 All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at end of lecture capture section. Desktop or laptop Lecture Capture: Models Tablet D E
  27. 27. Lecture Capture: Comparison 27 Purpose A. Podium B. Whiteboard C. Closed Circuit Computer Laptop or desktop, begins at $1000 N/A N/A Camera Begins at $1000 N/A Begins at $500, e.g. Canon VIXIA HF Microphone Begins at $100, podium mic N/A Begins at $80, hanging mic Drawing Surface N/A begins at $4,000, e. g. SmartBoard, Promethean interactive whiteboard N/A External Display LCD Projector, at least 2,000 lumens, cost begins at $600 N/A varies based on display, begins at $200 Software e.g. MediaSite ($), Opencast Matterhorn (Free), Echo360 ($), UStream ($) N/A e.g. SimCapture from B-Line Medical ($), ZoneMinder (Free)
  28. 28. Lecture Capture: Comparison 28 Purpose D. Desktop/Laptop E. Tablet Computer Laptop or desktop, begins at $1000 N/A Camera Begins at $500, e.g. Canon VIXIA HF Begins at $500, e.g. Canon VIXIA HF Microphone Begins at $25, e.g. Audio- Technica ATR-3350 Lavalier Mic Begins at $25, e.g. Audio- Technica ATR-3350 Lavalier Mic Drawing Surface N/A Tablet, begins at $500, with DVI/VGA/HDMI display adapter begins at $25 External Display LCD Projector, at least 2,000 lumens LCD Projector, at least 2,000 lumens Software e.g. Camtasia, Jing (5 minute limit on video), Keynote (Mac) e.g. Coach’s Eye, Explain Everything
  29. 29. University of Michigan: ● http://www.crlt.umich.edu/inst/lecturecapture External ● https://www.aamc.org/download/270066/data/techbrieflecturecapture.pdf ● http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/2014/11/interactive- whiteboards-comparison-some.html ● http://www.cilt.uct.ac.za/cilt/lecture-recording/why Lecture Capture: References 29
  30. 30. All images from The Noun Project ● camera CC BY Wilson Joseph http://thenounproject. com/term/watching/38042/ ● mic CC BY Doug Goodwin http://thenounproject.com/term/voice/27085/ ● ceiling mic/speaker CC BY Ben Biondo http://thenounproject. com/term/microphone/58052/ ● laptop CC BY B. Agustín Amenábar Larraín http://thenounproject. com/term/laptop/1999/ ● tripod CC BY Kari Gaynor http://thenounproject.com/term/stand/17971/ ● camera CC BY Nicolas Vicent http://thenounproject.com/term/video- camera/91191/ ● Class CC BY Konrad Michalik http://thenounproject. com/term/classroom/62501/ ● Presentation CC BY Wilson Joseph http://thenounproject. com/term/presentation/28143/ ● Class CC BY Creative Stall http://thenounproject. com/term/classroom/108266/ ● Overhead projector CC BY Dan Hetteix http://thenounproject. com/term/machine/20275/ 30 Lecture Capture: Image attributions
  31. 31. All images from The Noun Project ● Monitors CC BY Sebastian Langer http://thenounproject. com/term/screen/12404/ ● Surgery Public Domain http://thenounproject.com/term/surgery/599/ ● Manikin CC BY Wojciech Zasina http://thenounproject. com/term/help/40120/ ● Students CC BY Claire Jones http://thenounproject. com/term/education/23474/ ● Person with headset CC BY Jane Terekhov http://thenounproject. com/term/headphones/49683/ ● Podium CC BY Adam Forshaw http://thenounproject. com/term/podium/82236/ ● Projector CC BY Hakan Yalcin http://thenounproject. com/term/projector/3052/ ● Tablet CC BY Alex Kwa http://thenounproject.com/term/tablet/43396/ ● Teach CC BY Arthur Shlain http://thenounproject. com/term/teacher/105290/ 31 Lecture Capture: Image attributions
  32. 32. 3. Interactive Learning Environments 32 Scope: central storage class-related materials, for supporting exercises such as question and answers (Q&A), physical and virtual spaces that facilitate peer to peer learning
  33. 33. Interactive Learning Env.: Models 33 Common models for interactive learning environments: A. Learning Management Systems (LMS) B. Audience Response Systems (ARS) C. Connected Learning Environments (CLE) and Collaboration Spaces
  34. 34. Interactive Learning Env.: Analysis 34 Model When to Use Type A. Learning Management Systems (LMS) ● Persistent, central location and storage of course-related materials ● Around the clock availability ● Announcements and asynchronous interactive activities are as important as sharing documents ● May be hosted online or offline on campus ● May be public or require password ● Can be access from any device with web browser Synchronous or asynchronous, virtual B. Audience Response Systems (ARS) ● Anonymity of responses is important ● Desire real-time results to share with full group as well as ability to save results ● Works best for multiple-choice, true-false, or short-answer questions ● Depending on service and equipment used, may be done without Internet Synchronous, virtual C. Connected Learning Environments (CLE) ● Dedicated room that can be easily rearranged to support large group and small group sessions Synchronous, physical and virtual
  35. 35. 35 A C Interactive Learning Env.: Models www www All images CC BY or public domain from the Noun Project. See attributions at end of video conferencing section. www www B wwwwww www SMS www
  36. 36. Interactive Learning Env.: Comparison 36 Learning Management System Features When to Use Canvas ● Cloud-hosted or local ● Open source ● Video, audio, text, files ● Assignments ● Forums ● Desired large-scale public access, such as through MOOCs ● Single-Sign on Sakai ● Single-Sign on Moodle ● Single-Sign on Open EdX ● Desired large-scale public access, such as through MOOCs Google Classroom ● Cloud-Hosted ● Free ● Video, audio, text, files ● Assignments ● Forums ● Offline syncing for individuals is important
  37. 37. Interactive Learning Env.: Comparison 37 ARS Product Type of Question When to Use Cost PollEverywhere ● multiple choice ● True-False ● May complete with personal computer, phone, or special polling devices ● Large audience, such as auditorium or conference ● Online hosting ● Anonymity is important ● Free or paid TurningPoint ● multiple choice ● True-False ● Online hosting ● Special event ● Anonymity is important ● Paid iClicker ● multiple choice ● True-False ● Large lecture hall ● Each student has their own clicker device that they bring with class ● Desire to identify individuals who responded ● Paid Learning Activity Management System ● Short free form response ● Small or medium group discussion ● Anonymity is important ● Local hosting ● Free
  38. 38. Interactive Learning Env.: Comparison 38 Connected Learning Environment Example Products Cost Digital Signs ● e.g. FourWindsInteractive (paid) MediaSignage (free) free or paid for software, plus cost for HDMI monitor and computer Combination spaces with media and furniture ● Steelcase MediaScape furniture begins at $7,000 Wireless HDMI Display ● e.g. Apple TV, Warpia, IO Gear GW3DHDKIT, Nyrius ARIES $100 - $200 for adapter, plus cost for HDMI monitor or TV Flexible furniture arrangement ● Many do-it-yourself or flexible options here ● Dry erase paint or chalkboard paint ● Removable self-cling dry-erase sheets, e.g. SmartSheets Wide variation, based on quality of furniture and size of display
  39. 39. Learning Management Systems ● http://nextgen.umich.edu/lms/ ● https://www.aamc.org/download/252830/data/2011-5- learningmanagementsystemslms.pdf ● https://www.aamc. org/download/383628/data/technologynowmassiveopenonlinecoursesmoo cs.pdf ● https://eee.uci.edu/online-learning/comparison.php Audience Response Systems ● https://wiki.umms.med.umich.edu/display/UMHSHELPDESK/ARS+- +Audience+Response+System ● http://www.digitalsignagefederation.org/educationguide ● http://www.cmu.edu/teaching/clickers/ ● http://serc.carleton.edu/sp/library/classresponse/index.html Interactive Learning Env.: References 39
  40. 40. Connected Learning Environments ● https://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/cle/home ● http://brandoncenter.soe.umich.edu/?page_id=7 ● http://northquad.umich.edu/facilities/spaces/ ● http://www.scup.org/asset/68972/4e73dd83a4e77d09 ● https://www.flickr.com/photos/umich-msis/sets/72157628251587097/ ● http://www.flickr.com/photos/umich-msis/sets/72157628251333089/ ● http://www.itcs.umich.edu/digital-signage/ ● http://www.lib.washington.edu/ougl/learning-spaces/media-scape-mobile ● http://cft.vanderbilt.edu/2013/12/flexible-classrooms-highlights-from- spaces4learning/ ● http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/learning-spaces/ Interactive Learning Env.: References 40
  41. 41. All images from The Noun Project ● remote CC BY http://thenounproject.com/term/wifi/35811/ ● receiver CC BY Mister Pixel http://thenounproject. com/term/wireless/35222/ ● couch CC BY Mister Pixel http://thenounproject.com/term/couch/34035/ ● Stool public domain James Keuning http://thenounproject. com/term/furniture/10276/ ● Monitor CC BY Samuel Q. Green http://thenounproject. com/term/technology/4085/ ● Board, CC BY Jeanette Clement http://thenounproject. com/term/flipchart/15366/ ● Table CC BY Pham Thi Dieu Linh http://thenounproject. com/term/table/38351/ ● Student desk CC BY Michael Loree http://thenounproject. com/term/college/5766/ ● Wireless CC BY Edward Boatman http://thenounproject. com/term/wireless/102/ 41 Interactive Learning Env.: Image attrib.
  42. 42. All images from The Noun Project ● laptop CC BY B. Agustín Amenábar Larraín http://thenounproject. com/term/laptop/1999/ ● Presentation CC BY Wilson Joseph http://thenounproject. com/term/presentation/28143/ ● computer CC BY Alyssa Mahlberg http://thenounproject. com/term/desktop/3633/ ● computer tower CC BY Yamini Chandra http://thenounproject. com/term/computer/67365/ ● ipad Public domain Daniel Yanes Arroyo http://thenounproject. com/term/ipad/9813/ ● phone CC BY Edward Boatman http://thenounproject. com/term/phone/18097/ 42 Interactive Learning Env.: Image attrib.
  43. 43. 4. Integrated Library Mgmt. Sys. 43 Scope: catalog of the physical and virtual collections, circulation details, and acquisitions
  44. 44. Integrated Library Mgmt. Sys.: Models 44 ● See slide 29 at http://www.slideshare. net/deewil/integrated-library- management-systems ● See slide 18 at http://www.slideshare. net/ckiess/introduction-to-the-integrated- library-system-ils-6590943
  45. 45. Integrated Library Mgmt. Sys. System Summary Cost Koha ● Wide user base and active community support ● Used by other schools in Ethiopia ● Recommended by previous librarian at St. Paul Hospital Millennium Medical College Free Evergreen ● Wide user base and active community support Free ABCD ● By UNESCO ● Considered appropriate for non-standard metadata or limited on-site tech support Free Open Library Environment ● Designed by and for academic and research libraries Free 45
  46. 46. Integrated Lib. Mgmt. Sys.: References 46 External ● http://www.slideshare.net/deewil/integrated-library-management-systems ● http://www.slideshare.net/ckiess/introduction-to-the-integrated-library- system-ils-6590943 ● http://www.slideshare.net/deewil/integrated-library-management-systems ● http://www.niso.org/apps/group_public/download. php/9922/FE_Grant_Future_Library_Systems_%20isqv24no4.pdf ● https://www.academia. edu/3300494/Open_source_solutions_for_libraries_ABCD_vs._Koha ● http://ejournals.bc.edu/ojs/index.php/ital/article/view/3139
  47. 47. ● Kathleen Ludewig Omollo, Strategy Officer, Department of Learning Health Sciences, kludewig@umich.edu ● Bob Riddle, Technologist, Research IT Program, Medical School Information Services, bdr@umich.edu ● Ted Hanss, Chief Information Officer, Medical School Information Services, ted@umich.edu These slides are posted online at http://www.slideshare.net/tag/ethio-ict- blueprint. Author Information 47 Last revised 2 March 2015. Copyright 2015 The Regents of the University of Michigan. Unless otherwise noted, this presentation is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/>.

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