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Future plans

My immediate priorities are to continue further work in improving MOOC design and online learning in the professional development sector. To do this, I am fortunate to be in a position where I can collaborate with external consultants, draw upon the experience of my colleagues and learn from the ALT networks. In the near future […]

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Advanced area: lecture capture

Declaration: This section reflects work between 2014-2017 at the University of York. Lecture capture service management and pedagogical research represents a significant and advanced area of work over an extended period of time. For the portfolio, I have reviewed my practice under the CMALT principles.  To understand the advanced level of practice I am evidencing […]

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Specialist area 2. MOOC design

My current role has allowed me to explore MOOC design as a new specialist area. Within two years I have designed, with subject experts, 15 new open online courses. I manage the delivery of up to 9 concurrent courses, with both internal staff mentors and external consultants for authoring and mentoring. Through this process I […]

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Accessible equivalents for portfolio

Some items of evidence in my portfolio are not accessible via screen-reading software and may not support other assistive technology. Below are the text equivalents: 1a. An understanding of the constraints and benefits of different technologies Screencasting: Selected slide from training session Tool: Adobe Connect. Benefits: Designed for interaction and collaboration. Guest access without account. […]

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Specialist area 1. Accessibility

Declaration: Adapted from previous portfolio update to Core Area 3. Wider Context. Higher education institutions have a legal duty under the Equality Act 2010(s.91) to make reasonable adjustments so that disabled students are not discriminated against in the way it provides education. In my previous role, my approach to increasing accessibility awareness and improving practice […]

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4. Communication and working with others

Supporting colleagues in MOOC design Part of my remit when I started my current role was to increase capacity within the team to develop online CPD. The team are highly experienced in face-to-face CPD, so the focus of work was to explore the similarities and differences of online CPD to their current practice, and the […]

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3. The wider context

3a. Legislative area: GDPR and DPA 2018 The EU General Data Protection Regulation, and subsequent enactment in UK law through the Data Protection Act 2018, is a legislative area that has implications in both my content production and delivery of courses on FutureLearn. To support my understanding of the legislation I watched the ALT webinar, […]

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2. Teaching, learning, assessment

2a. An understanding of teaching, learning and/or assessment processes Introduced to me during my MA studies, I often refer back to Conole et al. (2004) to analyse the learning design of activities. Using the same content, it is possible to create a very different learning experience and learning outcome, simply by considering where on these […]

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1. Operational issues

1a. An understanding of the constraints and benefits of different technologies Screencasting Screencasts (recordings of computer screens, often with voice narration) allow complex ideas to be presented visually and technical processes to be demonstrated. Similarly, I often refer to screencasts for my own ad-hoc training needs, utilising software walkthroughs on YouTube. For academic staff, the […]

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Senior CMALT Portfolio

Matt Cornock Portfolio Senior Certified Member of the Association for Learning Technology March 2019 Note This Senior CMALT portfolio was submitted as part of the pilot process. If you are looking at this portfolio as an example, please also refer to the updated guidance for SCMALT candidates. I encourage you to think about where this […]