Conference of the E-learning Office of CIT FF MU 2022

29 Nov 2022

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The activities take place within the framework of the NPO MUNI 3.2.1 SC A2 - Development in the field of distance learning, online learning and blended learning project with the financial support of the European Union and the Ministry of Education and Science of the Czech Republic and are implemented by the Centre for Information Technology of the Faculty of Arts MU. Project registration number NPO_MUNI_MSMT-16606/2022.

On 25/11/2022, the Office of e-Learning conference was held in a hybrid format.

The morning programme focused on sharing experiences regarding technology in teaching, specifically on activation tools. Among the tools that we offer licenses for teachers at FF MU, Padlet (a tool for collaborative work of learners), Nearpod (a presentation tool with activation elements) and Socrative (an environment for creating various forms of tests) were presented. These commercial tools were complemented by KvIS, a quiz creation tool available directly from the MU IS. The aim was to inspire other teachers to use activation elements in both face-to-face and online teaching.

The next item on the agenda was a presentation of courses that have received support under the Scholarship Programme or are part of the support under the National Recovery Plan. The academics showed what e-learning courses are being developed, what has been achieved, what they have learned in developing the e-learning support and what feedback they have received from learners.

The afternoon programme started with a presentation on the activities of the Office of e-Learning. During individual consultations, interested students could get acquainted with the range of services they can use in their work. VR headsets were prepared for testing, or it was possible to consult with the video studio for potential cooperation. Also, participants could get inspired by the new H5P activation features available in ELF, and for the first time, the possibility of automatic course reports in ELF was introduced.

The conference concluded with a panel discussion in which the panellists looked back at the Covid era. They reviewed the past period and talked about what they have taken from online crisis education to today - the ability to hold working meetings online, the time saved travelling to meetings, and the improvement in digital literacy.

As a reminder, you can see some photos from our gallery:

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