Sinopsis

Talking VTE is a podcast of educational conversations and audio recordings made at conferences, seminars and workshops throughout the Australian Vocational and Technical Education (VET) sector.

Episodios

  • Talking VTE Episode 41

    Talking VTE Episode 41

    14/12/2015

    Download the podcast (mp3)SynopsisTalking VTE Episode 41 recorded on Wed. 9 December 2015. The broad theme for this session was a critical reflection on the VET sector and its transformation over the past 12 months.ParticipantsStephan RidgwayRobyn JayMichael CoghlanAlison MillerMelanie DorieanLinksShow NotesTalkingVTE youtube playlist

  • Talking VTE Episode 40

    Talking VTE Episode 40

    07/02/2015

    Download the podcast (60 Mb 1 hr)SynopsisTalking VTE Episode 40 recorded on 5 February 2015. The broad theme for this session was a critical reflection on the VET sector and its transformation over the past 15-20 years. The discussion sets the scene for Episode 41 which will focus more specifically on e-learning and innovation.ParticipantsStephan RidgwayRobyn JayMichael CoghlanAlexander HayesJacinta Cat GascoigneAllison MillerVance StevensLinksShow NotesTalkingVTE youtube playlist

  • TalkingVTE Episode 38

    TalkingVTE Episode 38

    04/02/2015

    CC licensed flickr image by howard61Download the podcast (1hr 23 min)SynopsisLast podcast of the year for 2013, recorded on 27 Nov 2013. Attendees discuss their conference reflections, and musings on the year that has past and speculate on what 2014 might hold.ParticipantsStephan RidgwayMichael CoghlanAlex HayesAlison MillerMelanie DorieanMichael GwytherRose GrozdanicLinksShow NotesTalkingVTE youtube playlist

  • TalkingVTE Episode 39

    TalkingVTE Episode 39

    04/02/2015

    Download the podcast (55 Mb 1 hr)SynopsisTalkingVTE episode recorded on 17th February, 2014. Topic for this session was around the NMC Technology Outlook, Australian Tertiary Education 2014-2019, Horizon Report Regional Analysis. Both Robyn Jay and Michael Coghlan are members and are currently considering technology trends and issues in the post school edu space. Robyn facilitated the session and gathered the responses for input into the NMC process.ParticipantsStephan RidgwayRobyn JayAlexander HayesLeo GagglMelanie DorieanLinksShow NotesTalkingVTE youtube playlist

  • TalkingVTE Episode 32

    TalkingVTE Episode 32

    03/09/2013

    CC licensed image by mikecoghDownload the MP3 file (1 1/2 hr) Recorded: 01 Sept 2011ParticipantsStephan RidgwayRobyn JayMichael CoghlanAlex HayesKerryJMelanie DorieanRose GrozdanicLinksShow NotesMusic "Who Am I To Disagree(Minima)" by MiNiMaL_aRT

  • TalkingVTE Episode 37

    TalkingVTE Episode 37

    03/09/2013

    Streamed live using google hangouts on April 10, 2013View on YoutubeDownload audio recordingDownload the mp4 200 MbSynopsisMichael Coghlan and Vance Stevens, both long standing members of the Web Heads online community meet f2f in Melbourne and joined with a range of others both in Australia and Overseas for a TalkingVTE vodcast. The session was simultaneously live streamed to the Web Heads live studio @ http://webheadsinaction.org/liveSession attendees, topics and links can be found show notes.The session was streamed live and recorded using Google hangouts on the 10 April 2013. ParticipantsStephan RidgwayMichael CoghlanAlex HayesVance StevensBobbi StevensDusty StevensAlison MillerMarie MillerMelanie DorieanBrad BeachLinksShow NotesTalkingVTE youtube playlistWeb Heads in Actionwebheads live feed

  • Talking VTE Episode 33

    Talking VTE Episode 33

    03/09/2013

    CC licensed image by robynejayDownload the MP3 file (48 min) Recorded: 16 Feb 2012ParticipantsStephan RidgwayRobyn JayMichael CoghlanAlex HayesMelanie DorieanBrad BeachLinksShow NotesMusic "Who Am I To Disagree(Minima)" by MiNiMaL_aRT

  • Talking VTE Episode 35

    Talking VTE Episode 35

    17/04/2013

    View on YoutubeDownload the MP3 file (1 hr 20 min) Download the video file (mp4 141 Mb)Recorded: 10 July 2012 using Google hangoutsParticipantsStephan RidgwayMichael CoghlanAlex HayesMelanie DorieanRobyn JayJerry JLinksShow NotesMusic "Who Am I To Disagree(Minima)" by MiNiMaL_aRT

  • TalkingVTE Episode 36

    TalkingVTE Episode 36

    17/04/2013

    Streamed live using google hangouts on Nov 29, 2012View on YoutubeDownload the audio recordingDownload the video recording (mp4 166 mb)ParticipantsStephan RidgwayMichael CoghlanAlex HayesRobyn JayBill WadeAlison MillerLinksShow NotesMusic "Who Am I To Disagree(Minima)" by MiNiMaL_aRT

  • Talking VTE Episode 34

    Talking VTE Episode 34

    16/07/2012

    CC licensed image by robynejayDownload the MP3 file (1 hr 20 min) Recorded: 15 May 2012 using Google hangoutsParticipantsStephan RidgwayMichael CoghlanAlex HayesMelanie DorieanLeigh BlackallGeoff LubrichLinksShow NotesMusic "Who Am I To Disagree(Minima)" by MiNiMaL_aRT

  • eLearning11 Welcome to Country

    eLearning11 Welcome to Country

    12/12/2011

    Kerry Toomey Aboriginal Education and Training Directorate, Department of Education and CommunitiesDownload mp3 file (6 mins) Conference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11 opening address

    eLearning11 opening address

    12/12/2011

     Jai Waters NSW Representative for the Flexible Learning Advisory Group (FLAG) and General Manager, TAFE NSW Customer Support, Department of Education and CommunitiesDownload mp3 file (9 mins) Conference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11 keynote: Enabling workforce development - insights from industries using e-learning

    eLearning11 keynote: Enabling workforce development - insights from industries using e-learning

    12/12/2011

    Dr John BuchananDirector, Workplace Research centre University of SydneySynopsisFuture workforce development is dependent on quality training provision. Yet individuals, workplaces and industry sectors that would most benefit from training are often unable to access it. In 2010 WRC undertook research into three sectors using e-learning. IT was found that e-learning can help to overcome traditional barriers to training such as geographic isolation, casual and part-time employment, and work intensification.Download mp3 file (44 mins) Conference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11: E-assessment- where location informs validation  builds new models of educative arrangement

    eLearning11: E-assessment- where location informs validation & builds new models of educative arrangement

    12/12/2011

    Presenter Alexander Hayes, ConsultantSynopsisMobile phone users will notice how many services are now location enabled using GPS technologies. The same technologies are predicted to play an increased role across all education sectors where the learner submits data as evidence to gain accreditation. In this session Alex will provide a compelling case to consider when (and where) these technologies are now situated in the delivery, assessment, validation and moderation activities of educators across all sectors.Download mp3 file (47 mins) PresentationConference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11 keynote: Keynote: The future of workplace learning is working smarter

    eLearning11 keynote: Keynote: The future of workplace learning is working smarter

    12/12/2011

     Jane HartIndependent consultant, writer and public speaker Founder of the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies (C4LPT)Download mp3 file (36 mins) Network resourcesCentre for Learning and Performance Technologies (C4LPT)Jane's blog - Learning in the social workplace Policy linkFollowing up from the question about social media policies, Jane sent the following Ford Motor Company link -http://www.scribd.com/doc/36127480/Ford-Social-Media-Guide Conference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day[In this session we hooked up with Jane Hart via Skype. We'd like to thank Jane for her patience and persistence as we battled with a poor connection.]

  • eLearning11: NBN Panel session

    eLearning11: NBN Panel session

    12/12/2011

    Panel facilitatorRobby Weatherley - Director, Workforce Development, TAFE NSW - Sydney InstitutePanel membersSabiene Heindl - Senior Advisor, Stakeholder Relations, NBNCo Dennis Price - Chief idea architect, Ganador Management Solutions Dean Groom - Writer, teacher educator & Head of Educational Development, Macquarie University Sam Meredith - Director EduONE project, TAFE NSW New England Institute, Armidale CampusSynopsisPanel session covering the NBN, the potential of high speed broadband and potential considerations/issues we as educators need to consider.Download mp3 file (52 mins) VideosAustralia's NBNAt home with the NBNA day made of glass Conference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11: 8 key learning trends for 2012

    eLearning11: 8 key learning trends for 2012

    12/12/2011

    Presenter Denise Meyerson, Management Consultancy InternationalSynopsisWhat are the trends that designers, trainers and coordinators need to take in to account to ensure that learning is linked to changes in behaviour and skills levels?  This session provides insights in to where learning and development is headed over the next year so that you can strengthen program design and delivery into a transformative experience.  Be inspired to introduce changes in your own practice and take up the challenge of following the ‘bright spots’.Download mp3 file (34 mins) PresentationConference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11: E-learning for indigenous learners in remote communities

    eLearning11: E-learning for indigenous learners in remote communities

    12/12/2011

    Presenter Georgina Nou, TAFE SA RegionalSynopsisEducation and training for indigenous people in remote communities has been fraught with difficulties because of geographical isolation, cultural concerns, peoples’ mobile lifestyles, economic considerations and need for focus. With the provision of ADSL internet in the Lands, we have adopted online training and have seen significant changes in access, participation and enthusiasm by community members. We have extended the capacity to deliver engaging, interactive and regular online sessions since the 2007 start, using Centra web-conferencing, Moodle and innovative technologies. POV technology, virtual worlds and interactive multimedia resources offer text alternatives for learners with inadequate literacy skills. After 10 years of working with remote indigenous communities Georgina brings her insights on the various initiatives and explores the issues for remote learners and educators when taking outbush training online.Download mp3 file (39 mins) Presenta

  • eLearning11: Unplugged - getting mobile in education

    eLearning11: Unplugged - getting mobile in education

    12/12/2011

    Presenter Gihan Lahoud, TAFE NSW - Sydney InstituteSynopsisAn increasing number of learners are using an array of mobile devices and its important that educators are aware of the tools and their capabilities in order to effectively integrate m-learning into teaching strategies. Students are able to learn and share information anytime and anywhere, enhancing the overall teaching and learning experience. This session will provide an overview of the educational uses of mobile devices, and will cover topics such as: how mobile devices are being used in education, m-learning tools, and how they can be embedded in teaching and learning with focus on: images, videos, audio, accessing and creating documents, cloud storage, and moblogging and vlogging for evidence-based assessment tools.Download mp3 file (44 mins) PresentationUnplugged mobile learning View more presentations from gee0177Wiki page for presentationConference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

  • eLearning11: On our way - Setting out on our e-learning journey

    eLearning11: On our way - Setting out on our e-learning journey

    12/12/2011

    Presenter KerryJ, Australian Institute of Social RelationsSynopsisTaking e-learning to the next level is a lot like setting out on a family car trip. Everyone may be on board and willing to go in the same direction, but expectations and agendas are still going to vary, planning is an ongoing process and there are always going to be surprises along the way. In this presentation, KerryJ will unpack the elements of community, collaboration, planning and learning that the Australian Institute of Social Relations is taking on board as they set out on the next leg of their e-learning journey.Download the mp3 file (38 mins) Presentation.prezi-player { width: 550px; } .prezi-player-links { text-align: center; } eLearning11 NSW on PreziConference connectionsTwitter #nswelearning11Archive of the day's tweetsFlickR images of the day

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