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xerte goes mobile 28 Feb 2013 www.rsc-em.ac.uk Martin Cooke ILT Advisor RSC EM

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xerte goes mobile

28 Feb 2013

www.rsc-em.ac.uk Martin Cooke ILT Advisor RSC EM

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xerte on the iPad

Xerte community dayhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/xerte/agm.htmincludesAlistair McNaught shattering myths about accessibility

examplesFlash version http://vle.jisctechdis.ac.uk/xot/play.php?template_id=147html5 version http://vle.jisctechdis.ac.uk/xot/play_html5.php?template_id=147

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Which version of XOT are you using?

If IT have not updated in the last two months you are still using an earlier version, pre-html5 playback

A We are not using xerteB earlier versionC XOT 1.9

Poll- which version of xerte?

Choose a, b or c

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what’s new?

html5 player integrated into XOTnew templates  

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Spoilt for choice

Video with textOR graphic with soundOR graphic and text

Gap fill Matching pairs Match words to images.  Several images on one screen Sorting and classification into groups.

check answers and get feedback

BUT just stick to text, graphic and video if you wish

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text to speech and TechDis Voices

rich media

formative feedback etc

font size and colour options

highly keyboard accessible – even drag and drop

ordinary things for learner: short term memory etc

encourages interactivity

demonstrate cause n effect with series of images 


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Connectors take you to other pages

connector pages with hyperlinks useful for •learning difficulties•deaf •dyslexia


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navigation tabs and accordion

non-linear options


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non-linear: accordion navigators


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non-linear: accordion navigators

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repositories of links to examples


Pinterest http://pinterest.com/penguinnotlob/xerte-links/

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Making coffeehttp://xerte5.techdis.palepurple.co.uk/play_3752This is an entry level resource for independence

Exploring colourhttp://xerte5.techdis.palepurple.co.uk/play_5270With BSL video


Formative assessment for LLDDhttp://itq.jisctechdis.ac.uk/xerte/play_142

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xerte export zipsend a link that allows people to download your object as a zip file

Set it up in the export feeds, tick the box. URL that will allow people to download the source code which you can include in the LO http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/toolkits/play_560 for the LO

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/toolkits/export_560 for the zip package.

You need to tick this box

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xerte export zip

Export feed box

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Resources from TechDis

• xerte Friday series• downloads• templates• examples• Sandbox

Ron Mitchell screencasts on using xerte with Moodlehttp://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=xerte&aq=f

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events and webinars

Accessibility Forum14 MarchPortland Collegehttp://bit.ly/rsc0313ai

• Tour of Portland College including the• Switch access to iPads

• A new guide to using iPads and apps

White Room

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Creating ebooks with simple toolsFriday, 8 March 09:30 - 13:30Basford Hall, Nottinghamhttp://bit.ly/rsc0313ebooks£50

hands-on workshop, creating e-books for beginners.

An opportunity to use simple free tools to create your own e-books.

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email: [email protected]

RSC Moodle http://moodle.rsc-em.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=204