7Cs e-tivities map (Work-In-Progress)
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Mapping to the 7CsE-tivity numberE-tivity titlePurposeLinks to e-tivity rubrics on Google Docs (OERs in the public domain)
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Conceptualise1Dreams and nightmaresTo note the dreams you want to realise in your learning design, and the nightmare scenarios you want to avoid.
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Conceptualise2Introduce YourselfTo introduce yourself to other participants and experience using a discussion forum as a student.http://goo.gl/dwEux
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Conceptualise (blog can also be used to consolidate?)3Start Your Reflective BlogTo start a blog in the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) with your expectations of, and reflections on the learning design course. http://goo.gl/j5FPX
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Conceptualise4Agree on your Course DescriptionTo share the description of the module/course that you plan to design, and the audience profile for your coursehttp://goo.gl/YRYYF
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Conceptualise5Brainstorm: How to ruin a courseTo identify undesirable course features to be avoided.http://goo.gl/d9Quy
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Conceptualise6Reflect on pedagogical models for your course
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Conceptualise7Consider Your Course FeaturesTo consider the features you want to include in your module/course, which will affect not only the look and feel of the course, but also the nature of the learners’ experience.http://goo.gl/CRpc5
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Conceptualise8Brainstorm: What are forums, blogs and wikis good for?To consider the use of three central, VLE-based tools for interactions.http://goo.gl/yrtmV
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Conceptualise9Create Your Course MapTo start mapping out your module/course, including your plans for guidance and support, content and the learner experience, reflection and demonstration, and communication and collaboration.http://goo.gl/Z5eu7
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Conceptualise10Analyse Your Activity ProfileTo consider the balance of activity types that will be included in your module/course.http://goo.gl/WMIzu
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Conceptualise11Clarify your learning outcomesTo ensure that your learning outcome statements are clear and, where relevant, measurable.
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Create12Plan for AssessmentTo create an assessment plan for the module/course, incorporating good practice.http://goo.gl/hvaDZ
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Create13Develop Your StoryboardTo develop a storyboard for your module/course in which the learning outcomes are aligned with the assessment events, topics (contents) and e-tivities.http://goo.gl/z1VON
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Capture14Discuss: Using and reusing OERsTo learn about different ways of using OERs based on evidence from research and to plan for the creation of open content.http://goo.gl/GuAgg
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Capture15OER searchTo compare the results of different kinds of OER searches.
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Capture16E-tivity 9: Do a Resource AuditTo decide how you will source the content for your module/course, including the possibility of incorporating OERs produced elsewhere.http://goo.gl/C31yv
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Create17Use Your VoiceTo practise the use of voice technologies to foster learning.http://goo.gl/fNoy1
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Create18Plan a Series of PodcastsTo plan for the creation of a series of podcasts/audio files.http://goo.gl/ssDv9
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Create19Create a Podcast for LearningTo produce a sample podcast for your module/course.http://goo.gl/BpQXM
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Capture20Find and Use Open ImagesTo find and incorporate suitable images into OERs.http://goo.gl/ZTJlq
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Create21Develop Your E-tivitiesTo generate one or more e-tivities for your module/course, ensuring alignment with your storyboard and course map.http://goo.gl/mJV9N
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Capture22Explore Web-Based Learning TechnologiesTo identify suitable non-VLE learning technologies that can be integrated to your course.http://goo.gl/mZpNn
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ConsolidateAction planninghttp://goo.gl/iSmWf
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