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Blended Learning in Higher Education: Construction of a Platform for Students of Information Science

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The InfoCenter is a learning platform of the Dept. of Information Science at the University of Düsseldorf, Germany. It consists of elements of face-to-face teaching, of multimedia mediation (text …

The InfoCenter is a learning platform of the Dept. of Information Science at the University of Düsseldorf, Germany. It consists of elements of face-to-face teaching, of multimedia mediation (text books, slides, classic texts, interactive videos, FAQ lists, video glossaries), e-Portfolios, Web 2.0 tools (wikis, weblogs, social networks, social bookmarking and folksonomies) and of the use of a learning management system (with learning units and tests). The platform was evaluated by its users (university students) by means of SERVQUAL. According to the evaluation, students are satisfied with the InfoCenter and are willing to use it for their exam preparation.

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  • 1. Ireland International Conference on Education (IICE-2012) April 16-18, 2012, Dublin, Ireland Blended Learning in Higher Education:Construction of a Platform for Students of Information Science Lisa Beutelspacher, Agnes Mainka Department of Information ScienceHeinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany
  • 2. Content• Learning with Electronic Resources• The Learning Platform „InfoCenter“• Evaluation• Further Work 2
  • 3. Learning withelectronic resources
  • 4. E-Learning• Advantages o Using multimedia content o Time and place independence o Self-paced learning o Easy update of content• Disadvantages o Lack of social interaction o Some content not suitable for virtual presentation 4
  • 5. Blended LearningTraditional Blended Learning E-Learning Learning 5
  • 6. The InfoCenter
  • 7. 7
  • 8. InfoCenter - Content Multimedia Mediation •Lecture slides •E-Porfolio (Mahara) •Interactive video lectures •Video glossaries •Text books Web 2.0 Tools Learning Management System•Wiki •Learning units•Weblog •Tests•Social bookmarking•Social networking 8
  • 9. Multimedia Mediation Lecture Slides 9
  • 10. Multimedia Mediation Interactive Video Lectures 10
  • 11. Multimedia Mediation E-Portfolio 11
  • 12. Multimedia Mediation Video Glossaries 12
  • 13. Web 2.0 Tools Wiki 13
  • 14. Web 2.0 Tools Weblog 14
  • 15. Web 2.0 Tools Social Bookmarking 15
  • 16. Web 2.0 Tools Social Networking 16
  • 17. Learning Management System Learning Units 17
  • 18. Learning Management System Tests 18
  • 19. Evaluation
  • 20. Evaluation• SERVQUAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Bad Rating Good Rating Expectation Experience How useful are Social How useful is the Network platforms for your Facebook Profile studies „Information Science“ for you studies 20
  • 21. EvaluationHigh acceptance • Interactive Video Lectures • TestsLower acceptance • Wiki • Social Bookmarking • Mahara 21
  • 22. Further work
  • 23. Further work• Integrate more lectures and seminars• Better combination of the different media• Find out how to motivate students to use Social Media for learning• Implement mobile learning 23
  • 24. Thank you very much for your attention Contact: lisa.beutelspacher@hhu.de agnes.mainka@hhu.de

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