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Introduction Presentation for LinkedUp kickoff meeting

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  • 1.  Facts20.000 Students60 Mio. Euro Budget15 Study placesCELSTEC- 100 FTE- 7 Mio. budget (R.Koper)- 2 R&D Programs: a.) Technology-Enhanced Learning (M.Specht) b.) Learning Science (P. Kirschner) Hendrik Drachsler 4 December 2012 1
  • 2.   Involvement in European Projects Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) CooperationLearning Environments Learner Support TEL Inquiry Content Creativity 3 Hendrik Drachsler 4 December 2012 2
  • 3.  Involvement in European Projects Different professions SALOMO Health Logistics Water management Teacher education 4 Hendrik Drachsler 4 December 2012 3
  • 4.  Dr. Hendrik Drachsler (WP2 Leader):Research Interests in social media, mobile technologies, TEL,semantic web and recommender systems (www.drachsler.de).Mail: hendrik.drachsler@ou.nlPhone: 0031-(0)45-576-2218Skype: celstec-hendrik.drachslerDr. Slavi Stoyanov:Research Interests in developing educational materials incooperation with domain experts and performance supportsystems. Expert in applied research methods esp. GroupConcept Mapping.Mail: slavi.stoyanov@ou.nlPhone: 0031-(0)45-576-2893 Hendrik Drachsler 4 December 2012 4
  • 5.  Dr. Hendrik Drachsler (Project Manager):Research Interests in social media, mobile technologies, TEL,semantic web and recommender systems (www.drachsler.de).Mail: hendrik.drachsler@ou.nlPhone: 0031-(0)45-576-2218Skype: celstec-hendrik.drachslerDr. Slavi Stoyanov:Research Interests in developing educational materials incooperation with domain experts and performance supportsystems. Expert in applied research methods esp. GroupConcept Mapping.Mail: slavi.stoyanov@ou.nlPhone: 0031-(0)45-576-2893 Hendrik Drachsler 4 December 2012 5
  • 6.  LinkedUp  Vision     Adopting open Web data, educational and cross-domain resources to provide educational services up to university degree-level in open and distance education. 1) A domain-specific 2) A generic set of criteria (educational) set of for the evaluation of open criteria Web data applications. “There is a substantial risk that the evaluation criteria are not adequately specified." At what point are the criteria adequately specified? When the stakeholders agree on the criteria. Hendrik Drachsler 15/05/12 6
  • 7.   Development  of  the  Evalua7on  Framework     P1: Initialisation P2: Establishment P3: Exit and and Evaluation Sustainability M0-M6: Preparation M7-M18: Competition cycle M18-M24: Finalising Comp etition Revie Final Expert 3x Draft w of EF proposal EF release validation of EF New Refin versio ement n of EFLiterature review Group Concept DocumentationCognitive Mapping Mapping Dissemination Practical experiences and refinement Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 7
  • 8.  LinkedUp     Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 15/05/12 8
  • 9.  Cogni7ve  Mapping  1. Literature review of suitable evaluation approaches and criteria2. Review of comprising initiatives such as LinkedEducation, MULCE, E3FPLE andthe SIG dataTEL   Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 9
  • 10.  Group  Concept  Mapping    •  Group Concept Mapping resembles the Post-it notes problem solving technique and Delphi method•  GCM involves participants in a few simple activities (generating, sorting and rating of ideas) that most people are used to.GCM is different in two substantial ways:1. Robust analysis (MDS and HCA)GCM takes up the original participants contribution and then quantitativelyaggregate it to show their collective view (as thematic clusters)2. VisualisationGCM presents the results from the analysis as conceptual maps and other graphicalrepresentations (pattern matching and go-zones). Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 10
  • 11.  Development  of  the  Evalua7on  Framework     Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 15/05/12 11
  • 12.  WP2  Planning  -­‐  M6   Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 12
  • 13.  S3: Eval. framework & criteria  •  05-minute Introduction (Hendrik)•  20-minute Presentations on experiences, best practices (Philippe Cudré-Mauroux) (Nikolaus Forgo)•  10-minute Plenary Discussion on lessons learned for LinkedUp (All)•  15-minute Presentation on Group Concept Mapping (Hendrik)•  15-minute Presentation of the initial version of the evaluation framework + examples for educational and usability evaluation criteria and suitable methods (Hendrik)•  25-minute Plenary discussion on suitable evaluation criteria, methods, and experts that should be involved in the development of the evaluation framework Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 13
  • 14.  Group  Concept  Mapping     Example: EU FP7 Handover •  105 criteria about accurate handover training interventions •  Sorting on similarity in meaning •  Rating on importance and feasibility Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 14
  • 15.  Group  Concept  Mapping     A point map Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 15
  • 16.  Group  Concept  Mapping     A cluster map Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 16
  • 17.  Group  Concept  Mapping     Clusters’ labels A Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 17
  • 18.  Group  Concept  Mapping     Rating Map importance Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 18
  • 19.  Group  Concept  Mapping     Rating Map feasibility Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 19
  • 20.  Group  Concept  Mapping     Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 20
  • 21.  Practical experiences and refinement Compe titions Review Draft 3x of EF Refine New version ment of EF Stefan Dietze Hendrik Drachsler 25/05/12 21
  • 22.  Thank you! Stefan Dietze 25/05/12 22

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