ELGG: the Social e-Portfolio

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Presentation by Ben Werdmuller providing an introduction to the ELGG social software

Presentation by Ben Werdmuller providing an introduction to the ELGG social software

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  • 1. Elgg :: the social ePortfolio Creating your own digital identity
  • 2. Brief History
    • Top down approach to ePortfolios
    • Developing an alternative
    • Establishing your own space (learners)
    • Provides a learner controlled space to explore, reflect, use as they want
    • It is about creating your own identity, then using this to interact with others, around common interests
  • 3. My Personal Learning landscape Tags Profile Customise Syndication Files Friends Contact 1 Contact 2 Contact 3 Community 1 Community 2 Community 3 Member 1 Member 2 Member 3 Community space Personal space Access controls LiveJournal Flickr Friendster Etc. Learning Landscape Weblog
  • 4. Users choice
    • Interoperability/integration
    • Users should be able to choose which tools they interact with
    • Open standards
    • Disability considerations
    • Usability is the key!
  • 5. Technologies
    • Blogging / Wikis
    • PLE’s / ePortfolios
    • RSS / aggregation
    • FOAF / RDF
    • SSO – single sign on / OpenID
    • Extensible architecture – API’s
  • 6. The ePortfolio part
    • Gather up evidence
    • Persists beyond the duration or a course or program
    • Allows for reflective commentary which can be shared with as many or few people as the user wants
    • Builds up an identity which can be shared and used to make connections to others - auto tags
    • Pull in resources which are important
    • Use your identity to interact in other learning communities
  • 7. The ePortfolio part two
    • Profile :: identity
    • Blogs :: reflective thoughts, dissemination, collaboration
    • Files :: artifacts, evidence
    • Access controls :: controlling your space
    • Resources :: pull in relevant content
    • Communities :: ad-hoc spaces for lightweight collaboration
  • 8. Elgg and Moodle
    • 3 rd Party development
    • Looking to build seamless integration which will allow SSO between apps, as well as file transfer (phase two)
    • Elgg provides the social, free flowing, learner defined space – Moodle provides the institutional structure
    • Until now development has been a pilot however more funding has been secured
  • 9. Where to next for Elgg?
    • Development of a presentation module
    • Extensive aggregation of external services
    • Resume/CV component
    • Continue to gather user data and build example scenarios to help new users
    • Improved user interface and admin area
    • Development of OpenAcademic
    • Construction of a global learning environment
  • 10. Thanks!
    • Thank you for listening.
    • Dave Tosh
    • [email_address]
    • Ben Werdmuller
    • [email_address]