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Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012
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Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012 about the eCampus/ Virtual Campus concept for FUAS in session "Collaboration at a Large Scale", Friday 30th November 2012

Presentation at Online Educa Berlin 2012 about the eCampus/ Virtual Campus concept for FUAS in session "Collaboration at a Large Scale", Friday 30th November 2012

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  • 1. Innovative Solutions for Regional Development an eCampus Jenni Meriläinen Lahti University of Applied Sciences eLearning Unit
  • 2. 2 Federation of Universities of Applied Sciences (FUAS) A strategic alliance formed by HAMK, Lahti and Laurea universities of applied sciences The strategic intent is to strengthen the international competitiveness of the Greater Helsinki Metropolitan AreaJanuary 21, 2013
  • 3. 3 FUAS eCampus / Virtual Campus  By 2015, the FUAS eCampus will form a shared learning environment and developer community for the students, staff and partners of the FUAS Alliance  Shared online services to support studies, research, development and innovation  Enhancing possibilities to structure personal study plans  Harmonizing the processes of FUAS organizationsJanuary 21, 2013
  • 4. STUDENT MOBILITY 4 EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURE BASED ON EDUCATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY PERSONAL STUDY PLAN TUTORING FUAS MEMBER UNIVERSITIES MAJOR / MINOR SUBJECTS THE NEEDS AND THE MINIMUM COMPETENCE FOCUS DEMANDS OFREQUIREMENTS OF MODULES AREAS SOCIETY AND DEGREES WORKING LIFE STUDY UNITS DEGREE
  • 5. 5 The eCampus / Virtual Campus concept  the FUAS eCampus takes a holistic approach to a virtual campus in which ICT plays a key role in all functions and cooperation  A holistic approach defines virtual campus as a broad conceptual framework for tools, services and facilities  No strict definition of virtual campus, every campus becomes a virtual campus in varying degrees as “blended models” become more commonJanuary 21, 2013
  • 6. 6January 21, 2013
  • 7. 7 Pilot – Joint Summer Studies  Previous attempts hindered by the lack of communication between the systems and the processes of the different organizations  The enrolment on courses, registration and evaluation now takes place in each organizations own student administration system  Information is transmitted from one system to another through a centralized integration hubJanuary 21, 2013
  • 8. 8January 21, 2013
  • 9. 9 Joint summer studies  The students find the study units of other organizations in the system of their own UAS where they can also enrol on the study units and courses.  The students access the learning environments of the partner organizations via SAML security services, implemented by the national Haka federation.  With the centralized integration hub it was possible to implement student mobility between FUAS partners without massive changes to each partner organization’s information systems.January 21, 2013
  • 10. 10 Measures taken in 2012 - Based on feedback from summer studies in 2011  Implementation of the integration hub  More online courses  More courses in English  Common instructions have been developedJanuary 21, 2013
  • 11. 11 Joint summer studies - Statistics  2011:  2 593 enrolments by 1 500 students  5 759 completed credits  2012:  3 180 enrolments by 2 305 students  6 083 completed creditsJanuary 21, 2013
  • 12. 12 Summer studies 2012 - Feedback  Enrolment deadlines need to be clearer (the implementation of the integration hub was delayed)  Processes and notifications need to be developed  The need for more compulsory, professional studies  More online courses and more flexibility  Students need to be notified about the requirements and methods of each course well in advanceJanuary 21, 2013
  • 13. 13 Conclusions – Further development  A need to enhance tutoring  Needs-based joint curricula development  Student mobility during the full academic year  Focus on harmonizing the processes while the integration hub takes care of the data transformation  A joint IT Development Manager and eCampus Development Manager for FUAS are being recruitedJanuary 21, 2013
  • 14. 14 Thank you! Jenni.merilainen@lamk.fi @JenniMerilainenJanuary 21, 2013

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