Educational Projects (PROJECTS) Friday 12th of AprilVenla VuorjokiLET – Learning and Educational Technology Research UnitUniversity of Oulu2013-04-12
2013-01-18 2013-02-01 2013-02-15 2013-03-22 2013-04-12 2013-05-03 2013-05-17Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-11:30KTK215 KTK215 KTK215 KTK215 HU206 KTK215 KTK305 KTK207 KTK215Course info Lecture: Lecture: Lectures: Lecture: Project Summing up Planning a Educational Project funding, Evaluating presentations the course project projects Project reports projects Meetin Meeting All the clients g with with the present the client client THE PROJECT IN TEAMS BRAINSTORMING AND PLANNING TEAMS PLANNING THE PROJECT IN THE PROJECT IN TEAMS PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING THE PROJECT IN TEAMS IMPLEMENTING AND REPORTING THE PROJECT IN TEAMS IMPLEMENTING AND REPORTING TEAMS FINALIZING THE PROJECT INTeamwork Teamwork Teamwork Teamwork Teamwork ICT Finalizing the Workshop: teamwork Consulting Consulting Consulting digital stories appointments appointments appointments PECHA POSTER DIGITAL KUCHA STORY IDEA PROJECT MID FINAL PAPER PLAN PROJECT PROJECT REPORT REPORT Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-12
Today’s schedule: Friday 2013-02-0108:15-09:45 Poster, digital story and the final Venla VallivaaraHU206 report Suvi Tast Project experiences10:00-11:30 Thinking about business from Johanna BlueminkHU206 educational background12:30-14:00 Peer evaluation of your mid projectHU206 reports Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-12
Digital story: working phase 2• Based on your written story take/create/search/choose – Pictures – Videos – texts (written parts or narrations) and – music Write an audiovisual script to your story Once upon a time... Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-12
The final project report• Based on your mid project report and the comments you get today…• Includes – Basic information about the project – The theoretical and practical background – Goals – Target group – Implementation and timetable – Resources – Results – Follow-up and evaluation – Communication and information spreading• Should be written and sent to your instructor (and to your client) by 15th of May• Evaluated by the instructors• Written in English or Finnish Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-12
Poster• In academic world one of the usual ways of presenting projects, reseach results etc.• Summarizes the most important facts about your project in (visually and verbally) clear form.• Usually posters are read from 1,5 meters and in 11 seconds people make the decision to read it through (based on the visual appearence)• More information about academic posters in http://colinpurrington.com/tips/academic/posterdesign Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-12
Poster includes• Title (interesting, explanatory, not too long)• Names of the writers, studies and the organization• Introduction – Basic information, backgroung and main goals of the project (the theoretical framework can have it’s own paragraph)• Implementation – The main phases and actions of the project (tables and graphics can make it more clear)• Results – 1-3 main results of the project (tables or graphics?)• Discussion/Conclusion – The results compared to the background, goals and implementation – Meaning of the project, sustainability and ideas for future development• References• Venla Vuorjoki information and logos Contact LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-12
When designing a poster Pay attention to:• Content – You can’t include everything so you really need to know, what’s important – Titles should be interesting and informative• Style – Should fit the content, client’s image and your own taste of style – Colourful is good, but too much is too much – The fonts (readability and style)• Different elements – Make sure that pictures are clear and usable – Usually people notice tables and figures before body text – You can highlight or clarify contents with bullets, text boxes, lines, boldings, italics… Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-12
Poster in PROJECTS course• Presented shortly to your client and to other students on 3rd of May• Are done in English• Size: A0 (841 x 1 189 mm)• Includes the logos of LET, UO and the client• Final versions should be sent in PDF-form to Venla by Thursday 25th of April.• If you want some comments about your poster from your instructor before that, send your working version by Thurday 18th (to Venla) or Sunday 21st (to Aino-Maaria) and you will get the comments during the next day.• Peer-evaluated in teams (Assessment form in http://www.oulu.fi/let/node/12248) Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-12
Mid Project Report Peer feedback discussions • Is the report clear and coherent? • Can you clearly see what has been 12:30-13:00 done and what will be done next in Bridge the project? Socrates • Is the practical implementation of the ICIT project in line with the theoretical background, context and the aims of the project 13:00-13:30 • What is especially good in the project C&C and in the report? OT • What written part still needs some special attention before the final report? 13:30-14:00 • What kind of ideas or suggestions Stay Informed about the project implementation you OTT have for the project team?Venla VuorjokiLET – Learning and Educational Technology Research UnitUniversity of Oulu2013-04-12
For the next time:• The implementation of your project will go on as it is written in your project plan…• Digital story: working phase 2 in our next meeting you are compiling the story from your audiovisual elements• Posters (final versions) should be sent in PDF-form to Venla by Thursday 25th of April.• Be prepared to give a short (15 min) spoken presentation of your poster to the other students and your client on 3rd of May• The final report should be sent to your instructor before 15th of May Venla Vuorjoki LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-04-12
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