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  • 1. Collaborative Project – FP7- ICT- 2009 - 257886PERSONALIZED LEARNING & COLLABORATIVE WORKINGENVIRONMENT FOSTERING SOCIAL CREATIVITY ANDINNOVATIONS INSIDE THE ORGANISATIONSThe ARISTOTELE projectSTRACKE, Christian M. & KRETSCHMER, Thomas H.University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany) &The whole ARISTOTELE project consortium
  • 2. 2http://www.aristotele-ip.euOutline ARISTOTELE: general information Problems to overcome What ARISTOTELE is about The strategy Evaluation Evaluation framework Outlook
  • 3. 3http://www.aristotele-ip.eu Coordinated by CRMPA (IT) 8 partners (IT, DE, AU, SL) 6.4 M€ (4.5M€ funding by the EC) for 3 years High strategic impact thanks to business orientation: Two pilot partners involved in different domains (PHI and AMIS) Starting from an existing solution (IWT) Presence of a partner with a role of as innovator/early adopter(ENG) Innovative approach to conceive relations amongknowledge flows, learning objectives, and creativitywithin the organizationGeneral information
  • 4. 4http://www.aristotele-ip.euARISTOTELE PartnersARISTOTELEAcademicIndustrialPilotResearch
  • 5. 5http://www.aristotele-ip.euOutline ARISTOTELE: general information Problems to overcome What ARISTOTELE is about The strategy Evaluation Evaluation framework Outlook
  • 6. 6http://www.aristotele-ip.euProblems to overcome (I) Separation and missing interconnection between enterprise learningpathways and real contingent workers’ needs. Missing links between learning strategies oriented to differentworking and organisational contexts. Difficulty to capture and reuse formal and informal knowledge as abasis for organisational learning. Once the needed knowledge isacquired, all information on how this knowledge was builtdisappears High-level fragmentation of data, information, tools and environmentused by workers to operate in their working life (studying, carryingout process activities, discussing, collaborating, etc.). Difficulty to assess, exploit, share and reuse learning experiences interms of approach, contents and knowledge both at personal andenterprise level. Missing of any form of Collective Intelligence.
  • 7. 7http://www.aristotele-ip.euProblems to overcome (II)In Enterprise contexts, organizational, learning, and social collaborationprocesses are, generally, managed in an isolated fashionUsers &TechnologiesOrganisationalProcessesLearningProcessesSocialCollaborationProcessesKnowledgeCreativityOrganisational Contextrequireaquiredthroughsharedorganisedenrichedgeneratesupport /fosterimprove /innovateCompetencesARISTOTELE aims to jointly exploitthem through a sort of virtuous cyclewhere intangible values (creativity,competences, and knowledge) aretracked and collected whengenerated within processes in orderto: Be exploited in other processes Improve/innovate other processesCentral to this virtuous cycle are: The worker The enabling role of technologies
  • 8. 8http://www.aristotele-ip.euOutline ARISTOTELE: general information Problems to overcome What ARISTOTELE is about The strategy Evaluation Evaluation framework Outlook
  • 9. 9http://www.aristotele-ip.euWhat ARISTOTELE is about develops the ARISTOTELE platform as an onlineenvironment for personalized learning andcollaborative working to foster social creativity,innovations, knowledge and HR management insideorganizations supports five defined organisational areas (Learning& Training, Human Resource Management,Collaboration, Knowledge Management, Innovation)by five machine-readable conceptual models,patterns and methodologies measured bycompetence-based outcome indicators.
  • 10. 10http://www.aristotele-ip.euKnowledgeManagement (KM) Semantic representation User generated content modelling and analysis Competencies updatingCollaborativeNetworks(CN) Recommender system providing suggestions. differentconfiguration of the recommenders service are planned (Taskrecommender, Human Resource Recommender and CrewRecommender)Human ResourceManagement (HRM) Competency updating Team buildingLearning ExperienceGeneration (LEG) Learning and assessment Learning experience generationPersonal Work andLearningEnvironment (PWLE) Personal task management Activity Stream Receiving suggestions Semantic RepresentationTools and capabilities
  • 11. 11http://www.aristotele-ip.euOutline ARISTOTELE: general information Problems to overcome What ARISTOTELE is about The strategy Evaluation Evaluation framework Outlook
  • 12. 12http://www.aristotele-ip.euThe strategy – overall view12
  • 13. 13http://www.aristotele-ip.euOutline ARISTOTELE: general information Problems to overcome What ARISTOTELE is about The strategy Evaluation Evaluation framework Outlook
  • 14. 14http://www.aristotele-ip.euPhases Evaluation Level NameARISTOTELE EvaluationIterationsConceptualEvaluationEvaluation Level 1 (EL1) Concept Validation ---Pilot Trial 1Evaluation Level 2 (EL2) Usability Study1st Evaluation IterationCycleEvaluation Level 3 (EL3) User Validation of ToolsPilot Trial 2 Evaluation Level 4 (EL4)Software ValidationandImpact Measurement2nd Evaluation IterationCycleEvaluation (I)
  • 15. 15http://www.aristotele-ip.euEvaluation (II)Phases Level Name MethodologiesConceptualEvaluationLevel 1Concept Validation(qualitative evaluation)Phase 1: Individual Experts Reviews(internal and external experts)Phase 2: SWOT Analysis from Focus GroupPilot Trial 1Level 2Usability Study(qualitative evaluation)Cognitive WalkthroughLevel 3User Validation of Tools(qualitative andquantitative evaluation)Functional TestingQuantitative Survey (Online Questionnaire)Pilot Trial 2 Level 4Software Validation andImpact Measurement(qualitative andquantitative evaluation)Phase 1: Software Validation Functional Testing(Validation and Verification) Extended Oral Feedback on UsabilityAspects (if needed)Phase 2: Impact Measurement Semi-Structured Interviews on Impact(Platform and Tools) Impact measurement (KPI) Quantitative Survey(Online Questionnaire)
  • 16. 16http://www.aristotele-ip.euOutline ARISTOTELE: general information Problems to overcome What ARISTOTELE is about The strategy Evaluation Evaluation framework Outlook
  • 17. 17http://www.aristotele-ip.eu Evaluation level 4 started in March 2013 withpreparations for pilot trial II to establish the non-treatment groups Due to the complexity of the object to be evaluated(integrated ARISTOTELE platform with all tools),an extended pilot trial II is envisaged Final platform ready for July 2013Outlook
  • 18. Thank you!Any questions?thomas.kretschmer@icb.uni-due.dewww.aristotele-ip.eu