An Exploratory Study for the Deployment of a Techno-pedagogical Staff Learning Environment<br />Laurent Moccozet, Omar Ben...
Plan<br />Context<br />Motivations<br />Exploratorystudy<br />Studyresults<br />Implementation<br />Furtherdevelopments<br...
Context<br />How to introduce and implement PLE at an institution level such as the University of Geneva ?<br />Various au...
Motivation<br />Lots of sound objectives: <br />Encourage and develop learners autonomy in an institutional context.<br />...
Exploratorystudy<br />Three action lines<br />Quantitative survey<br />14000 students asked about their IT and Web 2.0 pra...
StudyResults<br />Local resources:<br />Personal resources (mainly available from the student’s personal equipments – lapt...
Studyresults<br />
Studyresults<br />Equipment ? Definitely not a problem !<br />Students are <br />not proactive with web 2.0 resources and ...
Studyresults<br />Doctoral students are identified as a potential “early adopters” audience for a PLE.<br />Doctoral stude...
Implementation<br />A global approach:<br />Pedagogical axis associates technology watch, awareness and training.<br />T...
Implementation<br />
Pedagogical axis<br />Awareness<br />       Dedicated blog<br />Watch:<br /> Introduction of a collaborative tool for ev...
Technological axis<br />Pedagogical dashboard :<br />A «hub», a single entry point to access/manage formal and informal re...
Technological axis<br />Graaasp<br />
Technological axis<br />
Further developments<br />Extend PLE with/to other institutions:<br />Lausanne Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Euro...
Conclusion<br />Design and build an accurate global environment to stimulate new models of learning.<br />
Your questions<br />
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  1. 1. An Exploratory Study for the Deployment of a Techno-pedagogical Staff Learning Environment<br />Laurent Moccozet, Omar Benkacem, BinetaNdiaye, VjollcaAhmeti, Patrick Roth, Pierre-Yves Burgi, University of Geneva, Switzerland<br />
  2. 2. Plan<br />Context<br />Motivations<br />Exploratorystudy<br />Studyresults<br />Implementation<br />Furtherdevelopments<br />Conclusion<br />
  3. 3. Context<br />How to introduce and implement PLE at an institution level such as the University of Geneva ?<br />Various audiences (students, teaching staff, administrative and technical staff)<br />A range of available e-learning systems (2 LMSs, CMS, Blog, Mediaserver, Portal my.unige, etc…)<br />
  4. 4. Motivation<br />Lots of sound objectives: <br />Encourage and develop learners autonomy in an institutional context.<br />Provide an integrated access to formal and informal resources.<br />Facilitate the development of collaborative learning networks among learners.<br />But where are we starting from:<br />  What are the current practices ?<br />Don’t change practices, make them evolve<br />
  5. 5. Exploratorystudy<br />Three action lines<br />Quantitative survey<br />14000 students asked about their IT and Web 2.0 practices (from which 1400 answered). <1><br />Data collect and processing<br />Qualitative survey<br />Interviews with 7 members of the boards of students associations from different faculties. <2><br />Interviews with 10 teachers and techno-pedagogical experts. <3><br />
  6. 6. StudyResults<br />Local resources:<br />Personal resources (mainly available from the student’s personal equipments – laptop, smartphone, desktop…).<br />Institutional resources:<br />Resources available from the institution (mainly LMSs).<br />External (cloud) resources:<br />Resources available from the Web 2.0 ecosystem.<br />
  7. 7. Studyresults<br />
  8. 8. Studyresults<br />Equipment ? Definitely not a problem !<br />Students are <br />not proactive with web 2.0 resources and tools usage (no particular interest to “discover”).<br />opportunistic with their usages of Web 2.0 resources and tools. <br />usages are mainly evolving according to the evolution of the environment they know (ex : Facebook, google …)<br />having informal learning/training usages of the Web 2.0 resources and tools (but they don’t know)<br />
  9. 9. Studyresults<br />Doctoral students are identified as a potential “early adopters” audience for a PLE.<br />Doctoral students are the one that are the more interested in accessing “external” resources.<br />
  10. 10. Implementation<br />A global approach:<br />Pedagogical axis associates technology watch, awareness and training.<br />Technological axis introduces the PLE as a “pedagogical dashboard” to aggregate IT resources.<br />
  11. 11. Implementation<br />
  12. 12. Pedagogical axis<br />Awareness<br />  Dedicated blog<br />Watch:<br /> Introduction of a collaborative tool for evaluating and sharing resources <br />Training:<br /><ul><li>Soft skills seminars for PhD students (digital & information literacy)</li></ul> Dedicated training modules (based on activities)<br /> Experimenting dashboard in pilot classes<br />
  13. 13. Technological axis<br />Pedagogical dashboard :<br />A «hub», a single entry point to access/manage formal and informal resources.<br />Evolutive environment:<br />Pre-integrated resources (no requirement to discover…)<br />Open to new resources (… but you if you want/can anyway)<br />
  14. 14. Technological axis<br />Graaasp<br />
  15. 15. Technological axis<br />
  16. 16. Further developments<br />Extend PLE with/to other institutions:<br />Lausanne Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EuropeanprojectROLE) <br />University of Fribourg <br />University of Lausanne<br />University of Zurich<br />SWITCH members<br />
  17. 17. Conclusion<br />Design and build an accurate global environment to stimulate new models of learning.<br />
  18. 18. Your questions<br />
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