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