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Personal Learning Management Systems: Concept, Classification, Evaluation. Full paper, eLBa Conference 2012, Rostock, Germany.
Authors: F. Schanda, D. Dikke, N. Mueller (IMC)
Presentation: D. Dikke (IMC)

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    • Personal Learning Management Systems:Concept, Classification, EvaluationF. Schanda, D. Dikke, N. Müllerinformation multimedia communication (imc) AG © www.role-project.eu
    • Agenda1. PLMS: Basic Concepts2. System Structure and Functionalities3. Evaluation of the ROLE PLMS4. Advantages and Potential Use5. Future Development21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • PLMS: Basic Concepts LMS PLE• Curriculum-based learning • Self-directed learning• Knowledge consumption • Knowledge creation• Formal learning • Informal learning• Predefined learning tools, • Learner selects learning tools, content, and resources content, and resources Personal Learning Management System © www.role-project.eu
    • PLMS: Basic Concepts Learner profile is set and updated Plan Learner gets and provides Learner finds and selects feedback content and tools Reflect Learn Learner works on selected content and tools21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • System Structure and Functionalities21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • System Structure and Functionalities21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • System Structure and Functionalities21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • System Structure and Functionalities SEARCH PLAN REFLECT LEARN21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • Evaluation of the ROLE PLMS Test Group Test group 11 employees of an industrial company Average age: 33 years Male: 6 (55%); Female: 5 (45%) Skills Basic PC and Internet usage skills TEL experience: Low: 6 (55%) Medium: 4 (36%) High: 1 (9%) Phase 1: studying with the system Phase 2: interview and questionnaire Evaluation: User acceptance Development of SRL-skills21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • Evaluation of the ROLE PLMS Quantitative evaluation System performance 73% found PLMS useful for their particular learning purposes 55% confirmed that their learning goals could be better achieved Usability 82% found PLMS easy to use No one found usage of PLMS frustrating Affective effects 82% found usage of PLMS motivating 73% would use PLMS regularly21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • Evaluation of the ROLE PLMS Qualitative evaluation User interface + easy navigation, clear structure - language change between widgets Handling of widgets + used predefined and added further widgets + wanted to integrate familiar tools Security and privacy - sceptic towards data storage in the cloud - resource sharing only with all learners21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • Advantages and Potential Use For the learner For the organisation Extension of organisational learning Personalised tools and content environment Considering learner‘s goals and Additional tools for informal self- preferences regulated learning Independency from predefined Supporting specific organisational procedures and resources learning goals Supporting collaboration between Supporting collaborative learning employees Learning and fun Increasing employees‘ motivation21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • Advantages and Potential UseOrganisations• Blended learning/ eLearning• Commercial/ academic organisations• Vocational training/ workplace learning/ academic studyLearners• Self- and time-management competencies• PC and Internet experience21.06.2012
    • Future DevelopmentAddress collaborative learning• Sharing and rating of tools and resources• Collaborative learning tools • Common planning • Joint working on documents • Content sharing• Social media21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • Summary• PLMS = LMS + PLE• Plan – Search – Learn –Reflect• Customisation by the learner• Personalisation: tools and content• Evaluation: high acceptance/ development of SRL skills• Organisation: keeps control, extends LMS, supports SRL• Learner: higher efficiency of training, increased responsibility and motivation21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu
    • Thank you for your attention!21.06.2012 © www.role-project.eu