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ROLE Project Status Meeting (January 2011)


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This is a presentation of ROLE Project Status from January 2011. …

This is a presentation of ROLE Project Status from January 2011.
1. Project Facts
2. Goals ofROLE
3. Main responsibilities of IMC
4. What did ROLE do?
5. What did IMC in ROLE do?
6. The ROLE Showcase Platform (in Development)
7. The ROLE Widget Store (in Development)
8. Widget Store –Main Components
9. Next Steps for ROLE

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  • 1. New Business Kick-offROLE Project Status MeetingNils Faltin (IMC AG)Daniel Dahrendorf (IMC AG) ©
  • 2. Project Facts• ROLE: Responsive Open Learning Environments• Budget: 8 500 000 €• Start: February 2009• Project duration: 48 Months• Project partners: 16 ©
  • 3. Goals of ROLE• Support individual assembly of accessible learning services, tools and resources• Research and develop a psycho-pedagogically sound framework• Create new engineering methodologies• Develop and sustain an evaluation methodology• Exploit and disseminate the ROLE results ©
  • 4. Main responsibilities of IMC• Service Syndication Platform (ROLE Widget Store)• Interoperability Framework - Prototypical implementations (Task lead)• Learning Widgets (Service Bundles)• ROLE platform for test-bed FESTO• Exploitation: WP lead, Showcase Platform• Dissemination ©
  • 5. What did ROLE do?• Overview about available frameworks and tools• Created widget bundles for the different testbeds• Developed a psycho-pedagogical model for recommendations• Creating prototypical implementations of a common background infrastructure for widgets – Remote real time inter-widget communication – Authentication and authorization concept for widgets (goal SSO) – User Monitoring – Collaborative portable Widget Spaces, user profiles (first version) among other things realized using: ©
  • 6. What did IMC in ROLE do?• Developed different sets of widgets• Integrated them in different containers (e.g. CLIX 2010) Based on & & ©
  • 7. What did IMC in ROLE do?• Developed dissemination and exploitation strategies• Pushed ROLE into web 2.0 communities ©
  • 8. The ROLE Showcase Platform (in Development) Based on ©
  • 9. The ROLE Widget Store (in Development) Based on & ©
  • 10. Widget Store – Main Components Widget Store Learning Community of Widget Bundle LMS / PLE system Activities and Recommendation Practice Templates integration Competences Education related widgets ©
  • 11. Next Steps for ROLE• Develop recommendation services• New versions of learning environments and services• Base technologies: User behaviour tracking, real time collaboration, single sign on, enhanced user profiles• Evaluate ROLE technology in the testbeds• Spread the ROLE technology to open source communities• Arrange a widget contest using the Widget Store ©