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SubCollaboration

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Platform to manage a shared folder for a large number of teams.

Platform to manage a shared folder for a large number of teams.

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  • 1. From a PLE to a Collaborative environment Abelardo Pardo Department of Telematic Engineering University Carlos III of Madrid
  • 2. SubCollaboration • Students are divided into 4 or 5 people teams • Each team shares one folder • Folder is initially cloned from a model • Easy to propagate changes from model to student folders • Easy to monitor the activities in the folder From a PLE to a Collaborative environment 2
  • 3. Shared folders From a PLE to a Collaborative environment 3
  • 4. Advantages • Flexible folder (some dirs fixed + some created by the students) • Easy to answer questions (when combined with the forum) • Easy to track submissions • Easy to include “on the fly” changes • Ready to include some more aggressive adaptation From a PLE to a Collaborative environment 4
  • 5. Changing workspace • Read-only folders • Read/write folders • No-permission folders From a PLE to a Collaborative environment 5
  • 6. Appearance • CLI tool • Administrator required • Access to a machine serving a SVN repository • Accepted by instructors • Surprisingly easy to introduce to students # Section 5 (5 teams) 100066879 100072751 100060691 # Team 38 100066981 100081433 100081435 100066983 # Team 39 100081436 100073284 100074810 100081397 # Team 40 100073325 100081398 100066842 100081472 # Team 41 100081407 100068925 100077072 100081483 # Team 42 From a PLE to a Collaborative environment 6
  • 7. Status • In use in a second year course • Easy deployment • Tool being polished • Potential for more formal collaborative activities • Integrated within a “script” From a PLE to a Collaborative environment 7

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