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This slide show describes how to get started using CompendiumLD, a tool for creating visual representations of learning activities. ...

This slide show describes how to get started using CompendiumLD, a tool for creating visual representations of learning activities.
Teachers and media developers go through a complex decision making process when designing new learning experiences – working towards an effective pedagogical mix, combining resources, tools, student and tutor support.
For an individual media developer or teacher, the process of creating a visual map of a learning activity clarifies their own understanding of the mix. For teams comprised of individuals focused on different aspects, a visual representation supports communication about issues that need to be resolved before the activity is delivered to students.

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Getting Started With Compendium LD (version 1) Getting Started With Compendium LD (version 1) Presentation Transcript

  • Getting started with CompendiumLD
  • Introduction
    This guide focuses on howto use CompendiumLD to create a visual representation of  a learning activity.
    If you haven't already created a project and logged in, see the 'Getting started ' page on the CompendiumLD web site which will guide you through the process of creating your first CompendiumLD project and logging in.
  • First screen
    When you first start CompendiumLD and log in, it will look like this
  • Working area
    This is the working area
  • Nodes
    These elements are called ‘nodes’
  • Learning design node stencil
    On the left hand side is the learning design node stencil
  • Basic operation
    Following this slide is a short video ( < 2 minutes long) showing you how to carry out some basic functions in CompendiumLD.
    This video shows how to create, edit and link nodes and is best viewed in full screen.
    It shows version 0.75 of CompendiumLD but the principles remain the same in this version
  • Creating a learning design (1)
    Now we will look at how CompendiumLD can be used to create maps of learning activities. To begin, look at this example of a learning activity map.
    This map contains just a few of the types of learning design nodes provided by CompendiumLD.
  • Creating a learning design (2)
    Role: shows who is to perform the tasks
    Task: the tasks to be carried out
    Time
    Resource: a resource (e.g. a document or movie) to be used in the learning activity
    Tool: any tool that is used in the learning activity , e.g. forum, blog, wiki
    Stop: the end of the activity – all the learning outcomes should have been met by now!
  • Creating a learning design
    The next video shows how to design learning activities using CompendiumLD ( < 4 minutes long)
  • Other roles and relationships
    This simple example shows how interactions between learners and tutors may be modelled.
  • Doing more with CompendiumLD
    There is another slideshow which illustrates additional things you can do with CompendiumLD including
    Adding timing info
    Including documents and web pages
    Saving and sharing
    http://www.slideshare.net/andrew_x/doing-more-with-compendium-ld
  • More information
    CompendiumLD web sitehttp://compendiumld.open.ac.uk/
    Open University Learning Design Initiativehttp://ouldi.open.ac.uk/