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Presentation at the 2nd eScience Network Conference. Juni 12, 2013 at Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden. See also the Poster: …

Presentation at the 2nd eScience Network Conference. Juni 12, 2013 at Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden. See also the Poster: http://de.slideshare.net/anjalorenz/plakat-escience-celepro

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  • 1. Anja LorenzClusterE-LearningeScience Network ConferenceDresden, 12.06.2013CELeProCollaboration in E-Learning Projects
  • 2. Science todayProject based, mobile, time-flexible
  • 3. Collaboration in TeachingWith whom have you worked together in context of teaching?With…of your ownprofessor-shipof your owninstitutionof otherhigher educ.institutionsOutside ofhighereducationnocollabo-ration(visiting)professor55.0%(138)48.2%(121)31.1%(78)19.1%(48)13.1%(33)researchassociate64.9%(163)52.2%(131)24.7%(62)19.5%(49)7.6%(19)undergraduateassistants43.8%(110)27.9%(70)5.6%(14)1.6%(4)25.9%(65)otherpersons8.0%(20)6.8%(17)2.4%(6)22.7 %(57)31.1%(78)No collaboration with any of the given groups:6 persons (2.4%, N=253)16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 3 | 19
  • 4. Enabled by Tools and ConceptsSocial Software Tools, E-Learning 2.0, SocialLearning, Communities of Practice, …
  • 5. Objective of CELePro16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 6 | 19
  • 6. Method: Online SurveyClicks to Survey: 824Started: 543 (65.9%)Compled: 253 (30.7% resp. 48.1%)16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 7 | 19
  • 7. 16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 8 | 19
  • 8. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationThe typical lecturer at a higher education institution in Saxony
  • 9. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationDemographics (N=253)• Male (71.1%) Female 26.5%, No answer 2.4%• 37 years old median (average: 38.55), range: 25–76• University (70.8%)• Diploma (37.5%)• Engineer (42.1%)n= 252• Research Associate with regular teachingtasks (36.8%)University of Applied Sciences 25.3%,School of arts 3.6%, Other 0.4%PhD 31.2%, Habilitation 14.6%,Master 4.3%, Bachelor 1.6% …Chair 27.7%, Research Associate withsporadic teaching tasks 17.8% …16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 10 | 19
  • 10. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationCollaboration in Teaching: Information Management ActivitiesActivity % nSharing documents 64.0 162Creating and editing text 53.8 138Sharing links & sources 39.1 99Managing metadata 24.5 6216.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 11 | 19
  • 11. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationCollaboration in Teaching: Communication ActivitiesActivity % nChatting (1:1) 52.2 132Group notification (1:m) 44.7 113Group communication (n:m) 34.8 88Automatic notification 29.2 74Giving feedback 19.4 4916.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 12 | 19
  • 12. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationCollaboration in Teaching: Relationship Management ActivitiesActivity % nManaging his own user profile 34.4 87Managing contacts 34.0 8616.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 13 | 19
  • 13. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationUsage of Social Software Tools for Teaching (N=253)ToolPerma-nently oftenSome-timesveryseldom neverdo notknowthat toolSocialNetworks2.8% 4.3% 6.3% 9.9% 75.5% 1.2%Wikis 4.7% 10.7% 16.2% 19.8% 44.3% 4.3%Weblogs 1.2% 2.0% 6.7% 8.7% 76.3% 5.1%Micro-blogging0.4% 1.2% 2.4% 6.7% 84.6% 4.7%MediaSharing0.4% 6.3% 14.6% 17.8% 58.9% 2.0%SocialBookmarking0.0% 1.2% 2.4% 5.1% 72.3% 19.0%16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 14 | 19
  • 14. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationUsage of Social Software Tools for Teaching (N=253)Never!(44.3% Wikis – 84.6% Microblogging)From comments:eMail, OPAL, telephone, personal contact16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 15 | 19
  • 15. Some further resultsPoster• What social softwaretools are used bycollaborativeactivity?• Which collaborativeactivities areperformed withinteaching tasks?Data Report (in July)16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 16 | 19
  • 16. ConclusionsCollaboration inteaching takes place… but not by means ofSocial Software Tools!
  • 17. Further research?Case Study ≈ Show Case:Periodic repetition of the survey?
  • 18. Thank you!Remarks? Questions?“It might also bequestioned whethercooperation andsocial media isperhaps attributed ahigher potentialthan they actuallyhave… “(GMW 13 Reviewer,11.06.2013)16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 19 | 19
  • 19. ReferencesDIN EN ISO/IEC 19796-1 (2009). Informationstechnik – Lernen, Ausbilden undWeiterbilden – Qualitätsmanagement, -sicherung und -metriken – Teil 1:Allgemeiner Ansatz (ISO/IEC 19796-1:2005); Deutsche Fassung EN ISO/IEC 19796-1:2009. Deutsches Institut für Normung e. V. Berlin: Beuth.DIN PAS 1032-1 (2004). Aus- und Weiterbildung unter besondererBerücksichtigung von e-Learning – Teil 1: Referenzmodell fürQualitätsmanagement und Qualitätssicherung – Planung, Entwicklung,Durchführung und Evaluation von Bildungsprozessen undBildungsangeboten. Deutsches Institut für Normung e. V. Berlin: Beuth.Ebner, M. & Lorenz, A. (2011). Web 2.0 als Basistechnologien für CSCL-Umgebungen. In Haake, J., Schwabe, G. & Wessner, M. (Hrsg.): CSCL-Kompendium 2.0 (in Vorbereitung). Frankfurt: Oldenbourg.Freistaat Sachsen. (2011). Personal an den Hochschulen im Freistaat Sachsen 2010.Kamenz. URL: http://www.statistik.sachsen.de/download/100_Berichte-B/B_III_4_j10-Korrektur.pdf16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 20 | 19
  • 20. Image SourcesResearch – IMG_1367 by Nicola since 1972 (CC-BY).http://www.flickr.com/photos/15216811@N06/6067028560/The US Brig Niagara arrives at Renaissance Pier by Official U.S. Navy Page (CC-BY)http://www.flickr.com/photos/usnavy/7943246262/Gerber pocket tool by Pedro Vera (CC-BY) http://www.flickr.com/photos/pvera/24938735/state of the art by Anthony Easton (CC-BY)http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinkmoose/2130792847/Evaluation Scale by Bill Sodeman (CC-BY-SA)http://www.flickr.com/photos/billsophoto/4175299981/Blogpost from 15th May 2012 by Sven K. http://blog.svenk.de/4555.html48/365 by Jiuck (CC-BY-NC-SA) http://www.flickr.com/photos/jiuck/4365662437/United by Nina Matthews (CC-BY)http://www.flickr.com/photos/21560098@N06/4961187879/Professor X and Robot by Simon Abrams (CC-BY-ND-SA).http://www.flickr.com/photos/flysi/7350023/16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 21 | 19
  • 21. The CELePro Project• Online Survey• Autumn 2013• Target Group: Teaching Staff in Saxony• Spreading by– mailing lists– additional individual eMails to staff of universitiesof applied sciences• Clicks to Survey: 824• Response Rate: 65.9%• Completion Rate: 48.1% (253)16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 22 | 19
  • 22. Representativity?• Male 71.1%, Female 26.5%, No answer 2.4%• 37 years old median (average 38.55), range: 25–76• University 70.8%,University of Applied Sciences 25.3%,School of arts 3.6%,Other 0.4%Compared to Freistaat Sachsen (2011)35.0%Most 40–50, but only information on non-time-limited staff80.2%12.0%4.5%16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 23 | 19
  • 23. Representativity?• Diploma (37.5%), PhD 31.2%, Habilitation 14.6%,Master 4.3%, Bachelor 1.6% …• Engineer (42.1%) n= 252• Chair 27.7%,Lecturer 4.7%,Teaching Staff for special tasks 4.3%Research Associate with regular teaching tasks 36.8% +Research Associate with sporadic teaching tasks 17.8%=54.6Compared to Freistaat Sachsen (2011)No information16.8%1.3%3.2%78.7%24.2%, predominant discipline,lack of medicine staff16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 24 | 19
  • 24. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationComputer Supported TeachingThe software used for teaching• … was chosen by himself• … is hosted by central institutions• … is exclusively used professionally• … is backuped automatically or regularelyHe feels largely safe concerning legal aspects.16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 25 | 19
  • 25. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationTeaching Experiences• 10 Semesters of teaching experiences 0–78, median• No additional training in teaching (64.4%)Self assessment:• (Much) experiences in teaching• Tends more to established teaching methodsthan to experimenting• May arrange his teaching independently16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 26 | 19
  • 26. Introducing Mr. Ed UcationUsage of Social Software Tools for Teaching (N=253, average)Social Software Tool Average*Social Networks 4.55Wikis 4.01Weblog 4.72Microblogging 4.88Media Sharing 4.34Social Bookmarking 5.06* Scale:1: permanently, 2: often, 3: sometimes,4: very seldom, 5: never, 6: do not know that tool16.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 27 | 19
  • 27. Social Software ToolsClassification by Ebner & Lorenz 201116.06.2013 Anja Lorenz – CELePro: Collaboration in E-Learning Projects 28 | 19
  • 28. RequirementsAnalysisConditions Production Implementation Realization EvaluationGiven byinstitutionalregulationsChosing contents:• Total amount• GranularityDidactics/Methodology incl.Consequentorganizationalconcepts oflearningscenariosPlanning of usedtools and mediaincl. maintenanceand careConception oftests & examsAnalysis ofContext andResources:• external• organisational/institutional• personell• Targetgroup• EquipmentSchedule/BudgetingRealization ofcontentImplementation ofdesign and mediaTechnicalrealization incl.maintenance andcare• Test,• adapt and• publishLearningresourcesOrganizeoperation and useTechnicalinfrastructure Execution• Administration• Activities• Checkcompetencelevel• Plan,• execute and• verifyEvaluationOptimizationConceptThe E-LearningProcess ModelDIN EN ISO/IEC 19796-1 (2009)DIN PAS 1032-1 (2004).

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