Mobile and Contextualized LearningPresentation Transcript
Mobile and Contextualized Learning Anna Glukhova, Ralf Klamma, Dominik Renzel and Zinayida Petrushyna @Ohrid, Summer School 2008 18 June 2008
Digital content creation anywhere anytime
Preserving local context (GPS, Community, etc.)
Non-linear Digital Storytelling
Adoption of classical concepts
Upload and annotation of photos (NMV Mobile)
Storytelling creation and view application (MIST)
Evaluation of Service Success (MobSOS)
Storytelling - A very old concept
Cultural Memory of Humankind
Intergenerational Knowledge & Experience exchange
Learning by contextualizing
Combination of Semantic and Episodic Knowledge Declarative Knowledge Procedural Knowledge sensomotoric skills, procedural scripts non-documented routines and operations Episodic Knowledge memory of experiencing past episodes Web blogs, narratives Semantic Knowledge semiotic concepts documentation Verbal words linguistic data Non-verbal image, icon, index Video blogs, diagrams, images, photographies International Conference on Web-based Learning ICWL, 2006 Knowledge Management Knowledge Engineering Storytelling
Ubiquitous Internet - Anywhere anytime
GPS-enhanced mobile devices
Growing user base
Complex heterogeneous technology
Media – Space & Time
Media - Community
Context may get lost
Ultra High-Speed Mobile Information and Communication UMIC Excellence Cluster at RWTH Aachen 2007-2011
Producing Digital Content
to capture with mobile devices
to save & to modify locally
to share ?
GPS & Technical metadata for free
Flickr.com like Tagging
Community Oriented Storytelling
Collaboration in storytelling
Versioning & Group modification
Feedback & Experience exchange
Learning histories & User classifications
Emotional movement in storytelling
Empowered by impression
Strong wish to share
Movement Oriented Design (MOD) Paradigm
Basic story units (BSU): Begin(B), Middle(M), End(E)
Composed story units (CSU)
BSU = B M* E
CSU = (B v BSU) + (M v BSU)* (E v BSU) +
I = I csu U I P U I M , where I csu , I P , I M are identifiers for CSU, problems addressed and media contained in a story
Search for tagged media
Capture one image
Share captured image
Annotate captured image
Retrieve the images you shared using tagged-based search
Choose action “open existing story"; select story “Summer School 2008 - Impressions of Ohrid".
Choose one of the existing begin story units.
Open the story unit context menu with a right mouse-click.
Choose action “Add Medium"
Enter a media search expression and select one of the results.
The resulting media node is attached to the begin story unit as a thumbnail.
Open the attached medium's context menu with a right mouse-click on the thumbnail.
Choose action “Insert Edge"
In the story graph, select one of the media attached to a middle story unit.
Consume the new story path on the “Viewer" tab.
Select survey “Ohrid Summer School Survey 2008"
Select your community “Ohrid Summer School 2008"
Select service “MPEG-7 Multimedia Content Service" and complete the “MobSOS Questionnaire on Mobile Multimedia Community Service Success".
Select service “MOD Storytelling Service" and complete the “MobSOS Questionnaire on Mobile Multimedia Community Service Success".