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New Opportunities for LAMS with Sakai

New Opportunities for LAMS with Sakai

James Dalziel MELCOE
Macquarie University

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  • N ew Opportunities for LAMS with Sakai James Dalziel Professor of Learning Technology and Director, Macquarie E-Learning Centre Of Excellence (MELCOE) Macquarie University [email_address] www.melcoe.mq.edu.au AuSakai 2009 Conference, Bathurst, Australia, 17 th September 2009 This presentations is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License
  • Overview
    • Learning Design, LAMS & Sakai
    • Sharing Learning Designs – The LAMS Community
    • New LAMS Features
    • LAMS Activity Planner
    • Sakai 3 & LAMS
  • What is Learning Design?
    • Learning Design is an approach to describing teaching and learning processes in a structured way
    • Typically describes sequences of student activities (scaffolding of content + collaboration)
      • A sequence applies to a class/week/topic (not whole unit)
    • Focus on sharing and re-using good sequences
    • Often implemented online with technology
      • But becoming a general framework for face to face and online
  • Learning Design, LAMS & Sakai
    • Learning Design is particularly useful for advanced pedagogical approaches that have a structured process, eg:
      • Inquiry Based Learning, Role Plays, Problem Based Learning
    • Learning Design focuses on how educators structure activities to foster student learning
      • LAMS is a leading Learning Design system (OSS) used by thousands of educators in 80+ countries, translated into 28 languages
    • LAMS can integrate with LMSs such as Sakai
      • For students, link(s) from course area to the relevant sequence
      • Lecturer single-sign-on and easy authoring and launching
      • Tech details: http://wiki.lamsfoundation.org/display/lamsdocs/Sakai
  • LAMS Integrated with Sakai
  • LAMS + Sakai: Learner Sequence launched from Sakai Course page (SSO)
  • LAMS + Sakai: Instructor Monitoring of Learner Progress through Sequence
  • Instructor Authoring of New Sequence (inc Branching) to launch for students in Sakai
  • Sharing Learning Designs
    • LAMS Community (www.lamscommunity.org)
      • Community sharing, adaptation and improvement of Open Education Learning Designs
      • Approximately 4,400 members, 86 countries, 415 shared sequences downloaded/previewed 12,000 times, 4,500 discussion postings
      • Sequences shared under Creative Commons licenses (usually BY SA NC)
  • LAMS Community – View of various communities & forums
  • LAMS Community – Repository Summary
  • LAMS Community – Detailed view of individual sequence
  • New LAMS Features (available in LAMS/Sakai integrations)
    • V2.3 Released in May 2009:
      • Major speed and stability improvements (375% faster on a quarter of the memory!)
      • New tools: Assessment, Image Gallery, MindMap, Video Recording and Pixlr (image editing)
        • & V2.2 had Data Collection, Task List, Wiki, GoogleMaps
      • New editing options for all tools: LaTeX, Video Recording, Drawing
      • New Authoring option: “Support” activities
      • Other features: Instant messaging; Gradebook; Time Graphs
      • Many others – see: http://wiki.lamsfoundation.org/display/lams/Roadmap
  • LAMS 2.3 Assessment Tool (Learner View)
  • LAMS 2.3 Instant Messaging (Learner View)
  • LAMS 2.3 Image Gallery (Learner View)
  • LAMS 2.3 Mindmap (Learner View)
  • LAMS 2.3 Video Recording (Learner View)
  • LAMS 2.3 Support Activity (Learner View)
  • LAMS 2.3 Time Graph (Line Graph)
  • LAMS 2.3 Time Graph (Pie Chart)
  • The LAMS Activity Planner
    • LAMS provides a platform for creating, implementing and sharing advanced pedagogical methods
      • But does not provide advice on choosing appropriate methods, or provide templates for specific methods
    • The LAMS Activity Planner is a new layer above LAMS to provide advice on choosing pedagogical methods, and simplified editing of pre-built templates
      • Initial release will be as a hosted website with free access for individual teachers; future plans yet to be finalised
  • Selecting from among different pedagogical approaches
  • Overview of an approach (role play), with links to example & templates
  • Specific Role Play example, with links to student Preview & simple editor
  • Specific Role Play example, showing student Preview in pop-up window
  • Specific Role Play example - Simple one page editor for content in the template
  • One page editor showing contextual help via “Editing Advice”
  • One page editor showing Full Author, Export, Save & Preview options
  • The LAMS Activity Planner
    • Going further, expert designers can create their own activity planners, with their own categories and advice
      • And incorporate their own Learning Design templates built in the normal LAMS Authoring environment, but written to suit the layout of the Activity Planner simple one page editor
    • Goes beyond sharing single Learning Designs to sharing whole activity planners and sets of templates
  • Creating an Activity Planner – editing a “node” + adding a sequence template
  • Sakai 3 & LAMS
    • LAMS will continue to provide single-sign-on integration with Sakai into the future, including Sakai 3
    • LAMS Activity Planner could offer effective teaching templates for use with Sakai 3 (& 2)
    • Potential for deeper integration under discussion
      • Deep tools integration (eg, LAMS/Moodle tools integration)
      • Explore ICOM data model
        • Eg, Oracle Beehive integration?
  • Example of Deep LAMS integration – LAMS & Moodle tools in Authoring
  • Can even use Outputs from Moodle Tools (eg Quiz) to drive LAMS branching
    • To try LAMS, sign up at
    • http://demo.lamscommunity.org/
    • Further LAMS Information
    • General information about LAMS http://www.lamsfoundation.org/
    • Information on LAMS Activity Planner http://wiki.lamsfoundation.org/display/planner/
    • LAMS Community http://www.lamscommunity.org/