Pattern Language for eLearning
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The "Pattern Language" concept, developed by architect Christopher Alexander, is a way of creating a system of elements that work together to create livable human environments. I created my own ...

The "Pattern Language" concept, developed by architect Christopher Alexander, is a way of creating a system of elements that work together to create livable human environments. I created my own pattern language for eLearning and applied it in creating an online learning module for teaching graduate students to do academic research using Google. Apologies to LMSes. I was fresh out of library school and had a serious case of Blackboard angst.

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Pattern Language for eLearning Presentation Transcript

  • 1. THE PROBLEMWITH LMS-BASEDE-LEARNING?
  • 2. ENVIRONMENTSDESIGNED FORADMIN &LOCK-IN
  • 3. THEY FACILITATETEACHING, NOTLEARNING
  • 4. A PATTERN LANGUAGE:Toward e-learning environmentsdesigned for learning Kyle Denlinger May 23, 2012
  • 5. Links to all my stuff:bit.ly/kyle_wfu
  • 6. PLANStep 1:
  • 7. PROCESS:IDENTIFY OBJECTIVES IDENTIFY PATTERNS MIND MAPPING
  • 8. Step 2:EXPLORE
  • 9. PROCESS: RESEARCH TOOLS KICK TIRES DECIDE ON BEST
  • 10. Step 3:DESIGN
  • 11. PROCESS:PAPER PROTOTYPINGDEVELOP TEMPLATES SCRIPT THE VIDEO
  • 12. Step 4:BUILD
  • 13. PROCESS: MAKE STUFF CHANGE STUFF REPEAT
  • 14. TESTSteps 5, 7, 26, 134:
  • 15. PROCESS: BUG WIFE BUG NEIGHBORS CHANGE STUFF
  • 16. THIS IS NOT PERFECT.
  • 17. THINGS THAT AREBROKEN:
  • 18. AUTHENTICATION FEEDBACKCOLLABORATION INTERACTION
  • 19. THINGS IWANT TOLEARNABOUT
  • 20. SCORMGOOGLE GROUPS NING G+ HANGOUTS APPS SCRIPTS TED-ED FLIPS
  • 21. THANK YOU!QUESTIONS?