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Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software
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Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software

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Slides presented at the EC-TEL 09 Workshop on Science 2.0 for Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)

Slides presented at the EC-TEL 09 Workshop on Science 2.0 for Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)

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  1. Science 2.0: Supporting a Doctoral Community of Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning using Social Software<br />Denis Gillet and Sandy El Helou • EPFLMarie Joubert and Rosamund Sutherland • University of Bristol<br />Science 2.0 Workshop • EC-TEL • September 29, 2009<br />
  2. From PALETTE to STELLAR<br />PALETTE IP (2006-2008)Facilitating and augmenting individual and organizational learning in Communities of Practice (CoPs) • http://palette.ercim.org<br />STELLAR NoEWP4: Building Next Generation CapacityInstruments: Doctoral Academy Events, Scholarships for mobility, and Doctoral Community of Practice (DoCoP)<br />2<br />
  3. The DoCoP<br />PhD students, PhD advisors and experts in TEL share research practice and learn from each other<br />Reduce isolation<br />Establish co-coaching<br />Enable sharing of testbeds<br />…<br />3<br />
  4. Lessons Learned from PALETTE<br />CoPpractice and interaction modes continuously evolve over time and in context (from simple social interaction to advanced collaborative activities)<br />Integration of CoP members is (and has to be) progressive (from passive guest to active contributor and possibly facilitator) • Privacy !<br />Roles continuously evolve and depend on activities (someone can be an expert in a context and a novice in another) <br />4<br />
  5. Lessons Learned from PALETTE<br />Integration of CoP services is (and has to be) progressive and non-invasive (work across members’ personal and professional IT contexts)<br />Online spaces and their personalization strongly contribute to the building of the CoP identity and the sense of belonging<br />Online spaces and environments (Web 2.0)are boundary objects for the negotiation of usefulness between providers and members (CoP & Service Mediators)<br />5<br />
  6. Lessons Learned from PALETTE<br />Utility, usability, acceptability, and maybe adoption<br />Do not disappoint members once, you will lose them forever<br />CoP activity is always a side activity (not so much time to invest, quick adoption necessary)<br />Members have some expectations, they do not know necessarily the tools to support them <br />Elicitation of requirements<br />Detection of passionate members to support the activity momentum<br />6<br />
  7. Lessons Learned from PALETTE<br />Value all contributions (incentive)<br />Unobtrusive information and awareness delivery<br />Unobtrusive and contextual notifications<br />Ubiquitous access for mobile clients<br />Responsiveness in context and fitness for purpose<br />CoPsare informal social networks and informal learning opportunity providers<br />CoPsoperate and grow via a careful combination of face-to-face and mediated interaction<br />7<br />
  8. Results from PALETTE<br />3A Interaction Model<br />8<br />Represents asset<br />management system,
task management system
or discussion platform<br />Assets correspond<br /> to content; roles,<br />tags, events and
links define the<br /> context<br />Supports integrated<br />awareness and<br />recommendation<br />
  9. Results from PALETTE<br />eLogbook.epfl.ch Social Software<br />9<br />
  10. The DoCoP<br />A scenario for a DoCoP member<br />First face-to-face contact during the Joint Summer or Winter School on TEL (peers, PhD directors, experts)<br />Annual contacts at TEL workshops, conferences, meetings, doctoral consortia, …<br />Further contacts and interaction through the Web 2.0 Science Portal, a possible integrated DoCoP Space and the associated Web 2.0 services<br />What type of interaction ? What type of Services ?… Pilot questionnaire distributed at the EC-Tel DC<br />10<br />
  11. The Questionnaire<br />How could a DoCoP benefit you in terms of completing your doctoral studies and in your future professional life? <br />What type of services would you need in the framework of the DoCoP?<br />Please indicate the academic and social platforms you use for professional and research work<br />What blogs, Wikis, Twitter channels or RSS Feeds related to TEL do you read? <br />What blogs, Wikis, Twitter channels or RSS Feeds related to TEL do you contribute to?<br />11<br />
  12. The Questionnaire<br />Please indicate which portal or a mash-up platform you think could help in building the DoCoP identity<br />What is your academic discipline (outside TEL)? <br />Do you see your professional identity as primarily within your discipline or primarily within TEL<br />Are you studying for your PhD full time or part time and what is the total expected duration of your PhD study<br />Do you have to take PhD courses in your PhD programme? If yes, how many ECTS credits do you need to get?<br />12<br />
  13. Possible DoCoP Space<br />13<br />
  14. Further Actions<br />Revised questionnaire sent to all the participants of the previous Doctoral School in TEL <br />Contact with PhD Advisors<br />Preliminary aggregation page on the STELLAR Web site<br />Progressive integration of requested services in a relevant DoCoP Space<br />14<br />
  15. Contacts<br />http://www.stellarnet.eu<br />http://palette.ercim.org<br />http://people.epfl.ch/Denis.Gillet<br />http://elogbook.epfl.ch<br />http://www.jTELSummerSchool.eu<br />The related paper:http://oa.stellarnet.eu/open-archive/browse?resource=2196_v1<br />15<br />

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