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    • Open Learning: Advances in the eMadrid Excellence Network Carlos Delgado Kloos Universidad Carlos III de Madrid www.it.uc3m.es/cdk www.emadridnet.org
    • Outline
      • What is eMadrid?
        • Partners
        • Areas of works
        • Activities
      • Introduction to following talks
        • UCM
        • UPM
        • URJC
        • UNED
        • UC3M
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • eMadrid Network: Partners
      • UC3M (coordinator)
      • UAM
      • UCM
      • UNED
      • UPM
      • URJC
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • eMadrid Network: Associated Partners
      • Universidad de Alcalá
      • Universidad de Cádiz
      • Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
      • Universidad Jaume I
      • Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
      • Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
      • Universidad San Pablo-CEU
      • Universidad Rovira i Virgili
      • Universidad de Valladolid
      • Universidad de Vigo
      • Graz University of Technology
      • Max Planck Institut für Informatik
      • Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto
      • Universidade do Porto
      • Università di Roma “La Sapienza”
      • University of Skövde
      • Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • eMadrid Network: Associated Partners
      • UNU-MERIT
      • NIME, Japan
      • Tokyo Institute of Technology
      • Center of Competence in Online Labs and Open Learning
      • De La Salle University
      • AENOR
      • TELSpain
      • INES
      • eNEM
      • IEEE Education Society
      • Spanish Chapter of the Education Society of IEEE
      • Portuguese Chapter of the Education Society of IEEE
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • Object of Study: e-Learning EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • Object of Study: e-Learning
      • Educational modelling (including collaboration & virtual communities)
      • Educational methodologies based on ICT
      • Standardization of tools and educational content
      • Platforms and tools for e-learning
      • Adaptation, adaptability, and accessibility
      • Immersive 3D learning
      • Edutainment (Integration of games and simulations in Virtual Learning Environments)
      • M-learning (Mobile and ubiquitous learning)
      • Authoring & Applications of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 to e-learning
      • Free and Open Source Software
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • Activities
      • Talks
        • 2010-04-15, UC3M: Bernd Simon (Knowledge Markets): “The ICOPER Reference Model: Interoperability for a New Higher Education”
      • Monthly Seminars
      • Annual Workshops
        • 2010-06-30—07-01: I eMadrid Workshop
        • 2011-06-01—02: II eMadrid Workshop
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • Monthly Seminars
      • 2010-02-19, 15:00, URJC: “e-Learning and Games” (UCM, CEPAL , URJC)
      • 2010-03-12, 15:00, UC3M: “3D Learning” (UC3M, Simumak , UCM)
      • 2010-04-16, 16:30, EOI: “Open Educational Content” ( OCWC , UPM, UNED)
      • 2010-05-21, 15:00, UAM: “e-Learning Platforms and Tools” (UAM, UNED, Centro educativo de Tarragona )
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • Monthly Seminars
      • 2010-09-10, 15:00, UNED: “Mobile Learning” (UC3M, UNED, DeimosSpace )
      • 2010-10-15, 15:00, UPM: “Games, Learning and Mobility” (URJC, UCM, UC3M)
      • 2010-11-12, 15:00, UC3M: “m-Learning: Education in your Pocket” ( TLS , URJC, UC3M)
      • 2010-12-10, 15:00, UC3M: “Instructional Design in Multidimensional Environments” ( USC , UC3M, UPF )
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • Monthly Seminars
      • 2011-01-14, 15:00, UCM: “Learning Design” (UCM, UC3M, CETIS )
      • 2011-02-11, 15:00, UAM: “Collaborative Learning and Social Media” (UAM, UNED, TUT )
      • 2011-03-11, 15:00, UPM: “Semantic Web: Experiences, Current Status and Trends” (UC3M, UPM, ISOCO )
      • 2011-04-12, 15:00, UNED: “Open e-Learning Standards” (UC3M, UNED, UDE-KNOU )
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • Monthly Seminars
      • 2011-05-14, 15:00, MadridOnRails: “Open software and education” (URJC, MEC , CVA , LiberTexto )
      EDUCON, 2011-04-04 Amman, Jordan
    • I eMadrid Workshop
      • e-Learning
      • 2010-06-30—07-01, UC3M
      • Keynote speakers
        • Sheila MacNeill, CETIS, UK
        • Daniel Burgos, ATOS-Origin, Spain
        • Many other contributors
      • www.emadridnet.org/en/ 1st-emadrid-workshop-on-e-learning
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • II eMadrid Workshop
      • Mobile Learning
      • 2011-06-01—02, UNED
      • Keynote speakers
        • Fabrizio Cardinali, eXact Learning Solutions, Italy
        • Marcus Specht, OUNL, The Netherlands
        • Larry Johnson, New Media Consortium, USA
        • Abdulmotaleb El Saddik, Ottawa U, Canada
        • María Luisa Calvo, UCM, Spain
        • Many other contributors
      • www.emadridnet.org/en/ii-emadrid-workshop-on-e-learning
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • Open
      • open /ˈ əʊ p ə n/ 
      • ▶ adjective
        • allowing access, passage, or view; not closed, fastened, or restricted.view; not closed, fastened, or restricted
        • exposed to the air or to view or attack; not covered or protected: an open boat
        • spread out or unfolded
        • admitting customers or visitors; available for business
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • eMadrid Research Related to Open Issues
      • 1) Open source software
      • 2) Open educational resources
      • 3) Open educational organization
      • 4) Opening labs for remote use
      • 5) Opening up choices for education
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 1) Open Source Software
      • Open source LMSs have played a decisive role in the expansion of technology-enhanced learning
      • They have been incorporating successively additional functionality and diverse pedagogies
      • Moodle has in particular contributed crucially
      • Contribution to supporting in Moodle the Nucleo blended learning approach,
        • incorporating problem-based learning, collaborative learning, role-play game dynamics and a fantasy metaphor
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 1) Open Source Software
      • Pilar Sancho, Javier Torrente , Eugenio J. Marchiori, Baltasar Fernández-Manjón (Universidad Complutense de Madrid): Enhancing Moodle to Support Problem Based Learning. The Nucleo Experience
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 2) Open Educational Resources
      • The open source principles have been taken from software development to the authoring of content
      • Open Educational Resources are presently a very strong movement that is increasing the amount of freely available educational material exponentially
      • With a steady increase in the number OERs available worldwide, the question arises of how to discover these resources easily
      • Advances in web technology, such as social web and linked data , can help here
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 2) Open Educational Resources
      • Nelson Piedra, Janneth Chicaiza, Jorge López (Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja), Edmundo Tovar (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), Oscar Martínez (Universidad Miguel Hernández): Finding OERs with Social-Semantic Search
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 3) Open Educational Organization
      • Open Source has already changed the way we know education, basically with tools and content
      • Beyond tools, new trends inspired in the Open Source movement may change education in the near future from an organizational point of view
      • Several (informal and formal) experiences are presented and discussed
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 3) Open Educational Organization
      • Gregorio Robles , Jesús M. González-Barahona, Jorge Fernández-González (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos): New Trends from Libre Software that May Change Education
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 4) Opening Labs for Remote Use
      • E-learning is not just interacting with learning objects
      • Physical labs are another useful resource in education, especially for engineering and science education
      • Since they are confined to a physical location, it is interesting to open up this access from remote locations
        • in the same effective way as learning objects (LOs) are accessed through an LMS,
        • taking advantage of the provided services, such as authentication, group building, etc.
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 4) Opening Labs for Remote Use
      • Elio San Cristóbal , Manuel Castro, Sergio Martín, Mohamed Tawfik, Alberto Pesquera, Rosario Gil, Gabriel Díaz, Juan Peire (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia): Remote Labs as Learning Services in the Educational Arena
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 5) Opening Up Choices for Education
      • Blended learning allows the best of both worlds, face-to-face and digitally supported learning
      • Learning in the physical world becomes technologically underpinned with mobile and ubiquitous technologies
      • The digital image has been incorporating more and more elements from the physical world
        • Avatars, scenarios, 3D virtual worlds
      • The two worlds are getting more interleaved:
        • 3D mirror worlds and mobile augmented reality
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • 5) Opening Up Choices for Education
      • Carlos Delgado Kloos , Carmen Fernández-Panadero, Mª Blanca Ibáñez, Mario Muñoz, Abelardo Pardo (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid): Towards Parallel Educational Worlds
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • Session 3F (here, now)
      • Elio San Cristóbal , Manuel Castro, Sergio Martín, Mohamed Tawfik, Alberto Pesquera, Rosario Gil, Gabriel Díaz, Juan Peire (UNED): Remote Labs as Learning Services in the Educational Arena
      • Carlos Delgado Kloos , Carmen Fernández-Panadero, Mª Blanca Ibáñez, Mario Muñoz, Abelardo Pardo (UC3M): Towards Parallel Educational Worlds
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • Session 4F (here, 18:30-20:00)
      • Pilar Sancho, Javier Torrente , Eugenio J. Marchiori, Baltasar Fernández-Manjón (UCM): Enhancing Moodle to Support Problem Based Learning. The Nucleo Experience
      • Nelson Piedra, Janneth Chicaiza, Jorge López (UTPL), Edmundo Tovar (UPM), Oscar Martínez (UMH): Finding OERs with Social-Semantic Search
      • Gregorio Robles , Jesús M. González-Barahona, Jorge Fernández-González (URJC): New Trends from Libre Software that May Change Education
      Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04
    • Open Learning at eMadrid Amman, Jordan EDUCON, 2011-04-04