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    • Linking Sensors, Displays, and Learning prof. dr. m. marcus specht Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies CELSTEC.orgDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • OUNL and CELSTEC.orgDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Activities of CELSTEC • Three programmes, each with three themes: – Learning and Cognition – Learning Networks for Professional Development – Learning Media • Each programme integrates three activities: – Research Activities, Laboratory Activities for Open Innovations, Providing Solutions and Services to the market • Institute for Education & Training – MSc Learning Sciences, Commercial Training (provided by the staff of 3 programmes) • Temporary Strategic Programmes – Lifelong Learning Services, OUNL related programmes (e.g. IPO), Open Educational Resources Onderwerp via >Beeld >Koptekst en voettekst Pagina 1Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • #1 Smartphones and Ubiquitous TechnologiesDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • http://www.space-invaders.com/Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • computers became ubiquitous and adapt to their environment. http://www.ubiq.com/hypertext/weiser/SciAmDraft3.htmlDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • body network sensors, rooms intelligent carpets, wall colour, or gesture track ing, building , architects already create completely new facades for buildings, public places and city planning new artefacts will enable dynamic routing and highlighting of space Sybren A. Stüvel, “Colours and bricks” via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution. Enhanced EnvironmentsDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • we did not realize the d i f f e r e n c e !Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • 1.2 Each year from 2007 billion new phones , Information can be accessed not only in city centres but much more impor tant in rural areas, information will grow even more rapidly , mobile devices become more context-aware, new user interfaces Mobile AccessDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • mobiles became universal tools for reading, sharing, documentation, annotation, and ... t r a c k i n g .Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • mobiles became universal sensors ...Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Senses versus ... cognition vision, hearing, smell, taste, touch, temperature, gravity and acceleration, postion of body parts, magnetic fields, electric fields raw data Sensors light, sound, temperature, radiation, magnetic, electrical, pressure, gas, chemical, orientation, proximity, ...Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • http://www.hcilab.org/teaching/rom2006/ch4.pdfDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • http://www.hcilab.org/teaching/rom2006/ch4.pdfDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • so a smartphone is a sensor pack we carry around ... it is mobile and ubiquitous tec.Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • #2 Things that sense are different for users and their learning experienceDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • SenseCam in ContextDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • LISTEN: 3D Audio Augmented EnvironmentsDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • sensors augment our reality ...Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • there is no mouse but a ...Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • ... different discourseDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • and different forms of exploration: The MACE experienceDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • MACE ContextBlogger Carrier 12:34 PM Carrier 12:34 PM Carrier 12:34 PM Objects + Add object Back Photos + Add Photo Universiteits bibliotheek... 3 1 Universiteits bibliotheek Utrecht click on image to enlarge Aatrial House 4 5 Username Empire Island Tower 3 4 Penang Global City Center 1 7 Password Light*house in Aarhus 3 4 Suntro House 7 1 Login BMW Headquarters 3 8 3 6 Apeiron 9 9 Beijing Grand Theatre Carrier 12:34 PM Carrier 12:34 PM Back Add object Back Add photo Title + Add Photo Photo 1.jpg, Photo2.jpg,... GPS coordinates DesciptionDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011 Save
    • Lo c a t i o n Tim e ID #3 getting a grip on Rel ati . Env on Ubiquitous Learning SupportDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Zimmermann, A., Lorenz, A., Specht, M. (2005). Personalization and Context- Management. User Modeling and User Adaptive Interaction (UMUAI), Special Issue on User Modeling in Ubiquitous Computing, (15), 275-302 26Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • R el ati Tim e on . Env ID Lo c a t i o n De Jong, T., Specht, M., & Koper, R. (2008). A Reference Model for Mobile Social Software for Learning. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning (IJCEELL). 18(1), 118-138.Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Re latio e n E n v. ID Ti m Channel E n v. lation Artefact tion Lo c at a oc Re ion L ID Ti me Lo c a t i o n Tim e ID Re v. lat En ion Ambient Information ChannelsDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Ti Relation ID me Lo cation E n v. Aggregation Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor SensorDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • at ion Env at ion Env at ion Env l l l Re Re Re . . . Channel Artefact ime Tim e Tim e User ID ID ID T Lo c a t i o n Lo c a t i o n Lo c a t i o n EnrichmentDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • E n v. n Re l atio ID Channel L oc tion e Ti m Ti m on ati a T ime Rel l e Re ati on Lo c at ocation User ID Artefact ion E L n v. E n v. ID SynchronisationDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • a tion Ti m Loc e E n v. Rela Channel n Re l atio ID ID tion Channel E n v. L oc ion e Ti m ati at Ti m on T ime Rel l e Re ati on Lo c at ocation User ID Artefact ion En L v. E n v. ID FramingDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • MetaMirror http://www.designbynotion.com/metamirror-next-generation-tv/ celstec.org presentation available at dspace.ou.nlDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • la tion Env . Reime ID T Lo c a t i o n la tion Env Re . ime ID T Lo c a t i o n Contextualised TVDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • im e Rela T t ion cation E n v. Lo ID ID Lo c E n v. ation on i T t im Rela eDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • la tion Env . Re L ocation Tim ime ID e ID T Lo c a t i o n R ela Lo c a t i o n tio E n v. n ID Tim e v. R En ela tionDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • # 4: Current Lab ResearchDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Content>Reflective eBooksDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Context>Ambient DisplaysDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • EyeStop Nuage  VertHello.Wall Flower  Lamp Ambient Umbrella Digital  Retail UbiGreenPower  Aware  Cord Orb BBCDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Orchestration>Moodle LMS Glahn, C., & Specht, M. (2010). Embedding Moodle into Ubiquitous Computing Environments. In M. Montebello, et al. (Eds.), 9th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning. October, 19-22, 2010,Valletta, Malta. http://hdl.handle.net/1820/2729Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • #4 are you ready for a change to the better ?Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • #1 are your contents and legacy information systems accessible by mobiles and ubiquitous technology? wap, mobile browser, app, embedded displays, service APIsDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • #2 did you identify the sensor link between your content and the real world that suits your learning goals? location, time, social tracks, ... temperature, daylight, traffic, ...Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • #3 what part of context is important for deepening the learning experience? id, time, location, environment, relationDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • #4 how can you capture the relevant part of context with the simplest possible sensor setup? logging, location, tags, movements,Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • #5 how does mobile access relate to other ubiquitous services? tabs, pads, boards, ambient displaysDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • www.openU.nl, teleurope.eu, celstec.org, marcuspecht.deDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
    • Linking Sensors, Displays, and Learning prof. dr. m. marcus specht Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies CELSTEC.orgDonnerstag, 2. Juni 2011