Icoper irm-presentation Bernd Simon WUW 2010-04-15 UC3M eMadrid

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Bernd Simon
Knowledge Markets & Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
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Icoper irm-presentation Bernd Simon WUW 2010-04-15 UC3M eMadrid

  1. 1. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme The ICOPER Reference Model: Interoperability for a New Higher Education 2009-04-15 Bernd Simon, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Editor, Presenter) + many, many contributors see icoper.org An eContentplus Best Practice Network
  2. 2. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Agenda 1.  Higher education approaching a new paradigm 2.  Our Research: The ICOPER Project 3.  First Results: The ICOPER Reference Model
  3. 3. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Agenda 1.  Higher education approaching a new paradigm 2.  Our Research: The ICOPER Project 3.  First Results: The ICOPER Reference Model
  4. 4. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme New Learning Media has arrived … Open Educational User-driven Content Social Networks Resources … driving Change in Higher Ed from buttom up.
  5. 5. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Outcome based learning Paradigm shift: from what is taught to what is learned Competencies “From Top to Down”: Skills Learning •  Bologna Declaration: Outcomes European Higher Education Area Knowledge •  European Qualification Framework Learning
  6. 6. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Agenda 1.  Higher education approaching a new paradigm 2.  Our Research: The ICOPER Project 3.  First Results: The ICOPER Reference Model
  7. 7. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Who we are:  23 partners from all over Europe  10 WP leaders  13 Project partners  Open Network philosophy: everyone can get involved, contribute, and benefit  To learn how get involve go to: www.icoper.org
  8. 8. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Consortium •  Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien •  NCSR Demokritos •  UK Open University •  Institut National des Télécommunications •  University of Cyprus •  University of Vienna •  University of Leicester •  Universidad Carlos III de Madrid •  Open University of the Netherlands •  AGH University of Science and Technology •  University of Jyväskylä •  Kaunas University of Technology •  IMC AG •  Knowledge Markets Consulting GesmbH •  Tallinn University, Centre for Educational •  Oslo University College Technology •  Synergetics nv •  Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Paris •  GiuntiLabs – HEC •  Katholieke Universiteit Leuven •  Jozef Stefan Institute •  Umeå University, Department of Interactive Media and Learning •  Humance
  9. 9. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Lead by: WP1 Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Austria WP2 Synergetics nv Belgium WP3 University of Vienna Austria WP4 UK Open University UK WP5 IMC AG Germany WP6 Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Spain WP7 University of Jyväskylä Finland Oslo University College Norway WP8 & NCSR Demokritos Greece GET/INT France WP9 & GIUNTILABS Italy Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Austria University of Leicester UK WP10 Jozef Stefan Institute Slovenia Knowledge Markets Consulting GesmbH Austria
  10. 10. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Our Mission:  ICOPER   collects and further develops   best prac8ces for  the design, the development and the delivery of  interoperable content   suppor8ng competency‐driven higher educa8on  10
  11. 11. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Project mission & objectives ICOPER develops best prac8ces suppor8ng  competency‐driven higher educa8on Defining  Learning  Outcomes Designing  Teaching   Assessment Methods &  Learning Learning  Designs Outcomes Content  Learning Development  and Re‐use 11
  12. 12. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Project mission & objectives Best Practices supporting … stakeholders … … when it comes to: •  Learners •  Introducing learning •  Instructors outcomes •  Content Authors •  Finding & adapting or “fitting” learning •  Technology Providers resources •  Software Developers •  Easing the process of •  University Management capturing, sharing, re-using, and improving learning resources •  Providing interoperable technologies 12
  13. 13. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Project mission & objectives Three Main Objectives: 1.  Analyse and facilitate the adoption of standards and specifications 2.  Make learning resources accessible 3.  Validate standards and specifications and condense them into the ICOPER Reference Model (IRM) 13
  14. 14. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme ICOPER Contributions 1.  Access a critical mass of more than 12,500 hours of integrated educational content. 2. Systematically analyze and assess the implementation of existing specifications (e.g. IMS RCDEO, IMS LD, SQI, QTI) for Delivering Competency-Driven Educational Content 3. Ensure European-wide user involvement, cooperation, and adoption of standards within a large community to support all phases of standardization 4. Condense findings into an ICOPER Reference Model which will be fed back to standards bodies 5.  Provide a Technical Roadmap for competency-based learning 6. Establish a Virtual Institute for Training and Consulting
  15. 15. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Agenda 1.  Higher education approaching a new paradigm 2.  Our Research: The ICOPER Project 3.  First Results: The ICOPER Reference Model •  Meta Model Exemplified •  Prototypes •  Design and Evaluation
  16. 16. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme What is the IRM about?
  17. 17. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme What is the IRM about? http://www.icoper.org:8080/rid=1H50YCXCC-1T39P24-1ST/ICOPER%20Reference%20Model%20%28IRM%29
  18. 18. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme IRM: Meta Model (4) Learning & Teaching Activites Human-to-Human (3) IT-Supported Processes & Human-to-Machine Use Cases Machine-to-Machine (2) Service (1) Data
  19. 19. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Example Activity: Generation and use of learning outcomes
  20. 20. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Example Process: Enriching a Unit-of-Learning
  21. 21. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Example Service: Simple Query Interface 1/2
  22. 22. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Example Service: Simple Query Interface – Methods 2/2
  23. 23. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Example Data Format: Personal Achieved Learning Outcomes (PALO)
  24. 24. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Agenda 1.  Higher education approaching a new paradigm 2.  Our Research: The ICOPER Project 3.  First Results: The ICOPER Reference Model •  Meta Model Exemplified •  Prototypes •  Design and Evaluation
  25. 25. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme The IRM in Action  (4) Learning & Teaching Activites (3) IT-Supported Processes & Use Cases (2) Service (1) Data
  26. 26. co-funded by the European Community Project results: WP1 eContentplus programme Open ICOPER Content Space (OICS) 26
  27. 27. co-funded by the European Community Project results: WP1 eContentplus programme 27
  28. 28. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme 28
  29. 29. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme DotLRN Integration
  30. 30. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme
  31. 31. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme
  32. 32. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Moodle widgets displaying recommended units of learning and recommended teachers.
  33. 33. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Facebook Add-on
  34. 34. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Agenda 1.  Higher education approaching a new paradigm 2.  Our Research: The ICOPER Project 3.  First Results: The ICOPER Reference Model •  Meta Model Exemplified •  Prototypes •  Design and Evaluation
  35. 35. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Process Modelling for IRM HOW DO WE MODEL? FIRST EXPERIENCES •  The BPMN specification v. 2.0 Beta 1 •  Freely download as a pdf document •  The process diagrams have from expressive power to communicate the http://www.omg.org/cgi-bin/doc?dtc/ potentias of technology enhancement 09-08-14 •  Easy to depict what will change, and •  Under the Object Management where does the benefit come as Group’s (OMG) site www.omg.org compared to manual processes •  Pages dedicated to BPMN: http://www.bpmn.org/ •  Common context: The IRM Pool •  Roles in different combinations -> Lanes in the models •  Different process models deploy lanes according to the roles active in the process 35
  36. 36. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme BPMN
  37. 37. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Introducing a Service Middle Layer
  38. 38. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Service Middle Layer Service abstraction Requirements •  User management and •  Extensible resource types learning outcome profile •  Stable identifiers service •  Manage relations between •  Recommendation service resources •  Search and retrieval service •  Manage heterogeneous types •  Publication service of metadata •  Retrieve information through expressive queries •  Retrieve content in different result formats, package formats
  39. 39. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Re-using Standards and Specifications
  40. 40. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Re-using Standards and Specifications CEN MLO OAI-PMH CEN SPI OpenID DOI/OpenURL PLE eContent mobile Portlets Eportfolio RCDEO HR-XML Competency RFID IEEE LOM SCORM IMS LD SQI IMS QTI Web-Services ISO MLR XML
  41. 41. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Drawing conclusions through evaluation 1.  End-user evaluation with instructors, learners, curriculum developers, administration or management 2.  Engineering evaluation with implementers, tool developers and technology providers 3.  Epistemological evaluation with researchers and standardization bodies
  42. 42. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme End-user Evaluation
  43. 43. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Engineering Evaluation
  44. 44. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme The ICOPER Referene Model – Ready for a new Paradigm in Higher Education!? (4) Learning & Teaching Activites (3) IT-Supported Processes & Use Cases (2) Service (1) Data
  45. 45. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme We are happy to share these slides with you under the following conditions: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/at/
  46. 46. co-funded by the European Community eContentplus programme Contact •  Outreach and dissemination –  Vana Kamstiou, Demokritos, Athen vana@dat.demokritos.gr –  Tore Hoel, Oslo University College tore.hoel@hio.no •  Project Coordinator –  Bernd Simon, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien bernd.simon@wu-wien.ac.at

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