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GPS elearning UOC

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    • GPS e-Learning UOC : e-learning intelligent guidance: personalization technology platform based on skilled itineraries Jose López [email_address] Josep Antoni Martínez-Aceituno [email_address] http://www.innovauoc.org/showcase 18-20, May 2011, Corfu Greece 18-20 May 2011, Corfu Greece
    • What is ?
      • Similary to a search engine or user recommendation system.
      • Support system to trace training and personalised paths.
      Where does it work?
        • In educational offer environments, (defined or adapted in accordance to the EHEA)
        • Assessment and acreditation skills systems (such as professional environments)
        • common objective:
        • Detect and reduce the gap between the original skill set status and the target objective training action.
      • How acts?
        • Based on full and structure academic offer (like UOC). Defined according to diferent levels of learning.
        • One educational offer established in accordance to the EHEA criteria. (skills language)
        • Helping the student to detect and identify his/her main skills sets and allowing improves.
        • Technological possibilities of RIA’s. (Rich Internet Applications). That allows build more interactive and user-friendly web applications.
      • Advising process
      Construction skill profile Expectation modelling (goals) Personalisation strategies (preferences in search) Display and explanation of results (Advisings)
      • Advising process
    • Construction of a skill profile
      • 1.- Guided and suggested process (following the logic and rules of validation)
        • Structured CV (UOC – 1st phase currently developed)
        • CV non structured
        • Professional paths
        • 2.- Open and modulated process
        • The student validates and prioritises how his/her profile is built in the system
        • Uses context information (groups and profesional categories of reference)
    • Construction of a skill profile
    • Construction of a skill profile
    • Expectation Modelling (learning goals)
        • Skill enhancement or acquire new skills (1st phase)
        • Professional development
        • Complete or search new learning path
        • Perform the tasks of a particular professional role
      Formulated from variety of perspectives :
    • Expectation Modelling (learning goals)
    • Expectation Modelling (learning goals)
    • Personalisation strategy (search preferences)
        • Recommendation policies: (recommended paths,
        • access limitations for certain programmes…)
        • User preferences (costs/ duration / types of qualifications…)
        • Collaborative searching ( users reviews / tagging / searching types…)
    • Personalisation strategy (search preferences)
        • Visual language. Several categories and visual metaphors
        • for represent the information to ensure a greater comprehesion
        • and interpretation of the results.
        • Organise and filter levels system to manage the results of
        • simply way.
        • System validation result (recomendation, qualifies, rankings…)
      Display and explanation of results (advisings)
    • Display and explanation of results (advisings)
    • Thank you for your attention !! jlopezrui @ uoc.edu jmartineza @ uoc.edu You can contact with us : eserradell@uoc.edu plara @ uoc.edu 18-20 May 2011, Corfu Greece