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  • 1.  
  • 2. Aims and our use of Elgg Introduce Emerge Discuss community and community support platforms
  • 3. Background JISC DeL Tools ePortfolios OSP/Sakai Regional pilot
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  • 5. Objectives
    • To support the JISC’s forming of an effective and sustainable CoP
      • To provide an appropriate infrastructure and tool kit for the CoP
    • To support the CoP through specific activities
      • Blended f2f and online community facilitation workshops, seminars and other events
      • Social software and community tools training events and materials
      • To support the JISC in developing the next generation of learning, teaching and administration technologies through the use of the UIDM
        • To support the CoP in understanding the value of the UIDM
        • To support project teams in the use of the UIDM
    • To have fun!
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    • We want groups of people to share ideas that lead to projects being developed that are aware at the outset what other projects there are in the programme: projects that reference one another, projects that claim a territory and say:
      • “ We are doing this bit, here, and it relates to what those folks are doing over there, in these ways.”
  • 7. for us the question is community We are a support project
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  • 9. Thanks to Nicola van den Berg for pionting to Larry Hinton’s work here http://elgg.jiscemerge.org.uk/nvdb/weblog/663.html
  • 10. The question may be one of scale
  • 11. … and institutions
  • 12. Institutional Structure Partners New Project-Based Management Approach Academic Development including C4eL Directorates Directorates Directorates Directorates Schools Schools Schools Students Union Academic Board Learning and Teaching Committee e-Learning Forum Widening Participation CPD Forum Research Committee Resources and Planning Committee Undergraduate Forum Postgraduate Forum Executive Board Board of Governors
  • 13. Critical Distance Vice Chancellor Deputy Vice Chancellor Deputy Vice Chancellor Pro Vice Chancellor Pro Vice Chancellor Registrar
  • 14. Networks of Influence
    • Structure
    • Leadership
    • Responsibility
    • Budgets
    • Authority
    • All derive from institutional utility based on knowledge, experience and information.
    • Chaos model of management allows individuals to gain influence on the basis of charisma and hermeneutic approaches.
  • 15. Institutional Structure: Networks University School Department Admin & Support Polity Social Centres for e-Learning?
  • 16. Institutional Structure Partners New Project-Based Management Approach Academic Development including C4eL Directorates Directorates Directorates Directorates Schools Schools Schools Students Union Academic Board Learning and Teaching Committee e-Learning Forum Widening Participation CPD Forum Research Committee Resources and Planning Committee Undergraduate Forum Postgraduate Forum Executive Board Board of Governors Institutional Structure: Networks
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  • 23.
    • Scott Wilson
    • typology of communities
    • Practice
    • Interest
    • Action
    • Purpose
    • Circumstance
    • Position
    http://www.slideshare.net/scottw/social-software-17042/
  • 24. Thanks to Nicola van den Berg for pionting to Larry Hinton’s work here http://elgg.jiscemerge.org.uk/nvdb/weblog/663.html
  • 25.
    • “ Communities don’t just happen. There needs to be organisation, structure, coordination, focus and planning”
  • 26.
    • You want, “... purposeful, relevant activities with plenty of opportunities for interaction and discussion in small groups.”
  • 27.
    • You said we need to nurture conversation, not just presentation
  • 28. Guiding Principles
    • Communities emerge, create and maintain themselves through continual re-negotiation
    • Purpose, goals and values are key to driving the CoP formation (some provided by the JISC)
    • Our role is to guide, support and facilitate community formation and emergence
    • An Appreciative Inquiry led approach is adopted to allow appropriate feedback, guidance and fine tuning.
  • 29. Communities Share learning, interests, goals, tasks, values, adversity, place, identity …
  • 30.
    • how to set up/join a community
      • Activity 5 http://elgg.jiscemerge.org.uk/news/files/8
    • List of communities
  • 31. Learning technology is a community of practice Discuss
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  • 39. Don’t build an “e”
  • 40. We know we need to…
    • improve the quality of the platform
    • engage more deeply with the UIDM
    • avoid duplication of effort across the community
    • develop collaboration
    • understand the wider context
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  • 44. Appreciative inqiuiry
  • 45. shared experience of common authentic artefacts
  • 46.
    • Some of our artefacts
    • online showcase from the London event
  • 47. Thank you George Roberts [email_address]