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Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
Presentation to JISC DeL Tools Programme Meeting
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    • 1. Oxford Brookes consortium emerge active shared collaborative mobile fluid supported purposeful negotiated trust transparent visible reciprocity identity artefacts styles vocabulary sensibilities ecology routines social presence community project University of Essex consortium sustained communicate active UIDM Elgg toolkit KCL ALT josiefraser.com
    • 2. 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!
    • 3. 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.
    • 4. Work Packages
      • Community Development
      • User Engagement
      • CoP Administration
      • CoP Study, Assessment & Evaluation
      • UIDM Refinement
      • UIDM Training & Support
      • UIDM Dissemination, Monitoring & Support
      • Project management
    • 5. Indicative Milestones
      • Establish the platform
      • Agree communication processes
      • Plan, develop, deliver activity programme
      • Interview CoP members
      • Recruit to platform
      • Develop success criteria and evaluation framework
      • Develop September call
      • Develop continuation activities
    • 6. Deliverables & Outcomes
      • Contributing to a sustainable e-Learning CoP by
        • Building CoP specified tool kits and support mechanisms
        • CoP Hub built on Elgg platform
        • Reporting insights into the development & sustainability of CoP
        • Project guides “blogged” through CoP hub and “productised”
        • Facilitation of blended sessions and seminars with recorded outputs (websites, guides, project documentation)
        • Scenarios
      • Adding to e-framework knowledge base:
        • Usage Guides: Training manuals on UIDM; UIDM Heuristics; and UIDM refinements
        • Consistent, valid and valuable contributions from Call II and Call III projects
    • 7. Appreciative Inquiry: The 4-D model Positive topic choice DISCOVERY Appreciating ‘the best of what is’ DREAM Envisioning ‘ what could be’ DESIGN Co-constructing ‘ what should be’ DELIVER Sustaining ‘ what will be’
    • 8. Partners and Structure Project Director (George Roberts) CoP Task Manager (Josie Fraser) UIDM Task Manager (Chris Fowler) Assistant, Finance (Marje Bolton) WP5 (Michael Gardner) WP1 (Josie Fraser Rebecca Dean) Assistant (Alison Lealman) WP2 (Steve Warburton) Assistant (Rebecca Dean) WP4 (Rhona Sharpe) WP3 (ALT Marion Samler) WP6 (Isobel Falconer) WP7 (Glenaffric) Steering Board : Director PMs + one project rep 8 Stakeholder Reps Meets 5 times CoP Project Team : meets monthly & monthly audio w/ director UIDM Project Team : meets monthly & monthly audio w/ director
    • 9. Communities Share learning, interests, goals, tasks, values, adversity, place, identity …
    • 10. Facilitation of community development Underpinning features Examples of activities A meta-community of purpose community defines own activities Promoting the ‘affinity’ that brings members together mutual engagement, using shared repertoires collective negotiation member profiles blended, flexible, distributed collective inquiry tagging to establish links between members visual mapping of existing communities & interests creation of member run interest sub-groups & meeting places exit strategy skilled human facilitation member created content & scheduled web-workshops purposeful engagement
    • 11.  
    • 12. Underpinning features Examples of activities Facilitation of the UIDM User engagement Transition & decision Technical Development Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Understanding User/Business Needs & Contexts of use Generating ideas, opportunities, & propositions Rapid analysis & prioritisation of ideas Buy or build decisions Requirements Validation High Level Design representations Building Testing Deploying Information gathering Scenario building Stakeholder analysis Brainstorming Mind Mapping Scenario analysis Business modelling Scenario validation Value Attribution Maturity Models Use cases Story boards UML Code testing Component testing System testing Field trials Training Support
    • 13.  
    • 14. Oxford Brookes consortium emerge active shared collaborative mobile fluid supported purposeful negotiated trust transparent visible reciprocity identity artefacts styles vocabulary sensibilities ecology routines social presence community project University of Essex consortium sustained communicate active UIDM Elgg toolkit KCL ALT josiefraser.com questions thank you

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