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    • MainRearchLinesandResults
      Miguel Ángel Conde González mconde@usal.es
      This presentation has been made under the auspices of the Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo da Vinci VETPRO Project “ELearning in flamenco rhythm” (Ref. 872A8A24631B9423).
      This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
    • Outline
      Introduction
      Projects and Results
      Conclusions
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Introduction
      Projects and Results
      Conclusions
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Introduction (i)
      GRIAL has severalreseachlinesopened
      Eachoneoftheprojectsdevelopedmusthaveresults
      Notalwaysresults are products
      Know how
      Reports
      Articles
      Awards
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Introduction (ii)
      Differentresearchlines = differentresultsandproducts
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Introduction (andiii)
      Somemainlinesofresults
      Contentsadaptation
      Mobile
      Moodledevelopment
      PLE
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Introduction
      ProjectsandResults
      Conclusions
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (i)
      ContentsAdaptationto Mobile Devices
      eLearningevolveswiththeevolutionofnewtechnologies
      Newcontexts, newinformationsources, newdevices
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (ii)
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
      • ContentAdaptationSystem
      • Mobile learningsupportingbut no replacingeLearning
      • WidelyAcepted Access anywhere
    • Projects & Results (iii)
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (iv)
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (v)
      Allkindsofusers
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (vi)
      Otherfactors
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (vii)
      Problems
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (viii)
      Problems
      Needoftechnologicaladaptation
      NeedofPedagogicaladaptation
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (ix)
      Adaptationsystem
      Whattoadapt
      How toadapt
      Adaptationofcontentfrom LMS
      Whatkindofresources
      Whatkindofactivities
      Considertheinteractionwithmobiledevice
      Considertheinteractionwith LMS
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (x)
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
      2 Final Year Project todevelop CLAYMOBILE
    • Projects & Results (xi)
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
      OthermLearninginiciatives
      Moodbile (http://code.google.com/p/moodbile/)
    • Projects &Results (xii)
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
      OthermLearningIniciatives
      Moodle4iPhone (http://iphone.moodle.com.au/)
    • Projects &Results (xiii)
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
      Mobile Project forthe Escuela de Administración Pública de Castilla y León (ECLAP)
    • PLE
      Learning processes are continously evolving
      Not only technological changes
      eLearning as one of these evolutions
      Great acceptation but less benefits than expected
      LMS are commonly used but without expected improvements
      LMS a space to publish courses
      Restricted to a period of time
      Focused on the course
      Ignoring new initiatives and trends
      Projects & Results (xiv)
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • LMS are mature enough but must evolve to avoid extinction
      New learning trends as asteroids
      Projects & Results (xv)
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Open the Walled Garden
      Projects & Results (xvi)
    • Are LMS the only online learning Tool outthere
      Are LMS in the center of the learning innovation discussion on the web
      Looks like Web 2.0 has survived its own hype, and is thriving as a concept of online activity
      Projects & Results (xvii)
    • New spaces
      Twitter, Buzz and other microblogging
      Platforms
      Maps
      Video Streaming (Youtube , Vimeo, etc)
      Social Networks (Ning, xing, Mahara)
      Wikipedia and othersources
      WolframAlpha
      Google docs (and clones)
      Google wave
      ….
      Othercontexts
      Otherwaystoaccessthe web
      Gameconsoles
      Mobile Devices
      Projects & Results (xviii)
    • Services used for educational purposes outside the radar of learning institutions and the context of a LMS
      Integration between LMS and new trends and technology is necessary evolving towards what is known as eLearning 2.0
      This integration must consider
      Projects & Results (xix)
    • PLE
      Student-centered contexts that integrate any tool, service, content involved in eLearning process
      Some limits must be necessary in the means used by the students (iPLE)
      New trends and technologies provide benefits but also new problems
      Improvisation in the use of Web 2.0 tools
      Technical problems and pedagogical problems (it’s easy to copy and not to create)
      Lack of support from LMS
      PLE can solve these problems
      Projects & Results (XX)
    • How to define a PLE
      Start a solution from scratch
      Most initiatives only integrates different 2.0 tools in a container
      Based the new system in a existing LMS
      Requires considering what to export and what to import in the LMS
      Institution necessities must be taken into account
      SOA Approach as a technological solution
      Projects & Results (xxi)
    • Projects & Results (xxii)
      Needtoapply SOA toMoodle
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (xxiii)
      How to use itto define a PLE
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (andxxiv)
      Othertechnologicalprojects
      Semantic Web appliedtolearningenvironments by usinglayers (http://layers.com/)
      Define learningapps store for PLE
      ….
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Projects & Results (andxxiv)
      Othertechnologicalprojects
      Semantic Web appliedtolearningenvironments by usinglayers (http://layers.com/)
      Define learningapps store for PLE
      ….
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Introduction
      ProjectsandResults
      Conclusions
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • Conclusions
      Severaltypesofdevelopmentswithdifferentresults
      Mobile results
      AddaptationSystem, ECLAP, Moodbile, iPhone, Moodle4iPhone
      PLE results
      Newenvironments
      Net tools
      Theuser as thecenter
      MoodleDevelopment
      And so on…
      GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca
    • MainRearchLinesandResults
      Miguel Ángel Conde González mconde@usal.es
      This presentation has been made under the auspices of the Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo da Vinci VETPRO Project “ELearning in flamenco rhythm” (Ref. 872A8A24631B9423).
      This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.