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Kathleen Heireman - Maple

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  • 1. BLCC
    presents
    Mobile Adaptive Personalised Learning Experience
    iMinds 2011, Kathleen Heireman
  • 2. Overview
    Who is BLCC?
    Why do we believe in mobile learning?
    Why participate in Maple?
    Who participates in Maple?
    Which answers did Maple bring?
    What are the next steps?
    Demo
  • 3. Who is BLCC?
    Business Language and Communication Centre
    Tailor-made and short language courses for companies - expert in blended learning
    Tailor-made e-learning and e-testing developments
    Consultancy for implementing a language learning strategy
  • 4. Who is BLCC?
    DIDACTIC PARTNERS COMMERCIAL PARTNERS
    TECHNOLOGICAL PARTNERS
    Take-over of Languesdoc in 2011.
    Close cooperation to implement CALT, CALL and now MALL research.
  • 5. Who is BLCC?
    13 languages
    20.000 training hours/year
    150 companies
    21 years
    12 permanent staff members
    200 freelance language teachers
    100 % client satisfaction
  • 6. Clients
    TRUST SECTOR
    LARGE COMPANIES
    SMEs
    GOVERNMENT
    HOSPITALS
    COLLEGES
  • 7. Why do we believe in m-learning?
    Innovate or die
    Learning is changing, so will our role
    Target audience increasingly under pressure
    Mobile revolution
  • 8. Why do we believe in m-learning?
    Concretely ..
    Enrich the BLCC Integrated Language Learning Environment
  • 9. Why do we believe in m-learning?
    Concretely..
    Optimize travel time, waiting time of our target audience
  • 10. Why do we believe in m-learning?
    Concretely..
    Improve flexibility and bring learning into the personal living environment of our clients.
  • 11. Mobile Adaptive Personalised Learning Experience
  • 12. Why participate in Maple?
    Belief in P&G Connect & Develop Innovation model
    Need for scientific research and different insights
    A lot of technological, didactic, business and user-related questions to be answered …
  • 13. Who participates in Maple?
    Mobile Adaptive Personalised Learning Experience
  • 14. Which answers did Maple bring?
    Insight in user expectations and experiences
  • 15. Which answers did Maple bring?
    Developmentof a reasoning system which manages
    • the adaptive selection of learning objects based on tracking & logging data and LLOM integrated in the learning objects.
    • 16. the detection of the type of device the learning objects are consulted on and the consequent delivery and adaptation of media content.
  • NinSuna
    media delivery channels
    media store
    selection & packaging
    media ingest service
    (6)
    MDTE service
    MAPLE platform
    RDF DB
    (4)
    reasoner
    (2b)
    (2)
    (5)
    TEDU learning endpoint
    (1)
    (3)
    TEDU
    exercise DB
    TEDU
    user DB
    (2a)
  • 17. Which answers did Maple bring?
    Clear specifications for language learning objects suited for adaptive model and suited to mobile learning experience.
    How 2 exploit authentic media to create interesting learning paths.
  • 18. Which answers did Maple bring?
    2 demonstrators
    Demonstrator illustrating the Maple research, the reasoning system in particular.
    Demonstrator focusing on the user expectations, including an offline learning option.
  • 19. What are the next steps?
    Look into new business models.
    Look into new sales channels.
    Look into new content models based on partnerships with media companies.
    Content!
  • 20. Demo
  • 21. BLCC
    presents
    Mobile Adaptive Personalised Learning Experience
    iMinds 2011, Kathleen Heireman