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The Sakai Learning Capabilities Design Lenses are the product of the collective efforts of educators, instructional designers, and other pedagogically minded individuals who are part of the Sakai ...

The Sakai Learning Capabilities Design Lenses are the product of the collective efforts of educators, instructional designers, and other pedagogically minded individuals who are part of the Sakai Teaching & Learning community. Each Design Lens represents a perspective from which we can envision the learning capabilities of a new Sakai. After a year of development, the Sakai Open Academic Environment (OAE) embodies much of this shared vision. In this session we?ll focus on what the first release of OAE will deliver from the perspective of the Design Lenses and what learning capabilities our institutions will need to be able to fulfill our short-term and long-term plans. We will reflect on the original Design Lenses and discuss how the Teaching and Learning community can stay engaged with OAE development efforts.

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  • Sakai
Learning
Capabili/es
Design
 Lenses
in
Ac/on Joshua
Baron,

Marist
College
 David
Goodrum,
Indiana
University
 Jon
Hays,
University
of
California,
Berkeley
  • Design
Lenses
in
Ac+on• Developing
a
Shared
Vision• Scoring
the
CLE
&
OAE• Design
Lenses
in
Ac/on 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 2
  • How
it
all
started...DEVELOPING
A
SHARED
VISION 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 3
  • Background
&
History• Next
phase
of
T&L
Involvement
(aXer
BC) • Saw
opportunity
to
engaged
around
Sakai
3 • Process
and
final
deliverable
was
unclear• Jumped
in
by
Doc.
Learning
Capabili/es • Focused
on
simple
user‐centric
needs • Quickly
generated
160+
rows
in
Google• Used
to
Iden/fy
Overarching
LC
Themes • Went
back
and
tagged
each
Learning
Capability 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 4
  • Background
&
History• Stepped
Back
and
Pondered… • Organically
developed
Design
Lenses
Concept • Realized
we
needed
to
refine
what
we
had• Version
1.0 • Seven
(7)
Design
Lenses
and
associated
Facets • Linked
to
specific
Learning
Capabili/es • Became
a
vision
for
all
of
Sakai 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 5
  • Many
Have
Contributed… Pat
Sine
(University
of
Delaware) Josh
Baron
(Marist
College) Clay
Fenlason
(Sakai
Founda/on;
Georgia
Tech) Carole
Hunter
(Charles
Sturt
University) Kirk
Alexander
(University
of
California
–
Davis) Ken
Romeo
(Stanford
University)Salwa
Khan
(Texas
State
University) Sean
Keesler
(Three
Canoes
Consul/ng) Amber
Evans
(Virginia
Tech) Rita
Pavolka
 Janet
de
Vry
(University
of
Delaware) (Indiana
University) Barbara
Mack
 Robert
Gérin‐Lajoie (New
York
University) Learning & Teaching Management 
(Université
de
Montréal) Learning Activities Mathieu
Plourde Robin
Hill
 (University
of
Wyoming) Sakai 
(University
of
Delaware) Learning Capabilities Social Interaction Design Lenses Document version 1.0 Janice
Smith
 Sakai Teaching & Learning Community Assessment/Evaluation Beth
Kirschner
 (Three
Canoes
Consul/ng) (University
of
Michigan) Content Creation & Use Lynn
Ward
(Indiana
University) Openness Philip
Uys
(Charles
Sturt
University) User Autonomy Eddie
Watson
(Virginia
Tech) Kate
Ellis
(Indiana
University) David
Goodrum
(Indiana
University) Roger
Henry
(Indiana
University) Keli
Amann
(Stanford
University) Charmaine
Thompson
(Johns
Hopkins
University) Luke
Fernandez
(Weber
State
University) Teggin
Summers
(Virginia
Tech) Max
Whitney
(New
York
University) Kim
Eke
(University
of
North
Carolina
–
Chapel
Hill) 11th
Sakai
Conference
‐
June
15‐17,
2010 Mark
Zaldivar
(Virginia
Tech) 6
  • The
Design
Lenses Learning & Teaching Management Learning Activities Sakai Learning Capabilities Social Interaction Design Lenses Document version 1.0 Assessment/Evaluation Sakai Teaching & Learning CommunityContent Creation & Use Openness User Autonomy 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 7
  • Design
Lenses
&
Facets Grouping Application of Learning Theory Visual Design & Layout Sequencing & Workflow Learning & Teachinginstructional Preparation Scaffolding & Guidance Management Learning Activities Portfolio Design Reflection & Metacognition Portability of Structure Portfolio Processes Communication Learning Interactives Sakai Learning Capabilities Collaboration Social Interaction Grading, Rating, Design Lenses & Feedback Community Document version 1.0 Tracking Assessment/Evaluation Finding Sakai Teaching & Learning Documenting Learning Community Authoring Reporting Managing Content Creation & Use Publishing Open Educational Resources Administering Open License Diversity Reusing Openness Open Standards Personalization User Autonomy Interoperability Self Management Permeability 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 8
  • Where
we
are
today...SCORING
THE
CLE
&
OAE 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 9
  • Strengths
&
Focus
of
Sakai
CLE Grouping Application of Learning Theory Visual Design & Layout Sequencing & Workflow Learning & Teachinginstructional Preparation Scaffolding & Guidance Management Learning Activities Portfolio Design Reflection & Metacognition Portability of Structure Portfolio Processes Communication Learning Interactives Sakai Learning Capabilities Collaboration Social Interaction Grading, Rating, Design Lenses & Feedback Community Document version 1.0 Tracking Assessment/Evaluation Sakai Teaching & Learning Documenting Learning Community Reporting Content Creation & Use Openness User Autonomy 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 10
  • Strengths
&
Focus
of
Sakai
OAE
v1 Learning & Teaching Management Learning Activities Communication Sakai Learning Capabilities Collaboration Social Interaction Design Lenses Community Document version 1.0 Assessment/Evaluation Finding Sakai Teaching & Learning Community Authoring Managing Content Creation & Use Publishing Open Educational ResourcesAdministering Open License Diversity Reusing Openness Open Standards Personalization User Autonomy Interoperability Self Management Permeability 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 11
  • OAE
v1
+
CLE
=
Hybrid Grouping Application of Learning Theory Visual Design & Layout Sequencing & Workflow Learning & Teachinginstructional Preparation Scaffolding & Guidance Management Learning Activities Portfolio Design Reflection & Metacognition Portability of Structure Portfolio Processes Communication Learning Interactives Sakai Learning Capabilities Collaboration Social Interaction Grading, Rating, Design Lenses & Feedback Community Document version 1.0 Tracking Assessment/Evaluation Finding Sakai Teaching & Learning Documenting Learning Community Authoring Reporting Managing Content Creation & Use Publishing Open Educational Resources Administering Open License Diversity Reusing Openness Open Standards Personalization User Autonomy Interoperability Self Management Permeability 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 12
  • How
does
the
CLE
score?• Take
the
survey:
hmp://bit.ly/jl0Y3j 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 13
  • What’s
happening
&
what
is
next?DESIGN
LENSES
IN
ACTION 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 14
  • Sakai
OAE12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 15
  • Sakai
OAE• Content
Crea/on
&
Use• Social
Interac/on• User
Autonomy• Openness 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 15
  • Sakai
OAE• Content
Crea/on
&
Use• Social
Interac/on• User
Autonomy• Openness• Assessment/Evalua/on• Learning
Ac/vi/es• Teaching
&
Learning
Management 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 15
  • Design
and
Feature
Workflow:
 Managed
Project,
URG
and
Ins+tu+ons Ins+tu+on MP Review
as
a
 group
 (UX,
etc.) nsDesig Evaluate
and
 URG perform
research
as
 needed ack b Feed Ins+tu+on’s URG
Rep(s) nsDesig Post
feedback ct Selegns ba ck Desi Feed Ins+tu+on’s URG
Rep(s) MP Slide
Prepared
by:
Rachel
Hollowgrass,
UC
Berkeley 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 16
  • Design
and
Feature
Workflow:
 Managed
Project,
URG
and
Ins+tu+ons Ins+tu+on MP Review
as
a
 group
 back (UX,
etc.) Feed T&L
Community nsDesig Evaluate
and
 URG perform
research
as
 needed ack b Feed Ins+tu+on’s URG
Rep(s) nsDesig Post
feedback ct Selegns ba ck Desi Feed Ins+tu+on’s URG
Rep(s) MP Slide
Prepared
by:
Rachel
Hollowgrass,
UC
Berkeley 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 16
  • What
is
Next?• Shared
Vision
&
Common
Language• Deeper
Engagement
with
OAE
Project • URG
Feedback
Loop • Other
Opportuni/es
for
Feedback • User
Tes/ng • User
Needs • Further
Mini‐spec
development 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 17
  • Learning & Teaching instructional Preparation Design
Lens:
Social
Interac+on Management Portfolio Design Portability of StructurePeer
to
Peer,
Peer
to
Group,
Group
to
Group Communication Connec/ng
with
others
with
 Collaboration Social Interaction common
interests
&
goals CommunityCul/vate
a
sense
of
belonging,
ownership,
 Findingresponsibility,
group
iden/ty Interac/ons
between
and
among
peers,
 Authoring subject
mamer
experts,
and
others
that
 contribute
to
learning,
crea/on,
or
 Managing understanding
and
a
sense
of
belonging
 Publishing Content Creation & Use and
group
iden/ty. Administering Diversity 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 18 Reusing
  • Learning
Capability
SpreadsheetReference
#
LC015











Point
of
View:
instructor






Simple
Goal:
I
want
to
have
a
class
discussion
about
a
par/cular
topic.






Alterna+ve
Expression
of
Goal:I
want
students
to
lead
a
discussion
on
a
par/cular
topic.







Basic
Capability
Needed:Threaded
discussion
 12th
Sakai
Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 19
  • Learning
Capability
ExamplesAdvanced
Capabili+esAbility
to
move
posts
or
threads
to
a
new
or
different
discussion.
Ability
to
privately
respond
to
a
post.
Ability
to
grade/rate
a
post.
Ability
to
see
all
posts
by
an
individual
across
mul/ple
discussion
topics.
Ability
to
search
for
keywords
to
pull
up
related
posts.
Ability
to
have
students
see
the
contribu/ons
of
others
a"er
they
make
their
own.Ability
to
tag
posts
to
par/cular
topics…
More
Complex
exampleGoogle
Wave‐like
capability
mix
of
discussion,
messaging,
instant
messaging,
etc.




 

Innova+onsText
contribu/ons
could
also
be
listened
to.
Spoken
contribu/ons
could
be
also
 seen
as
text. 12th
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Conference
–
Los
Angeles,
California
–
June
14‐16 20