WIP Presentation
Leonardo Langaro
Ipawiki
“Does wiki technology facilitate
collaborative knowledge creation
in a Higher Education
environment?”
 Methodist University
 Faculty of Pharmacy
 Three lectures agree to participate
 Small Group of second year students
...
Wiki should contains:
• My identification
• A succinct proposal of my research
• Main objectives
• List of participants
•...
• Lack in computer literacy
• Lack of experience in applying technology in
education
• Wiki unknown as a educational tool
...
Did the elearning object meet the
expectations?
Did learners enjoy the experience?
Did learners believe they are benefi...
 Allen, M. W. (2003). Michael Allen's guide to e-learning: building
interactive, fun, and effective learning programs for...
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Elearning project WIP presentation

  1. 1. WIP Presentation Leonardo Langaro
  2. 2. Ipawiki
  3. 3. “Does wiki technology facilitate collaborative knowledge creation in a Higher Education environment?”
  4. 4.  Methodist University  Faculty of Pharmacy  Three lectures agree to participate  Small Group of second year students  Both using wiki for the first time  VLE does not have wiki installed  Assignment: create a collaborative knowledge
  5. 5. Wiki should contains: • My identification • A succinct proposal of my research • Main objectives • List of participants • Tutorial about using wiki • Examples of application in education • Best practices • Techniques to motivate participation
  6. 6. • Lack in computer literacy • Lack of experience in applying technology in education • Wiki unknown as a educational tool • Evening course + full time work • Compute Lab room hard to book • Difficulty to motivate lectures in using technology • Fear in implementing something new and unknown
  7. 7. Did the elearning object meet the expectations? Did learners enjoy the experience? Did learners believe they are benefited? Was the style acceptable to learners? Were the motivation techniques effectives? Did learners complete the assignment for creating a collaborative knowledge?
  8. 8.  Allen, M. W. (2003). Michael Allen's guide to e-learning: building interactive, fun, and effective learning programs for any company. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley.  Clark, R. C., & Mayer, R. E. (2008). E-learning and the science of instruction: proven guidelines for consumers and designers of multimedia learning. San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer.  Horton, W. (2004). Evaluating E-Learning: here is how you can predict success, measure value, prove worth. Alexandria, VA: American Society for Training & Development.  Shackelford, B. (2005). Project managing e-learning. Alexandria: ASTD.  Shank, P., & Sitze, A. (2004). Making sense of online learning a guide for beginners and the truly skeptical. San Francisco: Pfeiffer.

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