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Learning registry for Connected Educators

  1. 1. SRI InternationalCenter for Technology in LearningConnected Educator Month:Sharing Learning ResourcesPresented to: Educators With Something to Say!Marie Bienkowski, Jim KloAugust 14, 2012 2012 SRI International – CC-BY-3.0
  2. 2. Communities of Practice: Specialized Knowledge Learning now can take place online, with engaging and interactive resources Educators can use primary source materials from different online providers …But the resource location problem remains unsolved Online communities of practice are good sources of expertise for evaluating the quality and applicability of learning resources 2012 SRI International – CC-BY-3.0 2
  3. 3. Text with GraphicsSubtitle (if needed) Primary Source Materials Text on the same slide as a graphic should be minimized to avoid confusion 2012 SRI International – CC-BY-3.0 3
  4. 4. Text with GraphicsSubtitle (if needed) Text on the same slide as a graphic should be minimized Engaging to avoid confusion & Timely Lessons 4
  5. 5. The Learning Registry Solves the Resource LocationProblem • Who built it?• Library Model: Catalog – U.S. Department of Education metadata – Department of Defense – But no one updates it Advanced Distributed Learning Lab• Learning Registry Model: Collect social data about the usage of learning resources • What Kind of Data?• Share this data in a – Standard metadata, any format common pool for – Tagged, Commented, Aligned aggregation, amplification, to Standards, Rated, Clicked, Viewed, Shared, Embedded, and analysis Modified, and more 2012 SRI International – CC-BY-3.0 5
  6. 6. HowDoesItWork?
  7. 7. What CanIt Do forSearches?
  8. 8. What Can It Do For Communities of Practice?
  9. 9. Communities of Practice: Make Your VoiceHeard Community members can use the Learning Registry Collector to quickly add information about relevant learning resources The Learning Registry has resources from digital libraries and repositories Connected Educator month is our opportunity to get “big data” to analyze, aggregate, amplify Easy-to-use browser plugin Resource ratings based on the Achieve OER Quality Rubrics • http://www.achieve.org/oer-rubrics Common Core and State Alignment Data 2012 SRI International – CC-BY-3.0 9
  10. 10. Getting Started Adding Data to the LearningRegistry Requirements: Chrome Browser • http://www.google.com/chrome Download and install Chrome plugIn • http://bit.ly/lrcollector Make a Learning Registry Identity Navigate to web page of your favorite resource Align it, rate it, publish it to the Learning Registry Rinse and Repeat! 2012 SRI International – CC-BY-3.0
  11. 11. The Learning Registry Collector
  12. 12. Use Your Twitter Account For your Learning Registry Identity**Twitter Login Optional
  13. 13. Personalizeyour identitywith somebackgroundinformation
  14. 14. Steps: (1) Match; (2) Rate; (3) Tag & Comment,then (4) Publish
  15. 15. Match with Common Core or State Standards
  16. 16. Rate with Achieve OER Quality Rubrics
  17. 17. Tag and Comment
  18. 18. Publish
  19. 19. Questions? Email jim.klo@learningregistry.org 2012 SRI International – CC-BY-3.0 19

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