An Authoring and Peer Reviewing Activity in the
Master’s Program of Elearning Pedagogy:
The Teacher and Students’ Perspect...
Agenda
1. Introduction
2. Background
3. Methodology
4. Development of the Activity
5. Conclusions
6. Aspects for further i...
1. Introduction
Online Learning / Distance Education
2. Background
Master’s Program in Elearning Pedagogy
Totally online program
2 semesters
25 students (adults)
8 courses
Moo...
Master’s Program in Elearning Pedagogy
The Course Models of Distance Education
The Learning Design
of an activity
emulating
the production of a
peer-reviewed
jou...
The Planning of the Activity
PHASE TASK
1
Exploring resources
Choosing a theme and a team
2
Definition and Presentation of...
3. Methodology
 Written discourse analysis
Messages in the General Support Forum
Forums of the Peer-Reviewer teams
Messag...
4. Development of the Activity
Formation of the Peer-Reviewers’ Teams
Formation of the Peer-Reviewers’ Teams
Master Students as Paper Authors
Source: http://lab-initio.com/
Source: http://www.flickr.com
Master Students as Article Peer-Reviewers
•Establishing criteria
•Collecting abstracts
•Reviewing articles
Master Students as Article Peer-Reviewers
Peer Review
Teams
Structure and
organization
Rules for general
format
Rules for ...
5. Conclusions
Knowledge gains
Promotion of team work
Multi-tasking
Academic writing skills
Acquaintance with specialized ...
6. Aspects for Further Investigation
Factors behind the choice for teams’
formation
Connection between peer reviewers work...
Contacts
Web: mpel.wordpress.com
Facebook: MPeL.UAb
Twitter: MPeL_UAb
Maria Paula Silva
mpaulasilva@gmail.com
Maria João S...
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ED - Media: An Authoring and Peer Reviewing Activity in the Master’s Program of eLearning Pedagogy: The Teacher and Students’ Perspectives

  1. 1. An Authoring and Peer Reviewing Activity in the Master’s Program of Elearning Pedagogy: The Teacher and Students’ Perspectives Maria Paula Silva Maria João Spilker Marina Moleirinho Lina Morgado Web: mpel.wordpress.com Facebook: MPeL.UAb Twitter: MPeL_UAb Universidade Aberta Lisbon, Portugal June/2011
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Introduction 2. Background 3. Methodology 4. Development of the Activity 5. Conclusions 6. Aspects for further investigation
  3. 3. 1. Introduction Online Learning / Distance Education
  4. 4. 2. Background Master’s Program in Elearning Pedagogy Totally online program 2 semesters 25 students (adults) 8 courses Moodle & Social Media
  5. 5. Master’s Program in Elearning Pedagogy
  6. 6. The Course Models of Distance Education The Learning Design of an activity emulating the production of a peer-reviewed journal
  7. 7. The Planning of the Activity PHASE TASK 1 Exploring resources Choosing a theme and a team 2 Definition and Presentation of criteria to assess articles Writing a half-page abstract 3 Writing and submission of articles 4 Assessment of articles 5 Reflection and evaluation of the process
  8. 8. 3. Methodology  Written discourse analysis Messages in the General Support Forum Forums of the Peer-Reviewer teams Messages of the topic “Assessment of the activity”  Analysis of the final students’ products Web pages (Wiki and Google-Docs)
  9. 9. 4. Development of the Activity
  10. 10. Formation of the Peer-Reviewers’ Teams
  11. 11. Formation of the Peer-Reviewers’ Teams
  12. 12. Master Students as Paper Authors Source: http://lab-initio.com/ Source: http://www.flickr.com
  13. 13. Master Students as Article Peer-Reviewers •Establishing criteria •Collecting abstracts •Reviewing articles
  14. 14. Master Students as Article Peer-Reviewers Peer Review Teams Structure and organization Rules for general format Rules for citation and references Content Mobile Learning - Author’s name - Affiliation; - Title; - Abstract; - Key-words; - Introduction; - Development; - Conclusion. - Four-page limit; - Word format for scientific articles; - Reduced use of notes to appear at the end of the text; - Indexation and subtitling of diagrams, images and tables. Portuguese Norm (NP 405-1, 1994) - Pertinent, reflexive, updated and objective approach; - Comprehensible and clear and language; - Observance of ethical factors. Connectivism - Title and sub-title; - Key-words; - Abstract; - Introduction; - Development; - Conclusion. --- APA - Quality, correctness and content relevance; - Mastery of concepts; - Clarity of thinking and writing; - Reflection and critical analysis skills. PLEs - Introduction, - Development, - Conclusion. - Title of the Article; - Author; - Abstract; - Key-words; - References and citation; - Tables and diagrams; - Acronyms and abbreviations. APA – 6th Edition - Clarity of thinking and adequate analysis delimitation; - Mastery of concepts and / or ideas and relevance in the present context; - Justified ideas; - Ability to reflect personal perspective.
  15. 15. 5. Conclusions Knowledge gains Promotion of team work Multi-tasking Academic writing skills Acquaintance with specialized bibliography A complex and challenging learning design
  16. 16. 6. Aspects for Further Investigation Factors behind the choice for teams’ formation Connection between peer reviewers work and authoring work Constraints of peer reviewing Transparency of the group work
  17. 17. Contacts Web: mpel.wordpress.com Facebook: MPeL.UAb Twitter: MPeL_UAb Maria Paula Silva mpaulasilva@gmail.com Maria João Spilker mjspilker@gmail.com Marina Moleirinho mmoleirinho@gmail.com Lina Morgado lmorgado@univ-ab.pt
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