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  • 1. Flexible Teaching with Structured Micro-Content
    • Walther Nagler
    • AG Vernetztes Lernen – TU Graz
    • 27. September 2007
  • 2. Micro-Content TU Graz ABC-eBook
  • 3. Definition in the broader, newer sense Micro-Content Microcontent is information published in short form , with its length dictated by the constraint of a single main topic and by the physical and technical limitations of the software and devices that we use to view digital content today. (Anil Dash 2002 - http://www.anildash.com/magazine/2002/11/introducing_the.html ) RSS Bookmarking with del.ico.us micro-blogging mash-ups
  • 4. Definition in the narrower, common sense Micro-Content Microcontent is information for learning and teaching purposes published in splitted and structured form , with its length dictated by the constraint of didactical aspects . SCORM Learning objects Modular design
  • 5. Advantageous Characteristics Micro-Content
    • Enclosed piece of content
    • Exchangeability
    • Servicability just in time
    • Multiplicity
    • Easy Editing, Updating
    • Short information = Quick information
    • Supports communicational aspects
    • Supports informal learning = part of private life
  • 6. ELearning at TU Graz as by autumn 2006 TU Graz
  • 7. TU Graz Teach Center: http://tugtc.tugraz.at TU Graz
  • 8. TU Graz Learn Land: https://tugll.tugraz.at / TU Graz
  • 9. Examples of Micro-Content at TU Graz TU Graz
    • Modular design of TU Graz Teach Center by so called S-Collections … like russian dolls
      • Structured Collections
      • addressable logical composites
      • navigable collections by linking
      • reusable in different contexts
      • moduls selectable
      • no basic course
      • NO DATABASE
      • XML, Ajax
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  • 10. Podcasts as Micro-Content TU Graz
    • Short podcasts
      • for instructional purpose
      • for “Help desk” at TU Graz Teach Center
    … Example
  • 11. ABC-Concept for content ABC-eBook
    • „ Weighting the content“ depending on ECTS points
    • Collecting and Splitting content into micro-content
    • Realisation of content with ABC-design
    • Output of content as a ABC-course
      • Online on TU Graz TeachCenter (eBook)
      • Offline: CBT-CD ROM
      • Hard copy paper
    • Mixing, reusing, updating for former courses
  • 12.
    • Content: 3 parts of relevance
      • „ A“: basic content
      • „ B“: description content
      • „ C“: hyper content
    • Functional design
      • No scrolling
      • Information about Course
    • Wildcards
    • Screens collected in Units
    • Units in Modules in Chapters
    Micro-Content: ABC-Screen ABC-eBook „ A“ - content Hyper information about the course Wildcards „ B“ - content „ C“ - content Title of the Screen
  • 13. eBook: ABC-Course on TU Graz TeachCenter ABC-eBook S-Collections S-Collections S-Collections
  • 14. http://tugtc.tugraz.at/wbtmaster/courses/EE06_eBook_startd.htm ABC-eBook
  • 15. ABC-eBook Future I: ABC-Manager
    • Professional Authoring Tool:
    • ABC-Manager for online and offline
      • editing
      • mixing
      • generating of micro content
      • on base of an ABC-screen pool
    • Implementation of mashup content into eBook
  • 16. ABC-eBook Future II: Implementation of Mashup-Content My annotations Electric arcs often cause broad range of damage. Professor says that they occure not very …
  • 17. ABC-eBook Summary
    • The idea of micro-content is integrated part of the overall TU Graz elearning strategy
    • It is implemented as a didactical principle …
    • Following the efforts of Web2.0
    • Building communities
    • by linking and tagging micro-content
  • 18. WG Social Learning Center of Computer and Information Services - TU Graz Head / Contact: Martin Ebner [email_address]