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Learning Enhancement Support System

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A presentaiton at IGNOU to clarify and suggest approach to the proposed SAKSHAT portal

A presentaiton at IGNOU to clarify and suggest approach to the proposed SAKSHAT portal

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  • 1. LESS for More Learning Enhancement Support System
  • 2. What is LESS?
    • An idea: expanded to Learning Enhancement Support System
    • Probably another name for the One-Stop Educational Portal
    • Support student learning
    • Provide testing services, remedial learning support, and student tracking
    • Interactive system with additional facilities to provide interaction with experts
    • System does not really replace the existing systems, but further enhances their quality
  • 3. Learning Object Strategy
    • Suggested by the three member sub-committee
    • Learning object is a digital resource that can be used to support learning
    • Anatomy of a learning object:
    Text Audio Video Animation Graphics Pages Frames Digital Assets Information Objects Learning Object
  • 4. Information Objects
    • May be:
    • Content items
    • Assessment items (both for practice as well as test)
    • Generic items such as introduction, learning outcomes, summary, keywords, references
  • 5. Learning Objects
    • Consists of
    • Overview/ Introduction
    • Learning outcomes (one for each content items)
    • Content items
    • Assessment items (for practice)
    • Assessment items (for test of both pre- and post-test type)
    • Summary, keywords, references
  • 6. Metadata
    • LO also needs appropriate metadata to:
    • Identify and retrieve them
    • Share and collaborate
    • Metadata elements required are:
    • Reuse information
    • Retrieval information
    • Tracking information
  • 7. Technology suggested Back-end users Teachers Content authors Editors Administrators Media designers LO Server LCMS Text Animation Metadata Authoring And Management System IGNOU Server Internet link Learners One-Stop Education Portal
  • 8. Skill Demand
    • Web designing
    • Multimedia
    • Animation
    • Java and XML
    • LCMS/LMS
    • Digital audio and video
    • Database handling
    • Many more…
    • Demands team work
    • Assumes high technology maturation
  • 9. Distance Teacher
    • Difficult to combine all the skills
    • Can become the content experts
    • Also can support the instructional design component, including chunking and preparing assessment items
    • Type of questions that could be accommodated include: short answer type, multiple choice, true-false, fill in the blanks and sequencing
  • 10. Generic Information for Preparing Questions
    • Identification no.
    • Language
    • Subject code
    • Topic code
    • Level (target audience)
    • Pre-requisites
    • Table of specification code
    • Cognitive process code
    • Item type
    • Performance record about this items
  • 11. Specific Item Dependent Data
    • Multiple Choice
    • Question/ item stem
    • Options (1 to 4/5)
    • Score/ weight
    • Feedback on each options
    • Additional support on each option (links to LO (internal or external)
    • Identification of correct answer
  • 12. Specific Item Dependent Data
    • Short Answer
    • Question/ item
    • Suggested answer/ Hints
    • Additional support on each option (links to LO (internal or external)
    • Links to experts (possibly)
  • 13. Just an Example Which type of microphone is sensitive to sound coming from half the environment to which it is pointing :
    • Ribbon
    • Omnidirectional
    • Cardiod
    • Gun
  • 14. Feedback Sorry, you got it wrong. Ribbon microphones are sensitive to physical shock and are suitable for recording in controlled environment. More…
  • 15. Feedback No. As the name suggest omnidirectional microphones are sensitive to sound coming from any direction. More…
  • 16. Feedback Correct. Cardioid mics are unidirectional and thus, are sensitive to sound coming from half the environment to which it is pointing. More…
  • 17. Feedback No, this is not correct. As you know Gun mics are used for avoiding environmental noise and are sensitive to only a narrow angle of sound. More…

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