Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristobal, Luis Pablo Prieto, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Juan I. Asensio-Perez, Eduardo Gomez-Sanchez, Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo, Yannis Dimitriadis
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GLUE! - GLUE!-PS: An approach to deploy non-trivial collaborative learning situations that require the integration of external tools in VLEs

GLUE! - GLUE!-PS: An approach to deploy non-trivial collaborative learning situations that require the integration of external tools in VLEs

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Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristobal, Luis Pablo Prieto, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Juan I. Asensio-Perez, Eduardo Gomez-Sanchez, Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo, Yannis Dimitriadis Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristobal, Luis Pablo Prieto, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Juan I. Asensio-Perez, Eduardo Gomez-Sanchez, Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo, Yannis Dimitriadis Presentation Transcript

  • UNIVERSITY OF VALLADOLID GSIC/EMIC http://gsic.uva.es GLUE! – GLUE!-PS: An approach to deploy non-trivial collaborative learning situations that require theintegration of external tools in VLEsCarlos Alario Hoyos, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristóbal, L.P. Prieto, M.L. Bote Lorenzo, Juan I. Asensio-Pérez, E. Gómez-Sánchez, G. Vega-Gorgojo, Y. Dimitriadis Crete, Greece, September 14th, 2012
  • Outline Introduction Deployment of collaborative learning situations using GLUE! and GLUE!-PS Validation in Moodle Conclusions and future work 2
  • Outline Introduction Deployment of collaborative learning situations using GLUE! and GLUE!-PS Validation in Moodle Conclusions and future work 3
  • Introduction: Life cycle of CL situations Especially applies in formal learning [Gómez-Sánchez:09] This life cycle can be supported by VLEs 4
  • Introduction: Problems in the life cycle 1. Limited set of VLE built-in tools • For instance 14 built-in tools in Moodle 2.2 • Several integration approaches (e.g. Moodle Modules, IMS LTI) 2. Heavy burden to deploy (instantiate) non-trivial CL designs in VLEs • Especially as the number of students, groups, tools and activities grows • Few efforts to facilitate the deployment of generic learning designs (e.g. LAMS, CADMOS) 5
  • Outline Introduction Deployment of collaborative learning situations using GLUE! and GLUE!-PS Validation in Moodle Conclusions and future work 6
  • Deployment using GLUE! within VLEs GLUE! architecture [Alario-Hoyos:12] – Three-tier loosely-coupled architecture – Integration of multiple external tools in multiple VLEs – Low functionality offered as a trade-off with the development effort required for the integration of new tools in VLEs • But enough to support the management of tool instances within VLEs • Deployment within the VLE interface but with new tools! – Reference implementation available (http://gsic.uva.es/glue) • 3 GLUE! “VLE” adapters (Moodle, LAMS and MediaWiki) • 9 Tool adapters (Google Docs, Dabbleboard, Doodle…) 7
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  • Deployment in VLEs using GLUE!-PS GLUE!-PS architecture [Prieto:11] – Three-tier loosely-coupled architecture – Deployment of non-trivial CL designs from multiple authoring tools and LD languages in multiple VLEs – GLUE!-PS also helps educators to particularize LD and extend them with collaborative concepts (i.e. group structures). – Implementation (http://gsic.uva.es/glueps) • 2 LD adapters (Pedagogical Pattern Collector, WebCollage) • 2 GLUE!-PS “VLE” adapters (Moodle, MediaWiki). 9
  • Deployment in VLEs using GLUE! and GLUE!-PS  GLUE! - GLUE!-PS partnership – Deploy non-trivial CL situations that require the integration of external tools in multiple VLEs – Create generic LD in authoring tools, particularize and deploy them using GLUE!-PS, refine them within the VLE interface using GLUE! 10
  •  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nd2bcaIMrpU 11
  • Outline Introduction Deployment of collaborative learning situations using GLUE! and GLUE!-PS Validation in Moodle Conclusions and future work 12
  • An authentic CL situation Purpose: Discuss with partners the structure of a research paper on ICT – Blended learning situation – Pyramid (collaborative pattern [Hernández:06] ) – Moodle (institutional VLE) • Built-in tools do not cover teachers’ need • Non-trivial structure of students and groups 13
  • Deployment in Moodle 24 teachers with multidisciplinary backgrounds deployed the LD in Moodle using Web Collage, GLUE! and GLUE!-PS Main findings and data sources: Tag Finding Data sources F1 Teachers with different backgrounds can design and deploy this CL Questionnaire, situation into Moodle using GLUE!, GLUE!-PS and WebCollage. Observations F2 The external tools integrated through GLUE! allow to put Questionnaire into operation the design ideas in this CL situation. F3 The centralization in a VLE of all the tools and resources needed in Questionnaire this CL situation facilitates the enactment of the learning activities. F4 Designing and deploying this CL situation with GLUE!, Questionnaire, GLUE!-PS and WebCollage is efficient in time. Debate recording F5 The learning design in this CL situation can be reused in different Debate recording Moodle courses. F6 The learning design in this CL situation can be deployed in various Debate recording learning environments. 14
  • Outline Introduction Deployment of collaborative learning situations using GLUE! and GLUE!-PS Validation in Moodle Conclusions and future work 15
  • Conclusions and future work The GLUE! – GLUE!-PS partnership: – Facilitates the deployment of non-trivial CL situations that require the integration of external tools in VLEs. – Widens the set of tools educators can choose from – Enables an easier sharing and reuse of learning designs • Even between different VLEs!! Future work – Further experimental evaluation – Extension using geolocated collaborative activities 16
  • UNIVERSITY OF VALLADOLID GSIC/EMIC http://gsic.uva.es GLUE! – GLUE!-PS: An approach to deploy non-trivial collaborative learning situations that require theintegration of external tools in VLEsCarlos Alario Hoyos, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristóbal, L.P. Prieto, M.L. Bote Lorenzo, Juan I. Asensio-Pérez, E. Gómez-Sánchez, G. Vega-Gorgojo, Y. Dimitriadis Crete, Greece, September 14th, 2012