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  • 1. PLEF: A Conceptual Framework for Personal Learning Environments Advisor: Dipl.-Inf. Mohamed Amine Chatti Proposal to Master Thesis First Supervisor: RWTH Aachen Lehrstuhl für Informatik 5 Prof. Dr. Matthias Jarke Second Supervisor: Open University Heerlen, Netherland Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht Mohammad Ridwan Agustiawan 268635
  • 2. Outline
    • Introduction
      • Motivation
      • VLE vs PLE
      • Thesis Work
    • State of the Art
      • Related Work
      • Feature Comparison
      • Goals of the System
    • Conceptual Approaches
      • Requirements
      • Abstract Architecture
      • Use Cases
    • Project Management
      • Global Architecture
      • Class diagram
      • Implementation
      • Evaluation
      • Project plan
  • 3. Motivation
    • Technology change -> skill & knowledge update
    • E-Learning as solution ≈ Formal Learning
    • Learning in actual world
      • Personalized Learning
      • Informal Learning (IL)
      • Lifelong Learning (LLL)
    • E-Portfolio support
    • Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
    • Personal Learning Environment (PLE)
  • 4. VLE vs PLE
  • 5. Thesis Work
    • Endeavour to develop a framework , named Personal Learning Environment Framework (PLEF) , which:
      • Supports the creation of PLEs
      • Supports personalization and participation
      • Using Web 2.0 concepts and technologies , e.g.:
        • RSS
        • Widgets
        • Mashups
        • OpenID
        • Social tagging
  • 6. Related Work
    • Possible way of creating PLEs [Lube06]:
      • (Desktop) Application
      • Webtop
      • Weblog
      • Content Management System
      • Mashup
    • Example:
      • Plex
      • Elgg
      • Blog tools (i.e., Blogger)
      • Personalized Start Pages (e.g., iGoogle, MyYahoo, MsLive, NetVibes, Pageflakes)
  • 7. Feature Comparison
  • 8. Goal of the System
    • PLEF characteristics:
      • Web browser platform
      • Aggregation:
        • Feeds
        • Widgets
        • Media
      • Theme personalization
      • Features:
        • Tagging
        • Commenting
        • Sharing
      • Ease of use
  • 9. Requirements (1)
    • Framework requirements
      • Learning environment creation
      • Authentication (OpenID)
      • Pages and elements (Feeds, Widgets & Media)
      • Access control (Private & Public)
      • Tagging
      • Commenting
      • Sharing
      • Search (Full-text search & tag search)
  • 10. Requirements (2)
    • Interface requirements
      • View
        • Page view
        • Tag view
      • Layout (drag-and-drop)
        • Page order
        • Element layout
      • Personalized use of colour
        • Page colour
        • Element colour
  • 11. Abstract Architecture
  • 12. Use Cases
  • 13. Global Architecture
  • 14. Class Diagram
  • 15. Implementation
    • Java Enterprise Edition
      • JSP
      • Servlet
      • Apache Tomcat Application Server
    • AJAX
      • Google Web Toolkit
      • Script.aculo.us
      • Prototype Javascript Framework
  • 16. Evaluation
      • Success Model from DeLone and McLean [JOPP98]
  • 17. Project Plan
  • 18.
      • Thank you!