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Web 2.0 course models

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This looks at how e-learning courses could be developed along web 2.0 lines, and some of the external factors influencing course design.

This looks at how e-learning courses could be developed along web 2.0 lines, and some of the external factors influencing course design.

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  • 1. Some new course models? Martin Weller
  • 2. Outline
    • External factors
    • Internal factors
    • 5 course models
    • Technologies
    • Questions
  • 3. External factors
    • The Long Tail
    • The liberation of content
    • A shifting market place
    • Decentralisation and democratisation
    • Personalisation
    • New types of content
    • Web 2.0
    • Rapid change
  • 4. Internal factors
    • Declining student numbers
    • Fragmenting market
    • OpenLearn
    • Broadcast review
    • VLE
    • E-learning
  • 5. Some possibilities General activity Using X’s theory analyse three of the stories below… External RSS feed 1. The self updating course User tagged content
  • 6. General problem In your group devise a business proposal on X… External RSS feed 2. The OU content-lite course External Podcasts User generated content
  • 7. General problem Demonstrate your competence and understanding of … Selected RSS feed 3. The personalised course Produced Podcasts Collected resources
  • 8. General course Selected RSS feed 4. All marketing is content Produced Podcasts Collected resources Open Learn Input from others Collected resources
  • 9. Specific course Selected content 5 Course as aggregation Modified Content ECM General subject topics Specific content
  • 10. Some technology examples
    • Netvibes
    • Stringle
    • LastFM
    • 43Things
  • 11. Some questions
    • Is the course team the appropriate granularity?
    • Are we prepared to trust 3 rd party content we haven’t even seen yet?
    • Can we produce more generic content?
    • Is there a reduction in quality?
    • Does it matter?
    • Do we need to use different pedagogy?
    • Do we need to teach students different skills?
  • 12. Conclusions(?)
    • We need a lighter course production model
    • Aggregation is key to this
    • 3 rd party content should form a good proportion of most courses
    • Content is (almost) a free commodity, so don’t build business on it
    • User generated content is powerful
    • We should utilise the network
    • Personalisation is just around the corner…

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