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Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity
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Contributions within the EuroCAT Project & My European Identity

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Presented at the EuroCAT evaluation by the European Commision in Barcelona, 25/11/2010

Presented at the EuroCAT evaluation by the European Commision in Barcelona, 25/11/2010

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  • The time vs tasks slide 12 refers to expriences of time. tiem is experienced as a map to communicate and cooperate as well as a jar full of different glassbeads and sand. the jar represents the day, month etc. the bigger glassbeads are the big activities, the smaller the smaller tasks etc. the sand are the tasks we do every day like standing in the que, waiting on the phone, paying the biils etc. In this way we can design tools to facilate our lives to take advantage mainly the sand (little things) by mobile computing. this information comes from the microsoft time research.
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  • CSCL researcher Stahl has combined discourse and content analysis in a new analytical framework for collaborative learning, here referred as CSCL Discussion Analysis.
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    • 1. Euro-CAT-CSCL, enhancing collaborative organisation in long term Computer Supported Collaborative Activities * Contributions in Human Computer Interaction Education * European Identity Lampropoulou, Niki Mid-term Report Dr. Niki Lampropoulou (Lambropoulos)
    • 2. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos • Overall Contribution • Marie-Curie aims: Coming to the UK • Contribution to Euro-CAT-CSCL • Dissemination & Impact • Personal Development • Thinking & Opportunities on a European level • Conclusions: Direct match to Marie Curie Objectives
    • 3. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos Euro-CAT-CSCL Contribution: HCI Education We put the learner first!
    • 4. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos Marie-Curie aims: Coming to the UK • Previous work in Greece • Teacher • ICT coordinator • Educational Administrator • ICT Education Project Manager • However, limited HCI jobs
    • 5. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos • Human Computer Interaction Education (HCI-Ed) – Definition: HCI-Ed requires an initial conceptual understanding of the learning context, targets and values; before the design, evaluation and implementation of systems and tools from a user/learner-centred perspective. This is complemented by the study of the major phenomena surrounding the impact of these processes. – Methodology for Dynamic eLearning Systems (7 stages) – Group Awareness framework (7 attributes) • Technical variables, manuals, questionnaires • 2 Research Frameworks Quality Assurance by Major Research Contributions
    • 6. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos • Human Computer Interaction Education (HCI-Ed) – E-Learning Quality Assurance – Merge User-Centred Design (UCD) with Learner-Centred Design (LCD) • Ergonomics Evaluation Questionnaire • Involve users-learners in the early stages of design as well as in the validation of suggested changes • Verify cross-cultural & multi-disciplinary efficiency • 3 small-scale case studies • 3 Euro-CAT-CSCL versions were tested, evaluated, introduced changes and led to final release • 1 final study to validate the final release (quasi control/experimental) • > Pedagogical Ergonomics – Utility, usability, accessibility and overall satisfaction using Euro-CAT-CSCL – Different disciplines & contexts – Different levels of both tools use, and learning expertise • Average users, experts, students and tutors – Merging CSCW/L • Research frameworks – Micro- & macro- research foci on in-situ (momentum) and longitudinal basis • Internal & External Regulation – Team-work micro-messaging CSCL discussion analysis (added one level to existing CSCL research) In particular…
    • 7. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos HCI-Ed Methodology for Dynamic eLearning Systems •Lambropoulos, N., Culwin, F. & Romero, M. (2010). In ACM eLearn: Education & Technology in Perspective. •Romero, M., Lambropoulos, N. (2010). In Virtual Campus International session/workshop within the ExpoElearning 2010.
    • 8. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos Group Collaboration Awareness Framework Lambropoulos, N., Culwin, F. (2010-11). In the HCI 2010 Conference (2010), the LSBU Proceedings on Group Awareness (2011) and the Electronic Workshops in Computing (eWiC) Published by the British Computer Society (BCS).
    • 9. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos External & Internal Regulation/Assessment in CSCL (I) Tutor/Peer Assessment Tutor/Peer Regulation
    • 10. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos Micro- Macro- Middle- Levels for CSCL Discussion Analysis (II)
    • 11. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos Euro-CAT-CSCL Inter-Connected Frameworks
    • 12. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos • Time vs. Tasks Users’/Learners’ Experiences
    • 13. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos EuroCAT-CSCL Timeline With UABWith UAB
    • 14. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos Dissemination • Internal/External to the EU & Consortium • Publications for different audiences – Book – Journal articles, special issue – Conferences – Workshops – ACM eLearn online magazine – Invited sessions • Presentations – Broadcasts – Workshops • Social Networks
    • 15. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos • Research (personal - interpersonal) – Collaborative Research – Quantitative & Time-based Research – SPSS & Micro-macro- analysis • Writing (personal - interpersonal) – Different audiences • Project Management – PRINCE2 • EU Proposal writing – ICT FP7 – Lifelong Learning • Networking & Collaboration in EU – EU Public Consultancy – Digital Agenda – Future Education for Europe – Lifelong Learning Personal Development: New Skills
    • 16. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos • Knowledge Utilisation – Collaborative research: Knowledge transfer between the partners – Dissemination in the industry: ExpoLearning & BCS Digital Library – Benefits to technology enhanced learning users as learners as ‘customers’ – Knowledge into Action via a Company for innovation project management – Create shared technologies via cooperation between industry and academia not only contributed to the – Socio-economical aspect of the industry but also the research community – The long term impact: end users/learners, managers and tutors, to organise and coordinate their activities by increasing their collaboration awareness • Impact on 21st Century Learning & Work – Merge CSCW+CSCL, New skills (e.g. time management) Knowledge-Based & Socio-Economic Impact
    • 17. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos • New opportunities in the European Research Area – European & International dimensions • New key skills acquisition – Confidence • Exposed to business – Dissemination – Bringing together industry-academia • Inter-Research quality training – Inter-sectoral and trans-national employability, Inter- disciplinary fields – Project Management: Social Entrepreneurial state of mind for applied research • Research & Writing training • Knowledge-sharing on different levels/audiences • Socio-economic impact – Knowledge-based economy and society – Direct cooperation between public and private sectors • Enhancing overall research career Conclusions: Direct Match of Project’s Aims
    • 18. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos for your kind attention!!
    • 19. 25th November, 2010 – Mid Term Review Dr. Niki Lambropoulos Teamwork & Peer Assessment

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