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the slides to our paper: Schaffert, Sandra; Bürger, Tobias; Hilzensauer, Wolf & Schaffert, Sebastian (2008). Underlying Concepts and Theories of Learning with the Semantic Web. …

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  • 1. Underlying Concepts and Theories of Learning with the Semantic Web 4th EduMedia Conference 2008 Special Track quot;Technology Support for Self-Organised Learnersquot; (TSSOL08)‫‏‬ 3. June 2008 in Salzburg Sandra Schaffert Wolf Hilzensauer Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H. 2008-06-03 EduMedia08 1
  • 2. This presentation builds on: | Schaffert, Sandra; Bürger, Tobias; Hilzensauer, Wolf & Schaffert, Sebastian (2008). Underlying Concepts and Theories of Learning with the Semantic Web. In: Marco Kalz, Rob Koper, Veronika Hornung-Prähauser & Michaela Luckmann (Ed.): TSSOL 2008, Technology Support for Self- Organized Learners, Proceedings, EduMedia Conference 2008, Salzburg, Austria, May 26, 2008, p. 67-83. | http://sunsite.informatik.rwth- aachen.de/Publications/CEUR-WS/Vol-349/schaffert.pdf
  • 3. Introduction: our visit at the TENCompetence Winterschool 2008 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 4. 50 PhD students and „e- learning“ experts... Hannes Ebner – see http://www.flickr.com/photos/hannesebner/2282930163/ 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 5. .... discussed a lot about „Semantic Web and Learning“ 2008-06-03 EduMedia08 Hannes Ebner – see http://www.flickr.com/photos/hannesebner/2274448420/
  • 6. ... but did they really talk about the same? Stefan Karlhuber – see http://www.flickr.com/photos/s_karlhuber/2294062185/ 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 7. Agenda 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 8. Agenda | Semantic Web – a short introduction | Underlying concepts in the field of Learning in the Semantic Web | Aspect 1: The Content | Aspect 2: The role of the learner | Aspect 3: The social involvement | Project Screening | Summary 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 9. Semantic Web – a short introduction 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 10. Semantic Web ... | aiming at making Web content accessible to machines | in a way that goes beyond mere presentation and rendering of content | goal: enriching the existing Web to provide Web-based systems with advanced (so-called intelligent) capabilities, | in particular with context-awareness and | decision support. | realised with meta-data and (meta-) data processing 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 11. One of the core challenges for the Semantic Web for Learning: providing meta data | humans can provide meta data by using a machine interpretable coding scheme (XML, RDF, XML, OWL, … ) | Humans can use inductive approaches as e.g. tagging | computers can produce structure & meta data automatically | All these approaches are not easy to realise. 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 12. Learning with the Semantic Web … | ... is in its infancy | several projects and tools | but only few of them with a special focus on learning 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 13. Underlying concepts in the field of Learning in the Semantic Web 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 14. Underlying concepts in the field of Learning in the Semantic Web | Aspect 1: The Content | Aspect 2: The role of the learner | Aspect 3: The social involvement 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 15. Aspect 1: The Content 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 16. Example: EU project LUISA 2008-06-03 EduMedia08 Hannes Ebner – see http://www.flickr.com/photos/hannesebner/2273654061/in/set-72157604106892381/
  • 17. Example: MOSEP Tutorials within a Semantic Wiki 2008-06-03 (Ikewiki) EduMedia08 See http://wiki.mosep.org
  • 18. Aspect 1: The Content | a) the content is fixed (“canned content”), claiming to be objective | b) the content as dynamic, permanently “under development” and only shallowly categorised (miscellaneous) 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 19. Aspect 2: The role of the learner 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 20. Example: An active math application 2008-06-03 EduMedia08 Screenshot of a active math application - http://www.leactivemath.org/fileadmin/leactivemath/images/LeAMContentSchool_copy_1.jpg
  • 21. Example: FLOCK 2008-06-03 EduMedia08 Screenshot of Flock (a Social Browser) - http://blog.wired.com/monkeybites/images/flock1.jpg
  • 22. Aspect 2: The role of the learner | a) the learner as a consumer, being taught by a teacher/trainer | b) the learner as an active, self-organised creator of his/her own environment 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 23. Aspect 3: The social involvement 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 24. 2008-06-03 EduMedia08 “The setting for Web-based education” according to Devedižić (2004, figure 2, p. 32)‫‏‬ – an exemplary illustration of an socially isolated learner
  • 25. Example: Teamspace by Chris Glahn Stefan Karlhuber – see http://www.flickr.com/photos/s_karlhuber/2294115657/ 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 26. Aspect 3: The Social Involvement | a) the learner as “isolated”, on his/her own | b) the learner communicates with humans, in terms of being involved in a learning community 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 27. Project Screening 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 28. E.g. the APOSDLE project 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 29. E.g. the APOSDLE project | Is the learning content seen as something miscellaneous and under development? | Is the role of learner that of an active, self-organised creator? | Does the social involvement, e.g. the learning communities, play a role? 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 30. 2008-06-03 EduMedia08 Content analysis of projects and tools in the field of Learning with Semantic technologies
  • 31. The two dominant types of projects concerning to the three aspects of their 2008-06-03 underlying concepts in the field of learning with the Semantic Web: Illustrating the EduMedia08 paradigm shift from e-learning 1.0 to e-learning 2.0 (just for illustration purpose; the aspects are not orthogonal as depicted in the figure)‫‏‬
  • 32. Similar results ...: A Literatur Analysis Illustration of the statistical analysis of the co-citation of publication about learning on the topic “Semantic Web” Source: Beat Döbili 2008-06-03 http://beat.doebe.li/ EduMedia08 bibliothek/w01364.html
  • 33. Summary 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 34. Summary 2008-06-03 EduMedia08
  • 35. You will found our presentation ... in our Weblog 2008-06-03 EduMedia08 http://edumedia.salzburgresearch.at 35
  • 36. Kontakt Dr. Sandra Schaffert Mag. Wolf Hilzensauer Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H. Jakob-Haringer-Str. 5/III A-5020 Salzburg Phone: +43-662-2288- Sandra: 429 - Wolf: 423 Fax: +43-662-2288-222 sandra.schaffert@salzburgresearch.at wolf.hilzensauer@salzburgresearch.at 2008-06-03 http://www.salzburgresearch.at EduMedia08 . 36