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    • Educational FuturesThematic Research Network ork23 January 2012An Educational Futures Evidence Hub:Dynamic Web Presence for Engaging Academics,Practitioners, Enterprise & Policymakers?Simon Buckingham ShumKnowledge Media Institute 1
    • olnet.orgIET (OER Impact Research) KMi (OER Collective Intelligence Research)Patrick McAndrew (PI) Simon Buckingham ShumPangiota Alevizou Michelle BachlerCanan Blake Anna De LiddoDoug ClowGráinne ConoleKaren CropperRob FarrowAnn JonesKasia KozinskaElpida MakriyannisAndreia Inamorato dos SantosEileen ScanlonTina Wilson
    • Your team, organization, school,professional network, community... 3
    • Your team, organization, school,professional network, community... 4
    • Your team, organization, school,professional network, community... 5
    • How do we augment this system’scapacity to sense, respond to, andshape its environment?•  Through the lens of complex adaptive systems, resilience and network science...•  Through the lens of sensemaking and HCI... •  Hypermedia Discourse: social- semantic web + models of discourse 6
    • How do we augment this system’scapacity to sense, respond to, andshape its environment?•  Through the lens of complex adaptive systems, resilience and network science... •  many interacting agents (human and software) •  many weak signals that can build up unexpectedly •  diversity and redundancy •  feedback loops •  visual analytics to reveal emergent patterns and network properties •  ability to withstand change and shock to the system 7
    • Resilience•  Walker, et al. (2004) define resilience as “the capacity of a system to absorb disturbance and reorganize while undergoing change, so as to still retain essentially the same function, structure, identity, and feedbacks” 8
    • Resilience Platformshttp://www.futureofed.org/driver/Platforms-for-Resilience.aspx 9
    • Resilience Platformshttp://www.futureofed.org/driver/Platforms-for-Resilience.aspxCreating flexibility and innovation amid system failures “Platforms for resilience - enabling responsive flexibility, distributed collaboration, and transparency - will allow institutions to meet such challenges through innovation, adaptation, and openness.” 10
    • How do we augment this system’scapacity to sense, respond to, andshape its environment?•  Through the lens of sensemaking and HCI... •  many plausible narratives: what was, is, or might be going on?... • cri •  many representational artifacts tical t being shared and annotated • arg hinkin ument g •  attention to the quality of • ass ation conversation: how well are umpti agents listening to each other • ana ons and what kinds of contributions logica • ca u l thin do they make? sality king •  informal interaction mixed with • jux taposi stronger public claims • “ki tions •  many connections being made, nda r elated both formal and fuzzy ...” 11
    • Sensemaking: the search for plausible,narrative connections•  In their review of sensemaking, Klein, et al. conclude: •  “By sensemaking, modern researchers seem to mean something different from creativity, comprehension, curiosity, mental modeling, explanation, or situational awareness, although all these factors or phenomena can be involved in or related to sensemaking. Sensemaking is a motivated, continuous effort to understand connections (which can be among people, places, and events) in order to anticipate their trajectories and act effectively. […] A frame functions as a hypothesis about the connections among data.” 12
    • Contested Collective Intelligence conversations are critical to sensemaking there is no master worldview we need CI infrastructures to pool awareness of how people are reading small signals, and amplify important connectionsDe Liddo, A., Sándor, Á. and Buckingham Shum, S. (2012, In Press). Contested Collective Intelligence: 13Rationale, Technologies, and a Human-Machine Annotation Study. Computer Supported Cooperative Work.
    • Where our tools fit… Given a wealth ofdocuments… 14
    • Where our tools fit… Given a wealth ofdocuments, and tools to detect andrender potentially significant patterns… 15
    • Where our tools fit… Given a wealth ofdocuments, and tools to detect andrender potentially significant patterns… 16
    • Where our tools fit: making meaningfulconnections between informationelements… 17
    • Where our tools fit: making meaningfulconnections between interpretations interpretation interpretation interpretation interpretation 18
    • Where our tools fit: making meaningfulconnections between interpretations interpretation interpretation interpretation(a hunch – no grounding evidence yet) interpretation interpretation interpretation 19
    • Where our tools fit: making meaningfulconnections between information elements interpretation Is pre-requisite for interpretation interpretation(a hunch – no grounding evidence yet) causes predicts interpretation interpretation interpretation 20
    • Where our tools fit: making meaningfulconnections between information elements interpretation Is pre-requisite for prevents interpretation interpretation(a hunch – no grounding Is inconsistent with evidence yet) causes predicts challenges interpretation interpretation interpretation 21
    • Where our tools fit: building the storythat makes sense of the evidence… i.e.plausible arguments Question responds to motivates Answer Assumption supports challenges Supporting Challenging Argument… Argument… 22
    • Where our tools fit: building the storythat makes sense of the evidence… i.e.plausible arguments Question responds to motivates Answer Hunch supports challenges Supporting Challenging Argument… Argument… 23
    • Where our tools fit: building the storythat makes sense of the evidence… i.e.plausible arguments Question responds to motivates Answer Data supports challenges Supporting Challenging Argument… Argument… 24
    • OLnet  is     searching  out  the  http://www.flickr.com/photos/bartelomeus/4184705426/ evidence  for     effec4ve  OER,   and  building  an     Evidence  Hub     —  a  living    map     by,  of  and  for   the  OER  movement  —   and  those  we  need   to  impact  
    • We need to pool our Collective Intelligence 26
    • Evidence Hub 27
    • Evidence HubSpeeches Blogs Research Pubs. War St Learner Feedback Press Coverage Data Policies . 28
    • ? 29
    • Example: OER fragmentshttp://www.oer-europe.net 30
    • Example: OER fragmentshttp://bit.ly/qx5nWZ 31
    • Example: OER fragmentshttp://openbadges.org 32
    • Example: OER fragmentshttp://oro.open.ac.uk/28955 33
    • Example: OER fragmentshttp://solaresearch.org 34
    • Example: OER fragmentshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmTHEbUMPGg 35
    • Example: OER fragmentshttp://opencontent.org/blog/archives/2042 36
    • Example: OER fragmentshttp://oro.open.ac.uk/25829 37
    • How do they all join up?And how could they be joined to provide an advanced CI platform, e.g. Which approach has the strongest evidence? Who is making use of this report in policy lobbying? Who is working on this problem?Is there a connection between this technology and this challenge? Are these two organizations related? Which challenge is most contentious? Has this research ever been applied in practice? Has anyone evaluated this product? 38
    • Integrating the fragments -> narrative 39
    • Integrating the fragments -> narrative 40
    • Integrating the fragments -> narrative 41
    • Integrating the fragments -> narrative 42
    • Integrating the fragments -> narrative 43
    • Integrating the fragments -> narrative 44
    • Integrating the fragments -> narrative 45
    • Integrating the fragments -> narrative 46
    • ci.olnet.org 47
    • Collective Intelligence: Evidence Hubs•  A way for a reflective learning community to share who and where they are, what they are working on, and what they’re learning 48
    • Collective Intelligence: Evidence Hubs•  A way for a reflective learning community to share who and where they are, what they are working on, and what they’re learning 49
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    • An Educational Futures Evidence Hub? 57
    • Educational Futures fragments… 58
    • Educational Futures fragments… 59
    • Educational Futures fragments… 60
    • Educational Futures fragments… 61
    • Educational Futures fragments… 62
    • An Educational Futures Evidence Hub?e.g. CI for Interactive Whiteboards 63
    • An Educational Futures Evidence Hub?e.g. CI for Interactive Whiteboards <the literature> 64
    • An Educational Futures Evidence Hub?e.g. CI for Interactive Whiteboards <the literature> 65
    • An Educational Futures Evidence Hub?Cities have drastically reduced capacity to connecteducators to each other: new role for ICT 66
    • EduFutures EvHub as catalyst for building avirtual and f-f professional network acrosssectors Enterprise  Research   Prac4ce   EvHub     Policy   67
    • EduFutures EvHub as catalyst for building avirtual and f-f professional network acrosssectors Enterprise  Research   Prac4ce   EvHub     Teachers as action researchers with OU. Part of something bigger. Learning how to make Policy   claims evidence-based 68
    • EduFutures EvHub as catalyst for building avirtual and f-f professional network acrosssectors Enterprise  Research   Prac4ce   EvHub     Vendors have a neutral space for research discourse. Project sponsors. Learn how to improve products Policy   69
    • EduFutures EvHub as catalyst for building avirtual and f-f professional network acrosssectors Enterprise  Research   Prac4ce   EvHub     Researchers impacting practice, policy and products, and tracking that impact. Multi-way conversations. Research shaped Policy   by more than academic drivers. 70
    • EduFutures EvHub as catalyst for building avirtual and f-f professional network acrosssectors Enterprise   Policy analysts and decision- makers have a space to consult, new ways to track the evidence-Research   base, ways to find and access lead Prac4ce   EvHub     researchers and practitioners Policy   71
    • Hands-on exercises… 72
    • Write your own story… Enterprise  Research   Prac4ce   EvHub     Policy   73
    • Can you sketch your own version of this? ? ? ? 74