Design ChallengesSheila MacNeill/ Peter Chatterton, 29 May 2012
High level issues:• Workflows and integration of tools/process,• How do things/systems/process (both f2f and online) fit together?• How can we promote use of existing methods/tools within the community?• How do you use “stuff” in the Design Studio?• How can the LDSE help to integrate systems and content?
Example workflow• "starting from some initial face to face activities such as the workshops being so successfully developed by the Viewpoints project or the Accreditation! game from the SRC project at MMU, or the various OULDI activities, what would be the next step? Could you then transform the mostly paper based information into a set of learning outcomes using the Co-genT tool? Could the file produced there then be imported into a learning design tool such as LAMS or LDSE or Compendium LD? And/ or could the file be imported to the MUSKET tool and transformed into XCRI CAP - which could then be used for marketing purposes? Can the finished design then be imported into a or a course database and/or a runtime environment such as a VLE or LAMS? "
Example workflows• Carpe Diem and OER• LDSE Pattern – LAMS – LAMS Community – Cloudworks
Gap between design and practice• What are barriers that prevent academics using design tools?
Challenges• Create a course course development featuring various tools/process developed in JISC programmes and beyond• Take a resource from the design studio and create/integrate a process/resource/workflow• Use the LDSE tools to create/adapt a pedagogical pattern for an OER• Any thing else you want to try
Links/ resources• Design Challenges http://bit.ly/MVXl2K• http://bit.ly/KWvjpM (who, what, why, where, when of design tools• Design Studio http://bit.ly/nd8b1Y• Design Bash Summary http://bit.ly/nd8b1Y• LDSE https://sites.google.com/a/lkl.ac.uk/ldse/
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