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Icalt2008 Cetis Final

Icalt2008 Cetis Final



Presentation about sharing learning designs @ ICALT 2008

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    • The JISC Design for Learning Experience: perspectives on creating, developing and sharing designs for learning Sheila MacNeill, Assistant Director, JISC CETIS
    • Overview
      • Starting at the end
      • Some reflections of sharing and creating from JISC Design for Learning Programme
      • Potential areas for future developments
    • JISC Design for Learing Programme
      • “ Designing for Learning (with a practitioner planning focus on e-Learning) explores the process of designing, planning, sequencing or orchestrating learning tasks which may include the use of e-Learning tools.”
      • http://www. jisc .ac. uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning_pedagogy . aspx
    • JISC Design for Learning Programme
      • 2 year programme
      • 14 projects in total (including support and evaluation)
      • Projects covered areas from conceptual modeling to implementation and evaluation
      • Wide range of outputs and technologies (blogs, wikis, podcasts, word-docs, LAMS etc)
      • http: //dfl . cetis .ac. uk/wiki/index . php/Main_Page - support project wiki
      Design Levels diagram,(developed by Helen Beetham)
    • How/can we share learning designs?
      • Support Project Task: “provide and support a common means of accessing and re-using learning designs and exemplars that emerge from the programme”
      • How ?
    • Solution
      • Simple - not building a learning design repository
      • Flexible and extensible
      • Exploiting social bookmarking and mash-up technologies
      • Integration with any number of other infrastructures (e.g. specialized repositories) which could store actual resources
      • Resources just needed an url reference
      • Linking bookmark store (del.icio.us ) to a community website (support wiki) which can render a newsfeed
    • In reality
      • http://dfl.cetis.ac.uk/wiki/index.php/Shared_Resources2
    • e-Framework SUM (service usage model)
    • Future developments
      • Further exploration of light weight integration solutions with other sites/systems e.g. OU Cloudworks (http://www.slideshare.net/grainne/lams-keynote)
      • Further tool development - ReCourse, widgets etc
      • More design bashes
      • Workflow
      • Develop confident communities which encourage tagging, folksonomy development and/or vocabularies
      • Investigate use of semantic technologies
      • Learning design is part of wider curriculum design process - more linkages with institutional systems & processes
    • Thanks and contact info
      • Programme wiki: http: //dfl . cetis .ac. uk/wiki/index .php/Main_Page
      • SUM article: http://blogs.cetis.ac.uk/wilbert/2007/10/10/the-e-framework-social-software-and-mashups/
      • eFramework:http://www.e-framework.org/
      • Email: s. [email_address] .ac.uk
      • Thanks to Lisa Corley, Wilbert Kraan, Helen Beetham