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    • MaharaE-PortfolioNetworking Platform as a Tool in RPL
      Timo Raatikainen Senior LecturereLearningSpecialistOnlineEduca Berlin 2010
      02/12/10
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      Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
    • Structure of the Presentation
      What RPL means
      Varioustypes of aspects to beevaluated
      Requirements for the RPL-platform
      Mahara
      How Maharaworks
      Students’ thoughtsand examples of Metropolia UAS Mahara-pilot, autumn 2010
      General thoughtsaboutMahara
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    • Recognizing PriorLearning (RPL)
      Learning does not always take place in the classroom: it also happens on the job, at home, and in the community. The recognition of prior learning is a reliable process that takes into consideration ALL learning by examining what a person knows and can do.  http://www.aeei.gov.sk.ca/rpl
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    • Education& EmploymentHistory
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      How to recognize?
    • Interests
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      How to recognize?
    • Certifications, Accreditations, Awards
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      How to recognize?
    • Books and Publications
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      How to recognize?
    • Skills
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      How to recognize?
    • Goals
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      How to recognize?
    • Where to Collect, Select & Share?
      Safety & ownership of data?
      Usability?
      Social networkingfunctionality?
      Flexiblecontrol of the visibility?
      Is everythinglost, if I quit?
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    • Mahara Te Reo Māori for ‘think’ or ‘thought’
    • Mahara
      New Zealand 2006
      Electronic portfolio, weblog, resume builder and social networking system
      Piloted at Helsinki Metropolia UAS since August 2010
      Over 300 usersuntilnow.
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    • The Main Pointof Mahara
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      http://demo.mahara.org/
    • Mahara to Collect, Select & Share
      Safeplatform, on its’ ownserver
      Open source, free of charge
      Usersowntheir data
      Social networkingfunctionality
      Differentviews for differentaudiences
      Exportation of data at anytime
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    • Mahara PLE & Moodle VLE
      Open sourceMahara PLE
      = user-centered
      = available at anytimeOpen sourceMoodle VLE
      = college-centered
      = availableduringcourses
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    • Mahara-MoodleIntegration(=Mahoodle)
      Nottestedduringpiloting at Metropolia UAS
      E.g. single-sign on between both systems
      E.g. users' profile information is ported across
      E.g. possible to submit Mahara Views to Moodle for assessment
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    • Moodle VLE, Mahara PLE & WWW
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    • How MaharaWorks
    • Entering
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    • Editing Profile
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    • SettingOptions
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    • Othersseeyourprofilepage
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      My Friends
      My Groups
      My Views
      Wall
      available
      only on the profilepage
    • My Resumé
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    • My Goals
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    • My Skills
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    • Editing the View
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    • Editing ViewAccess
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    • How OthersViewYourPage
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    • Groups
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      Userscancreatetheirowngroups for studying, interestsetc.
      Staffrightowners(e.g. teachers) cancreate course typegroups as well.
    • DifferentKindsof Groups
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      Join byentering (open groups).
      Join bysending a request.
      Join byaccepting an invitation.
      A group: the teachercanaddstudentsto the course.
    • Example: A Group of a Course
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    • Students’ thoughts and viewsMaharaMetropolia –piloting autumn 2010/at the Faculty of Culture and Creative Industries
    • Students’ Thoughts 1
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      ”Mahara wasquiteeasy to use, eventhough I haveneverusedFacebook and I didn’tknowwhat a blog is either”
      ”OurMahara-groupwashandy, becauseit made possible to returnassignmentssothatnotonly the teachercouldseeorcomment on them”
    • Students’ Thoughts 2
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      ”Idea of Mahara is fine, butitshouldhavebeenavailablealready at the beginning of my studies… I don’tbothermovingeverything into Mahara anylonger”
      ”I am a littlesuspiciousabout Mahara, because I don’tknowmuchaboutmoderncommunicationtechnologies”
    • Students’ Thoughts 3
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      ”If an employer is a modernone, it is possible to show a CV through Mahara”
      ”Moredifficult to usethanFacebook”
      ”Itwasgreat to get to knowMahara…Ibelievethat the use of itwillincrease in the future”
    • Students’ Thoughts 4
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      ”Mahara is reallyeasy to use and itcanbeused to producesimpleweb-pages”
      ”The look of Mahara is notespeciallyattractive and youcan’taffect the look of yourpagesverymuch”
      ”Editing the profilepageis veryflexible and youdon’thave to show anything to othersifyoudon’twant to”
    • Student’sProfilePage
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    • Student’sViews on Mahara
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    • Student’sViews on Mahara
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    • Student’sViews on Mahara
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    • Student’sViews on Mahara
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    • PresentThoughtsaboutPiloting
      Mahara is a greattool for educators and employers to get to know the person theyaredealing with.
      To reallyuseMahara as a tool in RPL, the studentsshouldbestronglyadvised to gather the material into Maharaduringtheirstudies.
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    • Thank you!timo.raatikainen@metropolia.fiwww.metropolia.fi/en