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Sverd Höstkonferens Innovation , kreativitet och e-lärande Stockholm 2009

Sverd Höstkonferens Innovation , kreativitet och e-lärande Stockholm 2009

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    • 1. National cooperation model for e-learning Estonian e-Learning Development Centre Jüri Lõssenko October 07, 2009
    • 2. Tiger Leap Foundation 1997-2000
      • Initiated 21.02.1996
      • Foundation formed in 1997
      • 14 000 000 USD
      • IT infrastructure and broadband
      • Basic computer skills
    • 3. Tiger Leap Foundation 2001-2005
      • Continuous teacher training
      • Development of infrastructure
      • Networking
      • Support of small-scale projects at school level
    • 4. Situation in 2006
      • Basic and secondary education:
        • 10900 teachers have received basic computer training, 2600 enhanced training (out of 17000)
        • 172 individual projects supported at school level
        • 1 computer per 15-20 pupils
        • 100% of schools have access to broadband
    • 5. E-learning until 2003
      • Uncorrelated projects,
        • At random platforms
        • Often not integrated into regular curricul a
        • Often ending upon end of cooperation grant s
      • Mostly motivated by teachers ’ personal interest and curiosity
        • not motivated by institutional policy
      • Overall usage of e -l earning (with compulsory elements in web) is small
      • There were no governmental e-learning initiatives in Estonia
    • 6. ICT usage levels
      • Presence of IT infrastructure and basic services
      • Broad pedagogical use of ICT
      • Infrastructure is a premise
        • strategic choices of the institutions are most essential
      • Use of ICT for strategic development of the educational institutions
    • 7.
      • Estonian e-University consortium
        • 21.02.2003
        • 7+2
        • Ca 59 000 students (95%)
      • Estonian e-Vet consortium
        • 16.02.2005
        • 26+9+2
        • Ca 29 000 students (68%)
    • 8.
    • 9. Photograph by Johhannes Pääsuke ( 1912 ) Copyright Estonian National Museum
    • 10.
      • … both a re consortium type cooperation bod ies between a) Estonian universities and b) vocational school s and applied universities for implementing e-Learning
      • Initial creation of both consortia were bottom-up processes (from teaching staff level)
      • Funded by the state, EU and (to lesser extent) institutional level
    • 11.
      • … do not guide strategic use of ICT
        • Institutions are too big and autonomous
        • However , changes of organisational logic and business models come to HEE due to changes in society, incl. g lobalisation effects
      • … does support capacity building to be ready to implement full range of ICT strategic possibilities
        • Mostly that means orientation to the teaching staff level
        • No implication to educational approaches (instructional vs. constructivist)
        • No implication whether using full or mixed mode e-learning
    • 12. Framework benefits
      • Cooperation in developing and popularising e-learning in Estonia
      • Common portal for e-learning (course database and LOR, support materials for students, teachers and tutors)
      • Common VLE(s)
      • Cooperation in international projects
      • Cooperation in promoting regional study opportunities
    • 13. Framework benefits
      • Promotes quality of education and lifelong learning
        • best courses accessible to everybody,
        • more opportunities for interdisciplinary programmes
      • Wider, more flexible and better-quality learning opportunities for students
        • clear and more open system for exchanging studies
    • 14. Framework benefits
      • Better information about learning opportunities
        • common database and search engine for e-courses
      • More reasonable use of resources
        • common investments to environment, portal, technical support
        • time of students and teachers
        • central investment to e- course development
      • Supports regional development
        • with the help of regional study centres
    • 15. Framework benefits
      • Gives better chances for cooperation and competition
        • One partner for enterprises (single gate to e-learning)
        • easier and coordinated cooperation in international projects and organisations
        • better opportunity to participate in “global educational market”
    • 16. Financing in 2008
      • ESF and EC funding - 79 %
      • Government funding - 17 %
      • Annual consorti a membership fee s - 4 %
    • 17. Staff training and support
      • 3-level training programme
        • Basic (3 courses)
        • Intermediate (17 courses)
        • Advanced (4 courses)
      • Competences of educational technology
      • Educational technologists and e-learning support staff
    • 18. Teachers trained
    • 19. E-learning content development
      • Coordination and financial support
      • Mostly blended courses to supplement face to face sessions
      • Multimedia centres
      • Materials detached from the courses and available in LOR
    • 20. E-courses
    • 21. E-students
    • 22.
      • Quality
        • E-learning quality label
        • Manual for quality e-course development
      • Internationalisation
        • EDEN, EADTU, EFQUEL, EIfEL, CC
        • EC projects
    • 23. Infrastructure
      • Virtual learning environments
        • Blackboard Vista
        • Moodle
        • IVA
      • Integration of systems
        • LOR and course database
        • Integration between VLEs and SISs
        • Multipoint videoconferencing and recording
    • 24.  
    • 25. Promotion
      • Thematic networks
      • Seminars and conferences
      • E-learning newsletter
    • 26. Thank you!
      • http://www.e-ope.ee
      • http://www.tiigrihype.ee
      • [email_address]