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Eqnet for lre_group_020910.ppt

  1. 1. Update on the eQnet project for the LRE Group Dr. Riina Vuorikari September 2, 2010 Brussels www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org
  2. 2. The eQnet consortium EUN plus 9 Ministries of Education – BMUKK (AT), – DGIDC (PT), – DZS (CZ), – INDIRE (IT), – ITC (LT), – KC (BE/NL), – MS SR (SK), – Skolverket (SE), – UDIR (NO) www.europeanschoolnet.org
  3. 3. About: eQNet aims 1. Collection of travel well resources (WP3) • 350 resources/ partner (Y1-90, Y2-120, Y3-140) 2. Validated Travel well criteria (WP2) • Select TW resources from existing collections – Help local and national repositories to select the “right” resources for the LRE – LRE to make the Travel well resources better found www.europeanschoolnet.org
  4. 4. About: eQnet timeline Y2 Action Y3 Action Y1 Planning ( Sept ‘11) ( Sept ‘12) ( Sept ‘10) • TW collection • TW collection • TW collection 1200 resources 1400 resources 900 resources • TW criteria v.2 • TW criteria v.3 • TW criteria v.1 • State of the art • State of the art • State of the art report report report • Eminent 2010 • Eminent 2011 • Internal quality assurance plan • Interim report • Internal quality (March 2011) assurance report www.europeanschoolnet.org
  5. 5. eQnet Methodology Validation by Quality assurance Conceptual work teachers (WP3) (WP6) (WP) • Y-1: conceptual • Teachers’ own • Internal quality model v.1 intuition “useful for assurance (D2.11) teachers in other procedure •Y-2: Testing the countries” “travel well” •Y-2: Testing the model v.1 “travel well” model •Y-3: Empirical •Y-3: Empirical validation validation www.europeanschoolnet.org
  6. 6. Happened so far: • eQnet kick-off in October 2009 – Website at: www.eqnet.eun.org – Setting up teachers’ network www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org
  7. 7. eQnet teachers network (9 countries+EUN) www.europeanschoolnet.org
  8. 8. Happened so far: • eQnet kick-off in October 2009 – Website at: www.eqnet.eun.org – Setting up teachers’ network • Project meeting in February 2010 – Organisation of work for teachers’ network on Klascement.eu and the LRE portal – Start of the travel well selection: 90 resources each partner in Y-1 www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org
  9. 9. Collections of « travel well » resources www.europeanschoolnet.org
  10. 10. Collections of « travel well » resources www.europeanschoolnet.org
  11. 11. Happened so far: • eQnet kick-off in October 2009 – Website at: www.eqnet.eun.org – Setting up teachers’ network • Project meeting in February 2010 – Organisation of work for teachers’ network on Klascement.eu and the LRE portal – Start of the travel well selection: 90 resources each partner in Y-1 • Conceptual model for Travel well criteria v.1 (D2.11) • Dissemination: – LRE Group in February 2010 – Scientix and Spice meeting in May 2010 www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org
  12. 12. Activities in 2010-2010 On data and standards (related to “working with facetted metadata): • eQnet presents in Se@m workshop (EC-TEL in Barcelona): “Following users’ digital traces to identify travel well resources (eQNet dataset)” • CEN/ISSS WS-LT Social data working group (voluntary member) Need for partners’ Workshops and dissemination: meeting? • Teachers’ workshop in Eminent (in Copenhagen) • Teachers’ workshop within eTwinning PDW (in Helsinki) Project work: • Mid-Term reporting in March 2011 • Travel well selection (each partner 120 resources) www.europeanschoolnet.org
  13. 13. Interested in trying it out? • www.eqnet.eun.org • Lreforschools.eun.org • www.Klascement.eu Thank you! www.europeanschoolnet.org
  14. 14. Where to find « travel well » attributes? 1. Creating resources 2. Easyness to find the (e.g. visual, easy translation, resource language independent,..) (e.g. metadata & searchability) 3. Selecting « travel well » 4. Actual use of resources resources (e.g. evidence that LO is used in (e.g. personal choice vs. based different contexts) on criteria) www.europeanschoolnet.org
  15. 15. Finding multilingual resources (2) www.europeanschoolnet.org
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  17. 17. This is what the end user sees www.europeanschoolnet.org
  18. 18. One part of the problem Discovering learning resources across language boundaries is challenging! Main problem: the resource & its metadata description are made in a different context from where the resource is discovered and/or actually used www.europeanschoolnet.org
  19. 19. The other part of the problem Learning resources from different countries and in different languages do not cross-reference via hyperlinks! www.europeanschoolnet.org
  20. 20. Easiness to find resources: can tags help? Add a rating Add a tag www.europeanschoolnet.org
  21. 21. Social tags make digital trails visible! www.europeanschoolnet.org by Stiphy
  22. 22. www.europeanschoolnet.org
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  24. 24. Stigmergy www.europeanschoolnet.org
  25. 25. Multiple ways to find resources www.europeanschoolnet.org
  26. 26. Tags create links between users in different countries (and languages) Resource that Austria «Travels well» Hungary Finland www.europeanschoolnet.org
  27. 27. Tags create links between content in different languages Slovakian resource Tag «interactive» Finnish resource Spanish resource www.europeanschoolnet.org

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