Technology Enhanced Learning (2011)

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E-Learning 2.0 and recent trends in Technology Enhanced Learning 2011

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  • 1. Dr Wolfgang Greller
    Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies
    Open Universiteit Nederland
    Hagenberg, 16 Juni 2011
    E-Learning in Learning, Teaching, Work and Knowledge Processes:
    Potential and Challenges
  • 2. Profile
    • Associate Professor
    • 3. Researcher
    • 4. Project Manager
    • 5. EU Evaluator
    • 6. E-Learning Manager
    • 7. Flexible Networker
    • 8. Lifelong Learner
  • CELSTEC
    • Learning & Cognition
    • 9. Learning Networks
    • 10. Learning Media
    Research, Development, Innovation in
    Technology Enhanced Learning
  • 11. Centralised
    Focus on institution
    Platform(VLE/LMS)
    Traditional curriculum
    Classes & cohorts
    Online lecture notes
    Content
    Learning objects
    Consumption
    Instructor
    Certification
    Industrialisation
    Scalability
    Outreach, equal opportunities
    Shift in e-Learning
    Decentralised
    Learner-focussed
    PLE
    Open lifelong learning
    Open Learning Networks
    Adaptive Environments
    Process
    Pedagogic design (LD)
    Creation
    Mentor, Moderator, Orchestrator
    Competences
    Individualisation
    Personalisation
    Context (Work, Play, Leisure)
  • 12. Knowledge Acquisition
    create, form, share
    participate
    reflekt
    evidence
    consume
    transfer
    transmit
    certify
    socialise
    connect
    create (together)
    collaborate
    recognise
    Process
    Content
    Socio-constructivism
    Behaviorism
    Instructivism
    Constructivism
    Connectivism
    Cognitivism
  • 13. Advantages
    Short Head:
    Traditional Teaching
    Masseducation
    e-Learning 1.0
    Flexibility
    Breaks down time- & location barriers
    Extends existing course structures
    Continuous Learning: LLL, professional development, situated learning, micro learning, learning networks
    New Business Models
    Long Tail:
    Learning niches
    e-Learning 2.0
    Lifelong Learning
    C. Anderson 2004
  • 14. Evolution of Systems
    Learning
    Contextual
    Intelligent
    Personal
    E-Learning 2.0
    Integrated
    Connected
    Collaborative
    Social/Communicative
    Dynamic
    Databases/RSS
    Systems
    E-Learning 1.0
    Interactive
    Multimedia
    Static
    HTML- or Text
  • 15. LLL: Work Situation
    • Jobs increasingly mobile
    • 16. Hours increasingly flexible
    • 17. Times in one job become shorter
    • 18. Face-to-face training and one-fits-all courses loose importance
    Learning for the job Learning is the job
  • 19. Challenges
    • Learners: Learning to learn, live with change, reflection
    • 20. Teachers: Role change, orchestration
    • 21. Institutions: Openness, quality assurance
    • 22. Corporate Learning: Change management, cultural change,learning organisation
    Open Questions:
    Pedagogic efficiency: Blended Learning, orchestration, evidence
    New key competences: e.g. reflection, interpretation, evaluation
    New ethics, privacy/law/identity/ownership
    Educational, access & technology standards: e.g. IMS LD, Open Data
  • 23. Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)
    Themes over the last 5 years:
    Competence development
    Learning networks
    Creativity, critical thinking
    Mobile learning - ubiquity
    Game mechanics
    Mash-up PLEs
    Innovation management
    Integrated system architectures
    Recommender systems
    Context-aware systems
    Learning & Knowledge Analytics
    Language Technologies
    Open Practice
    e-Portfolios
  • 24. Learning Networks
    Learning Networks:
    “A Learning Network is a technology supported community of people who are helping each other to better understand and handle certain events and concepts in work or life” (Sloep, 2009)
    Problem oriented or theme oriented
    • Problem solution (ad hoc)
    • 25. Extension of existing learning structures
    • 26. Professional development
    • 27. Career and employability
    • Exchange of knowledge and experiences with stakeholders
    • 28. collective knowledge creation across entire sector
    • 29. Catalyst for change
    • 30. Meets flexible learning needs of sectors
    Learning Networks
  • 31. Sample Case: Libraries Limburg
    Limburg’s public libraries in the Netherlands have to reinvent their role in society and need to retrain their staff to meet these needs. For their employees they create a learning network to restructure and innovate collaboratively their services and to update the competences of staff for the digital age.
  • 32. Learning & Knowledge Analytics
    Knowledge Society
    Knowledge Workers
    (Horizon 2011)
    Making use of abundant data :
    Linked Data
    Knowledge
    Information
    Data
    T. Berners-Lee 2009
  • 33. Learning & Knowledge Analytics
    • New insights from data
    • 34. Make invisibles visible
    • 35. Recommender systems & Personalisation
    • 36. Drop-out warnings
    But!
  • Learning & Knowledge Analytics
    Design Framework:
    Competences
    Constraints
    Critical thinking
    Interpre-tation
    Privacy
    Ethics
    Institutions
    EDM
    Method
    Stakeholders
    Teachers
    Learning Analytics
    Machine Learning
    Learners
    Statistical Analysis
    Parents
    Open
    Protected
    Reflection
    Prediction
    Goals
    Data
    W. Greller 2011
  • 40. Mobile Learning
    • Ubiquitous access to learning, e.g. e-books, content
    • 41. Contextualisation
    • 42. Authentic learning, localised learning
    • 43. Sensors, Channels, AR
    • 44. Reflection amplifiers: in situ reflection
    • 45. Microlearning
  • Language Technologies
    NLP, LSA, Sentiment Analyse, SNA, ML
    • Analysis of learner artefacts
    • 46. Conceptual understanding in semantic space
    • 47. Detection of concept gaps
    • 48. Positioning
    • 49. Discourse analysis
    • 50. Student engagement
    CONSPECT
    PolyCafe
    Conceptograms
    Polyphonic Chat/Forum Analysis
  • 51. Openness
    New Openness concepts:
    • Open Educational Resources (tangible/intangible)
    • 52. Open Practice (open processes)
    • 53. Open (Peer) Assessment
    • 54. Open Innovation
    • 55. Open Data
  • FP7 Call8
    Objective 8.1 Technology-Enhanced Learning
    Technology-enhanced systems endowed with capabilities of human tutors
    Educational technologies for Science, Technology and Maths
    Advanced solutions for fast and flexible deployment of learning opportunities at the workplace
    Computational tools fostering creativity in learning processes
    Exploratory activities for fundamentally new forms of learning through ICT