Introduction to the Future Social Learning Networks seminar (winter term 2010/11)
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  • 1. #fsln10_2 Future Social Learning Networks Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 2. Goals of the seminar Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 3. Goals of the seminar learning new things through practical application not through talking about it thinking outside the box interdisciplinary and intercultural cooperation coordination and communication across universities boundaries active examination of the seminar’s topics cobination of literature work, empirical studies, and development tasks have fun in what you’re doing Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 4. Organization Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 5. Collaboration structure collaboration between two German universities University of Paderborn Wolfgang Reinhardt, Prof. Johannes Magenheim University of Augsburg Nina Heinze support from the UK University of Salford Cristina Costa Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 6. Collaboration structure... each topic with 1 student from Paderborn and 2 students from Augsburg communication, collaboration, coordination mostly with Web 2.0 tools guardian from one university per topic each participant can select up to 4 topics in a hidden poll topic association based on best-match strategy (each topic chosen, good distribution of participants) Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 7. Misc constant documentation of your progress in a wiki http://fsln10two.pbworks.com final seminar paper of around 20 pages in LNI style http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs? SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0 constant feedbacks regular questionnaires social interaction protocols Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 8. Social Interaction protocol we want a holistic view on the social interaction in the seminar spot areas where we could offer more support find out HOW you collaborate enter EACH AND ANY interaction with fellow students / guardians in a form who, when, how long, what about, what tool, what mood, what art of interaction part of the analysis in one seminar topic Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 9. Grading Criteria Share in Grade attendance, engagement, contribution to the seminar 30% (social media, feedback, SI protocols included) seminar paper (constant creation, quality, collaborative 20% editing, ...) creativity, ambition, engagement in choice of methods, 20% goals, empirical part sound presentation of the seminar topic (using 15% collaborative technologies) Quality and creative realization of IT artefact 15%
  • 10. Dates Oct 15th: first meeting Oct 22nd: group forming and topic assignments Talk by Cristina Costa on Social Media in HE & Learning first & last week of Nov: focus meeting second week of Dec: focus meeting and presentation of prototype 21.01.2011: final seminar paper first week of Feb: two day compact course Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 11. Tools #fsln10_2 Social Bookmarking Audio meeting and chat Delicious Skype http://delicious.com http://skype.com Social Citation Coordination Mendeley Doodle http://mendeley.com http://doodle.com Microblogging Twitter Wiki software http://twitter.com PBworks Video meeting http://fsln10two.pbworks.com FlashMeeting http://fm.ea-tel.eu/ Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 12. Tools... create accounts in the mentioned services (if applicable) no need for real names as nickname real name in according fields please join the social handle archive for the seminar http://soharc.upb.de/join/fsln10_2/ Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 13. Topics of the seminar Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 14. Topics (1) Social Network Analysis in Doctoral Communities of Practice (2) Tools for Awareness in Distributed Research Networks (3) Towards a University 3.0 (4) Smart Devices for Ubiquitous Learning (5) Social Media Monitoring & Engagement Analysis in Learning Networks (6) Interactive Learning Resources (7) Tools for Open Collaborative Learning Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 15. Social Network Analysis in Doctoral Communities of Practice Goal investigate the dynamics and ties in Communities of Practice explore influence of physical meeting of strength of ties Empirical part analyze dynamic datasets from a real CoP, apply SNA techniques, track temporal changes Implementation part develop a tool to support the analysis of CoPs PHP, CSV handling, allow categorization of imports, export to Gephi Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 16. Tools for Awareness in Distributed Research Networks Goal identify existing problems in the identification of relevant publication material for (junior) support the awareness about the existing body of knowledge in a domain Empirical part analyze interviews with researchers in the domain of TEL Implementation part build a tool to analyze Open Access Journals, extract network structures, cliques of researchers, topic model overlays provide search for topic / researcher functionality Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 17. Towards a University 3.0 Goal envision the future of the university landscape, be creative relate to technical premises and science fiction novels/movies Empirical part analyze existing future visions interview visionaries & students and develop your own future scenario Implementation part sorry, none >> not applicable for Paderborn students Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 18. Smart Devices for Ubiquitous Learning Goal discuss the relevance of smart devices for ubiquitous learning develop use cases for the application in courses at the UPB/UNIA Empirical part analyze research reports and best practices interviews with university staff Implementation part develop an iPad application (using a framework like Sencha) that combines formal and informal learning materials for a given topic, location or course integrate OER, Twitter, RSS Feeds in a Flipboard-like way Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 19. Social Media Monitoring & Engagement Analysis in Learning Networks Goal explore factors for student engagement in open learning contexts discuss transferability of SMM techniques to the learning domain Empirical part interviews with university staff + questionnaire regarding usage of tools Implementation part develop an extensible tool that measures student’s engagement and participation in social media (daily, weekly, monthly aggregations) usage of open APIs, Gephi export, SNA metrics + SI protocols visualize dynamics in statistics and networks Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 20. Interactive Learning Resources Goal extend the approach of interactive PDFs from FSLN10 discuss learner types and suitability of interactive learning resources Empirical part interviews with students (learner type) and visions for usage of interactive PDFs Implementation part Flash (Flex) development to be embedded in PDFs communication PDF -- community solution (web services, PHP) track attention data from PDF usage Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 21. Tools for Open Collaborative Learning Goal explore the social media landscape in the TEL domain support the selection of appropriate tools for different learning situations compile classification schemes and ratings for tools Empirical part test the tool in the wild Implementation part develop and release a community tool that allows the categorization and rating of appropriateness of social media tools allow users to filter and select community-rated tools for their setting Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 22. Next steps Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 23. Next steps create accounts in Twitter, Delicious, PBworks, Mendeley, Skype join SOHARC edit the person page in PBworks select your four favorite topics http://bit.ly/fsln10_2_topics next week group forming talk on social media in HE by Cristina Costa Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 24. #fsln10_2 Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)
  • 25. Wolfgang Reinhardt University of Paderborn @wollepb Nina Heinze KMRC & University of Augsburg @sywot Thank you. Let’s do it Wolfgang Reinhardt, @wollepb, University of Paderborn (Germany) --- Nina Heinze, @sywot, University of Augsburg (Germany)