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Construction and Evaluation of a Blended Learning Platform for Higher Education

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  • 1. Construction and Evaluation of a Blended Learning Platform for Higher Education
    Lisa Beutelspacher,
    Wolfgang G. Stock
    Department of Information Science
    Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany
  • 2. Content
    Learning with Electronic Resources
    Didactic Theories
    The Learning Platform „InfoCenter“
    Evaluation
    Further Work
    2
  • 3. Learning with electronic resources
  • 4. E-Learning
    • Advantages
    Usingmultimediacontent
    Time andplaceindependence
    Self-pacedlearning
    Easy update ofcontent
    • Disadvantages
    Lack ofsocialinteraction
    Somecontent not suitableforvirtualpresentation
    4
  • 5. Blended Learning
    Blended
    Learning
    Traditional Learning
    E-Learning
    5
  • 6. Didactic Theories
  • 7. Behaviorism
    The Theory
    Conditioning leads to designated reflex
    Learning through reward (and punishment)
    Implementation
    Mediating and testing factual information
    Direct feedback
    Reward system
    7
  • 8. Cognitivism
    The Theory
    Learner is an individual
    Comprehensive problem-solving ability
    Implementation
    Encourage capacity to develop solution strategies
    Learners need to choose their own learning path
    8
  • 9. Constructivism
    The Theory
    Learning is an individual process
    Learning is most effectively in groups
    Learning must take place in authentic situations
    Implementation
    Supporting group learning
    Content must be presented from different perspectives
    Teacher encourages individual learning processes (not control them!)
    9
  • 10. The InfoCenter
  • 11. InfoCenter
    Blended learning platform for higher education
    Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany; Dept. of Information Science
    Subject: Information Science
    Information retrieval
    Knowledge representation
    11
  • 12. InfoCenter - Content
    12
  • 13. Multimedia Mediation
    Behaviorism
    Lecture Slides
    13
  • 14. Multimedia Mediation
    Behaviorism +
    Cognitivism
    Interactive Video Lectures
    14
  • 15. Multimedia Mediation
    Behaviorism +
    Constructivism
    Video Glossaries
    15
  • 16. Web 2.0 Tools
    Constructivism
    Wiki
    16
  • 17. Web 2.0 Tools
    Constructivism
    Weblog
    17
  • 18. Web 2.0 Tools
    Cognitivism
    Social Bookmarking
    18
  • 19. Web 2.0 Tools
    Constructivism
    Social Networking
    19
  • 20. Learning Management System
    Behaviorism
    Learning Units
    20
  • 21. Learning Management System
    Behaviorism
    Tests
    21
  • 22. Evaluation
  • 23. Evaluation
    SERVQUAL
    23
  • 24. Evaluation
    High acceptance
    Interactive Video Lectures
    Tests
    Loweracceptance
    Wiki
    SocialBookmarking
    Social Networking


    24
  • 25. Evaluation
    Possible reasons for the low acceptance of Social Media
    Uncertainty about how to integrate Social Media in the learning process
    Additional Effort for Students
    Students are used to classroom teaching
    25
  • 26. Further work
  • 27. Further work
    Integrate more lectures and seminars
    Better combination of the different media
    Find out how to motivate students to use Social Media for learning
    Implement mobile learning
    27
  • 28. ThankyouverymuchforyourattentionContact:lisa.beutelspacher@uni-duesseldorf.destock@phil.hhu.de

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