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EEE: The UVA view

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  • 1. The “3” Workshop: S21-The UVA view of EEE UNIVERSITY OF VALLADOLID GSIC/EMIC group Yannis Dimitriadis Sofocles/Learn3/EEE WS Valladolid, November 15, 2011
  • 2. UVA focus -1
    • Understand and implement (pattern-based) orchestration in multiple spaces
    • Focus in educational scenarios carried out in a web based VLE, with the following issues:
      • 1a. Orchestration of the activity flow.
      • 1b. Orchestration of the data flow.
      • 1c. Need for adaptability of the orchestration.
    • And technological support for third party tools in popular VLEs
    15/11/11 Yannis Dimitriadis
  • 3. Orchestration: One view 15/11/11 Yannis Dimitriadis
  • 4. UVA focus-2
    • How to “link” the multiple spaces
    • Provide technological support to transfer activity state, data and interaction information between an VLE and 3D worlds or augmented reality spaces.
    • Analyze the role of Linked Data
    • Formalize mirroring and transition of activities and data intra and inter-space
    • Provide support to teachers and learners
    15/11/11 Yannis Dimitriadis
  • 5. UVA focus-3
    • Understand and support regulation and evaluation in the 3 spaces
    • Monitor and assess the learning activities across spaces, in a scalable way within orchestration
    • Respond to new challenges for evaluation of ubiquitous learning
    • Define a set of significant scenarios and the common denominators.
    • Use participatory design and go through all elements of orchestration on authentic settings
    15/11/11 Yannis Dimitriadis

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