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Presentation given at Future Learning Landscape Workshop held at EC-TEL 2009. Presents some elements about the convergence of pervasive learning and Personal Learning Environments

Presentation given at Future Learning Landscape Workshop held at EC-TEL 2009. Presents some elements about the convergence of pervasive learning and Personal Learning Environments

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  • 1. Pervasive and Personal Learning Environment Yvan Peter – Université Lille 1
  • 2. Use case
    • Sally teaches architecture in Lille. She designs a pedagogical scenario to make her students gather information about relevant places and urbanism.
  • 3. Use case Isabelle Yann Activities are pushed to the learners personal services with description of the tasks to perform. A notification of the new activity is sent to the learners. Isabelle sees the notification in her instant messaging client. Yann who is not online receives a SMS. Yann goes to the library. Isabelle goes to the city centre. On the road she sets up a Wiki to gather information. Sally and Yann are notified.
  • 4. Use case
    • Isabelle goes to Euralille and takes a photo of a cultural spot. She also retrieves a more global view of the place. She uploads that to the Wiki and advise Yann to gather information on the place.
    • Yann finds that a group of citizens has already gathered information about the history of the place.
    • Sally which is notified posts a comment about a useful architectural reference…
  • 5. Relevant elements of scenario
    • Mixing institutional and personal environments
      • Teachers need to design the pedagogical setting
      • Learners may choose the services that support their learning activities
      • Information and events should flow easily between the institutional and personal services
  • 6. Relevant elements of scenario
    • Activities and events should be visible across services and contexts
      • Teachers need to monitor their students progress and to be able to help them.
      • Awareness of the others activities supports collaboration and coordination
  • 7. Relevant elements of scenario
    • Pervasive access to services and (localised) information
      • Enables the continuity of the activities across contexts
      • Supports situated activities
  • 8. Relevant elements of scenarios
    • The learning environment is no more restricted to teacher provided resources
      • Social networks, sharing facilities provide other sources
  • 9. How to support that
    • At a technical level
      • Open the institutional platforms
        • Provide Rest interfaces, use OpenID…
      • Use mashup technologies at the service and data level
        • Provide user oriented facilities to build the environment
      • Mashup activity traces and events to provide monitoring and awareness support
        • RSS, semantic web technologies
      • Use pervasive technologies
        • Interface level, location based services…
  • 10. How to support that
    • At an institutional / teacher level
      • A change of mind is necessary
        • What about the effort put in the LMS
        • Change of teacher role : facilitator
        • Lose of control upon learning
      • A change of pedagogy
        • Situated learning
        • Use of social networks…