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This presentation discusses some key issues relevant to e-learning. Attention is given to issues such as new literacies, forms of e-learning, web 2.0, mobile learning, developing world.

This presentation discusses some key issues relevant to e-learning. Attention is given to issues such as new literacies, forms of e-learning, web 2.0, mobile learning, developing world.

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  • L’altra applicazione diretta discendente del web 1.0, gli RSS. Gli RSS (really simple syndication), basati su xml, sono forse l’elemento portante di tutti I contenuti del web che conosciamo come web 2.0 Podcast, blogs, social networks, social bookmarking, photosharing, videosharing… tutti I servizi web 2.0 hanno alla base la possibilita’ di ri-pubblicare I contenuti, tutti I contenuti, sotto forma di rss, in modo da poter essere sindacati, cioe’ richiamati e riutilizzati in altri modi ed in altri luoghi. Per capirci, e’ attraverso gli rss che siamo in grado di poter avere l’orario de treni che troviamo sul sito delle ferrovie dello stato sul nostro iPhone, senza che le ferrovie stesse abbiano dovuto produrre due volte lo stesso orario. Come vedremo poi, sono utilizzati principalmente dagli utenti diciamo evoluit del web, e quindi a maggior ragione dagli information professionals quali i bibliotecari sono, per costruire la propria rete di conoscenze. Mentre I software e gli strumenti che permettono di aggregare vari rss contengono funzioni web20, l’rss in quanto tale e’ strettamente unidirezionale. Per questo, come vedremo poi, il loro utilizzo nel mondo del web 20 vero e proprio sta avendo nuovi sviluppi nel campo dei social bookmarking.
  • Networking enables isolated individuals across our institution to connects based on similar interest. This opens opportunity for collaboration bit just in teaching and learning but also partnership in research.

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  • E-learning: Key Concepts and Issues Presentation for the YourSchoolLibrary Virtual Conference By Daniel Churchill The University of Hong Kong
  • Welcome! Dr. Daniel Churchill Room 116, Runme Shaw Building The University of Hong Kong Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong Email: [email_address] Web: http://www.learnactivity.com Tel: +852 28591141 Slide
  • What is E-learning? Source: Dave Cutler http://www.theispot.com/
  • Contexts for E-learning
    • E-learning as in distance learning
    • E-learning as in blended learning
    • E-learning as technology integration in a classroom
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  • Slide Institutional Leadership Perspectives Teachers’ Perspectives Students’ Perspectives E-learning Strategy Technology, network, facilities, home computers, skills, technical support Policies, curriculum, assessment, budget, training Mission, vision and core values Community expectations, parents, industry, NGOs Government, national infrastructure, global issues
  • Why e-learning?
    • Increase teacher effectiveness
    • Improve learning of subject matter content
    • Enable assessment for learning
    • Development of “new literacies”
    • Make learning more relevant for students
    • Empower research activities
    • Transformation of practices
    • Increase global/regional competitiveness
    • Create distance learning opportunities
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  • Some Important Transformations
    • Learning FROM to Learning WITH technology
    • Student-centered learning
    • Students as technology users
    • Changes in curriculum and assessment
    • Disruptive pedagogies – teacher changes
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  • Critical issues
    • Access to Internet – on-campus and at home, wireless network, mobile network
    • Access to Computers and Other Technologies
    • Learning Management System ( LMS )
    • Software – rise of free software, open sources, web-as-a-platform
    • Content and Institutional Repositories
    • Pedagogical design
    • Transformation management
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  • Access to Internet
    • On-campus and at home, wireless network, mobile network…
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  • Access to Internet Source: http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats3.htm Slide
  • Access to Internet Source: http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats3.htm Slide
  • Access to Computers Slide
  • Access to Computers Classmate PC from Intel http://www.classmatepc.com/ Free to be??? from http://www.asiatotal.net/
    • Asus Eee PC from http://eeepc.asus.com/en/
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  • Linutop from http://www.linutop.com/ Nova5000 from http://www.nova5000.com/ From http://www.ncomputing.com/ Slide
  • E-learning -- beyond just a computer Slide
  • System and Tools
    • E.g., Blackboard, WebCT
    • Open source – Moodle, Sakai
    • Emerging Web 2.0:
      • User control of information
      • Web as a point of presence
      • Web as a social environments
      • Web as a platform
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  • Web 2.0 Tools Environments
    • Blogs
    • Digital Storytelling
    • Sharing, Diggs, Recommendations, and Folksonomy
    • Wikis and Social Software
    • RSS Feeds
    • Podcasting
    • API for Mashups
    • Mobile Web 2.0
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  • Pedagogical Design
    • Content design for learning purposes
    • Activities and engagement
    • Support and on-line facilitation
    • Evaluation of learning and formative actions
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  • Content
    • Content is still critical for learning
    • Access to Internet provides access to huge amount of potentially useful information, tools and services amount
    • However, it also introduces challenges:
      • Selecting appropriate content
      • Determining whether information and sources are reliable and trustworthy,
      • Quality of presentation for learning
      • Predominant language of the Internet is English
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  • Learning Objects Slide
  • Expansion of the Internet Source: http://news.netcraft.com/archives/web_server_survey.html Slide
  • Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/will-lion/ Slide
  • New Skills for Teachers
    • Harvesting
    • Mashing
    • Design
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  • Harvesting
    • Identifying useful educational material for teaching and other resources (e.g., for own professional development)
    • Increased growth of new information on the Internet makes this process more complex
    • Skills in use of new tools to facilitate harvesting
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  • Mashing
    • Mixing and re-mixing existing resources and media to create new resources: e.g., in LMS, blogs, wiki, Youtube videos, Slideshare presentations, Voicethread , or social networking sites such as Facebook
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  • Demonstration of RISAL http://risal.cite.hku.hk Slide
  • Copyright in Digital Age
    • Traditional copyright?
    • Why is copyright important in the digital age?
    • Creative Commons
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  • Teachers as Designers
    • Design of learning content
    • Design of learning tasks
    • Design of learning environments
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  • Transformation Management
    • Professional development of teachers
    • Development of students for e-learning
    • Intervention beyond just organized training:
      • Communication letters,
      • Seminars and conference,
      • On-demand e-learning,
      • Education technology champions and communities of practice, reports on best practices,
      • Incentives, R&D grants
      • News feeds and podcasts, blogs and wikis,
      • Learning design templates, content and social repositories
    • Roles of a School Library? (e.g., Learn. Commons)
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  • Modified image from : http://www.cameraposition.com/archives/77 Slide