Push & Pull DSpace integration with Moodle2:Integrating the NDLR with Moodle2   Catherine Bruen – NDLR Manager   Mark Meli...
Agenda•   BACKGROUND & RATIONALE•   What is DSpace?•   Why integrate Moodle with DSpace•   How do we integrate•   Next ste...
NDLR provides a medium through which to interact and  collaborate nationally in a community involved in the  teaching of y...
10 things you can do with the NDLR                   service1. Find and share learning resources for your teaching2. Get i...
If the mountain                               will not come to                               Muhammad, then               ...
“The Wisdom of Crowds” or Community                        Surowiecki, 2004 What holds them together is a common sense of ...
What is DSpace• OS institutional repository  – http://dspace.org• Manage cataloguing, workflow, access to  digital assets•...
Why integrate?• Disconnected experience• NDLR becomes more easily accessible• Increase sharing of assets
How NDLR is integrated• Moodle2 repository (NDLR  Moodle2)
How NDLR is Integrated• Moodleblock (Moodle2  NDLR)
Getting resources from NDLR in Moodle   Pushing resources to NDLR from               Moodle
Sligo IT Trial• We are currently trialingthe technology with  Sligo IT• Preliminary feedback is:     • Very useful     • V...
Integrating NDLR with your Moodle• NDLR will be announcing where to get it and  how to install on their webpage  – http://...
DSpace integration with Moodle2: Integrating the NDLR with Moodle2
DSpace integration with Moodle2: Integrating the NDLR with Moodle2
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This presentation outlines the integration of the NDLR DSpace (http://dspace.ndlr.ie) with Moodle. This integration allows instructors to easily push and pull resources between DSpace and Moodle.

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  • http://web2.wsj2.com/FC – possible now to self publish – consumer controlled / academic controlledWhy people can self publish / self archive
  • The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economies, Societies and Nations, published in 2004, is a book written by James Surowiecki
  • The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economies, Societies and Nations, published in 2004, is a book written by James Surowiecki
  • The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economies, Societies and Nations, published in 2004, is a book written by James Surowiecki
  • **ACTION** Decide on live demo or use Captivate videos.
  • **ACTION** We may need to put a little pressure on Sligo to come back to us with their feedback.
  • **ACTION** We need to decide where and how people will get the NDLR plugins.
  • DSpace integration with Moodle2: Integrating the NDLR with Moodle2

    1. 1. Push & Pull DSpace integration with Moodle2:Integrating the NDLR with Moodle2 Catherine Bruen – NDLR Manager Mark Melia – Enovation Solutions
    2. 2. Agenda• BACKGROUND & RATIONALE• What is DSpace?• Why integrate Moodle with DSpace• How do we integrate• Next steps - Sligo IT trial• How to integrate NDLR with your Moodle
    3. 3. NDLR provides a medium through which to interact and collaborate nationally in a community involved in the teaching of your subject area.• Can save you time by using or repurposing existing material• Is legal to use• Can be integrated into your own courses without significant effort• Is contextually relevant to Irish HE• Is developed by you or your peers in other institutions• The NDLR actively supports the dissemination of your research and teaching discipline through the repository but also through its training and events
    4. 4. 10 things you can do with the NDLR service1. Find and share learning resources for your teaching2. Get in touch with other academics in your subject area3. See what initiatives are taking place in Higher Education4. Present your teaching experiences and research to a national audience5. View the NDLR national funded digital resource projects6. Join a SMART Community of Practice7. Get support and help developing learning resources for your subject8. Find out about national events and training9. Know your rights – copyright and IP10.Funding opportunities and NDLR Publications
    5. 5. If the mountain will not come to Muhammad, then Muhammad must go to the mountain’ Francis Bacon, Essays, 1625Dion Hinchcliffe. Availableonline at: httpweb2.wsj2.com
    6. 6. “The Wisdom of Crowds” or Community Surowiecki, 2004 What holds them together is a common sense of purpose and a real need to know what each other knows” John Seely Brown“They are held together by a common interest in a body of knowledge and are driven by a desire and need to share problems, experiences, insights, templates, tools & best practice, community members deepen their knowledge by interacting on an ongoing basis” Hubert, Newhouse & Vestal (2001) “Knowledge is shared within the community based on relationships with others, rather than direct transactions therefore a primary purpose of CoPs is supporting knowledge flows between people” Van Winkelen, 2003
    7. 7. What is DSpace• OS institutional repository – http://dspace.org• Manage cataloguing, workflow, access to digital assets• NDLR use it to store reusable teaching and learning resources for universities and ITs – https://dspace.ndlr.ie
    8. 8. Why integrate?• Disconnected experience• NDLR becomes more easily accessible• Increase sharing of assets
    9. 9. How NDLR is integrated• Moodle2 repository (NDLR  Moodle2)
    10. 10. How NDLR is Integrated• Moodleblock (Moodle2  NDLR)
    11. 11. Getting resources from NDLR in Moodle Pushing resources to NDLR from Moodle
    12. 12. Sligo IT Trial• We are currently trialingthe technology with Sligo IT• Preliminary feedback is: • Very useful • Very easy • More metadata when displaying items
    13. 13. Integrating NDLR with your Moodle• NDLR will be announcing where to get it and how to install on their webpage – http://www.ndlr.ie• More info can also be sought by contacting NDLR – helpdesk@ndlr.ie• Similar venture? – mark.melia@enovation.ie

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