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CHiLO Book : One-on-one Approach for Open Online Courses

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One-on-One Approach for Open Online Courses Focusing on Large-Scale Online Courses
Hori, M., Ono, S., Yamaji, K., Kobayashi, S.
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computer Supported Education 5/2013

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CHiLO Book : One-on-one Approach for Open Online Courses

  1. 1. CHiLO Book : One-on-one Approach for Open Online Courses MASUMI HORI1, SEISHI ONO2, KAZUTSUNA YAMAJI3, SHINZO KOBAYASHI4 1. Tezukayama University, 2. NPO CCC-TIES 3. National Institute of Informatics,4. SmileNC & co., Japan
  2. 2. Today’s Outline 1. One-on-One Approach on LSOC 2. One-on-One Approach Utilizing Tablet PC and E-Book 3. Outline of Our CHiLO Book 4. Conclusion
  3. 3. One-on-One Approach on LSOC Large Scale Open Online Course(LSOC) » Mass customization » Personalized marketing » LSOC requires one-on-one approach
  4. 4. Worldwide Market Forecast From NPD DisplaySearch : Quarterly Mobile PC Shipment and Forecast Report on January, 2013
  5. 5. Device and the Structure of Online Courses Suitable PC Tablet PC Access Sluggish Ubiquitous Window Multiple Single Operation Simultaneous Step by Step Flexibility High Low Section 1 Lecture Video Test Assignment Test Lecture Note Lecture Video Section 3 Lecture Slide Peer Grade Assignment Assignment Lecture Slide Lecture Video Start End Section 2 Section 4 Tree Structure Section 1 Lecture Video Test Assignment TestLecture Video Lecture Note Section 3 Lecture Slide Peer Grade Assignment Assignment Lecture Slide Lecture Video Section 2 Section 4 Course Fishbone Structure Suitable
  6. 6. Section 1 Lecture video Test Assignment Test Live Meeting Lecture Note Section 3 Lecture Slide Peer Grade Assignment Assignment Forum Lecture Video Start End Section 2 Section 4 Fishbone Structure of Online Course The Most Suitable Form for Fishbone Web-based e-Book Flexibility High Low Internet Necessary Option Structure Hyper Text Story Line Start-end N/A Exist
  7. 7. Four Domains of Higher Education Our Focus Large Small Scale of Students Generalize Personalize LMS /WWW MOOC Open University Teacher & School Traditional School Textbook & e-Resources Flipped Classroom Instrument Service Our Target Tablet & e-Book One-on -one WWW NovoED
  8. 8. Our CHiLO BOOK Solutions  Creative Higher education Learning Online course(CHiLO) BOOK » Not just e-book any more • Video function • social networking service • Academic access management federation (DFN-AAI/GakuNin) » Social media portal Internet
  9. 9. Component of the CHiLO Book Platform Tablet/Smartphone & PC CHiLO Book Discovery of Resources Learning CHiLO Book Platform Learning Process Book Catalogue Outcome Book List Local Widgets Open Web Services CHiLO Books Database Resources Applications Devices E-Book ID Federation HTML Widgets CHiLO Portfolio Bookshelf ReputationHistory of learning Community Courses Classroom
  10. 10. Outline of the Mechanisms of CHiLO Book CHiLO Book CHiLO Portfolio 10 Classroom Reputation CHiLOBookCatalogue
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  12. 12. The Realization of One-on-one Approach in Large Scale Learners become ‘Educational Connoisseur’ based on their acquired new knowledge. • One-on-one approach in a small group or classroom. • Integration of information according to their learners’ level. • Educational Connoisseur’s reputation is their outcomes. CHiLO Book demonstrates great potential as the Center Core for the Learning Communities Learner Connoisseur Connoisseur Connoisseur Learner Learner Service Provider (SP) ID Provider (IdP)
  13. 13. Issues and Outlook for the Future  Issues » Quality assurance of CHiLO Book and ‘Educational Connoisseur’  Outlook » Improvement of CHiLO Book by ‘Educational Connoisseur’ » Competition of ‘Educational Connoisseur’ by reputation of learners » Motivation of ‘Educational Connoisseur’ • Respect from peers • Contributions to the learning community
  14. 14. Thank you

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