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Merging LMS and PLE

  1. 1. MergingLearning Management Systems and Personal LearningEnvironments<br />Miguel Ángel Conde (mconde@usal.es)<br />Francisco J. García (fgarcia@usal.es)<br />María J. Casany (mjcasany@lsi.upc.edu)<br />Marc Alier (marc.alier@upc.edu)<br />
  2. 2. Outline<br />Introduction<br />Integration tendencies<br />Integration approach<br />Conclusions<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  3. 3. Outline<br />Introduction<br />Integration tendencies<br />Integration approach<br />Conclusions<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  4. 4. Introduction (I)<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  5. 5. The tools used to learn must also evolve<br />VLE as a mean to support and make evolve subjects<br />100% of theuniversitieshaveanVLE<br />79,5% of thebigcompanies use thislearningtools<br />VLEdon’t provide the expected benefits<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />Introduction (II)<br />
  6. 6. Introduction (III)<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  7. 7. Introduction (IV)<br />PLE<br />Student-centered contexts that integrate any tool, service, content involved in eLearning process<br />Learning responsibility will be in the students<br />New tools can be included in the learning process and Lifelong learning will be taken into account<br />VLE can’t be discarded<br />Integration between the VLE and the PLE will be necessary<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  8. 8. Introduction (and V)<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  9. 9. Outline<br />Introduction<br />Integration tendencies<br />Integration approach<br />Conclusions<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  10. 10. Integrationtendencies (I)<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />Integrationisnotaneasytask<br />Dificultytoincludeinteroperabilitystandars<br />Theintegration of training activities in the PLE are difficult<br />Problems of traceability<br />Single sign-onimplementation<br />Security problems<br />
  11. 11. Integrationtendencies (and II)<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />3 posible scenarios<br />No integration<br />Opening the VLE<br />Web services and Interoperability specifications<br />Institutional problems to allow the openness<br />Communication use to be in one specific direction<br />Integration of external tools<br />Problems related to the integration of tools with other tools and contexts<br />The user has no freedom to decide what tools to use<br />There exist several initiatives starting from scratch<br />Second and third scenarios must be mergerd<br />
  12. 12. Outline<br />Introduction<br />Integration tendencies<br />Integration approach<br />Conclusions<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  13. 13. Integrationapproach (I)<br />Oursolutionisbasedon<br />Formal orinstitutionalenvironment = VLE = Moodle 2.0<br />Informal environment = PLE<br />Communicationways<br />Specificationintegration<br />What is a PLE for us<br />Non technological perspective<br />Learning environment focused on the user and customizable, which will combine all the tools, services, opinions, people, resources and activities that are useful in the learning process. This environment should take into account the different training modalities, facilitate lifelong learning and allow the integration of new technologies<br />Technologicalperspective<br />Integration framework that incorporates 2.0 technologies, supports interaction with other learning contexts, facilitates interoperability with other existing systems and provides monitoring systems for learner’s activity.<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  14. 14. IntegrationApproach (II)<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  15. 15. GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  16. 16. IntegrationApproach (V)<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  17. 17. IntegrationApproach (and VI)<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  18. 18. Outline<br />Introduction<br />Integration tendencies<br />Integration approach<br />Conclusions<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  19. 19. Conclusions<br />eLearning must evolve taking the student into account<br />Informal activity must be taken into account<br />PLE can solve this situation, but without replacing the VLE<br />Integration is needed<br />Different integration sceneries<br />Constraints established by the specification<br />Future work, extend the specification<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  20. 20. Acknoledgments<br />ThisworkispartiallysupportedbytheMinistry of Industry, Tourism and Trade of Spain (projectIST-020302-2009-35), theMinistry of Education and Scienceof Spain (project TIN2010-21 695-C02) theDepartmentof Educationof Junta de Castilla y León throughtheprojectGR47 and theUniversity of Salamanca ID11/014<br />GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca<br />
  21. 21. MergingLearning Management Systems and Personal LearningEnvironments<br />Miguel Ángel Conde (mconde@usal.es)<br />Francisco J. García (fgarcia@usal.es)<br />María J. Casany (mjcasany@lsi.upc.edu)<br />Marc Alier (marc.alier@upc.edu)<br />

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