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Concepts & Platform.E

  1. 1. GL3C hosted platform: overview 10-06-09 10-06-09 * = optie ** = zie hieronder: Encrypted mail functie * Home /course/project, news, navigation, postbox, search, glossary, polls, links, chat, assignments, users, forums, access to workplaces / groups, tests, statistics, content management, administration Mijn home page Browse, preferences, profile, navigation, calender… Registerd users Learning & Project environment 17 functions ** Virtual meeting * Workplaces Calender, Blogs Communities, SIG’s Library, Folders, Communication WIKI ePortfolio eCommerce* visitors Authoring tool* Reports Access to external content *
  2. 2. Terminology <ul><li>In the application you will find buttons and messages with the words learner, instructor, course, course / project, alumni, student, coach. </li></ul><ul><li>The application is modified in a way that you can manage projects, work-groups, documents, departments, and more. Some of our clients are using the platform just like a digital collaborative workplace. </li></ul><ul><li>Therefore, be aware that a name may have different meanings. </li></ul><ul><li>Course / Project / unit / department / organization / document file: source for information / domain or entity </li></ul><ul><li>Learner / user / member / student / subject matter expert </li></ul><ul><li>Instructor / manager / administrator / (team)leader / project manager / coach / moderator / mentor / counselor / teacher / content owner </li></ul>10-06-09
  3. 3. Some Characteristics of the GLC suite <ul><li>The LMS is organized around the teacher / project leader / content owner who is self-supporting </li></ul><ul><li>Therefore: no much effort from a super administrator </li></ul><ul><li>The content owner maintains the home page of the course/project/unit </li></ul><ul><li>The content owner can add new users and link them to the right domain </li></ul><ul><li>The content owner can maintain his/her content and add or remove content </li></ul><ul><li>The content owner can give rights to specific users, creating assistants </li></ul><ul><li>The content owner tunes the functionality (fit for purpose) </li></ul><ul><li>Reports for who is doing what are available. Same for statistics </li></ul><ul><li>Many ways to communicate, using the system or using mail. You can always see who is on-line. You can leave messages to individuals or groups. Look into profiles. </li></ul><ul><li>In the Groups / Portfolio’s there is always an owner / administrator who can manage access and can give privileges. (No one else, even not the super-admin. can look into the groups or personnel portfolio’s without being invited) </li></ul><ul><li>Many automated notifications are available </li></ul><ul><li>Library with Blog function and version management </li></ul><ul><li>The platform is scalable and secure and easy to enhance with additional functions </li></ul>10-06-09
  4. 4. GLC suite Log-In screen 10-06-09
  5. 5. Personnel Home-page 10-06-09
  6. 6. Remarks at the two screens before 10-06-09 All features can be enabled or disabled, as shown at the left side, ad Super-Administrator (SA) level The text at the log-on screen is managed by the SA At this screen you can see that the overhead from SA ’ s is low. Users and Courses / Projects are managed by the owners. They are self-supporting to tune the functionality on what they need. The SA can make corrections. You can create SA ’ s with limited rights The overall skin / interface is managed at SA level At the next slides we show how you may organize the functionality to support your organization / units / projects / users and learner-groups
  7. 7. Organisational model 1A 10-06-09 = Home-page = Workgroups, SIG ’ s, Peer-groups, Project teams, Portfolio ’ s Unit/ project Unit/ project Unit/ project Unit/ project Unit/ project Org./ project Org./ Inst. Top-Kring Kring-A Kring-B Kring-C Top-Kring Kring-A Kring-B Kring-C
  8. 8. Organisational model 1B 10-06-09 Workgroup(s) = Home-page = Workgroups, SIG’s, Peer-groups, Project teams, Portfolio’s Workgroup(s) Workgroup(s) Workgroup(s) Workgroup(s) Workgroup(s) Unit/ project Unit/ project Unit/ project Unit/ project Org. project Org. Inst.
  9. 9. Solution Internally and Externally 10-06-09 Workgroup(s) Workgroup(s) Workgroup(s) Client Home-pages for clients Werkgroep(en) Werkgroep(en) Werkgroep(en) Werkgroep(en) Werkgroep(en) Workgroup(s) Unit/ project Unit/ project Unit/ project U nit/ project Org. project Org./ Inst.