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Just4Me poster (ECTEL 2012)


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Póster presentado en el congreso ECTEL 2012 sobre el proyecto"Just-in-time and just-for-me: hacia la autogestión del aprendizaje en un entorno personal ubicuo" (

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Just4Me poster (ECTEL 2012)

  1. 1. Just4me:  func-onal  requirements  to  support  informal  self-­‐directed   learning  in  a  personal  ubiquitous  environment     By:  Ingrid  Noguera,  Iolanda  Garcia,  Begoña  Gros,  Xavier  Mas,  Teresa  Sancho.  eLearn  Center.  Universitat  Oberta  de  Catalunya       LITERATURE REVIEW Conn L FR AMEWORK: ectiv ism ORE TICA THE Concept:   PROJECT A`well,  G.  (2007)   Axes  of  analysis:       Fiedler,  S.,  Väljataga,  T.  (2011)   REVIEW s Professional     Dimensions  of  technology  use   tou Buchem,  I.,  A`well,  G.,  Torres,  R.  (2011)   development  and   (access  to  informa4on,  content   Klein,  S.,  Zimmermann,  V.  (2009).   Palmér,  M.,  Sire,  S.,  Bogdanov,  E.,  Gillet,  D.,   lifelong  learning   crea4on,  planning  and  self-­‐ contexts:     qui Wild,    F.  (2009)   management,  social  outreach,  and   Professional  and   lear Wilson,  S.,  Liber,  O.,  Beauvoir,  P.,  Milligan,  C.,   Hort  Digital,     corpora7ve  contexts:   communica4on  and  social   Johnson,  M.,  Sharples,  P.  (2006)   Ten  Competence   EPERe-­‐PORT  Project,   rela4onships).   Ubi Project,  Grapple   MATURE  Project  Services,   nin Project,       Pursued  uses  and  associated   Aristotele  project,  APOSDLE   Experiences:   MyPlan  Project.     func4onali4es  provided.   Project.   Ivanova,  M.,  Ivanova,  T.  (2010)   Goals Castañeda,  L.,  Soto,  J.  (2010)     Learning  context  (professional,   g Fournier,  H.,  Kop,  R.  (2010)     social  or  academic).         ng learning pathways) Severance,  C.,  Hardin,  J.,  Whyte,  A.  (2008)       Conceptualize  the  educa4onal  approach   of  the  environment.   Li Higher  educa7on  contexts:     JISC  CETIS  PLE  Project,   f Leicester  PLE  Project,  PLE   elo Project  at  University  of  South     Iden4fy  users’  needs  in  terms  of   Australia,  Responsive  Open   NEEDS ANALYSIS informa4on  management  and   ng Learning  Environments,     Web  2.0  tools  and  resources   PELICANS,  TU  GRAZ,  SAPO   Campus,  Proyecto  Dipro  2.0.   knowledge  produc4on.   Ques7onnaire  addressed  to   lea useful  to  learn     Strategies  for  organizing   medical  professionals  (N=26):     Determine  the  func4onal  and    Snowball  sampling  method   technological  requirements  of  the   rn informa4on   combined  with  open  access  in     Integra4on  of  different  tools/ social  networks.   environment.   ing services    Online  applica4on.     Preferred  features  to  allow    7  mul4ple-­‐choice  ques4ons.     connec4on  to  the  commonly   used  Internet  tools/ elf-structuri resources  and  to  support   learning.     Soc Interview  to  an   expert   ial l earn   and s ing es anning de vic ob ile M Student-centered learning   rning (self-pl lea ted ized d etween rec rios an formal elf -di ts uum b g scena conten S al and Contin learnin   inform lear faci litator nin g   PLE a s a le arn ing   Partners: