Karuta Hands-On Workshop
Karuta Incubation Project
Open Apereo 2014
June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 1
Workshop Outline
• Introductions
• The Karuta Team
• Workshop Participants
• Portfolios in Sakai Until Now
• Introducing K...
The Portfolio Tools in Sakai
•Interoperable tool suite.
•Flexible portfolio
workflows.
•Customized through user
interfaces...
Example of a Sakai Portfolio
Implementation
Wake Forest University
uses portfolios to assist pre-
health care students in
...
Matrix to Collect Evidence of
Learning
June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 5
Matrix to Collect Relevant
Experiences
June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 6
Rubric for Portfolio Feedback
June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 7
Portfolio Asking for University
Support
June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 8
The Sakai Portfolio Tools
(OSP)
Resources – A place to collect evidence of learning.
Portfolios – A tool to create showcas...
The Future of Portfolios in
Sakai
• The current Sakai portfolio is too complex,
requires coding, and puts too much load on...
June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 11
Introducing!
An Apereo Incubation Project
Karuta Goals
• Create a flexible, no coding required portfolio
application for LTI integration with Sakai and
other LMSs.
...
Karuta Participants
• HEC Montréal - Canada
• IUT-2 Grenoble - France
• Kyoto University - Japan
• Three Canoes LLC – USA
...
Karuta Pilots
• School of Education, University of Montréal
• Quebec Training Network in Perinatal Research (QTNPR) -
Univ...
Apereo Incubation Process
• Mentoring
• Licensing
• Trademark search
• Release management
• Community development
• Projec...
Release Timeline
• May 2014: Karuta 0.9 release
• June 1-4, 2014: Pre-Conference Workshop and
Sessions at Open Apereo
• Se...
Our Experience So Far
Karuta offers:
• Environments for design and production.
• Functionality modeled after OSP.
• Experi...
For More Information
• Attend:
• Portfolios for the Future of Sakai, Monday, 10 AM
• Karuta technical presentation Monday,...
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The introduction to a hands-on workshop teaching educators to design portfolio workflows using Karuta, a new open source portfolio software from HEC Montreal and a current incubation project under the Apereo Foundation.

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Karuta Hands-on Workshop Introduction - Open Apereo 2014

  1. 1. Karuta Hands-On Workshop Karuta Incubation Project Open Apereo 2014 June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 1
  2. 2. Workshop Outline • Introductions • The Karuta Team • Workshop Participants • Portfolios in Sakai Until Now • Introducing Kaurta • An Apereo Incubation Project • Hands-On Practice with Karuta • Advanced Features in Karuta • Your Questions and Concerns June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 2
  3. 3. The Portfolio Tools in Sakai •Interoperable tool suite. •Flexible portfolio workflows. •Customized through user interfaces and XML coding. •Create any type of portfolio. •Available in Sakai 10 but not in Sakai 11. June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 3 Assignments Matrices FormsGlossary Portfolio Templates Reports Resources Portfolios Also known as the Open Source Portfolio (OSP)
  4. 4. Example of a Sakai Portfolio Implementation Wake Forest University uses portfolios to assist pre- health care students in applying to medical school. Winner of the 2014 Sakai TWSIA Portfolio award. Components of the process include: • A matrix to collect evidence of learning • A second matrix to collect relevant experiences • A portfolio to combine the data from both matrices into a portfolio to ask for university support for the application. June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 4
  5. 5. Matrix to Collect Evidence of Learning June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 5
  6. 6. Matrix to Collect Relevant Experiences June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 6
  7. 7. Rubric for Portfolio Feedback June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 7
  8. 8. Portfolio Asking for University Support June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 8
  9. 9. The Sakai Portfolio Tools (OSP) Resources – A place to collect evidence of learning. Portfolios – A tool to create showcase portfolios for sharing. Matrices – A tool to assess learning. Assignments – Opportunities to demonstrate learning. Forms – A place to collect structured data. Glossary – Definitions for terms used in a matrix. Evaluations – A tool to assist faculty with assessment. Reports – Aggregations of data for assessment. June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 9
  10. 10. The Future of Portfolios in Sakai • The current Sakai portfolio is too complex, requires coding, and puts too much load on Sakai. • Portfolios will be in Sakai 10 but not Sakai 11. • The Sakai portfolio community spent several years identifying portfolio requirements. • LTI integration provides a path to the future. June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 10
  11. 11. June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 11 Introducing! An Apereo Incubation Project
  12. 12. Karuta Goals • Create a flexible, no coding required portfolio application for LTI integration with Sakai and other LMSs. • Create community around the continued use of portfolios in Sakai • Explore the use of LTI-2 to provide services between Karuta and Sakai. • Become a viable open source organization through the Apereo incubation process. June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 12
  13. 13. Karuta Participants • HEC Montréal - Canada • IUT-2 Grenoble - France • Kyoto University - Japan • Three Canoes LLC – USA • Your institution? June 1, 2014 13Open Apereo 2014
  14. 14. Karuta Pilots • School of Education, University of Montréal • Quebec Training Network in Perinatal Research (QTNPR) - University of Montréal • HEC Montréal affiliated with the University of Montréal • IUT-2 Grenoble (Institut Universitaire de technologie 2) • Graduate School of Advanced Integrative Studies in Human Survivability, Kyoto University • Inter-Graduate School Program for Sustainable Development and Survivable Societies, Kyoto University • Your institution? June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014 14
  15. 15. Apereo Incubation Process • Mentoring • Licensing • Trademark search • Release management • Community development • Project governance • Resources for code distribution, bug tracking, mailing lists, and a project website. Incubation does not guarantee quality code. This is a task for the Karuta open source community. June 1, 2014 15Open Apereo 2014
  16. 16. Release Timeline • May 2014: Karuta 0.9 release • June 1-4, 2014: Pre-Conference Workshop and Sessions at Open Apereo • September 2014: Projected Karuta 1.0 release • September 2014 – May 2015: Recommended time period for pilot implementations of Karuta 1.0 • May 2015: Projected Karuta 2.0 release June 1, 2014 16Open Apereo 2014
  17. 17. Our Experience So Far Karuta offers: • Environments for design and production. • Functionality modeled after OSP. • Experience with six pilot projects at three different institutions. • An assessment portfolio in development as a showcase and accreditation portfolio. • Use with mobile devices. • Available for piloting during 2014-15. 17June 1, 2014 Open Apereo 2014
  18. 18. For More Information • Attend: • Portfolios for the Future of Sakai, Monday, 10 AM • Karuta technical presentation Monday, 1 PM. • Portfolios in Sakai table at Showcase Reception, Tuesday, 5:30 PM • Contact: • Janice Smith, Karuta Incubation Project Lead, Three Canoes LLC, janice.smith@threecanoes.com • Jacques Raynauld, Karuta Functional/Technical Lead, HEC Montréal, jacques.raynauld@hec.ca June 1, 2014 18Open Apereo 2014

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