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Ods presentation at the Global Excursion project meeting

  1. 1. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Global-Excursion Event Brussels, 14 – 16 February 2014 1Global-Excursion event A socially-powered and multilingual open learning infrastructure to boost the adoption of eLearning Enayat Rajabi University of Alcala Alcala de Henares, Spain Enayat.rajabi@uah.es  ICTPSP 2011, 5th call  PilotType B  Objective: 2.4 eLearning  Duration: 1/4/2012 – 31/3/2015  Budget : ~15,3 million Euro  51 partners from 23 countries
  2. 2. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 e-Learning Futures 23/11/2014Global-Excursion event The future is… mobile and ubiquitous and interactive and social and open, ….
  3. 3. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Open Discovery Space Rationale “A good education system should provide all who want to learn with access to available resources at any time in their lives…” Illich (1971)  ODS plays a key role in supporting the take-up and use of digital educational resources in schools and revolutionises communities of practice in eLearning 33/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  4. 4. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 • An accelerator of the sharing, adoption, and usage of existing educational content base. • It involves school communities in innovative teaching and learning practices • It will promote community building between numerous schools of Europe and empower them to use, share and exploit unique resources. • To address the challenge of modernizing school education by engaging teachers, students, parents and policymakers 4 ODS Objectives 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  5. 5. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Open Discovery Space Outcomes  Documented guidelines for the design and implementation of effective resource-based educational activities.  A large community of schools communities in EU.  Provision of a large collection of unique resources from advanced educational repositories.  A socially-empowered multilingual portal which will facilitate the discovery, enable to use and provide monitored-for- impact use of digital materials. 53/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  6. 6. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 • Users: – Students – Pupils – Teachers – Parents • The users can: – Organize their communities to create and share their own resources – Search for educational resources – Be socially connected – Train their-selves in innovative education 6 For who?What can do? 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  7. 7. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Open Discovery Space User-Centric Scenario 73/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  8. 8. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 • We are in M22 of project (second year) • ODS Schools: 500 • ODSTeachers: 1400 • Communities: 179 • Learning resources: 623.323 • We are working on: – Learning resources quality, users contribution (social activities), Exposing learning resources, connecting to external repositories 8 Project status 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  9. 9. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Our goal Phase B (WAVE I) Pilot Implementation Phase C (WAVE II) Large Scale ValidationB1 B2 Number of Schools 100 600 2,000 Countries Greece,The Netherlands, Finland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, UK, Portugal, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Belgium, Ireland, Spain, Croatia, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Greenland, Turkey, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Serbia All European countries Time frame January 2013 to April 2013 September 2013 to April 2014 September 2014 to February 2015 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  10. 10. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Schools:Current state (Feb 2014) 1 Austria 9 2 Belgium 31 3 Bulgaria 18 4 Croatia 22 5 Cyprus 36 6 Estonia 26 7 Finland 50 8 France 16 9 Germany 2 10 Greece 55 11 Greenland 10 12 Ireland 14 13 Italy 7 14 Latvia 35 15 Lithuania 21 16 Netherlands 21 17 Portugal 31 18 Romania 40 19 Serbia 47 20 Spain 13 21 UK 44 Total 548 Current status of joining Schools 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  11. 11. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Change-agents’ workshops Preparation of video with change agent teachers: • Partners’ input/ Interviews collected from: Romania, Greece (2), UK, Bulgaria, Portugal (2) Romania: Mihaela Garabet, National College "Grigore Moisil, Bucharest GREECE: Nikos Kypriotakis, 2nd Junior High School of Markopoulo GREECE: Vassiliki Kalkani, Ellinogermaniki Agogi Senior High-School UK: Dr. Eric Demoncheaux, Head of Science at the Battle AbbeySchool PORTUGAL: Paula Furtado, Agrupamento de Escolas Matilde Rosa Araújo PORTUGAL: Maria José Calado, Agrupamento de Escolas das Piscinas BULGARIA: Bissera Gardzheliyska, 39 Petar Dinekov School, Sofia 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  12. 12. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Sinaia, Romania, November 22-24, 2013 Athens, Greece, November 10th 2013 Piacenza, Italy, October 3rd 2013 Change-agents’ workshops Zagreb, Croatia, November 21st 2013 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  13. 13. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  14. 14. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 WEBINAR ONTHE COMET ISON FRIDAY DEC 13th, 14:30 CET • The webinar will be delivered by Dr Pamela Gay from NASA. Dr Pamela L Gay is an astronomer, writer, and podcaster focused on using new media to engage people in science and technology.Through http://CosmoQuest.org, she works to engage people in both learning and doing science. • For an introduction to comets, please visit here: http://portal.opendiscoveryspace.eu/beta/el/node/413172. • (For teachers who are not members of Open Discovery Space, please register here: http://portal.opendiscoveryspace.eu/beta/). • Find out more for the comet ISON here: http://www.nasa.gov/ison/#.UqSbGPRdXlM. • Register using the form below and start living the exciting life of astronomy: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1V1gwfBzShGXcHP1e7jxuFGk3AIyyJKbtVFegYsMrbH o/viewform 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  15. 15. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 ODS website visitors 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  16. 16. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  17. 17. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  18. 18. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  19. 19. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Examples of Pilot activities proposed to schools 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  20. 20. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Connecting schools with ScienceCenters, using augmented reality equipment and OSR portal pathways- Finland (multiple schools).Video link: http://vimeo.com/61730727
  21. 21. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Using iPads for Music Education- creating “An iPad Band”,Austria, BG/BRG Schwechat.
  22. 22. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Virtual connection with CERN- Greece, 3rd Senior High-School of Komotini
  23. 23. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Virtual connection between a single pupil school in the island of Gavdos (the southernmost island) withAghios Spyridonas school in Cyprus, Nicosia- Science and Environmental Education - more coming... 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  24. 24. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Teachers’ training on Discover the Cosmos (Portugal, Lisbon and Chaves) TED-X Kids (Portugal, CantralTejo) 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  25. 25. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  26. 26. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 • Learning Resource Metadata • Topics appropriate mostly for primary, secondary schools, students and teachers • Various topics ranging from IT, agriculture, science to history,… 26 ODS resources contents: 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  27. 27. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 discover, acquire, share, discuss, reuse, revise digital educational resources 27 The ODS Portal - general view ODSTechnical components / infrastructure European-wide Socially-powered Multilingual Portal ODS Communities’ content External repositories’ resources Social data Training material 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  28. 28. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Conceptual Architecture 283/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  29. 29. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 29 Technical architecture 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  30. 30. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 30 How ODS collects data? 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  31. 31. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Harvesting (detail) 313/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  32. 32. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 32 Metadata lifecycle steps before integration to the ODS portal 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  33. 33. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 33 Harvesting Twenty three (2 ) educational content repositories, collections and federations harvested by the ODS harvester learning resources The resources were harvested, validated, transferred, checked learning resources 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  34. 34. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 34 What is the ODS metadata based on? 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  35. 35. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Application Profile • An application profile is a set of metadata elements, policies, and guidelines defined for a particular application. (Wikipedia) • The elements may be from one or more element sets, thus allowing a given application to meet its functional requirements by using metadata from several element sets including locally defined sets. • An application profile is not complete without documentation that defines the policies and best practices appropriate to the application 353/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  36. 36. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 The ODS social activities: Bookmark Rate Tag Share Follow Comment, Like 3/11/2014 36Global-Excursion event
  37. 37. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Do you want to integrate? (VISH+ODS) • Provide your metadata according to the ODS AP – Do you have metadata?Then create your XSLT file – If you are completely compliant to IEEE LOM, then no problem • Provide a OAI-PMH target for us to harvest your repository – Do you have the OAI-PMH target?Then give us your target address • Let us know to harvest you – The metadata would be open and free to use • VISH repository is joined to the ODS – VISH becomes as a member of big ODS family – ODS harvests one more high quality learning repository 373/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  38. 38. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 38 ODS Portal- First version http://portal.opendiscoveryspace.eu 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  39. 39. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 • Search for Educational Resources: any user (registered or not) can access the Educational Content that is (a) harvested by external repositories and (b) created by the members of the Communities • Search for Communities: the registered and non-registered ODS portal users can search the ODS Communities allowing them to access their lightweight Portals in order to see how these are organized and gives them the ability to “Join” the ones they select. • Search for Portal users: the ODS portal users are available through a specific page to the Portal providing the possibilities of: viewing their public profiles and make connections with them 39 Search into ODS Portal 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  40. 40. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 40 Search results page- ODS portal 3/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  41. 41. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Summary page- ODS portal 413/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  42. 42. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 423/11/2014Global-Excursion event
  43. 43. The Open Discovery Space Project is funded by CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5, Theme 2: Digital Content, Objective 2.4: eLearning Objective 2.4 Consortium 433/11/2014Global-Excursion event

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