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NET-EUCEN Workshop - “User-centricity in the Educational and Inclusiveness domains”Brussels, Belgium – 6 November 2013

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Thirteen field-experts have discussed about the application of the user-centricity in the definition of new services for educational and inclusion domains tailoring them in a wide European approach. Twelve initiatives, including NET-EUCEN and OpenDiscoverySpace.eu, have been analysed in the two domains, raising a very interesting discussions about the visions in business, technology, citizens’ engagement, education and policy. The user-centricity indicators have been discussed both from their application to the best practice sample of NET-EUCEN and the potential application in the eleven external cases of the day. The attending people provided, in a double-fold process, feedback about the usability of technologies, methodologies, discussed scenarios and indicators.


Mr. Daniel Van Lerberghe, Fondation EurActiv PoliTech and ODS Partner, discussed about “a socially-powered and multilingual open learning infrastructure to boost the adoption of eLearning resources” (ref. slides 111-120).
This project is currently playing a key role in supporting the take-up and use of digital educational resources in schools and revolutionises communities of practice in eLearning, thus directly referring to the action # 68 of the Digital Agenda.
The user-centricity is focused on the social-empowered multilingual portal, facilitating the discovery, enable to use and provide monitored-for-impact use of digital materials.

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NET-EUCEN Workshop - “User-centricity in the Educational and Inclusiveness domains”Brussels, Belgium – 6 November 2013

  1. 1. ICT PSP 2011, 5th call, Pilot Type B, Objective: 2.4 eLearningDuration : 1/4/2012 – 31/3/2014Budget: ~ 15,3 Million Euro51 Partners from 23 countriesDaniel  VAN  LERBERGHE  Director  Social  Media  &  PoliTech  Founder  Fonda5on  EurAc5v  PoliTech  daniel.van.lerberghe@eurac5v.com   “User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  
  2. 2. Click  te-­‐learning  Futures style o  edit  Master  5tle      The future is… mobile and ubiquitous andinteractive and social and open, ….“User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   2  domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  
  3. 3. Open  Do  edit  Master  5tle  style Click  t iscovery  Space  Ra<onale   “A  good  educa*on  system  should  provide  all  who  want  to  learn   with  access  to  available  resources  at   any  *me  in  their  lives…”     Illich  (1971)       ODS  plays  a  key  role  in  suppor<ng  the  take-­‐up  and  use  of  digital   educa<onal  resources  in  schools  and  revolu<onises  communi<es   of  prac<ce  in  eLearning  “User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   3  domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  
  4. 4. Open  Discovery  Space  Goals  tle  style Click  to  edit  Master  5 &  Challenges     To  facilitate  the  implementa*on  of  the  Ac*on  68  of  the  Digital  Agenda  for   Europe  and  to  effec*vely  modernize  educa*on  in  the  EU,  for  all  subjects   and  skills.  ODS  aims  to  unleash  the  innova*on  poten*al  of  Europe  in  the   produc*on  of  novel  educa*onal  and  training  ac*vi*es  through  efficient   use  of  ICT  combined  with  effec*ve  stakeholder  engagement.     To  addresse  the  challenge  of  modernising  school  educa*on  by  engaging   teachers,  students,  parents  and  policymakers  in  a  first  of  its  kind  effort  to   create  a  pan-­‐European  e-­‐learning  environment  to  promote  more  flexible   and  crea*ve  ways  of  learning  by  improving  the  way  educa*onal  content   is  produced,  accessed  and  used.  “User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   4  domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  
  5. 5. Click  to  edit  Master  5tle  style Open  Discovery  Space  Vision    Ø Empower   stakeholders   with   an   integrated   access   to   unique   eLearning  resources  from  dispersed  educa5onal  repositories.  Ø Engage   stakeholders   in   unleashing   their   innova5on   poten5al   in   the   produc5on   of   meaningful   educa5onal   ac5vi5es   through   the   use   of   a   socially-­‐empowered   mul5lingual   portal   offering   eLearning   resources   as   well  as  services  for  the  produc5on  of  educa5onal  ac5vi5es.    Ø Assess   and   evaluate   the   impact   of   generated   innova5on   in   the   produc5on   of   meaningful   educa5onal   ac5vi5es,   which   could   act   as   a   reference  to  be  adopted  by  stakeholders  in  school  educa5on.  “User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   5  domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  
  6. 6. Click  to  edit  MArchitecturetyle Conceptual   aster  5tle  s    “User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   6  domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  
  7. 7. Click  to  edit  Master  5tle  style   Open  Discovery  Space  User-­‐Centric  Scenario  “User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   7  domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  
  8. 8. Open  Click  to  edit  Master  5tle  ommunity   Discovery  Space  Schools  C style  •  Phase  A  –  involvement  of  100   eMature  schools  to  support  the   requirements  elicita5on  process   (WP2),    •  Phase  B  –  involvement  of  500   addi<onal  schools  that  will  be   involved  in  the  pilots,  WP5  (9   months  dura5on)  and    •  Phase  C  –  involvement  of   addi<onal  1400  schools  in  the   framework  of  the  large  scale   valida5on  ac5vi5es,  WP11  (9   months  dura5on).    “User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   8  domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  
  9. 9. Click  to  eConsor5um5tle  style dit  Master      “User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   9  domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  
  10. 10. Open  Do  edit  MSpace  5tle  style   Click  t iscovery   aster   Outcomes  ü  Documented   guidelines   for   the   design   and   implementa5on   of     effec5ve  resource-­‐based  educa5onal  ac5vi5es  ü  A  large  community  of  schools  communi5es  in  EU  ü  Provision   of   a   large   collec5on   of   unique   resources   from   advanced   educa5onal  repositories  ü  A   socially-­‐empowered   mul5lingual   portal   which   will   facilitate   the   discovery,   enable   to   use   and   provide   monitored-­‐for-­‐impact   use   of   digital  materials  “User-­‐centricity  in  the  Educa<onal  and  Inclusiveness   10  domains”Brussels,  Belgium  –  6  November  2013  

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