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The Learning Content Management
Repository Virtual Environment system 2.0
and its future....
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Amplified conference
 Please use the cetis-2008-vle tag when posting
about this session ...
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That's not a VLE it's a repository.
That's not a repository it's a content management sys...
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 VLEs were first seen as content management systems for HE
 Are they?
 Do they do a go...
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 So, why do VLEs (e.g.) persist?
 Why don’t we have a CETIS CMS SIG?
 What are the con...
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 What might changes might we see in the next few
years?
 Open content
 Personal learni...
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Programme
 13:30 – 15:15 : presentations and discussion
 15:15 – 16:00 : break
 16:00 ...
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Speakers
 Me.
 Stephen Vickers, University of Edinburgh
 Richard Kirby, CAPDM
 Sarah ...
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 Stephen Vickers. Information services at Edinburgh
University.
 Next Generation VLE pr...
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 Sarah Currier, Intrallect
 Intrallect, based near Edinburgh, Intralibrary digital repo...
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 Mark Stiles. Staffordshire University
 Head of eLearnign development
 Interest in VLE...
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 Approx 10-15 minutes per speaker
 (presentation and questions)
 Which will leave 10-1...
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The Learning Content Management Repository Virtual Environment system 2.0 and its future

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The Learning Content Management Repository Virtual Environment system 2.0 and its future

  1. 1. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle The Learning Content Management Repository Virtual Environment system 2.0 and its future. Phil Barker <philb@icbl.hw.ac.uk> JISC CETIS Metadata and Repositories http://jisc.cetis.ac.uk/domain/metadata
  2. 2. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle Amplified conference  Please use the cetis-2008-vle tag when posting about this session (e.g. blog posts, photos on flickr, slideshare)  We will find posts and aggregate them using some google and RSS trickery  Please use the #cetis08vle session if you want us to be able to do the same with your twitterings
  3. 3. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle That's not a VLE it's a repository. That's not a repository it's a content management system. That's not a CMS it's a VLE.
  4. 4. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle  VLEs were first seen as content management systems for HE  Are they?  Do they do a good job at content management?  Are they anything else (as well)?  VLEs have also been seen as repositories of teaching and learning materials  [same qs as above]  Repositories for content management?  “Better management and sharing of teaching and learning materials by individua  How do repositories and CMS compare, e.g. version control
  5. 5. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle  So, why do VLEs (e.g.) persist?  Why don’t we have a CETIS CMS SIG?  What are the conditions under which each approach should thrive  (niche).  How do the different types of system involved interact?  Do they complement each other?
  6. 6. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle  What might changes might we see in the next few years?  Open content  Personal learning environments  Web 2  Service oriented approaches  Software as a service (is there a cloud on the horizon?)
  7. 7. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle Programme  13:30 – 15:15 : presentations and discussion  15:15 – 16:00 : break  16:00 – 17:30 : discussion
  8. 8. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle Speakers  Me.  Stephen Vickers, University of Edinburgh  Richard Kirby, CAPDM  Sarah Currier, Intrallect  Mark Stiles, Staffordshire University  Tony Hirst, Open University
  9. 9. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle  Stephen Vickers. Information services at Edinburgh University.  Next Generation VLE project “Edinburgh university’s future needs for VLE services, and a mechanism for evaluating alternatives”.  Most challenging presentation!  Richard Kirby of CAPDM  CAPDM, based near Edinburgh  helps education providers to produce commercially successful distance and blended learning programmes.  single source publishing & use of versioning repository to aid the change management workflow in content maintenance.
  10. 10. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle  Sarah Currier, Intrallect  Intrallect, based near Edinburgh, Intralibrary digital repository software, widely used for education resources  Resource sharing and dissemination.  Very pleased to have two presentations about commercial systems.  Sarah and Richard have been briefed to make sure cover different ground  Just because one says their system some capability and the other doesn’t make a similar claim, doesn’t follow that the other’s system doesn’t also have similar capability.
  11. 11. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle  Mark Stiles. Staffordshire University  Head of eLearnign development  Interest in VLEs, repositories that work with VLEs, and institutional strategy  Tony Hirst, Open University  OUseful.info Blog  Interest in use of web 2 / social software in the learning environment.
  12. 12. Tags: cetis-2008-vle #cetis08vle  Approx 10-15 minutes per speaker  (presentation and questions)  Which will leave 10-15 minutes contingency time.  Starting with Stephen ...

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