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TEL-MOOC workshop at #jtelss12

  1. 1. T heEuropean Association of Technology Enhanced Learningpresents theTEL-MOOC workshop (#telmooc @ #jtelss12)Dr. Wolfgang ReinhardtUniversity of Paderborn (Germany)wolle@upb.deJTEL Summer School 2012, Estoril (Portugal)
  2. 2. wolfgang reinhardt mobile university of paderborn learning near copy detectiontwitter social media sna recommendations awareness research networks bibliometrics artefact-actor-networks ginkgo research 2.0 @wollepb @wollepb @wolfgang.reinhardt @wollepb @wollepb @wolfgang.reinhardt @wollepb @wollepb 2 @wollepb
  3. 3. Who are you?Briefly introduce yourself.Where are you from? What is yourresearch background? Why have youselected this workshop. What are yourexpectations?
  4. 4. EA-TEL• largest association dealing with Technology Enhanced Learning (150+ members)• aims include • promote education in TEL, support science and research in TEL • foster cooperation between TEL researchers & users• several valuable member services, i.e., reduced EC-TEL fees,• you can become a member at
  5. 5. Agenda• Pre-workshop survey • Wrap-up• MOOCs? •• TEL-MOOC• Exercise one• Research opportunities• Exercise two
  6. 6. Have you heard of MOOCs before? yes no 43 % 57 % N=7
  7. 7. Are you interested in the MOOC way of learning? yes no 100 % N=7
  8. 8. Have you participated in a MOOC yet? yes no 100 % N=7
  9. 9. Are you researching on networked learning? yes no 43 % 57 % N=7
  10. 10. MOOCs as a new learning modelMOOCs as a new method of online teaching
  11. 11. number of participants course activities not the best term better: learning opportunities Massive Open Online Courses well, it’s all scattered on open registration, open the Web curriculum, open to change, open source tools, open data
  12. 12. What are MOOCs?• next level of online education • LMS is not the central node anymore • heavily decentralized and networked • content within the MOOC is created by not for the participants • massively changed role of the instructor • amplifying, curating, aggregating, filtering, staying present
  13. 13. In a MOOC, assessment does not drivelearning; learners’ own goals drive learning. Masters (2011)
  14. 14. Aims of MOOCs?• making the learner more independent • selecting resources and persons he wants connect to • self-assessment of own learning has to be learned• making the learner active constructor of knowledge• being open for change• motivation and engagement?
  15. 15. If you’re not motivated, then you’re not in theMOOC. Downes (2012)
  16. 16. MOOC principles aggrega%on( remixing( re, feeding( purposing( forward(
  17. 17. MOOC principles aggrega%on( remixing( re, feeding( purposing( forward(
  18. 18. MOOC principles aggrega%on( remixing( re, feeding( purposing( forward(
  19. 19. MOOC principles aggrega%on( remixing( re, feeding( purposing( forward(
  20. 20. MOOC principles aggrega%on( remixing( re, feeding( purposing( forward(
  21. 21. The TEL-MOOC
  22. 22. Aims of the TEL-MOOC• focus on TEL research fields and streams• aim is to broaden the visibility of TEL as a discipline• engage in interdisciplinary research and exchange• inform / update TEL researchers and affiliates on what is going on• state-of-the-art in TEL research and applications• SWOT analysis of TEL research fields and streams
  23. 23. Rough planning• start in October 2012 (cw 40)• 8 to 12 sessions (one a week)• live presentation and discussion with one expert • reading / watching material distributed online in beforehand
  24. 24. Exercise one | Topics & Experts• whole group (5 minutes) • method: brainstorming • topic: relevant TEL-MOOC topics / research fields• x teams (15 minutes) • method: group work & peer discussion & presentation • topic: experts and speakers for each field
  25. 25. Research opportunities investigating the TEL-MOOC
  26. 26. Potential topics• Social Network Analysis• Discourse analysis• Visual exploration EA- EL encourages & T supports you to use the• Awareness dashboards T EL-MOOC as testbed for• content aggregation & summarization your work• trend detection• ...
  27. 27. Exercise two | Tools• x teams (10 minutes) • method: group work & peer discussion & presentation • topic: which tools can be used in the TEL-MOOC for • presentation (live, some hundred viewers, recording) • aggregation (Twitter, Blogs, Facebook, ... • remixing (building a daily newsletter) • analyzing & visualizing
  28. 28. 2nd European Workshop on Awareness & Reflection in Technology-Enhanced Learning #artel12to be held in conjunction with EC-TEL 2012, Saarbrucken (Germany)Date: 18th September 2012 | Submission deadline: 30th June 2012 ARTEL Workshop @ EC-TEL 2012Topics: and related theoretical concepts (e.g., collaborative learning, creativity techniques, We’re looking for research papers and experiential learning, etc.) demos dealing with awareness and reflection in TEL enhanced) learning Deadline 30.06.2012 Details learning, learning networks, etc. Submission via the ginkgo event management system @ SubmissionsFind all the details @ Moore, Trinity College Dublin, @adam__moore | Viktoria Pammer, Know Center, @contextgroupkc |Lucia Pannese, imaginary, @lpannese | Michael Prilla, University of Bochum | Kamakshi Rajagopal, OpenUniversiteit, @krajagopal | Wolfgang Reinhardt, University of Paderborn, @wollepb | Thomas Ullmann, TheOpen University, @thomasullmann | Christian Voigt, Centre for Social Innovation, @chrvoigt
  29. 29. T heEuropean Association of Technology Enhanced Learningpresented theTEL-MOOC workshop (#telmooc @ #jtelss12)Dr. Wolfgang ReinhardtUniversity of Paderborn (Germany)wolle@upb.deHave a look at EA-TEL’s website at http://ea-tel.euConsider joining us and make us stronger