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Modelling Advice and Support Servicesto Integratethe Virtual componentin Higher Education

Isabel Pérez, Universidad de Granada

introduction
Introduction
  • Basis and objectives of the project
  • The anticipated results and development of the project
  • The MASSIVE peer review model
  • Intermediate conclusions
iniciatives
Iniciatives
  • The Lisbon Strategy an eLearning in Higher Education
  • The Bologna process and the promotion of quality
  • Integration of ICT in European Universities not homogenous
progress in elearning
Progress in eLearning
  • In most universities the result has been a transference of traditional pedagogy into the computer environment
  • Only a minor number of universities use ICT to design programmes based on a new methodology
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University strategies to integrate virtual components

Virtual Campus

Evolution of University Libraries

IPR Management

Training and teachers’ support

Students’ support

Design of online courses

6 Areas

project partners
Project Partners
  • UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA (ES)– PROJECT COORDINATOR
  • UNIVERSIDAD DE BARCELONA (ES)
  • FIM NEW LEARNING (DE)
  • BUDAPEST MÜSZAKI GAZDASÁGTUDOMÁNYI EGYETM (HU)
  • UNIVERSITY OF BERGEN (NO)
  • MALTS - UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH (UK)
  • EUROPACE (BE)
  • SCIENTER ESPAÑA (ES)
  • SCIENTER (IT)
  • SOCIEDAD DIGITAL DE AUTORES Y EDITORES, SGAE (ES)
  • TAVISTOCK INSTITUTE (UK)
massive approach
MASSIVE Approach
  • Objetive: to design a model of mutual support services for European traditional Universities to successfully implement the virtual component of teaching
  • Strategy: “peer review”
anticipated results
Anticipated Results
  • Desk research reports in the 6 areas proposed.
  • Criteria and toolsto identify good practices.
  • Comparative report on strategies, services and transferable elements
  • Peer review methodologyto assess the implementation of eLearning
peer review
Peer Review
  • Widely used to introduce new techniques and to improve the educational offer by integrating correctives among colleagues
  • It allows the involved institutions to take part in a dialogue between both sides as colleagues do
  • The institution goes through a process of reflection upon their weaknesses and strengths
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Peer Review
  • Collaborative:improving relations between peers
  • Open:sharing the results without any restrictive or secret statements
  • Multidimensional y triangular:incorporating a set of data using a wide range of sources
  • Ethical:it does not endanger the relations between the institution and their students
  • Formative:it implies an element of continuous improvement process
development and results
Development and results
  • Researchin depth of the 6 areas
  • Recommendations to develop the case of studies
  • Methodological handbookas a supporting tool to implement the peer review process
peer review process
Peer review process
  • Assessing the services and models of the universities taking part in the pilot.

Non-commercial consultancy service proposed:

pilot experiences aim
Pilot Experiences Aim
  • To provide a methodological framework for the developed tools, as a non-commercial service that allows the comparison of the integration of ICT in the 6 proposed areas
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Peer Review Process
  • Documents and data collection:
    • Documents, files, reports, etc.
    • Interviews (face to face, telephone, focus group, etc.)
    • Observation (users, platforms, etc.)
  • Peer review team:
    • Work package leader
    • 2 visiting partners
    • 1 host partner
partial conclusions
Partial conclusions
  • Essential topic: University strategies to integrate ICT in education
  • Intellectual property rights are related to the areas of University Libraries and Design of online courses
  • The indicators identified in the area of IPR not very clear
  • The areas of Training and teachers’ support and Students’ support are closely related
  • The need of flexibility in applying methodology & tools