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  1. MainRearchLinesandResults Miguel Ángel Conde González mconde@usal.es This presentation has been made under the auspices of the Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo da Vinci VETPRO Project “ELearning in flamenco rhythm” (Ref. 872A8A24631B9423). This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

  2. Outline • Introduction • Projects and Results • Conclusions GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  3. Introduction • Projects and Results • Conclusions GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  4. Introduction (i) • GRIAL has severalreseachlinesopened • Eachoneoftheprojectsdevelopedmusthaveresults • Notalwaysresults are products • Know how • Reports • Articles • Awards GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  5. Introduction (ii) • Differentresearchlines = differentresultsandproducts GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  6. Introduction (andiii) • Somemainlinesofresults • Contentsadaptation • Mobile • Moodledevelopment • PLE GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  7. Introduction • ProjectsandResults • Conclusions GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  8. Projects & Results (i) • ContentsAdaptationto Mobile Devices • eLearningevolveswiththeevolutionofnewtechnologies • Newcontexts, newinformationsources, newdevices GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  9. Projects & Results (ii) • ContentAdaptationSystem • Mobile learningsupportingbut no replacingeLearning • WidelyAcepted Access anywhere GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  10. Projects & Results (iii) GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  11. Projects & Results (iv) GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  12. Projects & Results (v) • Allkindsofusers GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  13. Projects & Results (vi) • Otherfactors GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  14. Projects & Results (vii) • Problems GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  15. Projects & Results (viii) • Problems • Needoftechnologicaladaptation • NeedofPedagogicaladaptation GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  16. Projects & Results (ix) • Adaptationsystem • Whattoadapt • How toadapt • Adaptationofcontentfrom LMS • Whatkindofresources • Whatkindofactivities • Considertheinteractionwithmobiledevice • Considertheinteractionwith LMS GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  17. Projects & Results (x) • 2 Final Year Project todevelop CLAYMOBILE GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  18. Projects & Results (xi) • OthermLearninginiciatives • Moodbile (http://code.google.com/p/moodbile/) GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  19. Projects &Results (xii) • OthermLearningIniciatives • Moodle4iPhone (http://iphone.moodle.com.au/) GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  20. Projects &Results (xiii) • Mobile Project forthe Escuela de Administración Pública de Castilla y León (ECLAP) GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  21. Projects & Results (xiv) • PLE • Learning processes are continously evolving • Not only technological changes • eLearning as one of these evolutions • Great acceptation but less benefits than expected • LMS are commonly used but without expected improvements • LMS a space to publish courses • Restricted to a period of time • Focused on the course • Ignoring new initiatives and trends GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  22. Projects & Results (xv) • LMS are mature enough but must evolve to avoid extinction • New learning trends as asteroids GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  23. Projects & Results (xvi) Open the Walled Garden

  24. Projects & Results (xvii) • Are LMS the only online learning Tool outthere • Are LMS in the center of the learning innovation discussion on the web • Looks like Web 2.0 has survived its own hype, and is thriving as a concept of online activity

  25. Projects & Results (xviii) • New spaces • Twitter, Buzz and other microblogging • Platforms • Maps • Video Streaming (Youtube , Vimeo, etc) • Social Networks (Ning, xing, Mahara) • Wikipedia and othersources • WolframAlpha • Google docs (and clones) • Google wave • …. • Othercontexts • Otherwaystoaccessthe web • Gameconsoles • Mobile Devices

  26. Projects & Results (xix) • Services used for educational purposes outside the radar of learning institutions and the context of a LMS • Integration between LMS and new trends and technology is necessary evolving towards what is known as eLearning 2.0 • This integration must consider

  27. Projects & Results (XX) • PLE • Student-centered contexts that integrate any tool, service, content involved in eLearning process • Some limits must be necessary in the means used by the students (iPLE) • New trends and technologies provide benefits but also new problems • Improvisation in the use of Web 2.0 tools • Technical problems and pedagogical problems (it’s easy to copy and not to create) • Lack of support from LMS • PLE can solve these problems

  28. Projects & Results (xxi) • How to define a PLE • Start a solution from scratch • Most initiatives only integrates different 2.0 tools in a container • Based the new system in a existing LMS • Requires considering what to export and what to import in the LMS • Institution necessities must be taken into account • SOA Approach as a technological solution

  29. Projects & Results (xxii) Needtoapply SOA toMoodle GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  30. Projects & Results (xxiii) • How to use itto define a PLE GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  31. Projects & Results (andxxiv) • Othertechnologicalprojects • Semantic Web appliedtolearningenvironments by usinglayers (http://layers.com/) • Define learningapps store for PLE …. GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  32. Projects & Results (andxxiv) • Othertechnologicalprojects • Semantic Web appliedtolearningenvironments by usinglayers (http://layers.com/) • Define learningapps store for PLE …. GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  33. Introduction • ProjectsandResults • Conclusions GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  34. Conclusions • Severaltypesofdevelopmentswithdifferentresults • Mobile results • AddaptationSystem, ECLAP, Moodbile, iPhone, Moodle4iPhone • PLE results • Newenvironments • Net tools • Theuser as thecenter • MoodleDevelopment • And so on… GRIAL – Universidad de Salamanca

  35. MainRearchLinesandResults Miguel Ángel Conde González mconde@usal.es This presentation has been made under the auspices of the Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo da Vinci VETPRO Project “ELearning in flamenco rhythm” (Ref. 872A8A24631B9423). This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.