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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND SECURITY NETWORK Managing information, sharing knowledge. PfP Learning Management System APSA Teaching and Learning Conference February 2007. Our background. Political basis:

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND SECURITY NETWORK

Managing information, sharing knowledge

PfP Learning Management System

APSA Teaching and Learning Conference

February 2007

our background
Our background
  • Political basis:
    • Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), signed April 25, 1999 (Ogi, Cohen): basis for the US/Swiss collaboration, results in Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) technology and content.
    • Joint Planning Document (JPD), signed in February 2002 (Welti, Nash): Construction of a knowledge portal (KP), integration of existing technology and content.
  • Cooperation partners:
    • US Joint Forces Command (US JFCOM, sometimes „transformation command“) – invests resources for making courses
    • Cooperative development teams (CDTs) - PfP and NATO countries
    • US DoD ADL Co-Labs – delivers specifications and standards
    • Schools within PfP – use systems and content in everyday use..
    • NATO schools – NATO has adopted the results achieved so far and wants to go on using the corresponding products (Istanbul summit resolution, pnt. 4.2.2.).
    • PfP Consortium – ETH/ISN are heading the ADL Working Group.
overview
Overview

Contribution to Security Cooperation, Training Transformation, Interoperability

Other teams within bilateral or PfP frameworks

US & Swiss

MOU Core Teams

what we offer
What we offer
  • E-Learning Technology:
  • ILIAS, combined with our SCORM RTE  This is free software, with all its potentials It has a broad user base
  • It is certified for SCORM:  Exchange and re-use of content
  • Tools for authoring, management, and publishing of e-learning content:.  Based on existing technologies (XML)  Simple updates – cost-efficiency
  •  Cross-media output.
  • We have a growing basis of ADL content: a lot, gaining more every day,
  •  from training to education
  •  same content is re-used internationally.
  •  Content is fulfilling technological best practices: SCORM conversion
  • Simple updates, therefore cost-efficiency. Separation of content and design, therefore
  • cross-media output.
  • E-Learning Knowledge:
  • Experience in the making, adaptation, exchange and re-use of e-learning content (Best practices!):
  • Quality definitions and methods for quality assurance for e-learning content (technical, didactical, and subject matter aspects)
  • Direct contact with the standardisation bodies (ADL Co-Labs, SCORM).
  • Experience in e-learning in security.
e learning partners and courses per 2005
E-Learning: Partners and courses per 2005
  • ANDERE INTERNATIONALE ORGANISATIONEN
  • Chemical & Biological Weapons Non-Proliferation
  • Bulgaria in S.E. Eur. Politics, Security, Economy
  • Law of War
  • Intro. to Microsoft Office Applications
  • Bulgarian Participation in Peace Support Ops.
  • Combating Terrorism & Illegal Trafficking
  • NATO Modelling & Simulation Orientation Course
  • Conducting a Computer Assisted Exercise
  • Combined Joint Task Force Training Modules
  • Peace Support Ops. Staff Off. Orientation Course
  • Russian, Ukr. & Byelorussian Languages on the Web
  • Military Involvement In Crisis Response Ops.
  • Intro. to Peace Keeping Techniques
  • FORSCHUNGSSTELLE / ISN
  • Führung der Software-Entwicklung
  • Referenzinhalte für die ganze Community
  • SPIRIT (Security Policy, International Relations, and Information Technology
  • International Security Risks
  • Intro. to ESDP
  • NATO SCHOOL
  • PfP Programme Mod.
  • Intro. to Satellite Ops.
  • Intro. to Operational Planning
  • The Combined Joint Task Force
  • Intro. to Environmental Awareness
  • Intro. to NATO Peace Support Ops.
  • Information Operations 102
  • NATO’s Reserve Forces
  • Fundamentals of CBRN Defence
  • Intro. to NATO Logistics
  • Intro. to NATO Maritime Ops.
  • NATO/Partner Operational Staff Off. Mod.
  • Civil Military Cooperation in NATO Mod.
  • NATO Space Support
  • NATO Space Surveillance

Finland

(CDT)

Sweden

(Crs. & CDT)

Baltic

(CDT)

Russia

(Crs. & CDT)

Belgium

(CDT)

Ukraine

(CDT)

(Crs.)

(CDT)

Switzerland

(Crs. & CDT)

Bulgaria

Georgia

  • GEORGE C. MARSHALL CENTER
  • English Skills for Staff Officers
  • Ethnic Conflict and Peace Ops.
  • Terrorism & Its Implications for Democratic States
  • Intro. to Human Rights
  • Intro. to International Humanitarian Law

(Crs. & CDT)

(Crs. & CDT)

Rome

Turkey

(Crs. & CDT)

  • NATO DEFENSE COLLEGE
  • Intro. to NATO
  • NATO Standardization Mod.
  • Civil Emergency Preparedness Mod.
  • The Revolution in Military Affairs
  • Fundamentals of NATO

Canada

  • NATIONAL DEF. U.
  • NATO EU Interface

(Crs. & CDT)

(CDT)

  • = Kurse (Crs) und/oder Bestand eines Cooperative Dev. Team (CDT)
  • USJFCOM (CDT)
  • ACT
  • NDU
  • IADC
  • NAVAL POST GRAD. SCH.
  • Information Operations 101
  • INTER-AMERICAN DEF. COLLEGE
  • Conflict Management and Negotiation
  • Overview of the Inter-American System
simplified component model
Simplified Component model

Students, instructors, others (e.g. school administrators)

Designers (visual, instructional), others (e.g. quality controllers)

Learning with existing content using the PfP Web Class Room

Creation of new content usingLOCK-IT

Anyothervirtualclass

Anyotherauthortool

ILIAS

(Learning ObjectConstruction tools)

Delivery of existing content to students with SCORM run time environment

Publication of finished content to backbone with SCORM manifest

PfP LMS SCORM RTE, Content packaging, etc.

Any other SCORM Run Time Environment

why scorm
Why SCORM
  • Learning system and learning content independent of each other. Exchange of learning content. Support of different kinds of learning content. Learning management.
  • SCORM-«Ilities»: Reusability, Affordability, Durability, Accessibility, Interoperability.
  • SCORM recognized on a world wide level and de facto standard in the defense business.
lessons learned
Lessons learned

Separation of ‘ADL’ and ‘DL’ – what do people want?

‘The making of learning objects’ is difficult to achieve (what is a learning object, influence on instructional design)

Re-use is difficult (divergences on subject matters, local preferences, ‘constructivist needs’ of teachers, etc.).

Language is an issue (technical problems, human communication).

Culture is an issue (not so much differences among nations, but local constraints have to be respected).

Technology still is an issue (bandwidth problems, flash vs. Java, etc.).

We had to rethink our efforts to get a precise idea about what we want: What do we do ourselves, what do we leave to others…. Limit our work to essentials, live with some imprecision….

contact
E-Learning and Partnerships

Alexandra Toedt

Toedt@sipo.gess.ethz.ch

Sean Costigan

Costigan@sipo.gess.ethz.ch

www.isn.ethz.ch

Contact
reserve slides
Reserve slides

Reserve slides below

course content

Intro. to ESDP

  • International Security Risks
  • SPIRIT (Security Policy, IR and IT)
  • Chemical & Biological Weapons Non-Proliferation
  • Bulgaria in S.E. Eur. Politics, Security, Economy
  • Intro. to Human Rights
  • Intro. to International Humanitarian Law
  • Russian, Ukr. & Byelorussian Languages on the Web
  • Conflict Management and Negotiation
  • Law of War
  • Overview of the Inter-American System
  • The Revolution in Military Affairs
  • Ethnic Conflict and Peace Ops.
  • Intro. to Environmental Awareness
  • Bulgarian Participation in Peace Support Ops.
  • Military Involvement In Crisis Response Ops.
  • Intro. to Peace Keeping Techniques
  • Combating Terrorism & Illegal Trafficking
  • NATO Modelling & Simulation Orientation Course
  • Conducting a Computer Assisted Exercise
  • Combined Joint Task Force Training Modules
  • Peace Support Ops. Staff Off. Orientation Course
  • Intro. to Microsoft Office Applications
  • PfP Programme Mod.
  • Civil Emergency Preparedness Mod.
  • Intro. to NATO Peace Support Ops.
  • Information Operations 102
  • NATO’s Reserve Forces
  • Fundamentals of CBRN Defence
  • Intro. to NATO Logistics
  • Intro. to NATO Maritime Ops.
  • NATO/Partner Operational Staff Off. Mod.
  • Civil Military Cooperation in NATO Mod.
  • NATO Space Support
  • NATO Space Surveillance
  • English Skills for Staff Officers
  • Terrorism & Its Implications for Democratic States
  • Introduction to NATO
  • NATO Standardization Mod.
  • Information Operations 101
  • Intro. to Satellite Ops.
  • Intro. to Operational Planning
  • The Combined Joint Task Force
Course content

CSS/ISN

Others

why scorm1
Why SCORM
  • Learning system and learning content independent of each other. Exchange of learning content. Support of different kinds of learning content. Learning management.
  • SCORM-«Ilities»: Reusability, Affordability, Durability, Accessibility, Interoperability.
  • SCORM recognized on a world wide level and de facto standard in the defense business.
overview1
Overview

Presentation overview:

  • Who are we, where do we come from
  • What do we do
  • Some lessons learned – 1 slide
who we are
Who we are

Who we are:

  • Working in PfP (“security through cooperation“).
  • Situated at the United States Joint Forces Command and at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology CSS, International Relations and Security Network.
  • Financed by contributions of the Swiss and US governments.
  • Backed by a US/Swiss Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).