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Title: Learning Design the future for elearning


1
Learning Design- the future for e-learning?
  • Mark Barrett-Baxendale, Learning Technologies
    Research Group, IBITE

2
Overview
  • Learning Design
  • What is Learning Design?
  • The IMS LD specification
  • The LTRG Learning Design project
  • Demonstration

3
Learning Design
4
Learning Design
  • The design and management of learning activities
  • Meaningful sequencing/structuring of activities
  • Emphasis is on activity rather than content
  • Intended to capture teaching/learning practice

5
IMS-Learning Design
  • Based on EML (Educational Modelling Language)
  • Describes a variety of pedagogical models or
    approaches, online
  • Theatrical Play metaphor
  • Play, Act, Roles, Role-parts, activities,
    activity structures
  • Students/staff are assigned to a run of the
    Learning Design and to roles

6
IMS-Learning Design
  • Carry out activities that link to environments
    (learning objects and services)
  • Supports individualisation of learning
  • Supports re-use
  • Works with other e-learning standards
  • E.g. IMS Content Packaging

7
Learning Design activities
  • Central to LD
  • Learner or support activities
  • Individuals or groups assigned to activities
  • Set completion criteria, e.g. when all learners
    have completed the activity

8
Learning Design Activity Structures
  • Organise the activities
  • Sequence or selection
  • Activities can be revealed in a meaningful way
  • Can nest activity structures build complex
    structures to reflect many pedagogical models

9
Example What is Greatness?
  • From www.unfold-project.net
  • Screenshot from Reload LD editor
  • Activities and activity structures

10
Example What is Greatness?
  • The Play brings everything together
  • Role parts join roles to activities and activity
    structures

11
Problems
  • New and complex specification
  • Very few practical examples
  • Software to edit and run IMS Learning Design is
    in its infancy

12
Conclusion yes or no?
  • Yes
  • Rich specification capturing many pedagogies
  • Full IMS LD implementation available- CopperCore
  • Works with other e-learning standards
  • No
  • Complex specification
  • Currently software is crude

13
The LTRG Learning Design project
  • SLiDe

14
Project team
  • Mark Anderson
  • Mark Barrett-Baxendale
  • Paul Hazlewood
  • IT Services

15
What is SLiDe?
  • SLeD Integration Demonstrator
  • Demonstrating a JISC funded e-learning toolkit in
    a live institutional context
  • SLeD?
  • Service-based Learning Design
  • Service-based?

16
Service-based
  • One of a set of tools to fit into a
    service-oriented architecture
  • http//www.elframework.org

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ELF framework
  • The notion of bricks of functionality that
    communicate via (web) services
  • SLeD is the Activity Management brick

19
What we will do
  • Implement IMS Learning Design in a real HE
    context
  • Technical and user evaluation

20
Why ?
  • Two key outcomes
  • Evaluate the software (installation, usability)
  • Evaluate the utility of IMS LD
  • Also wider advantage of SOA- systems working
    together

21
Demonstration
  • http//localhost8080/WebPlayer/runswitch.html
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