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1 Aristóteles Cañero Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Experience of a Plan for a Repository of Reusable Digital Learning Objects Aristóteles Cañero Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

2 Valencia, a place to visit

3 Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Public academic institution since 1971 4 campuses 15 colleges 40 research centers 40 official degrees 20 post graduate studies students 2.600 teachers 1.400 staff

4 Valencia Campus

5 Sakai in the UPV Full production system in 2006-2007
4.000 sites per year active students

6 “Network teaching” plan
One of the objectives of the Strategic Plan of the UPV: Intensify the use of Information Technologies Action lines Training Incentives for production Docencia en red

7 “Network teaching”: Sakai
Sakai is the e-learning support platform in the UPV Syllabus Melete Resources Polimedia Virtual labs Assignments Samigo Chat Forums Drop box Group management Site stats Grading tools Content providing tools Experimentation tools Evaluation tools Communication tools Management Tools Subject management – Sakai framework 7

8 Learning objects: Polimedia
Polimedia is a streaming media technology developed by the UPV to produce learning multimedia contents, in a special way that can combine several technologies simultaneously in a web browser Show presentations Use an electronic whiteboard Use computer applications 8

9 Learning objects: Virtual labs
Virtual labs is a new set of tools that allow instructors to create learning objects for experimentation in an easy and intuitive way through the use of scientific software applications such as Matlab, Mathematica or LabView. These learning objects are generated and accessible via the Internet 9

10 Reusing objects Some types of objects can be reused and shared between different subjects Syllabus Melete Resources Polimedia Virtual labs Assignments Samigo Chat Forums Drop box Group management Site stats Grading tools Content providing tools Experimentation tools Evaluation tools Communication tools Management Tools Subject management – Sakai framework 10

11 Reusing objects The goal of the project is to build a repository of reusable learning objects within our University based in some of the materials produced during this first year for the Sakai sites, and also with the creation of new multimedia and interactive contents.

12 Our concept of reusable object
A digital, self-contained, reusable entity with a learning aim that contains the content, the metadata and the information which helps its identification, storage, and recovery. Learning modules can be created combining different learning objects within a certain context

13 Types of learning objects
Depending on their pedagogical content: Conceptual Procedural Attitudinal Depending on the format Text Image / sound / video / multimedia Interactive applications

14 Steps in the creation of a LO
Determine the objectives: conceptual, procedural or attitudinal Create the objects Choose format (text, multimedia, interactive) Create the introduction of the content Create the content Fill up the metadata form LO Comittee: Evaluate the quality of the learning object

15 Example of a Metadata Form
Category Elements General Title Languages Description Keywords Authors Learning use Type of learning object Interactivity level Semantic density Receiver Context Dificulty Estimated time Description of the use Language of the receiver

16 From LO to Learning Modules
Any object that can be used, reused or referenced within a learning process Digital object + Pedagogical purpose Learning object Introductory guide, practical activity, evaluation of the module and summary + Coupling objects Learning module

17 Learning modules Learning session created by the contextualization of one or several learning objects within a didactic environment with the addition of coupling objects The approximate working time of the student in a learning module is one hour, including all the activities proposed in the module

18 Process in creating learning modules
Select the competences to develop in the student Select the kind of objects to work in: conceptual, procedural or attitudinal Define the structure of the module Search for already created learning objects which can fit in our structure Create non-existing learning objects Configure the module: create coupling objects Test the module Evaluate the module

19 Quality criteria Our goal is to create a high quality learning object repository: Training as a requisite Assistance and support to the teacher through all the creation process Validation of objects by a LO Committee

20 Creation of a repository
All the objects have to be stored in a common database, catalogued by the Library and with three types of access rights: Any student in the same Knowledge Area (minimun requirement) Any student from the UPV Free access The kind of license is not determined by the plan. Each teacher can decide which one to use

21 Dspace Dspace has been chosen as the tool to create the learning object repository It can store, classify, search and distribute all kinds of digital contents It’s an open source project: At this moment we are starting the process of creation of the repository

22 Objectives of the plan The main goal of the plan is to start the creation of the repository The specific actions are: Extensive training on learning objects theory and practice Economic incentive to teachers in the creation of the objects Assistance through the creation process Creation of the repository The types of objects preferred are Polimedia Virtual labs Any other multimedia or interactive object

23 Numbers of the plan so far
The plan started in June 2007 216 teachers from 37 different departments have joined the plan. All of then have gone through training on these methodologies in 14 specific courses (from June to October) They have proposed the creation of around 2,000 learning objects that should be completed during this academic year

24 Process of the plan Resources reservation Economic Incentives
Content production VTIC VCE Resolution of the plan Training courses Evaluation Metadata creation VTIC VCE ICE ASIC GOA Catalog Repository publishing Access rights BIB BIB ASIC ICE 24

25 Results of the first months

26 Some examples Duracion Autor Titulo 5:22 Francisca Ramón Fernández
Búsqueda de Legislación en el BOE 5:02 Búsqueda de Legislación en el DOUE 6:35 Búsqueda de Legislación en el DOCV 4:57 Búsqueda de Proyectos de Ley en las Cortes Valencianas 10:21 Búsqueda de Legislación Nacional en la base de datos Westlaw 6:14 Búsqueda de Bibliografía en ISBN 9:01 Macarena Trujillo Guillen Método de Newton-Raphson 16:08 Maria de Carmen Gómez Collado Método de los trapecios 14:31 Asunción Santafé Moros Función Find 11:28 Gracia López Patiño Introducción Asignatura Materiales de Construcción 11:45 Jose Enrique Román Estructuras de Datos para Matrices Dispersas 9:43 Rafael Llobet Azpitarte Listas enlazadas en C: conceptos básicos 6:19 Listas enlazadas en C: recorrer una lista 4:12 Ana M. García-Bernabeu Presentación Banking and Financial English 4:27 Presentación Project Finance 3:37 Presentación Curso Básico de Finanzas Personales 4:48 Begoña Serrano Lanzarote Introducción a los sistemas estructurales 16:44 José Carlos de Bartolomé Cenzano Clase Introductoria de Derecho Constitucional y Estructuras Políticas 11:11 Consideraciones sobre el constitucionalismo la constitución y el derecho constitucional 17:15 El Surgimiento del Estado Constitucional Clase introductoria de D. Constitucional y estruc. Políticas 11:04 José María Osca Lluch Introducción a los cultivos herbáceos extensivos 9:03 Pascual Pérez Blasco Circuitos eléctricos lineales

27 Gracias por su atención
Thank you for your attention Aristóteles Cañero:

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