E LEARN Vancouver Jameson and Walker Oct 2005 Pres

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Writing in LAMS with Moodle for eLISA: 

AACE E-LEARN Conference, 2005 Vancouver, Oct 27th 2005 Dr Jill Jameson and Simon Walker School of Education and Training, University of Greenwich j.jameson@gre.ac.uk s.walker@gre.ac.uk Writing in LAMS with Moodle for eLISA

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Overview: 

Overview Problem defined Outline project Knowledge transformation Learning design Tools used

The context: JISC DeL Regional eLearning Pilot Projects: 

The context: JISC DeL Regional eLearning Pilot Projects Aims Explore use of e-learning to Facilitate wider participation in HE Provide better opportunities for lifelong learners Specifically, eLISA: Bring together existing study skills materials Migrate study skills materials to new packages Deliver eL study skills to practitioners andamp; learners Evaluate and recommend, disseminate and plan for sustainability re: online study skills resources

e.g. Writing: knowledge transforming:‘We know more than we can say’ (Polanyi): 

e.g. Writing: knowledge transforming: ‘We know more than we can say’ (Polanyi) Knowledge explicit (overt) tacit (implicit) metacognitive

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LAMS andamp; Moodle Reusability Learner activity based Collaboration Scaffolding Constructivism Bricolage Learning Design is that a big L, big D?

eLISA JISC Results.Encouraging initial findings.: 

eLISA JISC Results. Encouraging initial findings.

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Findings LAMS and Moodle usability similar Both provide additional learning tools  LAMS linearity/easy (re-)usability  Moodle navigation, easy use LAMS: you can’t skip activities   Moodle learners might skip too early Both – potential for getting lost  Transfer of print-based to ‘e’ 

Acknowledgements :* JISC, London Borough of Greenwich, LSC LSE, JISCInfoNet, DeLDisse, especially Sarah Davies, Linda Karlsen, Phil Noakes, Greenwich Community College, Greenwich GPlus Group, Lifelong Learning Partners.* JISC eLISA team especially Liz Masterman, Malcolm Ryan, Stuart Lee, Howard Noble, Michael Loizou, Mohammed Dastbaz.: 

Acknowledgements : * JISC, London Borough of Greenwich, LSC LSE, JISCInfoNet, DeLDisse, especially Sarah Davies, Linda Karlsen, Phil Noakes, Greenwich Community College, Greenwich GPlus Group, Lifelong Learning Partners. * JISC eLISA team especially Liz Masterman, Malcolm Ryan, Stuart Lee, Howard Noble, Michael Loizou, Mohammed Dastbaz.

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