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1 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote LD Research Program at LICEF-CIRTA Télé-Université LD Research Program at LICEF-CIRTA Télé-Université _________________________________ Gilbert Paquette UNFOLD Workshop Barcelona, April

2 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote MISA 4.0 Method Knowledge Modeling 210 Knowledge modeling principles 212 Knowledge model 214 Target competencies 310 Learning units content 410 Learning instruments content 610 Knowledge and competency management Instructional Modeling 220 Instructional principles 222 Learning events network 224 Learning units properties 320 Instructional scenarios 322 Learning activities properties 420 Learning instruments properties 620 Actors and group management Materials Modeling 230 Media principles 330 Development infrastructure 430 Learning materials list 432 Learning materials models 434 Media elements 436 Source documents 630 Learning system / resource management Delivery Modeling 240 Delivery principles 242 Cost-benefit analysis 340 Delivery planning 440 Delivery models 442 Actors and users materials 444 Tools and telecommunication 446 Services and delivery locations 540 Assessment planning 640 Maintenance / quality management Problem definition 100 Training system 102 Training objectives 104 Target Learners 106 Actual situation 108 Reference documents

3 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote MOT Graphic Language

4 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Desired Properties of a Graphic Representation Formalim Simplicity and User Friendliness GeneralityCompleteness Translated to machine (XML) format Communicable between humans Easily Interpretable Usable at the meta-knowledge level (Generic Skills and Competencies) Making explicit relationships between knowledge/competency and LD

5 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Plan LD Editor Graphic Representation Knowledge/Competency Referencing Collaboration Support LD/UoL Library Architecture

6 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote MOT+LD Graphic Objects

7 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote MOT+LD Links

8 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Graphic Representation of a LD

9 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Plan LD Editor Graphic Representation Knowledge/Competency Referencing Collaboration Support LD/UoL Library Architecture

10 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Improve Knowledge Referencing in IMS-LD IMS-LD is a progress in eLearning specifications Assigning optional objectives and prerequisites is weak: IMS RDCEO specification (IMS 2002) Consistency checking is not supported between levels nor between the content of learning activities and resources, and the actors competency Knowledge in learning resources is not described Actors knowledge and competencies is only indirectly defined through educational objectives Need for a qualitative structural representation of knowledge in activities, but also a quantitative one (for competency gaps processing)

11 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote A Graphic Ontology OWL Editor

12 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote A Graphic OWL Editor

13 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Referencing LDs with an Ontology

14 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Structured Competencies n To say that somebody needs to acquire a certain knowledge is insufficient n What kind of generic skill + performance? n A generic skills taxonomy based on different viewpoints : instructional objectives, generic tasks/processes, meta-knowledge n Competency = Meta-process (skill) applied to a knowledge at a certain level of performance n Situate knowledge acquisition goals on a competency/performance scale

15 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Frameworks

16 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote A Generic Skills (Meta-process) Taxonomy S Identify S Illustrate Memorize Utilize S S S Classify Construct Initiate/ Influence Adapt/ control S S S S Discriminate Explicitate Simulate Deduce S S Predict Diagnose Induce Plan S S S S S S Exerce a skill Receive Reproduce S Create Self- manage S S 1-Show awareness S 9-Evaluate S 4-Transpose S 7-Repair S 2-Internalize S 3-Instantiate /Detail S 5-Apply S 6-Analyze 8-Synthesize S S 10-Self- manage S Generic skill Inputs Products SimulateProcess to simulate: inputs, products, sub-procedures, control principles Trace of the procedure: set of facts obtained through the application of the procedure in a particular case ConstructDefinition constraints to be satisfied such as target inputs, products or steps…. A model of the process: its inputs, products, sub-procedures each with their own inputs, products and control principles

17 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Skill/Performance Scale Self-manage (10) Evaluate (9) Synthesize (8) Repair (7) Analyze (6) Apply (5) Transpose (4) Interpret (3) Identify (2) Memorize (1) Pay attention (0) Peter M. Book X Video Y. Multimedia Production Method Skills Performance Aware Familiarized Productive Expert

18 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Referencing Principles 1. 1.Tree organization of the knowledge referential: allows competence inheritance from parent node to children reduce significantly the mechanisms of competence analysis and management Must be completed by relational logic to sustain more refined mechanism of conceptual matching Ontology referencing plus mastery levels prevent coarse granulation of sense weak semantic management services Quantitative measures to weight ability on knowledge level scale to be reasonably simple, manageable levels corresponding to clearly identify cognitive processes Generic Skills Meta-process Representation as a Basis for Learning Scenarios

19 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Plan LD Editor Graphic Representation Knowledge/Competency Referencing Collaboration Support and Levels B/C LD/UoL Library Architecture

20 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Research Problem (1) Distance between pedagogy and technical needs Evolving Scenario Act 1 Act 2 Act 3 Act 4 EX: Project-based learning Technical Needs Act 1 Act 2 Act 3 Act 4 Act 5 Act 6 Act 7 Act 8

21 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Research Problem (2) Collective Activity Team Remove representational ambiguity Cooperative (separated same- time) or Collaborative (together same-time) ? Collective Activity Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 Send results Send results Send results USA France Italy

22 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Research Problem(3) Granularity of Collaborative Activity Cas 1: Group activities in Versailles Negociation 2 by 2 – Sending results Analysis of negociation? Assisting? Cas 2: educational games / simulations Embeded vs refereed games => Black box or Open box

23 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Plan LD Editor Graphic Representation Knowledge/Competency Referencing Collaboration Support LD/UoL Library Architecture

24 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Learning Objects Tools Documents Learning Objects (more than just Web pages) Media Elements Actors Units of Learning Process Scenarios

25 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Library of Scenarios Generic Problems & Tasks

26 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Plan LD Editor Graphic Representation Knowledge/Competency Referencing Collaboration Support and Levels B/C LD/UoL Library Architecture

27 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote 1. Interoperability and Metadata Tom Calvert Simon Fraser, U. 2. Aggregation and Multi- actor Designs Gilbert Paquette TELUQ 5. Advanced Multimedia Objects Nicolas D. Georganas U. Ottawa 4. Object Mining and Knowledge Extraction Mohammed Kamel U.Waterloo 3. Active and Adaptive Learning Objects G.McCalla/J.Greer U.Sask. 6. Telelearning Operation System (TELOS S. Pierre/G.Paquette POLY/TELUQ LORNET Research Network

28 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Learning Object Life Cycle (LORNET)

29 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Future LD Player

30 Author: Gilbert Paquette Reuse freely – Just quote Plan LD Editor Graphic Representation Knowledge/Competency Referencing Collaboration Support and Levels B/C LD/UoL Library Architecture


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