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1 Becta Community Programmes community e-learning Research July 21st 2002 Fred Garnett Head of Community Programmes Lifelong Learning Directorate http://www.communityprogrammes.org.uk/

2 community e-learning research Topics Background Overview Research Metadata for Community Content CGfLs Community Languages Outcomes

3 community e-learning research Background NOF-CALL ICT Learning Centres NOF-CALL CGfLs UK online Centres NGfL/ferl/cerl Overview From Access to Content From e-learning to e-democracy Access; 6,000 UK online centres Digital Divide Content (96% Rubbish)

4 community e-learning research Metadata for Community Content Androgogy not Pedagogy Self-directed learning Learner-created Content MD for Digitised Content MD for Multimedia Content MD for Peer-to-Peer Content sharing

5 community e-learning research Community Grids for Learning NOF-CGfL - 50 projects General Guidance and Info Sheets Dynamic Grid and/or VLE model Content Re-purposing Digital Tools? Community of Community Grids

6 community e-learning research Community Languages DfES Community Languages Support List Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Gujerati, Punjabi, Somali, Urdu, Vietnamese mkdoc e-gif compliant CMS Full functionality;text entry, search, site map Issues - Hardware - Sound files Joint Project with NIACE Laptop Outreach Best practice Site

7 community e-learning research Outcomes Help is @ Hand resources Good Practice Guides Metadata Research Reports Laptop Challenge web-site Community Challenge toolkit Further collaborative work

8 community e-learning research Theme on-line communities are part of the political process of social change involved in moving to the Knowledge Democracy. They represent ways of bringing like minded people together through partnerships which will create the institutions for the new society. This involves identifying new channels of communications As Hazel Henderson says Technology is the essence of politics

9 community e-learning research Context Move to the Knowledge Democracy 2020 Institutional (new infrastructure) Web-based (new resources) Technology as infrastructure - info on tap The web is a publishing medium, people can be producers as well as consumers Cyberspace

10 Becta Community Programmes community e-learning Research July 21st 2002 Fred Garnett Head of Community Programmes Lifelong Learning Directorate http://www.communityprogrammes.org.uk/


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