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Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab e-Learning Lab: Center for User centred Innovation, Learning and Design Department of Communication Aalborg University Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld Kaleidoscope seminar, ICT and Learning, 29th-30th of September
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab 1.2 The location of Aalborg University (AAU) Aalborg is situated in the Northern part of Jutland. The ”city” of Aalborg houses app people In your terms – a town
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab 1.3 Short facts on Aalborg University Aalborg University was inaugurated in 1974 In 2001 more than students within: Engineering, Natural sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities Aalborg University now has a budget on app DKR (1 RM = 1,5 DKR) For more information please visit:
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab Aalborg University - main principles The pedagogical model: POPBL The research structure The regional co-operation The international dimension The securing of quality Lifelong learning – mixed mode Information and Communication technology and Innovation Overfor det klassiske universitetsideal (Humboldt) ser vi nu et krav og ønske om universitetets meget mere direkte anvendelse og samspil i den samfundsmæssige udvikling, bl.a. i konceptet om ”trible helix” som et samarbejde mellem det offentlige, private institutioner og videninstitutioner (universiteter). Som beskrevet af Jacobsen, 2001 p. 36 (med reference til Novotny, 1999). I ’modus 1´- den klassiske akademiske form for vidensproduktion – er det det akademiske samfund alene der afgør hvad der er god forskning. I den nye vidensproduktion ’modus 2’ ligger en væsentlig del af det samfundsmæssige ansvar i samarbejdet mellem forskere og brugere. (Jakobsen, 2001 p. 36).
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab Student qualification profile master the basic professional theories and methods collect and use information and knowledge work in an interdisciplinary way formulate and solve complex problems by using different theories and methods apply knowledge, needed to solve a given problem cooperate communicate in writing and speech when presenting professional results The students learn to
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab POPBL - 5 principles Problem-oriented studies Project organized teaching Group Based Learning Interdisciplinarity Integration af theory and practise in various curricula
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab Principles of problem based project work PROBLEMSOLVING Literature Lectures Group Studies PROBLEMANALYSIS REPORT Tutorials Field Work Experiments
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab 4.2 A graphical representation and characteristics of POPBL A semester consists of both course work and project work (50/50) The students define their own projects within a “thematic framework” e.g. “Cultural Analysis” Problem formulation and problem setting (enquiry) Exemplary and interdisciplinary Participants control Project based Action learning Long time collaboration – all semester - ½ a year
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab Some differences between PBL & POPP POPP Problem formulation and problem setting (enquiry) Exemplary and interdisciplinary Participants control Project based Action learning Long time collaboration -1/2 year PBL Problem solving Disciplinary Teacher / curriculum control Individual / project Task driven Ad hoc
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab e-learning lab, Aalborg University Established in 2000 via project funding (regional development project) Since 2004 part of the Faculty of Humanities ”Home” at Department of Communication –Strong tradition for research and development within ICT and learning Funding comes from the university and from projects
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab Staff and ressources Head of research (Prof. Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld) 3 members of faculty (ass. Professors) 2 post doc Ph.D.-students + 5 full time research assistants (project funded) 2 full time staff with pedagogical and technical expertice Technical staff (Faculty IT-department) 2 administrative staff (project administration) students assistance (paid) Students master thesis
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab e-learning lab - Vision To be a dynamic research, development, and resource centre To participate in research and development work at the following levels: –Local –Regional –National –International To gather and develop knowledge within the field of user centred innovation, learning and design To publish and share knowledge and best practices Main domains: –Education –Health care, and –Governance (Read more at:
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab Research approaches Social experiments, development, tests and evaluation Action research – actions, development and change Dialogue Research – analyses, understanding and development of practice Focus on: Collaboration and communication in relation to learning and work processes Studies of practice and technology in use Human computer interaction, interaction design, pedagogical design, teaching and learning Approaches: Socio cultural in a broad sense: experiential learning, activity theory, communities of practice…..
Copyright © 2004 E-Learning Lab References Projects and institutions E-learning lab: (english version available 1 st of January 2004) Publications: Doctoral school on Human Centred Informatics (www.hci.hum.auc.dk) Kaleidoscope: EQUEL: VISCA: ELAC: AUW: FlexNet: (from 1 st of April DDN: Systems Quickplace: Moodle: Virtual-U: FirstClass: Centra: Fronter:
Bygningskonsulentforeningen 9 oktober 2003 Prof. Per Christiansson IT in Civil Engineering Aalborg University 1/32 ICT Building.
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