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Title: LTfLL consortium's approach to integration - additional report
Authors: LTfLL consortium
Keywords: LTfLL
language technology
language technology tools
scenario-based design (SBD)
knowledge building
personal learning environment
Issue Date: 2-Oct-2009
Abstract: This report describes the LTfLL approach to integrate the support and advice services developed in the project. The approach comprises theoretical, methodological, technological, and dissemination and validation perspectives. The theoretical layer, based on a common theoretical framework, elaborates on how the services can support learners in both collaborative and individual knowledge building processes. The methodological layer argues the services can be combined in different ways to support learners and tutors in different educational settings, but that stakeholders’ needs should be taken into account. The layer exemplifies this presenting an integrated scenario that illustrates how the LTfLL services can support learners in an institutional context. Afterwards, the technical layer describes how the LTfLL services could be integrated into an existing community-based learning management system to provide learners with a personal learning environment. The validation and dissemination layer discusses the additional strategies needed for the integrated approach. Finally, the report presents conclusions and outlines future work.
Description: LTfLL consortium (2009). LTfLL consortium's approach to integration - additional report.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/2040
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