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Title: LTfLL D7.3 Validation 3
Authors: Armitt, Gillian
Stoyanov, Slavi
Hensgens, Jan
Smithies, Alisdair
Braidman, Isobel
Van Bruggen, Jan
Berlanga, Adriana
Greller, Wolfgang
Wild, Fridolin
Haley, Debra
Hoisl, Bernhard
Koblischke, Robert
Trausan-Matu, Stefan
Posea, Vlad
Rebedea, Traian
Mandin, Sonia
Dessus, Philippe
Simov, Kiril
Osenova, Petya
Westerhout, Eline
Monachesi, Paola
Mauerhofer, Christoph
Keywords: LTfLL
evaluation
validation
verification
stakeholder
quality enhancement
scenario-based design
pedagogic effectiveness
efficiency
transferability
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2010
Abstract: This deliverable describes the objectives, approach, planning and results of the second pilot round, and updates the validation design for round 3. The objectives of the second pilot round were directed towards enhancing the quality of the software services in the next round and beginning to measure the success of the individual services. Validation activities took place at eight pilot sites with stakeholders (learners, tutors, teaching managers), preceded by technical verification. A small-scale study on transferability of the software took place within the LTfLL team. Results demonstrated that the LTfLL software provides effective solutions to pedagogic problems of feedback and knowledge acquisition, subject to enhancements identified during validation. There is strong evidence for integrating the feedback services with a knowledge acquisition service. Software elements for replacement or further development were identified. The transferability study showed that language technologies appear to be most appropriate for problem-based and self-regulated learning. A number of barriers to adoption were identified. In conclusion, the pilots have met their objectives for the second pilot round. The goals of the final pilot round are to support exploitation of the services through providing evidence of the utility of the services and factors affecting their adoption, and to inform the end of project road map, through extended full pilots and validation associated with dissemination activities.
Description: Armitt, G., Stoyanov, S., Hensgens, J., Smithies, A., Braidman, I., Van Bruggen, J., Berlanga, A., Greller, W., Wild, F., Haley, D., Hoisl, B., Koblischke, R., Trausan-Matu, S., Posea, V., Rebedea, T., Mandin, S., Dessus, P., Simov, K., Osenova, P., Westerhout, E., Monachesi, P., & Mauerhofer, C. (2010). LTfLL D7.3 Validation 3.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/2557
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