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|Title:||Learning Networks using Learning Design. A firt collection of papers|
|Abstract:||In this volume you will find a selection of recent papers that will inform you about the state of the art in the Learning Networks Programme of the Educational Technology Expertise Centre of the Open University of the Netherlands. This R&D programme is titled “Learning Networks: connecting people, organizations, autonomous agents and learning resources to establish the emergence of effective lifelong learning” and runs for a period of 5 years (2003-2008).|
|Description:||CONTENT<BR> THE LEARNING DESIGN SPECIFICATION. INTRODUCTION<BR> 1. Modeling units of study from a pedagogical perspective. The pedagogical meta-model behind EML 2. Representing the Learning Design of Units of Learning 3. Educational Modelling Language: Modelling reusable, interoperable, rich and personalised units of learning<BR> MAKE AND (RE-) USE UNITS OF LEARNING. INTRODUCTION<BR> 4. Agent support for online learning 5. Learning objects: the answer to the knowledge economy’s predicament? 6. Combining reusable learning resources and services to pedagogical purposeful units of learning 7. Work processes for the development of integrated eLearning courses 8. Transforming existing content into reusable Learning Objects 9. Towards an open framework for adaptive, agent-supported e-learning<BR> POSITIONING AND NAVIGATION ISSUES. INTRODUCTION<BR> 10. Self organising wayfinding support for lifelong learners 11. Latent semantic analysis as a tool for learner positioning in learning networks for lifelong learning<BR> INTEGRATED. INTRODUCTION<BR> 12. A design model for lifelong learning networks 13. New directions for lifelong learning using network technologies 14. Building communities for the exchange of learning objects: theoretical foundations and requirements 15. Use of the semantic web to solve basic problems in Education|
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