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Joint European Summer School on Technology Enhanced Learning 2010

"The emancipated learner"


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Monday, June 7
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09:00-09:15
09:15-10:15
Plenary Exercise – Conference Room, Level -2
Students present work chaired by Hannes Ebner
10:15-10:45
10:45-11:00
Plenary Lecture – Conference Room, Level -2
Connecting learners: an introduction Marie Joubert
11:00-11:45

Connecting Learners: Learning perspextive

Parallel Lecture 1 – Conference Room, Level -2
The tensions between expected and actual engagement in digitally–mediated communication and collaborative learning

This presentation will begin by exploring and critiquing some of the assumptions that are made about learners and learning by technology enhanced learning designers and in particular, challenging the supposition that young people are assumed to be ‘digital natives’ who embrace new technologies effortlessly (Prenksy, 2001). It will be argued that both learning and communications are social activities that take place within a community (Wenger, 1998) and the importance of the cultural context in the development of human functioning has always given rise to the production of local practices, tools, signs and language right from the earliest examples of rock paintings (Säljö, 2007). Drawing on recent research, including a study of digitally–mediated communications amongst undergraduate students to support collaborative learning, some of the important areas where connecting learners can contribute to educational purposes will be highlighted, together with constraints and challenges that may arise for learners. The group will then break into small group discussions to explore the themes that have been presented and to consider more fully the educational purposes of connecting learners. A final plenary discussion will bring together thoughts and ideas from all the groups before conclusions are drawn.

Dr Sue Timmis

Connecting Learners: Learning perspextive

Parallel Lecture 2 – TV Room, Level 0
Participatory Processes and Community Building in learning

The [interactive] lecture deals with participatory processes applied to research, pedagogy and design, and to the building of communities around different themes. As the lecture will be included into the ”Connecting Learners” challenge session, the stress will be put on participatory processes in pedagogy (why, how, when, with whom…) and the building of communities such as learning communities, communities of practice of researchers, the participation of learners as novices in professional communities of practice, the role of communities of practice in developing knowledge and taking place in continuing education. Connecting people requires “suitable” technology; the lecture will also insist upon the key role of participatory design in the ability to build these “suitable” technology. An light insight about other uses of participatory processes (development, citizenship, etc.) will also be given, as participants are also citizens of the world. The lecture will built upon the experience of participants; for example, it could be asked from each participant to “tell a story” about their experience in participatory processes. These stories will be used as material for the lecture.


Liliane Esnault

Liliane Esnault is a consultant in the domain of interactions between Information Technology and Social and Educational Sciences. Her main areas of interests are in developing and animating participatory processes, building and animating networks and communities of practice, conducting and animating longitudinal project evaluations. These works rely on theoretical domains such as Actor Network Theory, Appreciative Inquiry, Participatory Design, Cultivating Communities of Practice, Constructivism. She graduated from Ecole Supérieure de Physique et Chimie de Paris (ESPCI) and has a Doctorate in Fundamental Molecular Physics. She was Associate Professor in Information Systems management, e-Business and Project Management at EM LYON during more than twenty years. She is also teaching an e-Business course in a French-Chinese Executive MBA organized by the Rhône-Alpes Region and Shanghai University. She was involved in the European Research projects PALETTE (Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management in Communities of Practice), after several other European projects in the same area. She is the author of several writings linked with her areas of expertise: Information Systems and Technology Management, Project management, Management of Organizational Networks, e-learning and pedagogy. She also is a member of International Information Resources Management (IRMA), Association for the Advancement of Computing in education (AACE), Information Technology Development for the Rhone-Alpes Region (ADIRA).

11:45-12:30

Connecting learners: technology perspective

Parallel Lecture – Conference Room, Level -2
The innovative, creative, and engaging educator in Academia Alev Elci

Connecting learners: technology perspective

Parallel Workshop – TV Room, Level 0
Peer Assessment of Collaborative Work Supported by Wikis and Google docs
Irena Nancovska Šerbec, Joze Rugelj
12:30-14:00
14:00-14:30
Plenary Exercise – Conference Room, Level -2
Connecting learners: What does the literature say? Presentations from students.
Andriani Piki, Ramón Ovelar Beltrán, Peter Kraker, Derick Leony, Maria Perifanou, Živana Komlenov, Olga Pustovalova, Ana Loureiro
14:30-16:00
Parallel Workshop 2 – TV Room, Level 0
Womble (Work Oriented MoBile Learning Environment) - Part 1 John Cook, Graham Attwelland Carl Smith
Parallel Workshop1 – Conference Room Level -2
Creating Educational Games with Pair programming and Scratch Irena Nancovska Šerbec, Joze Rugelj
16:00-16:30
16:30-18:00
Plenary Exercise – Conference Room, Level -2
Introduction to the stakeholder track and Pecha Kucha
18:00-19:15
Trip/sports/free time/collaboration time
Please sign up in the Coffee Break Room, Level -2
Dinner – Restaurant, Level -1
21:00-...

Tuesday, June 8
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09:00-09:15
Plenary – Conference Room, Level -2
Warm-up: Information for PhD candidates requesting travel funding and Information for PhD candidates requesting ECTS credits Marie Joubert and Denis Gillet

Introduction to the Doctoral Consortium at EC-TEL Katherine Maillet and Ralf Klamma begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting
09:15-10:15
Plenary Exercise – Conference Room, Level -2
Students present work chaired by Alev Elci
Zinayida Petrushyna, Elena Railean, Turkan Karakus, Nuri Kara, Begum Cubukcuoglu, Carl Smith, Alev Elci, Andrej Afonin
10:15-10:45
10:45-11:00
Plenary Lecture – Conference Room, Level -2
Orchestrating learning: an introduction Ingo Kollar

Dr. Ingo Kollar is currently an assistant professor at the Chair of Education and Educational Psychology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich. After having gathered an M.A. degree in Education, he received a three-years scholarship from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and became a member of the Virtual Graduate School “Knowledge Acquisition and Knowledge Exchange with New Media” (2002-2005). From April 2005 to September 2006, he was a researcher at the Knowledge Media Research Center in Tuebingen, Germany (director: Prof. Dr. Dr. Friedrich W. Hesse). After receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Tuebingen in October 06 (Thesis: “Web-based inquiry learning in Biology: Effects of internal and external collaboration scripts on processes and outcomes of collaborative argumentation”), he became an assistant professor at the Chair of Education and Educational Psychology (Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich. His current work centers around different forms of Technology-Enhanced and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning and ways to scaffold and integrate it into formal educational processes.

11:00-11:45
Plenary Lecture – Conference Room, Level -2
Orchestrating learning: a survey

High school classrooms are complex social entities in which learning processes may occur on at least three levels: a plenary level (e.g., a teacher presentation), a small-group level (e.g., dyads discussing ways how to solve a given mathematical problem) and an individual level (e.g., single students working silently on a math task). Research has demonstrated that learning processes on all three levels and (more importantly) their combination may effectively be supported by learning technologies. For example, the ArgueGraph script (Dillenbourg & Jermann, 2007) uses computer technologies to (a) enable single students express their opinions on a controversial topic, (b) force dyads of learners to discuss their differing view points and (c) lead a plenary discussion in which all students are supposed to express their views and argue with each other. ArgueGraph may therefore be called a “classroom script” (Kollar, Wecker, Langer, & Fischer, submitted). Classroom scripts may be understood as instructional interventions that specify and distribute learning activities and roles over the three social levels of a classroom. However, quasi-experimental research on the effects of different classroom scripts that are supported by learning technologies is scarce. Therefore, we developed a five-weeks inquiry curriculum on Genetic Engineering during which students were supposed to form a warranted position on whether Genetic Engineering should be allowed or not. To come to this position, the students were supposed to (a) gather relevant background knowledge on Genetics and Genetic Engineering (which was available in an online library), (b) perform collaborative online searches to find evidence to support their arguments and (c) lead plenary discussions during which the different arguments were exchanged and debated. In a 2x2 factorial quasi-experimental study, we investigated the effects of two different classroom scripts and two computer-supported small-group collaboration scripts on the acquisition of online search competence. While the classroom scripts differed with respect to whether online searches were either constantly to be performed by dyads or alternating on a plenary and a small group level, the small-group collaboration scripts (high vs. low structure) were implemented as browser plug-ins during dyadic online search and provided learning partners with complementary prompts on how to perform their online search. Results indicated that online search competence can be supported on both the classroom script level (favoring an alternation of dyadic and plenary phases) and the small-group level (favoring the high structured small group script), but that their effects do not add up. Consequences with respect to the orchestration of learning processes will be drawn.

Ingo Kollar

Dr. Ingo Kollar is currently an assistant professor at the Chair of Education and Educational Psychology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich. After having gathered an M.A. degree in Education, he received a three-years scholarship from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and became a member of the Virtual Graduate School “Knowledge Acquisition and Knowledge Exchange with New Media” (2002-2005). From April 2005 to September 2006, he was a researcher at the Knowledge Media Research Center in Tuebingen, Germany (director: Prof. Dr. Dr. Friedrich W. Hesse). After receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Tuebingen in October 06 (Thesis: “Web-based inquiry learning in Biology: Effects of internal and external collaboration scripts on processes and outcomes of collaborative argumentation”), he became an assistant professor at the Chair of Education and Educational Psychology (Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich. His current work centers around different forms of Technology-Enhanced and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning and ways to scaffold and integrate it into formal educational processes.

11:45-12:30 Orchestrating learning: technology perspective
Plenary Lecture – Conference Room, Level -2
1:1 computing in education Riina Vuorikari
Stakeholder track
Parallel Workshop – TV Room, Level 0
How to translate a napkin idea into a winning proposal Daniel Burgos
12:30-14:00
14:00-14:30
Plenary Exercise – Conference Room, Level -2
Orchestrating learning: What does the literature say? Presentations from students.
Mahmoud Abdulwahed (he was not there, but he did a great organizing work before the summer school), Andrej Afonin, Begum Cubukcuoglu, Ayman Daoud, Alev Elci, Israel Gutiérrez, Martina Holenko-Dlab, Nuri Kara, Turkan Karakus, Endrit Kromidha, Ivan Pribela, Luis P. Prieto, Hayati Yildirim
14:30-16:00
Parallel Workshop1 – Conference Room Level -2
Language Technologies for Lifelong Learning Traian Rebedea, Bernhard Hoisl, Fridolin Wild
Parallel Workshop 2 – TV Room, Level 0
The e-VITA Serious Games Antonio Ascolese, Roland Hallmeier
16:00-16:30
16:30-18:00
Parallel Workshop 2 – TV Room, Level 0
Authoring complex learning scenarios Birgit Schmitz, Roland Klemke
Parallel Workshop1 – Conference Room Level -2
How can Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology inform Personalization, Adaptation, and Recommendation? Milos Kravcik, Ralf Klamma, Zinayida Petrushyna
18:00-19:15 Trip/sports/free time/collaboration time Please sign up in the Coffee Break Room, Level -2
19:30
21:00-....
Hotel Bar, Level 0
Open discussion about YOUR bright ideas: Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom Daniel Burgos

Wednesday, June 9
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09:00-09:15
Plenary Lecture – Conference Room, Level -2
What do we mean by technology enhanced learning? Fridolin Wild
09:15-10:15
Plenary Lecture – Conference Room, Level -2
Students present work chaired by Sandy El Helou. The presentations are from Moche Leiba, Mikhail Fominykh, Sten Govaerts, Jo Dugstad Wake, Andy Coverdale, Sandy El Helou
10:15-10:45
10:45-11:00 Strengthening learning contexts: an introduction Denis Gillet
11:00-11:45 Strengthening learning contexts: learning perspective
Parallel Lecture – Conference Room, Level -2
Acquiring Conceptual Knowledge on how Systems behave using Qualitative Reasoning technology Wouter Beek, Bert Bredeweg
Strengthening learning contexts: learning perspective
Parallel Workshop 2 – TV Room, Level 0
Interoperable Learning Content Retrieval David Massart and Elena Shulman
11:45-12:30 Strengthening learning contexts: technology perspective
Parallel Workshop1 – Conference Room Level -2
Educational visualizations in 3D Collaborative Virtual Environments Ekaterina Prasolova-Førland
Strengthening learning contexts: technology perspective
Parallel Workshop 2 – TV Room, Level 0
Workshop A2
TEL-map: Recruiting Community Modeling and Mapping Managers for TEL-future gazing in Europe and Beyond Ambjörn Naeve
12:30-14:00
14:00-15:30
Parallel Workshop1 – Conference Room Level -2
Social Network analysis Nina Heinze
Parallel Workshop 2 – TV Room, Level 0
Internet radio in education Graham Atwell, Maria A. Perifanou
15:30-16:00
17:00
Excursion to Ohrid
20:00

Thursday, June 10
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09:00-09:15
Plenary – Conference Room, Level -2
Warm up: Drawing the Grand Challenges together coordinated by Marie Jourbert
09:15-10:30
Plenary Exercise –Conference Room, Level -2
Student led session: what are we interested in (big themes) chaired by Wouter Beek
Živana Komlenov, Ivan Pribela, Marcela Porta, Mihaela Teler, Jurate Urboniene, Maren Scheffel, Na Li, Ioana Hulpus, Luis Prieto, Joanna Wild, Gonzalo Parra
10:30-11:00
11:00-11:45 Example 1 of projects that crosses the boundaries
Parallel Lecture 1 – Conference Room, Level -2
Orchestration of Outcome-based Technology Enhanced Learning Opportunities in ICOPER Michael Derntl, Jad Najjar, and Anh Vu Nguyen-Ngoc
Example 2 of projects that crosses the boundaries
Parallel Lecture 2 – TV Room, Level 0
How to TARGET Rapid Competence Development with Personalized Storytelling Ekaterina Prasolova-Forland
11:45-12:30 Example 3 of projects that crosses the boundaries
Parallel Lecture 1 – Conference Room, Level -2
Science 2.0

The first theme I also presented at the JTEL in Insbruck earlier this year. Slides are at http://www.slideshare.net/erik.duval/science-20-approach-to-research. This work is getting more traction and we would like to involve the PhD. students in the work we do on social discovery (http://sites.google.com/site/kulmoreapp/) and our multitouch table for researchers

Erik Duval
Example 4 of projects that crosses the boundaries
Parallel Lecture 2 – TV Room, Level 0
Orchestration of Outcome-based Technology Enhanced Learning Opportunities in ICOPER Michael Derntl and Jad Najjar
12:30-14:00
14:00-14:30
Plenary Exercise – Conference Room, Level -2
Strengthening learning contexts: What does the literature say? Presentations from students, chaired by Moshe Leiba
14:30-16:00
Parallel Workshop 1 – Conference Room, Level -2
Producing your PhD within the field of TEL: Is inter-disciplinarity an issue? Sue Timmis
Parallel Workshop 2 – TV Room, Level 0
WHY metadata for MY resources? Nikos Palavitsinis, Hannes Ebner, Nikos Manouselis
16:00-16:30
16:30-18:00
Parallel Workshop 2 – TV Room, Level 0
Womble (Work Oriented MoBile Learning Environment) - Part 2 John Cook, Carl Smith and Graham Attwell
Parallel Workshop 1 – Conference Room, Level -2
Hacking Gadgets to Support Learning Hannes Ebner, Zina Petrushyna
Parallel Workshop 3 – Bar Terrace
Pimp-my-PhD Martin Wolpers
18:00-19:15
Trip/sports/free time/collaboration time
19:30
21:00-22:00
Evening Activity – Hotel Bar
Webquest presentations, chaired by Maria Perifanou
22:00 - ... "Dance your PhD" Sandy El Helou

Friday, June 11
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09:00-09:15
Plenary – Conference Room, Level -2
Warm-up: What have we missed? Erik Duval
09:15-10:15
Parallel Lecture – Conference Room Level 2
'Students' perspectives: researching learning Marie Joubert, Denis Gillet
Parallel Workshop – TV Room, Level 0
How do you know if your research is succesful? And why should it matter? For you? Erik Duval
10:15-10:45
10:45-11:45
Conference Room, Level -2
Student led session: Engineering the next Summer School, coordinated by Zina Petrushyna
11:45-12:30
12:30 - 13:00
13:00 - 14:00
14:30 - to next year summer school
Plenary Exercise – Conference Room, Level -2
Academic peer matching session for initiating joint multidisciplinary research activities (for these staying until Saturday)

Support


This year the JTEL Summer School will benefit from special funding from the STELLAR Network of Excellence in Technology Enhanced Learning, the Austrian Science and Research Liaison Office Ljubljana, and the European Association of Technology Enhanced Learning.
Magnificent and exciting, mysterious and surprising, Ohrid is one of the most ancient towns in Europe, flavoured with a taste of centuries gone by, full of Hellenistic, Roman, Slavic, Byzantine, and Turkish memories. During the classical and medieval periods Orhid was the artistic, cultural and spiritual centre of the Balkans and has been called “a notable bridge of European art”. The town is proud of its rich cultural heritage and unique lake which both belong to UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage.

CNN's Nic Robertson discovers an ancient city of hundreds of churches and monastries.


Hotel Granit
St. Stefan, 6000 Ohrid, FYR Macedonia
+389.46.207.100
(Extra night in the hotel from Saturday to Sunday is 55 EUR.)

Accommodation and social events


Accommodation and summer school facilities will be made available at Hotel Granit. Granit Hotel is located on the coast of Lake Ohrid in St. Stefan, 5 km from the centre of Ohrid. It is 12 km from the Ohrid airport. The Hotel has two harbours which enable access to the hotel and the beach from the lake. The wonderful woods which surround St. Stefan Monastery are located 1 km from the Granit Hotel.
PhD students are asked to share a double room with other PhD students.

Cost of Summer School


The cost for PhD students is Euro 550 (including accommodation - 7 nights in double room, meals, excursions, local transportation to and from the airport). JTEL has secured funding to provide funding for about 40 PhD student grants to cover summer school accommodation, catering, and events. Please indicate if you are applying for a scholarship in your application. Some selected students with grants may be able to benefit from funding to cover travel expenses to Ohrid as well.

Important dates


April 9, 2010: Deadline for submitting applications to the Summer School
April 22, 2010: Notification of acceptance
May 15, 2010: Pre-Summer School videoconferences begin
June 6, 2010: Summer School begins

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Programme Chairs:

Denis Gillet
(Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)

Margit Hofer(Zentrum fur Soziale Innovation)

Marie Joubert (University of Bristol)



Local Organizers:

Klime Poposki
(University St.Kliment Ohridski)



Lecture Chairs:

Ralf Klamma (RWTH Aachen University)

Joris Klerkx (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven )



Workshop Chairs:

Nicolas Weber (Know-Center Graz)

Fridolin Wild (Open University)



Activity Chairs:

Milos Kravcik (RWTH Aachen University)

Ambjörn Naeve
(KTH Royal Institute of Technology)

Sandy El Helou
(Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne )



Admissions:

Tomaz Klobucar (Institut Jozef Stefan)

Zuzana Bizonova (Institut Telecom)

Katherine Maillet (Institut Telecom)

Publicity:

 Margit Hofer (Zentrum fur Soziale Innovation)

Marcela Porta (Institut Telecom)

Fridolin Wild (Open University)



Student Organisation Chairs:

Cristina Costa (University of Salford)

Maria Perifanou (University of Athens)

Maren Scheffel (Fraunhofer FIT)

Zinayida Petrushyna (RWTH Aachen University)



Website:

Zinayida Petrushyna (RWTH Aachen University)

Ralf Klamma (RWTH Aachen University)



Finance:

Fridolin Wild (Open University)

Katherine Maillet (Institut Telecom)



Steering Committee:

Katherine Maillet (Institut Telecom)

Ralf Klamma (RWTH Aachen University)

Tomaz Klobucar (Institut Jozef Stefan)

Rosamund Sutherland (University of Bristol)


Program Committee:

Zuzana Bizonova (Institut Telecom), zuzana.bizonova@fri.uniza.sk

Linda Castaneda

Cristina Costa (University of Salford), c.mendesdacosta@salford.ac.uk

Denis Gillet, (EPFL), denis.gillet@epfl.ch

Wolfgang Greller (Open University)

Maurice Hendrix (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Marie Joubert (University of Bristol), marie.joubert@bristol.ac.uk

Barbara Kieslinger (ZSI, Austria)

Ralf Klamma (RWTH Aachen University), klamma@dbis.rwth-aachen.de

Tomaz Klobucar (IJS), tomaz@e5.ijs.si

Milos Kravcik (RWTH Aachen University), kravcik@googlemail.com

Katherine Maillet (Institut Telecom), Katherine.Maillet@it-sudparis.eu

Marcela Porta (Institut Telecom), marchporta@gmail.com

Nicolas Weber, (Know-Center Graz), nweber@know-center.at

Fridolin Wild (Open University), f.wild@open.ac.uk

Martin Wolpers (Fraunhofer FIT)

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