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PLEShare - share your learning experience

This mediacast demonstrates selected aspects of the EU project ROLE, namely learner-driven PLE design and the vision of sharing and consuming PLE practices within learning communities.

TEL Opera

A musical entertainment in the form of an opera summary, loosely based on the myth of Faust. The 4 french artists from Kazoosbelli (contact@kazoosbelli.com) created an opus named “The Damnation of Sauft”. The thematic scope of each of the 8 workshops from the Alpine rendez-Vous 2011 part of the thematic content was integrated in the opera.

Modest computing: Technologies for classroom orchestration

Prof. Dr. Pierre Dillenbourg, full professor in the school of computer science and director of CRAFT, the teacher service unit, gives a talk on technologies for classroom orchestration at the University of Munich (LMU). He introduces devices developed by his lab and shares some videos.

Learning Design

Social and mobile technologies offer learners unprecedented opportunities to create, organise, share and access knowledge. Such technologies effect potent learning environments, yet these are constantly shifting with escalating complexity. In order for educators to effectively orchestrate learning within this landscape they need to perceive themselves, and indeed to be perceived by society, as techno-pedagogical designers. The STELLAR Theme Team 'the learning design grid (http://www.ld-grid.org/) aims to produce a concise, comprehensive and accessible set of resources which will empower educators and learners to participate in design discourse and practices in technology enhanced learning (TEL). These Podcasts are presented as part of that offering

Interview with Karl Steffens

Donatella Persico of ITD-CNR interviews Karl Steffens, of Cologne University, leader of the Theme Team SRLinTELEs (Self-Regulated Learning in Technology Enhanced Learning Environments) funded by the STELLAR network of excellence.