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AbstractThis UoL example has been used in the preliminary evaluation of Collage, a COLlaborative Learning desiGn Editor. More information about this example is available at http://gsic.tel.uva.es (example tab and documentation tab, it is the example of the Worksheet included in the User Manual of Collage) and in the paper: Hernández-Leo, D., Villasclaras-Fernández, E.D., Jorrín-Abellán, I.M., Asensio-Pérez, J.I., Dimitriadis, Y., Ruiz-Requies, I., & Rubia-Avi, B., (2006). COLLAGE, a Collaborative Learning Design Editor Based on Patterns. Special Issue on Learning Design, IEEE journal Educational Technology & Society, (in press). (This paper was also presented at the UNFOLD –PROLEARN EU projects Workshop about Current Research on IMS Learning Design, Valkenburg, The Netherlands, 22-23 September 2005.)
The example is connected to an experience that takes place within a course on “the use of ICT in education” at the Faculty of Education, University of Valladolid, Spain. This experience is one of the case studies included in the TELL project (http://cosy.ted.unipi.gr/tell/). This case study is a blended situation, where normal face-to-face activities are interleaved with technology-supported (distant or not) activities. It uses Synergeia system (http://bscl.gmd.de). Synergeia combines an asynchronous component named BSCL (Basic Support for Cooperative Learning) and a synchronous component called MapTool. It mainly provides a shared web-based workspace in which documents and ideas can be shared. The real scenario consists on 40 students (maximum). The example is an extract of the case study, in which students revise three topics in order to produce a deeper understanding of them. The applied method is a combination of Jigsaw and Pyramid Collaborative Learning Flow Patterns.
e-Learning TELL Project EAC/61/03/GR009, Kaleidoscope Network of Excellence IST-FP6-507838 and Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology TIC-2002-04258-C03-02.
TypeIMS, unit of learning package