Emerging learning object

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An emerging learning object (ELO) is a kind of learning object produced by a students.

See also: generative learning object, constructionist learning object and Learning activity space.

1 Software

Pedagogical scenarios where the learner creates artififacts that then are reused for learning are not uncommon in educational technology research. The concept, however, grew out of the Collide research group led by Ulrich Hoppe at University of Duisburg. This group collaborated and led many software projects. The most well know and operational classroom technology systems are:

A more recent project is a design tool developed in the Scy-net project, called SCY-SE and that allows to define pedagogical scenarios (or CSCL scripts composed of Learning activity spaces making use of these ELOs.

2 Links

3 Bibliography

  • Hoppe. Ulrich, H.; N. Pinkwart, M. Oelinger, S. Zeini, F. Verdejo, B. Barros, and J.L. Mayorga, "Building Bridges within Learning Communities through Ontologies and Thematic Objects". Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), Taipei, Taiwan, 2005.
  • M. Ney, N. Balacheff, “Learning aware environement: a Laboratorium of epidemiological studies" Workshop at Adaptive Hypermedia (AH), Hannover, Germany, 2008.
  • de Jong, T. van Joolingen, W.R., Weinberger, A, & the SCY team (2009). Learning by design. An example from the SCY-project. Paper to be presented at the CSCL 2009 conference, Rhodes, Greece, June 8-13, 2009. PDF Preprint
  • Lejeune, A., Ney, M., Weinberger, A., Pedaste, M., Bollen, L., Hovardas, T., Hoppe, U., & de Jong, T. (2009a). Learning Activity Spaces: Towards flexibility in learning design? Paper to be presented at the IEEE ICALT 2009 conference, Riga, Latvia, July 14-18, 2009. PDF Preprint
  • Lejeune, A., Ney, M., Weinberger, A., Pedaste, M., Bollen, L., Hovardas, T., Hoppe, U., & de Jong, T. (2009b). A graphical modeling language for computer-based learning scenarios. Paper to be presented at the International Workshop on Visual Design Languages and Applications for Technology Enhanced Learning (VIDLATEL). Riga, Latvia, July 14-18, 2009. PDF Preprint