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LD-Grid


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Research field Advanced Community Information Systems (ACIS)
Start date 2011/04/01
End date 2012/05/31
Status completed
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Learning Design Grid (LD-Grid) 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 resources will enable learners and educators to collaboratively reflect on their goals and constraints, characterise contexts of learning, and devise viable means of achieving their goals within these contexts and in light of the constraints. LD-Grid is a theme team funded by the EU network of excellence STELLAR.

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 aim of the LD-Grid theme team was 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 resources will enable learners and educators to collaboratively reflect on their goals and constraints, characterise contexts of learning, and devise viable means of achieving their goals within these contexts and in light of the constraints.

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  • University of Haifa, Israel
  • RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  • London Knowledge Lab, UK
  • Lancaster University, UK
  • University of Valladolid, Spain
  • Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
  • Italian National Research Council, Institute for Educational Technology, Italy

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Michael Derntl

OpenGLM: Integrating Open Educational Resources in IMS Learning Design Authoring

M. Maina, B. Craft, Y. Mor (Eds.): The Art & Science of Learning Design (pp. 157-168), Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, 2015

Michael Derntl

Design narrative: Lab course on Software Architectures and Web Technologies

Y. Mor, H. Mellar, S. Warburton, N. Winters (Eds.): Practical Design Patterns for Teaching and Learning with Technology (pp. 23-30), Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, 2014

Diana Laurillard, Michael Derntl

Learner Centred Design - Overview

Y. Mor, H. Mellar, S. Warburton, N. Winters (Eds.): Practical Design Patterns for Teaching and Learning with Technology (pp. 13-16), Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, 2014

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