Characterisation of a Personal Learning Environment as a by Sabrina Leone PDF

By Sabrina Leone

​This paintings specializes in the characterization of grownup lifelong beginners’ own studying Environments (PLEs) through implicit and particular instruments of personalization. It goals goals towards making a method for the advance of a studying direction for the characterisation of PLE for grownup lifestyles inexperienced persons. The synergy of formal and casual studying within the dynamic building of a lifelong learner’s PLE is totally explored, with the popularity that most of studying, particularly for all times lengthy inexperienced persons, happens outdoors conventional studying formats.

Specifically, this quantity discusses the layout, implementation, and validation of the SSW4LL (Social Semantic net for Lifelong novices) layout, and the the SSW4LL method, equipped on Moodle 2.0 built-in with an adaptive mechanism (conditional actions) and a few instruments of Social Semantic net (Semantic MediaWiki, Diigo and Google+). With completely grounded situations experiences, this quantity makes the case that those platforms are appropriate to supply a dynamically customized studying setting to the lifelong learner. All of those environments are absolutely mentioned and circumstances made for every as a device for developing grownup beginners' PLEs.​

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PLE can be transformed into models of integration on the background of a student-centred framework, provided an attentive design of the underlying technological architecture that is accessible to both teachers and learners. In particular, knowledge management, trustworthiness and assessment on the collection of resources and personalisation issues call for a thorough analysis of suitable Social Semantic Web tools to be adopted within the integrated learning environment. , & Loiodice, I. (2007).

Consequently, learning turns from accusation of facts and data into creation of a new set of neural connections in the mind. This is the difference between learning in a PLE and learning in a traditional manner. It is the difference between simple and complex: simple is learning a fact; complex is learning a fact in the context of a network and learning not only the fact but all the associated information around that fact. Learning is a total state, and not a collection of specific states. For this reason, learning is obtained through immersion in an environment, rather than through acquisition of particular entities; it’s expressed functionally (personal capacities) rather than cognitively (bits of knowledge).

Also, the ontology as a structured resource helps the tutors in designing their courses. 12 The Informal Learning Support System (iFLSS) consists of a range of services that support knowledge retrieval through an ontology enhanced with the vocabulary of the Community of Practice (CoP) and by recommending material on the basis of the content, tags and users belonging to the CoP (Monachesi, Markus, Westerhout, Osenova, & Simov, 2011). The system is based on a domain ontology enrichment methodology, word sense disambiguation and semantic modelling of social media content (Monachesi & Markus, 2010).

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