JLeRN Final Workshop
Monday, 22 October 2012 from 12:00 to 16:30 (BST)
Manchester, United Kingdom
This workshop will explore the lessons learnt during the JLeRN Experiment, and contribute to the final outputs of the project, including the JLeRN Final Report and Recommendations; a few small task outputs commissioned by the project from projects and experts; and the findings of JISC OER Rapid Innovation projects with an interest in the Learning Registry.
Attendees will be those who have worked with JISC CETIS and Mimas in investigating the Learning Registry and its potentials for UK education. This includes members of the informal Learning Registry Task Group, projects which have explored using the Learning Registry, and those who have attended JISC CETIS, JLeRN and/or Learning Registry events.
The event is free and there is a small budget for travel expenses for those who have previously attended JLeRN or other Learning Registry events, or who have otherwise worked with the project. Lunch will be provided from 12:00-12:30.
JLeRN Final Workshop: Agenda
Mimas, Roscoe Building, University of Manchester: http://mimas.ac.uk/contact/travel/
12:00 – 12:30 Arrival & lunch
12:30 – 12:50 Welcome, overview, introductions.
- 12:30 – 12:35 What JLeRN and JISC want from the day (Sarah Currier and Amber Thomas).
- 12:35 – 12:50 Introductions: one line from each attendee about their interest in the Learning Registry, and one line each about what you want from the day (All).
12:50 – 13:05 JLeRN: What we’ve done, where we are, what we’ve discovered (Sarah Currier).
13:05 – 13:20 The JLeRN Nodes: Technical report and reflections (Nick Syrotiuk).
13:20 – 13:35 Update on the Learning Registry and related new developments (Phil Barker).
13:35 – 14:10 Experiences of implementation: What we did, what we learned, what we’d like.
- 13:35 - 13:45 RIDLR and related projects (Suzanne Hardy).
- 13:45 – 14:00 ENGrich Project at Liverpool University (Tanya Novoselova and Andy Green).
- 14:00 - 14:10 Developing tools for the Learning Registry (Pat Lockley).
14:10 - 14:20 Comfort break.
14:20 - 14:55 Possibilities for the Learning Registry.
- 14:20 - 14:40 Accessibility and the Learning Registry: a potential use case? (Terry McAndrew).
- 14:40 - 14:55 The Learning Registry beyond educational technology (David Kay).
14:55 - 15:10 What questions and issues do we want to explore? Brainstorm areas for discussion for rest of workshop (All). Some starters for 10:
- Paradata: what is it good for, what are open questions in how to share it?
- Nodes, Networks, Communities.
- Learning Registry as software, is it usable?
- NoSQL/schema-less databases for sharing metadata.
15:10 - 15:50 Discussion (format and specific topics to be decided on day) (All).
15:50 – 16:15 Final go-round to elicit final thoughts (All).
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