28 ncsr PROLEARN NCSR GA final 151105

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Published on May 2, 2008

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NCSR “Demokritos”:  NCSR “Demokritos” PROLEARN General Assembly, 14-15 November 2005 NCSR (JPA 2):  NCSR (JPA 2) NCSR contribution (JPA 2):  NCSR contribution (JPA 2) Main contributions: Leader of WP12 (Roadmap) organization and coordination of WP activities, working meetings Main contributor to roadmapping activities. Particularly: TEPL roadmapping methodology Scenario analysis Compilation and consolidation of vision statements and driving factors Research on future trends affecting TEPL Other activities (*): Study of e-Learning needs and applied business models (Greek market study) EducaNext Learning Content exchange initiative (contribution to status of association) 1st PROLEARN Summer School works (e.g. organisation of interactive activities with PhD students) Organization of workshops and participation at major events Joint proposals: Submission of R&D proposals. New projects: PROLIX (IP), BASE2 (STREP) Marie Curie proposal submitted in collaboration with PROLEARN Academy (*)indicative list Components of the PROLEARN roadmap:  Components of the PROLEARN roadmap A tacit idea representing the desired future state Instantiation of the vision in a formal and systematic way (vision statements & challenges) Gap Analysis between the current state of the art and desired future state (critical capabilities needed to realise each vision statement) A portfolio of short, mid- and long-term actions & recommenda-tions, based on the gap analysis Vision Expressed Desired Future State Gap Analysis Actions Steps of the “Desired Future State” stage :  Steps of the “Desired Future State” stage Create scenarios and study literature Identify learning situations Identify vision statements / desired future states Identify influential factors Enabling / Opposing Degree of impact Predictability 5. Identify trends (important and predictable factors) 6. Identify key uncertainties (important and unpredictable factors) 7. Analysis of desired future states with trends and uncertainties 8. Compile results (revised future states) NOW “Desired Future State” stage – Current activities:  “Desired Future State” stage – Current activities Scenarios Vision Statements Trends Industry Interviews Symposium Scenario analysis and identification of core drivers (influential factors) (completed) Clustering of influential (driving) factors in distinct categories (completed) Micro view Macro view WP12 Next steps:  WP12 Next steps “Desired Future state” stage Vision statements version 0.1 to be produced after the Madrid General Assembly. Next version of vision statements will be ready by the end of January 2006. This version will include the results from the scenario analysis, online survey, industry interviews and symposium works. Additional Virtual Communities and Fora will be set up (e.g. @CEDEFOP) to discuss the vision statements in a broad circle of participants. Presentation of vision statements in conferences and workshops. The outputs of the micro and the macro level work will be consolidated in the final version of the Vision Statements (May 2006). "Gap analysis” stage (starting June 2006) Collaborating Experts:  Collaborating Experts (**) indicative list NCSR Demokritos working group (*): C. Makropoulos E. Kamtsiou, D. Pappa, Y. Korovesis, P.Telonis, A. Vasiliou, Y. Manolessos Associate partners (**): (*) main contributors to recent activities Collaboration with Industry:  Collaboration with Industry Working together with industry: for extracting professional learning needs and identifying future learning situations (eLearning consumers) for studying the evolution of eLearning, in terms of learning services, brokerage & exchange models, tools & technologies employed etc (eLearning providers) for the transferring of knowledge and best practice Examples: Study of U2C brokerage models (EduXchange) (collaboration with IMC A.G., eCharlemagne etc) Athens 2004 Olympic Games Volunteers Training Programme, in association with the Olympic Games Organising Committee and IMC A.G. Case Study: Athens 2004 eLearning System:  Case Study: Athens 2004 eLearning System Learner home page Course module Video presentation PROLEARN - Next steps (WP12 perspective):  PROLEARN - Next steps (WP12 perspective) WP12 has established a concrete plan of activities for the duration of the project, that was outlined in the PROLEARN Roadmapping methodology Deliverable (D12.6). In this framework WP12 is pursuing: collaborations and synergies with other PROLEARN WPs active involvement of partners (core &associate) in the Special Interest Groups (SIGs), as SIGs are scheduled to play an important role in the coming stages of WP12 work ("Gap analysis” etc) collaboration with other projects and initiatives collection of feedback from industry PROLEARN - Next steps (WP12 perspective) (2):  PROLEARN - Next steps (WP12 perspective) (2) Priorities Develop a precise plan for: Strengthening the integration of associated partners Promoting the collaboration with other initiatives and associations Strengthening the collaboration between roadmapping and research activities: - Aligning research tasks with WP12 requirements Assistance in the work of SIGs Broad dissemination of roadmapping results Professional Learning Cluster (PRO-LC) PROLEARN – NCSR next steps:  PROLEARN – NCSR next steps Orchestrate and facilitate communication between partners in the course of WP12 Special attention on SIGs Focus on Conceptual modeling of: Roadmapping methodology Visions, driving factors and challenges of TEPL Focus on Gap Analysis: Maturity assessment Trends impact analysis Preparatory work on future actions and guidelines

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