LEAD - Learning Design – Design For Learning -project presentation

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Published on August 15, 2012

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Presentation slides of the LEAD (Learning Design – Designing for Learning) project. The research project aims to (1) bring design thinking to learning design and to (2) bring design expertise to the development process of technological learning solutions. In this project we understand learning situations widely, from traditional classroom situations to more informal learning settings. Project consortium is combination of Finnish leading universities with major international academic collaboration, active new start-­ups and SMEs developing new solutions for educational institutes and organization for tackling the 21st century information management and learning challenges, and high-­impact testbeds that act as a catalyst for companies to trial their solutions and competencies. The two year project includes collaboration with number of international research partners. The project is funded by Tekes – the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation.

LEAD Learning Design –Design For Learning 14.8.2012 LEAD

Teemu LeinonenDr. Associate Professor,New Media Design andLearningMedia Lab HelsinkiAalto UniversitySchool of Arts, Design andArchitecture> education theory> new media> design> design methods LEAD Photo by Cary Bass / Wikimedia Commons

LEAD project consortium• Companies: – Gemillo — “Sosiaalisen median ammattilainen” – Mediamaisteri — “Osaamisen kehittäminen ja oppiminen” – Wanha Satama — “Onnistuneita kohtaamisia” – Digital Lessons — “Verkkokurssit ja –luennnot”• Academic: – Aalto (Media Lab Helsinki) – University of Tampere (TRIM - Tampere Research Center for Information and Media) – Aalto (HIIT - Helsinki Institute for Information Technology)• Testbeds: – Hämeenlinna, Aalto, EIT ICTLabs, iTEC European Schoolnet LEAD

Designing Learning Designing EnablersTeacher / Event host Developer / Service provider Connections between designs processes Lead - project Designing Designing Learning Enablers Educational situation LEAD

Research-based design process (Leinonen 2008, 2010) LEAD

Research-based design process with practical methods LEAD (Keune, Leinonen, Purma, Toikkanen 2012)

Ecosystem Enablers HTML5 Real-time LTE Hybrid content delivery Cloud RFID Big Displays Translation SAAS/PAAS Web Network technologies Infrastructure Tablets IT Analytics Web servicesDedicated Hardware Mashupsdevices Touch Open databases Gesture Learning and New Collaboration Data and interfaces Ecosystem content Creative commons Voice recognition Content reuse Control Business Networks Institutions Media Business Access Legislation and Collaboration Literacy models Frameworks Global networks Sharing Educational laws Pay-per use App-stores Events Chatting Copyright laws Crowd sourcing Media creation Service design Micropayment Service bundle LEAD

Project work perspective Work packages Productizing WP5 WP6 New learning and Learning@work learners WP4 New content and Developing devices WP3 Enablers Understanding WP1 WP2 How to design learning New ways to meet and in the 21st century? collaborate WP7 Facilitating Project management: Dissemination and Workshops Learning Collaboration LEAD Thematic perspective

WP4: New content and devices Digital Lessons EIT ICTLabs WP3: Enablers EUN - iTEC HIIT Mediamaisteri ARTS LEAD TRIM GemilioAalto Wanha Satama Hämeenlinna EIT Master School ITKWP5: New Learning and Learners WP6: Learning @ Work LEAD

We are hereWP1 Contextual inquiry AnalysisHow to design learningin the 21st century? Participatory designWP2 Contextual inquiry AnalysisNew ways to meetand collaborate Participatory designWP3 Contextual inquiry AnalysisEnablers Case studiesWP4 Case studiesNew content and devices Utilization and scale-upWP5 Case studiesNew learning and learners Utilization and scale-upWP6 Case studiesLearning@work Utilization and scale-upWP7 Final DisseminationProject management:Dissemination and Workshops W1 W2 W3 W4 8/2012 2/2013 8/2013 2/2014 8/2014 W = Workshop = Research focused activity = Practice focused activity LEAD

We are here LEAD (Keune, Leinonen, Purma, Toikkanen 2012)

LEAD Learning Design – Design For Learning Kiitos! Teemu Leinonen teemu.leinonen@aalto.fiSearch (15.9): lead tekes aalto trim “media lab” HIIT LEAD

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