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The last session today was an introduction in the Open Source Social Network „elgg“ which will be used as the main collaborative platform for the just started Virtual Collaborative Learning project with Riga and Tallinn.
Our team will take the way back to Dresden tomorrow. We would like to thank our hosts for the great time and hospitality and the participated students for their attention and active communication. We wish you success and our team a safe trip back home.
See you in the virtual classroom 🙂
The Kick-Off meeting of the forty fifth VCL Project was held successfully with the participation of the three universities in Dresden, Riga and Tallinn.
After a welcome message from Prof. Dr. Eric Schoop, Matthias introduced the participating student with first information about the Virtual Collaboration Project that will be worked on in the next six week and the next steps they will have to take on the learning platform.
We wish our students and colleagues much fun and an exciting experience in the virtual phase.
Short before 09:00 PM, the last session today was finished. Wissam talked about:
- The paradigm shift in E2.0
- Social Software in E2.0
- Change of technical tools and
- Collaboration in E2.0
The first session of this evening is an introduction to Virtual Collaborative Learning (VCL). Corinna Talked about:
- The typical sequence of an VCL-project
- VCL-projects and blended learning
- Goals of VCL-Projects
- Collaboration in Education
- Computer Based Communication
- Learning in groups in the virtual classroom and
- Support learners by e-tutors
While gaining an insight into civil life of the Estonians yesterday, Corinna and Michel used the Sunday for a more technical museum. The Seaplane Museum exhibites various ships, sailing boats, bouys, a submarine and of course a seaplane. It also provides information about the military of Estonia of the last century and how their technique and defense strategy evolved. They were amazed how modern IT is already implemented to foster the visitors learning processes. Nearly every group of exhibits has an own monitor were a videos or some fotos are displayed in addition to a more detailled text or some simulators, too. More interested visitors were enabled sending information of the exhibition to their e-mail-addresses.
After successfully finishing our first lectures at the TTU in Tallinn and the virtual classroom yesterday, we (Michel and Corinna) used our free time today to become more familiar with our partner’s city and the Estonian culture. We took a city tour bus and had some nice views on the president`s residence, the song festival ground, the nature around the city centre, and the harbour. Afterwards we visited the Estonian open-air museum with about 100 farmsteads, mills, an old school and a chapel from 1699. All these original buildings showed us, how life in last 2 centuries looked alike. It was quite impressive to see how life changed during this period.
Michel Rietze gives his presentation on Knowledge Management from Tallinn. The main points presented include:
- Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning
- Stairs of knowledge
- SECI Model and
- Knowledge Blocks
We would like to thank the students for their active work in groups during the session.
Matthias Jung delivered his presentation in the Virtual Classroom from Riga and for Tallinn.
After an introduction of our Chair, participating lecturers and the course objectives and schedule, he talked about basics of:
- Learning Theories
- Formal/non-formal and informal learning
- Social Learning and
- Successful implementation of e-learning
Setting-up the virtual classroom, Matthias Jung in Riga.