CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE-ORIENTED LEARNING

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Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED
LEARNING

WEB
-
BASED EDUCATION (WBE 2005) CONFERENCE
Grindelwald, Switzerland February 21
-

23, 2005


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2005, 08:30


SESSION 14


SPECIAL SESSION: WEB
-
BASED TEACHING AND
LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES


Johannes Lischka

Judit Bajnai

Dimitris Karagiannis

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

Agenda


Introduction


Concepts for knowledge
-
oriented
Learning


Document
-
centric Approach:
eduWEAVER


Resource
-
driven Approach:
WeaSeL


Related Work and Conclusion

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

E
-
Learning Framework


Introduction

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

Knowledge Distribution/Learning in general; Context of
Business Informatics

Knowledge Bearer

Knowledge Receiver

CONCEPT of Knowledge Distribution

Knowledge Distribution, Broker, Organizational concept, …


Introduction

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

Knowledge Distribution at Universities

CONCEPT of Knowledge Distribution

University

„Virtual“ University

LMS

Automation

24x7

Simple Administration

Quality via Standards

„Traditional“

University

Lecture Halls

Lecturers

Lab

Unterschriftslisten

Quality defined by

„Teacher“


Concepts for knowledge
-
oriented Learning

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

Aim: Visual and easy Scripting for Learning Scenarios


Concepts for knowledge
-
oriented Learning

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

Why Model
-
driven Learning Architecture for Teachers?


Concepts for knowledge
-
oriented Learning

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

Relationship between instructors and learning

resources


Concepts for knowledge
-
oriented Learning

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

Comparison of two content
-
scenarios from the

instructor’s point of view


Concepts for knowledge
-
oriented Learning

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

eduWEAVER architecture


Document
-
centric Approach: eduWEAVER

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

eduWEAVER modeing layers


Document
-
centric Approach: eduWEAVER

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

eduWEAVER modeing layers: Visual example


Document
-
centric Approach: eduWEAVER

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

The WeaSeL architecture


Resource
-
driven Approach: WeaSeL

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

Future …


Related Work


Semantic E
-
Learning Workshops


Projects like edutella


LOM and CP in RDF


Mindswap



Concluding Statement


Interoperability and exchanging Resources provided by
Services


Embedded into B2B scenarios (evaluation and measures)


Increase awareness for Semantic Web and Web
-
Services


(E
-
)Bologna



The future of the Semantic Web is not quite clear …


Related Work and Conclusion

Johannes Lischka, Judit Bajnai, Dimitris Karagiannis:

CONCEPTS FOR KNOWLEDGE
-
ORIENTED LEARNING

Contact


University of Vienna

Faculty of Informatics

Institute of Knowledge and Business
Engineering


Bruenner Strasse 72, 1210 Vienna

http://www.dke.univie.ac.at/



Johannes Lischka



johannes.lischka@univie.ac.at


Judit Bajnai



judit.bajnai@univie.ac.at


Prof. Dr. Dimitris Karagiannis



dk@dke.univie.ac.at


Conclusion and future perspectives in E
-
Learning