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SlideWiki - towards a collaborative and accessible platform for slide presentations

 
: Elias, Mirette; James, Abi; Ruckhaus, Edna; Suarez-Figueroa, Mari Carmen; Graaf, Klaas Andries de; Khalili, Ali; Wulff, Benjamin Markus; Lohmann, Steffen; Auer, Soeren

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Volltext urn:nbn:de:0011-n-5240229 (587 KByte PDF)
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Dimitrova, V.:
EC-TEL 2018, 13th European Conference On Technology Enhanced Learning. Practitioner Proceedings. Online resource : Leeds, UK, September 3-6, 2018
Leeds, 2018 (CEUR Workshop Proceedings 2193)
http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2193/
ISSN: 1613-0073
Paper 6, 13 s.
European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL) <13, 2018, Leeds>
European Commission EC
H2020; 688095; SlideWiki
Large-scale pilots for collaborative OpenCourseWare authoring, multiplatform delivery and Learning Analytics
Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung BMBF
01PE17004D; InclusiveOCW
Englisch
Konferenzbeitrag, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IAIS ()

Abstract
OpenCourseWare platforms for educational resources have the potential to open new horizons for knowledge sharing and e-learning by reaching learners beyond the constraints of traditional learning systems. SlideWiki is a crowd-sourcing platform that aims to rethink the creation and sharing of knowledge by providing an environment where authors can collaborate, reuse, adapt and share slide contents for educational purposes. As an OpenCourseWare platform, SlideWiki intends to make Open Educational Resources more accessible for all users, including those with disabilities, within formal and informal learning settings. Moreover, the platform offers collaborative tools that enable authors and contributors to translate the slide content. To address the implementation, scalability, usability, an d adoption of the platform, it has been designed and deployed in many different learning settings with large-scale trials across Europe. At the time of writing, 56 trials have taken place in different geographical and cultural regions, organizational units, and institutions, covering various teaching and learning scenarios. The experiences and feedback from the trials have influenced the redesign of SlideWiki in terms of accessibility and openness. This paper discusses the findings of the large-scale trials and how they influenced the technical redesign of the platform. It also shows how incorporating user feedback into the technical development process can improve accessibility and collaboration.

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