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1:36pm 14 December 2012 Permalink
First of all I should like to stress that I really enjoyed reading the chapter and learning more about Ld-Shake. It really made me want to use the system, and I also registered on test site. Couldn’t quite figure out whether it is an openly available tool, and one could have or create an instance on it – well, just to say that I think it looks really interesting, and I would like to play around with it some more :-)
As said – I think the chapter is very interesting and I like how it both describes a tool, but one of the communities using this tools and the co-development process initiated together with this community. I find the chapter to be well-written and also easy to read (good structure and flow). Having said that, I also have a few comments and ideas for how to further strengthen a good chapter (and also every time I say or write ‘having said that’ I come to think of this scene from Larry David’s ‘Curb your enthusiasm’ :-) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENHVQ2gslp8)
OK – so here goes:
7:52pm 8 May 2013 (Edited 11:44am 20 May 2013)
Link to the final version of the chapter: http://www.dtic.upf.edu/~daviniah/LdShake-BiologiaContext-revised-changestracked.docx.zip
(It's now the last version now, see below)
11:00am 20 May 2013 (Edited 11:01am 20 May 2013)
Hi, I'm reading all the chapters to make my own updates and hope you don't mind me pointing out that there are some typographical errors on your updated version (apologies if these have already been dealt with)
P1: However, a problem is that the existing tools are in disperse websites or product providers, and sometimes they may be easily unknown by the practitioners.
I assume you mean 'on diverse'. I also suggest you don't need the word 'easily'
P3: The designs used were rudimentarily edited, what was pointed as a limitation both by teachers and students.
I suggest 'which was indicated'
P4: Next section describes LdShake and how it has been extended and customized according to the needs of the Biologia en Context community.
I suggest 'The next'
P14: Hopefully, the incremental adoption of LdShake and the related projects will bring to light more evidences regarding the feasibility in real practice of the ultimate goal that is behind the focus of this book: teachers acting as learning designers immerse in culture of sharing and collaboration.
I suggest 'evidence' and 'immersed in a'
11:47am 20 May 2013 Permalink
Thanks loads for identifying these typographical errors!I have now corrected them in a new version of the manuscript athttp://www.dtic.upf.edu/~daviniah/LdShake-BiologiaContext-revised-changestracked2.docx.zip
1:54pm 5 June 2013 Permalink
Although this paper was not assigned to me, I've been reading it with attention.
I've seen the evolution from first LdShake textual version, I've trialed in 2011 and I'm glad to see that now WebCollage and exeLearning are included in the tool.
This kind of sharing tool and repository is relevant for teachers'communities of practice, in oarticular when operationalisation on their current LMS can be offered. It' not clear to me at this point if it's only a perspective of operationalization offered by METIS project and in what kind of platform? Another interesting perspective is the future availability of an API for other LD authoring tools that can open the sharing of LD among communities of of practice.
The study presented on teacher's adoption of the tool in Table 1 seems comprehensive, I was just wondering if the formulation of the question "I believe..." shows that they "think" or that "they are convinced that..." which is slightly different meaning
I'll conclude saying it's a rich and detailed work presented here that will be hepfull for our community
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