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Title: Barriers to innovation in online pedagog
Authors: Christie, Michael
Garrote Jurado, Ramon
Department: University of Borås. Centre for Learning and Teaching
Issue Date: 2009
Journal Title: European Journal of Engineering Education
ISBN: 0304-3797
Volume: 34
Issue: 3
Pages: 273–279
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd.
Media type: text
Publication type: conference paper, peer reviewed
Keywords: online learning
pedagogical use of learning management systems
engineering education
Subject Category: Subject categories::Social Sciences
Subject categories::Pedagogy::Pedagogy
Subject categories::Social Sciences::Social Sciences
Area of Research: Engineering Education
Strategic Research Area: Teacher education and education work
Abstract: In this paper the authors analyse the design and implementation of a course about learning management systems (LMS). The course was first given in Cuba and then in Guatemala and Peru, within the project USo+I: Universidad, Sociedad e Innovación, Mejora de la pertinencia de la educación en las ingenierías de Latinoamérica financed by the European Union's ALFA III program. In the course only open educational resources (OER) were used and all course material was stored on USB drives together with the needed software. All programs were executable directly from the memory to meet any problems of limited access to the Internet. Problem based learning was used, with the course divided into two weeks of on campus lectures and workshops followed by distance learning for three months, altogether corresponding to ten weeks of full time studies. The authors propose the term LiveUSB Mediated Education (LUME) for a course package, with course material and software contained on the same USB drive. The participants' opinions about the course and their perceptions about LMS and OER were investigated in order to determine the extent to which the LUME method can facilitate cost-effective computer aided education, especially in developing countries.
Description: Copy available on request from the author.
DOI: 10.1080/03043790903038841
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2320/9521
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