SAPO Campus

22 Dezembro 2014
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SAPO Campus is an integrated Web 2.0 services platform based on user-generated content production and aggregation for use in Higher Education. Upon an independent and open set of social core Web 2.0 services lies a set of aggregation services integrated in a widget-based platform that materializes itself as an institutionally supported Personal Learning Environment (PLE).

We argue that integration and institutional dissemination of this type of technologies could have the effect of promoting a closer relation between and across different academic community members and also the effect of promoting an almost inexistent connection with external communities. This type of connections are invaluable in order to be able to setup a more Open & Social Learning (OSL), Education and University.
We strongly believe that effective and affective connections would not arise if Institutions setup the concept of OSL only supported by a model of Open Education Resources. From our point of view OSL demands to go further and to be able to open and share experiences, promoting an evolution towards a no-walls school. Each learner has a significant amount of implicit and explicit information that can be relevant to the community. Users should share the final result but also should learn to share the process. The learning experience as a whole could be meaningful for others to learn with.

One of the main ideas behind SAPO Campus is to allow the establishment of links across PLE members and to help them evolve towards a more integrated learning experience supported by a Shared PLE (ShaPLE) through dynamic, community-wide sharing and recommendation features and also through an active participation of people outside of formal academic groups or communities.

SAPO Campus (20150113)

Responsável: Prof. Carlos Santos

Instituição: Universidade de Aveiro

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