Output – CLAReT – Personas


Pages: all

Date Released: not known

URI for Output: http://www.claret.ecs.soton.ac.uk/presentations/CLAReT%20PERSONAS.ppt

Summary of contents:

The output contains persona and corresponding scenarios for six end users of a system managing digital learning materials in the context of language learning. The personae were used in the context of roleplay in workshops to develop and test the concept/ domain map of language learning in HE.

The personae provide a useful reference for system desginers in this domain.

Output – CLAReT – Concept map

Title: CLAReT Language Learning and Teaching Concept Map

Pages: online interactive diagram

Date Released: not known

URI for Output: http://clare3.eprints.org/wiki-concepts.html

Summary of contents:
This is a nested concept map for the domain of language learning which supports structured resource browsing. There are 10 core concepts each typically expanding down two or three levels, and each level typically has four nodes. Each concept can retrieve all the resources from its sub-nodes.

This offers an alternative browse structure and innovative user interface to support the discovery of unknown content. It is not known how transferable or widely available this interface is.

Project – CLAReT

Project Name: CLAReT (Contextualised Learning Repository Tools)

Programme Name: Repositories and Preservation Programme

Strand: Information Environment

JISC Project URI: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/reppres/tools/claret.aspx
Project URI: http://www.claret.ecs.soton.ac.uk/index.htm

Start Date: 1 Oct 2006
End Date: 31 Oct 2007

Governance: JIIE

Contact Name and Role: Dr. Yvonne Howard, Project Manager

Brief project description:
“CLARET will develop a  prototype web service that can enable visual exploration and the use of social bookmarking of contextual metadata in a repository context.
The CLARET project will also explore the relationship between Learning Object Contextual metadata and the teaching and learning context as defined by working with practitioners. ”

Name of Trawler: John


Please note this project led to the subsequent FAROES project