ILDE, Integrated Learning Design Environment, http://ilde.upf.edu/about/
ILDE is community environment that offers teaching practitioners multiple conceptualization, authoring and implementation functions for the creation of learning designs and their automatic deployment in VLEs. Community functions include sharing and co-edition of designs and the creation of groups to organize collaboration among practitioners. The designs shared in the community can be browsed using diverse types of filters and visualizations to facilitate their exploration and reuse. This collection of functions in a single environment tries to overcome obstacles for adoption (related to tooling) of learning design, calling for multiple design options and support for the whole learning design life cycle. To achieve such an integrated learning design environment, ILDE integrates existing free- and open-source tools derived from previous learning design research.
ILDE is built on top of
LdShake: A site where teachers (LdShakers) co-edit and share Learning design Solutions (LdS)
Visit LdShake site –> http://ldshake.upf.edu
- Hernández-Leo, D.; Asensio-Pérez, J.I.; Derntl, M., Prieto, L.P.; Chacón, J.; ILDE: Community Environment for Conceptualizing, Authoring and Deploying Learning Activities. In: Proceedings of 9th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, EC-TEL 2014, Graz, Austria, September 2014, pp. 490-493.
- Hernández-Leo, D.; Moreno, P.; Chacón, J.; Blat, J.; LdShake support for team-based learning design, Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 37, August 2014, Pages 402–412.
- Hernández-Leo, D., et al.. LdShake: Learning design solutions sharing and co-edition, Computers & Education, 57(4), 2011, p. 2249-2260.
- Hernández-Leo, D.; Abenia, P.; Moreno, P.; Chacón, J.; Blat, J. Let’s shake on it: can we support co-edition and sharing using diverse learning design editors within the same platform? The Art & Science of Learning Design Workshop, LKL, London, 13-14 October 2011.