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SAPO Campus session at the UNESCO OSL Seminar
The SAPO Campus project will be presented at the VI International Seminar on Open and Social Learning, promoted by the UNESCO Chair in e-Learning UOC.

Take a look at our proposal for the demonstration session and feel free to give us some feedback :)


Rethinking Open and Social Learning and institutional supported technologies: the case of SAPO Campus (Carlos Santos, Luís Pedro)


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 services (photo and video sharing, blogs, wiki, social bookmarking) lies a set of aggregation services (rss reader, portfolio, assessment, presence manager) integrated in a widget-based platform, labelled as an institutionally supported Personal Learning Environment (PLE).


Although SAPO Campus is an institutionally supported service, it’s core concept lies in the promotion of open and social learning. Several hashtags may be used to define the promotion of these broader concepts in SAPO Campus, at an institutional and personal level:


#Institutional: All users from the community are equal and have the same privileges in the platform (dilution of hierarchy); Core services are open and free for all of the community, without prior requirements or technocracies; All user-generated content is (un)protected, by default, by a non-restrictive CC license; Wide-open consumption and participation of (and in) core services means that everyone everywhere can view and talk about content, tearing down the metaphorical walls that typically surround the institution space.


#Personal: Promotion of an active and autonomous construction of a personal and meaningful learning environment (technologically supported by the institution), keeping an open and optional gateway to the integration of curricula supported by Web 2.0 technologies; Opening the PLE environment, and thus introducing dynamic, community-wide sharing and recommendation features; Automatic and user-managed mechanisms which promote an accurate understanding/accountability of the progressive management of the user’s Digital Identity.


Within a PLE/PLN conceptual model, SAPO Campus tries to balance and compromise institutional concerns and responsibilities with an open, personal and social learning experience. The vision of what SAPO Campus should be has been continuously updated through an iterative and user-driven participatory design development process, based on the feedback of the community and in the involvement of graduate students in the development team.





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