Designing Learning Tools - Methodological Insights

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Doctoral dissertation presentation from the public examination of the thesis on December 7th 2010 at the Aalto University School of Art and Design.

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<ul><li>1.Designing Learning Tools - Methodological Insights <br />Teemu Leinonen<br /></li></ul> <p>2. Ilya Yfimovich Repin (1844-1930): Portrait of Leo Tolstoy in His Study, Moscow, The State Literature Museum<br />3. Designing Learning Tools - Methodological Insights <br />Teemu Leinonen<br />4. Ilya Yfimovich Repin (1844-1930): Portrait of Leo Tolstoy in His Study, Moscow, The State Literature Museum<br />5. What are the key findings of the study?<br />How did I get the findings?<br />6. 7. MobilED: Mobile audio wiki <br />Future Learning Environment 3 (Fle3): <br />Web-based toolset for <br />collaborative knowledge building<br />LeMill: Web community for <br />Collaborative authoring of <br />open educational resources<br />Experimental online class on Wikiversity: <br />Mashup and remix of several social tools <br />to create an open online learning <br />community <br />8. The Key Findings<br />Design research relying on practice should follow a certain research-based design process,<br />designers should aim and accept that design is often based on informed guessing, and <br />designers should be aware of the need to move between different knowledge interests. <br />9. The Key Findings<br />Design research relying on practice should follow a certain research-based design process,<br />designers should aim and accept that design is often based on informed guessing, and <br />designers should be aware of the need to move between different knowledge interests. <br />10. The Key Findings<br />Design research relying on practice should follow a certain research-based design process,<br />designers should aim and accept that design is often based on informed guessing, and <br />designers should be aware of the need to move between different knowledge interests. <br />11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. The Key Findings<br />Design research relying on practice should follow a certain research-based design process,<br />designers should aim and accept that design is often based on informed guessing, and <br />designers should be aware of the need to move between different knowledge interests. <br />17. The Key Findings<br />Design research relying on practice should follow a certain research-based design process,<br />designers should aim and accept that design is often based on informed guessing, and <br />designers should be aware of the need to move between different knowledge interests. <br />18. 19. The Key Findings<br />Design research relying on practice should follow a certain research-based design process,<br />designers should aim and accept that design is often based on informed guessing, and <br />designers should be aware of the need to move between different knowledge interests. <br />20. The Key Findings<br />Design research relying on practice should follow a certain research-based design process,<br />designers should aim and accept that design is often based on informed guessing, and <br />designers should be aware of the need to move between different knowledge interests. <br />21. 22. How did I get the findings?<br />23. 24. 25. Charlie Chaplin as "The Tramp" in Modern Times 1936. Copyright Charlie Chaplin <br />26. Yann Arthus-Bertrand (2005): Earth from Above. Photo by Pauliina Seppl.<br /></p>

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