ust left Barecelona following an intense and enjoyable few days at OpenEd 2010 where I presented the Drawtivity project. Thanks to those who attended my presentation. Here are my slides:
It was great to meet up with some old friends, learn more about the current thinking in the open education movement and finally meet Scott Leslie having been in touch and influenced by Scott several years ago now.
I’ve just sent my Drawtivity poster for this September’s ALT-C 2010 conference to the printers. I’m looking forward to the conference again this year and hope to get lots of interest in this exciting new system. If you are attending please do call by during the poster session! In the meantime here is a preview of the poster (fingers crossed there aren’t any typos!)
I am very pleased to announce that the Drawtivity authoring system is now available for beta testing. This means you can now create yourself an account and start creating and using your own Drawtivity activities. I am looking for feedback on any and all aspects of the authoring process so please do have a go and let me know how it goes and how it could be improved!
To start go to the Drawtivity system home page and create a free authoring account.
Below is a short (5 minute) overview of the authoring process to help you get started.
We are very pleased and excited to announce that the Webducate project to create an e-learning authoring tool called Drawtivity has been awarded funding by the Talis Incubator for Open Education. This project aims to create a new form of web based authoring system that offers functionality to facilitate the open reuse and adaptation of all authored activities. Drawtivity activities themselves will involve the participant marking out a line or area on an image and then receiving feedback on the accuracy of their attempt through seeing a correct answer and a percentage accuracy score. Watch this space for more information soon.