Series2_SCLDA_Youth_LearningSystems_Matrix
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Digital Resource / Platform Analysis
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Digital Resource / Platform Analysis
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Youth Target - Age Range 13-17
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Focus Element: Learner Actions
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SYSTEM CAPABILITIES AND FEATURESD2LBrianPopDocsTeachOER CommonsOpenEDSumAdditional Information
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KEY = Yes(Y), No(N), Partial(P)YNPInfo.YNPInfo.YNPInfo.YNPInfo.YNPInfo.
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Learner Actions31611617113214152212882103
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Learner Access Methods
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Individual learner accounts (self or adult mitigated)11Requires subscription1115
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Class learner accounts (class code for learner or teacher activated)11Requires subscription1"If you’d like for your students to see or complete a series of activities, create a Classroom and share the unique web address, or classroom code for the iPad app, for that Classroom."11Options to create student accounts or share class code3
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Class rostering (multiple rosters, internal access/performance data, grading)111113
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SIS integration (performance data integrates with external SIS)1Import a set of users from a TXT or CSV file1"While we don’t offer uploading students at the individual teacher or class level, we have an Admin Dashboard that can help with this! The Admin Dashboard allows the subscription admin to upload student (and teacher) accounts at the school level via CSV. Then students will just need to enter a class code the first time they log in to join a class."111Integrates with Google Classroom, and some LMSs (i.e. Canvas)0
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OTHER (add below)Subscription to 'premium' site available
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Import / Upload Features
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Add URLs111113
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Upload files1Have 'locker' space to store/organize/save uploads11Images113
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Upload new resources111Images114
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Upload related content111114
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OTHER (add below)Brightspace Learning Repository enables you to
aggregate materials from any number of sources
including content publishers, other repositories, open
educational resources, and libraries.
Using the system tool 'Open Author' to combine text, pictures, sounds, files, and video, and save them as openly licensed educational resources.Contributing resources (video, games, audio, other) is done with content URL.
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Export / Download
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Export to or view resources in other online tools or platforms111Using specific URL provided to the activity user designed114
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Download local copies of resources for use outside the platform1Owner' of content has control over who has access to the
material and how it can be used – whether it can be
downloaded, modified, or linked-to only.
11Ability to download and/or print1"OER often have a Creative Commons or GNU license to let you know how the material may be used, reused, adapted, and shared. "1Ability to print resources3
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OTHER (add below)
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Reuse / Remix / Modify
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Indivual resources cannot be modified or sequenced111111
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Individual resources cannot be modified but can be organized into customs sets or sequences11Teachers can choose from resources provided: using concept map, informational text, etc.111Video and game resources2
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Individual resources cannot be modified but can be annotated to supplement or supplant existing metadata111Through building the activities teachers can embed questions, hints and text on the documents to prompt studens111
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Individual Resources can be modified and assembled into derivative resources with customized annotation1111Robust editing tools and ability to 'remix' and 'customize' content1Assessments and Homework can be 'cloned' and modified.3
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OTHER (add below)
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Learner Progress / Achievement
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Learner can monitor progress111113
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Learner can share progress11"On select GameUp titles, students can use the SnapThought® tool to take snapshots of their play and then write a reflection on what they’ve done or answer a prompt. These snapshots are also tracked by My BrainPOP."1113
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System set benchmarks / milestones11111When using resources, homework, assessments pre-loaded3
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User set benchmarks / milestones11Teachers with 'full subscriptions' can use the Mixer to write their own quizzes111Ability to manipulate pre-loaded resources, and/or add user created resources3
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Learner's achievements receive simple documentation (verification page, notification, etc.)111113
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Learner's achievements receive digital documentation (in-system portofolio of tasks)11111Viewed on mastery dashboard2
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Learner's achievements can be shared (simple or digital)11Using the 'SnapThought' tool111"Share with parents" feature2
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Learner badges (subscribes to mozilla or other badging service)1Mozilla Backpack11111
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Learner certifications (linked to external recognized certifications)111110
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OTHER (add below)User created activities are shared with learners via unique URL; however nothing is tracked within the platform from the learner experience. Platform really doesn't provide learner interaction. Platform allows teacher to build content to share/collaborate within, but use lessons in a classroom or other platform.
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User Activity Management
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Display user activities with profile1Set parameters on Profile Card1Movie watching history and scores on quizzes1112
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User ranking or designation based upon usage/performance levels111111
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User followers / favorited listed to public111You can keep track of student responses in the Log, and how many teachers and other users have favorited your activity110
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OTHER (add below)
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User Authoring / Creation Tools
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Create and publish written content (blog post, review, essay,etc) 11Comments and Discussions1114
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Create and publish a mixed media presentation111113
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Share a video presentation111113
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Create and share notes or learning reflections as a resource or activity annotation111115
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Create and share general notes or learning reflections111115
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Learner content can have mixed sharing permissions11Teachers can 'block' content through firewall1Activities are shared through unique URL so ability to limit sharing is available.1Using Microsites12
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Templates provided1Including replace strings11Suggestions' throughout creation1Table of Contents when creating 14
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Curricular Integration
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Resources can be organized into learner activities within the platform11System generates most content, but teacher can choose to use additional resources and organize how they prefer.1114
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Learners can take assessments within the platform111113
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Learner performance on activities can be graded within the platform11Mulitple-choice graded automatically, open-response alerts the teacher to grade and provide feedback111Ability to assign additional resources as needed3
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Learners engage singular instructional activities within the platform111114
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Learners can engage in a series of related instructional activities (units of study or full course) within the platform1Teacher/User can design full courses1Content is organized into 'themes', so the ability exists to create a 'unit'1User can create classroom with variety of related activities to share with students11Teacher' would need to build these pathways with resources2
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