QSIA, Simulation and Games שיזף רפאלי Sheizaf Rafaeli sheizaf@rafaeli.net http://sheizaf.rafaeli.net InfoSoc, Univ. of Haifa המרכז לחקר חברת המידע אוניברסיטת

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  • QSIA, Simulation and Games

    Sheizaf Rafaeli sheizaf@rafaeli.nethttp://sheizaf.rafaeli.net InfoSoc, Univ. of Haifa Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • ?What is the Vision? ,

    More Efficient? Newer?EasierCheaper?Faster? Further? Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • Some Insights Technology changingStudents are changingInstructors are changingCurriculum is changingConstraints are changing

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  • ?What Not , No technological imperative No Technological Determinism , The Personal Computer is Neither , Analog replaced by Digital, Bits replacing Atoms Technoogists dont get it either ( Negropontes Switch )" " Medium does not replace medium ( , ) , , ) : Content isnt king anymore Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

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  • Milestones

    1997200020022003200420051999Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • Frances CairncrossSheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

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  • Threats

    Privacy Info overload , , Hacks Intellectual Property Addiction (?) , Theft Harrassment Terrorism Digital Divide Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • , ( ) Cooperation, Collaboration, Sharing Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • Computer Assisted Teaching?Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

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  • ( ") Info flow from teachers (and publishers) to students Info flow among students Information sharing among teachersSheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • ()GranularityComponent Lesson Module Course Program Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • : Proposed responses

    (Wikis), QSIA, Games and Simulations (), , Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • Wiki? What is a Wiki Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • The Wisdom of CrowdsSheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • QSIA - Questions, Sharing (Study), Interaction, and Assessment also means question in Hebrew Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • , , QSIA is an open online system to enable and study information sharing . .QSIA operates in the e-learning domain. It fosters learning & collaboration via recommendation. It was designed to enhance communities of both teachers and learners , , , , , "Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • , , Research Interest in information sharing, value of information, and CMC in organizational contexts Pedagogical philosophy: next generation e-learning Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • : , Scary , ? Costly , Complicated -? Discriminatory? ? ? Limited, limiting?

    Rafaeli, S. and Tractinsky, N. (1989): "Computerized tests and time: Measuring, Limiting and providing visual cues for response time in on-line questioning", Behaviour and Information Technology, 8(5):335-351.

    Rafaeli, S. and Tractinsky, N. (1991): "Time in computerized tests: A multitrait, multimethod investigation of general-knowledge and mathematical reasoning on-line examination," Computers in Human Behavior, 7:215-225.

    Hamilton, Klein, Lorie (2002) Using Web-based testing for large scale assessment: http://www.rand.org/publications/IP/IP196/IP196.pdf

    Disadvantages of online testing ?Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

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  • : , , , , , , () , , , Numerous Advantages of Online Testing!Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • : , , , , , , () , , , Numerous Advantages of Online Testing!Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • : QSIA serves 3 target audiences

    Students .Independent studies, or via predefined assignments

    Teachers . .Collaborative managing of knowledge items, assignments

    () Administrators Managing the knowledge and the groups using it System Philosophy:Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

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  • Qualities and advantages:

    QSIA enables the creation, storage and retrieval of a variety of knowledge items. Questions can be open or closed, true/false, multiple choice, matched pairs and 20 other forms. The system provides immediate feedback. It emphasizes reuse and progressive improvement of the materials.

    QSIA allows multilingual and multimedia flexibility.

    QSIA allows managing knowledge items in an efficient manner, encouraging partners to add and delete to their view of a common resource.

    QSIA allows individual or guided learning. Sage on the Stage to Guide on the Side to Colleague in the League. Both online and offline modes are available.

    QSIA permits collaboration in the creation and use of knowledge items.Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • " QSIA implementationsIn Israel and abroad Over 5000 users, who are members in over 300 groups.

    We have over 35,000 items, categorized in over 100 knowledge areas.

    Hundreds of assignments have taken place in QSIA Chemistry teachers, several high schools Electronic Commerce courses, Graduate School of Business, Haifa, Israel, Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion; Rafael industries; Cyprus International Institute of Managememnt; University of Michigan; Ben Gurion University; New Jersey Institute of Technology. English for undergraduates, all Universities in Israel Organizational Behavior course, Technion, Haifa, Israel. MIS course, the school for practical engineering, Ruppin College, Israel; Ben Gurion; Bar Ilan Turkish Language course, the Faculty of Humanities, Univ. of Haifa, Israel; General and Systematic Pathology course, The Faculty of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University; Israel; Initial work on use in History, Literacy, Computer Literacy and a few other domains. Statistics, Research Methods, moreSheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

  • Sheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *PAPERS ON QSIA 1.Rafaeli, S., Dan-Gur, Y. & Barak, M. (2005). Finding friends among recommenders: Social and "Black-Box" recommender systems", International Journal of Distance Education Technologies (IJDET), Special Issue on Knowledge Management Technologies for E-learning: Exploiting Knowledge Flows and Knowledge Networks for Learning, 3(2), 30-47.2.Barak, M. & Rafaeli, S. (2004). Online question-posing and peer-assessment as means for web-based knowledge sharing in learning, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 61(1), 84-103. 3.Rafaeli, S., Barak, M., Dan-Gur, Y. and Toch, E. (2004). QSIA - A web-based environment for learning, assessing and knowledge sharing in communities, 43(3), 273-289. 4.Rafaeli, S., Barak, M. Dan-Gur, Y. & Toch E. (2003). Knowledge sharing and online assessment, E-Society Proceedings of the 2003 IADIS conference IADIS e-Society 2003, pp. 257-266.5.Rafaeli, S., Dan-Gur, Y., Noy, A., Raban, D., Ravid, G. (2002). Simulations in Internet Research:Value and Sharing of Information, Social Facilitation, Friends and Neighbors. A panel in AoIR 3.0, Maastricht, Netherlands.(unpublished).6. Rafaeli, S., Dan-Gur, Y. (2002). Advising Groups in Recommender Systems, Proceedings of the Doctoral Consortium in the 6th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2002), Tokyo, Japan.

  • Some Initial Research FindingsRafaeli, S., Barak, M., Dan-Gur, Y. and Toch, E. (2004) QSIA - A Web-based environment for learning, assessing and knowledge sharing in communities, Computers and Education

    Barak, M. & Rafaeli, S. (2004) Online Question-Posing and Peer-Assessment as Means for Web-based Knowledge Sharing in Learning, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies

    Rafaeli, S., Dan-Gur, Y. And Barak, M. (2005) "Finding friends among recommenders:Social and "Black-Box" recommender systems", Journal of Distance Education Technologies, Vol. 2, N. 4 Special Issue on Knowledge Management Technologies for E-learning: Exploiting knowledge flows and knowledge networks for learning. Dan-Gur3, ,Y. Arnon Afek, Iris Barshack, Edward C. Klatt, Sheizaf Rafaeli 3, PhD; Ilan Hammel (in press, 2008) Constructivism as a Paradigm for Teaching and Learning Pathology. Academic MedicineSheizaf Rafaeli, http://rafaeli.net *

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  • DanGur, Hammel, Rafaeli, March 2006*QSIA as a Recommender SystemRecommender Systems (a.k.a reputation or colaboration systems) recommend, in a personalized manner, relevant items to users from large number of alternatives. Working examples: web resources, movies, books, tourism choicesIs it all about frivolity? What about risky choices?

  • DanGur, Hammel, Rafaeli, March 2006*Are RS Oracles? Mostly soci