On this page, EuroPLOT makes available to the public the resources that have been created in this project. These are primarily learning resources, tools and documentation produced by the project.
PLOTMaker has been developed by London Metropolitan University based on the GLOMaker tool. It allows to create learning objects, following established practise and enabling the conscious use of persuasive design elements.
The most recent version of PLOTMaker can be downloaded here. Other versions of GLOMaker are available on the official GLOMaker site.
The PLOTMaker tool requires Adobe Air. This link leads to an Adobe Air version from 9.December 2013. Other Adobe Air version are available on the official Adobe Air website.
For playing GLOs (created with GLOMaker and PLOTMaker) on Android, please download the mobile GLO player.
PLOTLearner is the tool that has been developed by Aalborg University for language learning. It is based on the EMDROS database which allows access to an annotated large textual corpus.
The official PLOTLearner website is at http://eplot.3bmoodle.dk. In the download section of that site you can find the PLOTLearner executable, the source code, and an learning object for the Hebrew Bible.
Persuasive Learning Objects from the Case Studies
Here are all the learning objects which have been developed during the EuroPLOT project in various case studies. An overview document of these is available as a Word file.
These sets of PLOTs were developed for the Kaj Munk Museum. Set #1 depicts various locations of the museum.
(requires PLOTLearner 2.1.0)
Persuasive Hebrew Bible Learning Course
Download all files (462 MB).
|#1||What is an exposure scenario?||Margrethe Winther-Nielsen (DHI)||download|
|#2||Use descriptor system||Margrethe Winther-Nielsen (DHI)||download|
|#3||Exposure scenario content||Margrethe Winther-Nielsen (DHI)||download|
|#4||Use covered by exposure scenario?||Margrethe Winther-Nielsen (DHI)||download|
|#5||Scaling||Margrethe Winther-Nielsen (DHI)||download|
|#6||Communication Strategy||Margrethe Winther-Nielsen (DHI)||download|
|#7||ICR method||Margrethe Winther-Nielsen (DHI)||download|
|#8||DPD+ method||Margrethe Winther-Nielsen (DHI)||download|
These learning objects are for teaching academic business computing, in particular SQL. They can be downloaded as ZIP files, and their contents need to be extracted and can be either run locally or be placed onto a web server. The GLO source code is included for each of the learning objects.
| #1 |
|Entity Relationship Modelling (ERM/ERD)|
The Normalisation Process
|Mekala Soosay (LeedsMet)||download|
|#4||Queries which join tables||Jaroslava Mikulecka (UHK)||download|
|#5||Queries with recursive joins||Jaroslava Mikulecka (UHK)||download|
|#6||Queries with outer joins||Jaroslava Mikulecka (UHK)||download|
|#7||Sub-queries||Jaroslava Mikulecka (UHK)||download|
|#8||Grouping data||Jaroslava Mikulecka (UHK)||download|
|#9||Views||Jaroslava Mikulecka (UHK)||download|
|D1.2||Interim Progress Report||April 2012||view / download|
|D1.3||Final Project Report||December 2013||view / download|
|D2.5||This resource base||2010-2013|
|D2.6||Conference IWEPLET 2013||16.-17.9.2013|
|D3.3||Sandra Burri Gram-Hansen: Persuasive Learning Design Framework||April 2012||view / download|
|D6.2||EuroPLOT Resource Collection - Documentation||October 2013||view / download|
|D7.3||Erich Herber: Final Evaluation Report||December 2013||view / download|