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Welcome to the FROG wiki! These documents are works in progress, and might not reflect the exact state of the code right now.
Research and introduction
- Integrating WISE simulations in FROG (9:33)
- Word selection activity (8:10)
- Pierre Dillenbourg's Keynote at EdMedia (from ~15:00 he talks about Orchestration Graphs) (35:14)
- FROG talk at Virtuelle Hochschule Symposium 2018 in Lübeck, with live demo.
- Hypothesis, RSS feeds, drag and drop (4:43)
- External operators and semantic understanding (9:31)
- Learning Items
- External operators and NLP (9:31)
- WebRTC for group communication (0:43)
- Embedding H5P activities in FROG (4:45)
- Prototype of FROG stand-alone activities with streaming analytics (22:03)
- Installation and initial setup (3:21)
- Preview functionality (10:49)
- How to use the graph editor and teacher orchestration view (17:25)
- How to create a new activity in FROG (24:30)
- 8 min video showing designing and running a graph where students work on Hypothes.is annotations
- 44 min presentation at UPF in Barcelona where Stian describes his PhD thesis, and the ideas and architecture behind FROG
- FROG: rapid prototyping of collaborative learning scenarios. EC-TEL, Tallinn, 12-15 September, 2017.
- Orchestration Graphs: Enabling Rich Social Pedagogical Scenarios in MOOCs. Learning at Scale, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, April 20-21, 2017.
Onboarding of developers
Deployment, multi-server setup
- Activity Package
- Learning Items
- Type checking
- Type definitions
- Flow of social structure
- Headless (embedded) activity API
- Versioning Activities and Operators
- Versioning Graphs
- FROG architecture - this gives you a rough overview of how the different parts fit together. It does not specify APIs etc, and many details might have changed already.
Chestnut Hill specification - we have played with the idea of making a generic specification for rich interoperability of activities and operators with other learning tools, and these are sketches. So far very loose thoughts, but happy to discuss with anyone.
- Draft of activity API - further to the Chestnut Hill specification, an extremely early draft of an activity API