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Introduction

Hello there, this is Tong. Before I start, let me ask you something, have you been frustrated with too much resources to organize? Have you had trouble searching for the right resources when you need them? or just a few right keywords to start searching when you want to learn something new?

If you have had these problems, I’d like to introduce you a powerful (gonna-be) tool that can help you. It’s called iLearn.

iLearn is designed to make the Web a learner-friendly space. As the first element of a global digital learning ecosystem, it will enable you to visualize what you know, what you are interested in, and help you navigate through your own learning path.

To improve your personal online learning experience, iLearn will also help you organize, index, and search for relevant resources and even recommend co-learners and mentors based on matching profiles.

Now if I made you curious, let’s install the iLearn extension and explore our website for more information.

Call for beta-testers

Hi there, iLearn is currently going through the developing phase, which means it is not perfect for sure, but thanks to your valuable feedback, we believe it is going to become a powerful tool for our learning planet in the future!

And right now, you have the chance, if you want to, to explore this tool and help us improve it as beta-testers! And we are super curious about how you feel and what you think about using it, so please write to us at ilearn@cri-paris.org. We are very thankful for your feedback and are welcoming any opinions, remarks and advice 😊 Can’t wait to hear from you!

How to start

Hi there, now I’m going to show you how to use iLearn.

Step 1. Installation

First of all, go to our official website, ilearn.cri-paris.org and click this button to add the iLearn extension to your web browser, if you use Chrome, click download options, here is the one for you.

And for users who use neither Chrome nor Firefox, if it’s not too much trouble, we suggest you to install either browser before adding the extension.

Step 2. Sign in with email

And then we will ask you to sign in with your email address below. For group, you can just select Beta tester. After saving your email.

Step 3. Add resources to iLearn

  • Now you can start adding resources by clicking the iLearn button. They could be articles, news, blog posts, etc., as long as you read or watch them actively. Take this page I’m reading for an example, after I read it, click, then it’s automatically saved to iLearn.

  • On this popover, you can add or delete core concepts that are extracted from the resource.

  • You can rate the difficulty level of the resource in order for us to know your level of knowledge regarding the concepts (which contributes to a personalized recommendation system.) And it’s done.

  • You can access previously added resources by clicking on the tab “My Resources” Right clicking the iLearn button also direct you to “My Resources”.

  • It works better with texts that have over 1000 words.

  • It does not work in PDFs, images or video just yet. (Coming soon!)

Step 4. Search for resources on “My Resources”

  • Here you can search for resources through concepts or keywords.
  • You can also go back to the original resource by clicking the link at the bottom of each card.

Step 5. Check out your knowledge map

  • When you go to “DISCOVER”, you can see your knowledge map, which is a visualization of your knowledge span.

  • For MOOC users, you will have access to a group map that displays the concepts added by the whole class.

  • The number of islands represent the amount of concepts you have encountered using iLearn.

  • The altitude represents your level of knowledge about concepts.

  • Grey concepts under the sea represent concepts which you haven’t added anything about.

  • The map layer of “everyone” represents all concepts that have ever been added to iLearn.

That’s it for now 😉 Now you can go ahead and start to expand your knowledge map. Have fun!

介绍

大家好,你是否因为需要整理过多的资源而感到沮丧? 你是否在需要时搜索合适的资源? 或者只是一些正确的关键词,当你想要学习新东西时开始搜索?

如果您遇到这些问题,我想向您介绍一个可以帮助您的强大(将成为)工具。 叫做 iLearn。

iLearn 旨在使网络成为一个对学习者友好的空间。 作为全球数字学习生态系统的第一个元素,它将使您能够可视化您所了解的知识,您感兴趣的内容,并帮助您浏览自己的学习路径,反思和回忆。

为了更好地改善你的个人在线学习体验,iLearn 还将帮助你组织和索引您的资源,搜索相关资源,甚至根据匹配的个人资料推荐共同学习者和导师。

如果你对 iLearn 感到好奇,请点击此处安装 iLearn 扩展程序并浏览我们的网站以获取更多信息。

呼吁测试人员

我们目前正处于开发阶段,这意味着它并不完美,但是由于您的宝贵反馈,我们相信它将成为未来学习星球的强大工具!

现在,如果您愿意,您有机会作为beta测试人员探索此工具! 我们对您的感受以及您对此的看法非常好奇,所以请发送电子邮件至 ilearn@cri-paris.org。 我们非常感谢您的反馈,并欢迎任何意见,评论和建议 😊 迫不及待地想收到您的来信!

如何开始

步骤1.安装

进入官网 ilearn.cri-paris.org 将 iLearn 扩展程序添加到您的浏览器。

  • 对于既不使用谷歌浏览器也不使用火狐的用户,我们建议您在添加扩展程序之前先安装任一浏览器。

步骤2.使用电子邮件登录

在这里,我们将要求您使用下面的电子邮件地址登录并选择“MOOC用户”。

步骤3.向iLearn添加资源

  • 现在您可以通过单击iLearn按钮开始添加资源。 这些可以是文章,新闻,博客文章等,只要您主动阅读或观看它们。

  • 在此弹出窗口中,您可以添加或删除从资源中提取的核心概念。

  • 您可以评估资源的难度级别,以便我们了解您对概念的知识水平(这有助于个性化推荐系统。)

  • 您可以通过单击“我的资源”选项卡访问以前添加的资源 右键单击iLearn按钮也可以指向“我的资源”。

  • 对于超过1000个单词的文本,它可以更好地工作。

  • 它目前还不适用于 PDF,图像或视频。(开发中)

步骤4.在“我的资源”中搜索资源

  • 您可以在此处通过概念或关键字搜索资源。
  • 您还可以通过单击每张卡底部的链接返回原始资源。

步骤5.查看您的知识地图

当您进入“发现”时,您可以看到您的知识地图,这是您知识范围的可视化。 对于MOOC用户,您将可以访问显示全班添加的概念的组映射。

  • 岛数表示您使用iLearn遇到的概念数量。
  • 海拔高度代表您对概念的了解程度。
  • 海底的灰色概念代表了你没有添加任何内容的概念。
  • “everyone”的地图图层代表所有已添加到iLearn的概念。

以上是目前可以探索的部分 😉 现在你可以开始扩展你的知识地图啦。 玩得开心!