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  • We developed two artefacts in SL for the Archaeology students.One is a Saami tent to simulate the life style of Saami people who live in Northern Scandinavia. Previously, teaching the use of social space by Saami people was largely dependent on the textbooks and 2-D images (see two pictures on the left-hand side).The two snapshots on the right-hand side show how a Saami tent has been replicated in SL. We designed two SL-tivities associated with the Saami tent, each is about an hour long. In the two activities, students were firstly introduced to the core theories about the use of space in Social Sciences, then they were given the opportunity to navigate around the tent, see the layout and division of the space, explore where they can go and where they can’t, according to gender, and interact with each other about what they found and thought.
  • Lanaguage Learning Horizon

    1. 1. Professor Gilly Salmon Pro Vice-Chancellor Learning Transformations Over the horizon for language learning:: exploring the future of language learning using three contemporary lenses
    2. 2. Video tape Travel agents Newspapers Books of road maps Wrist watches The separation of work and home Landlines. Encyclopaedias: Forgotten friends: The evening news: CDs Dedicated cameras/movies Yellow and White Pages Fax machines: One picture to a frame Hand writing Talking to one person at a time Retirement plans 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 2
    3. 3. Framework for LATT strategy 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 3 Mobility Open educational resources Digital connectedness
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    7. 7. Foot Animal (Horse/Camel) Wheel Road/Rail Air Global Communications 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 7 MOBILITY
    8. 8. COMMUNITY MOBILITY OPENNESS Annual Gatherings – Trade Knowledge Transfer Campfire Story Telling – History Transfer 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 8 First Libraries Printing Reading Web 2.0
    9. 9. CONNECTEDNESS MOBILITYOPENNESS Family Groups Tribes Nations International Alliances Global Village 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 9 Cyber Meetings
    10. 10. MOBILITYOPENNESS Family Groups Tribes Nations Foot Animal (Horse/Camel) Wheel Road/Rail International Alliances Air Global Village Global Communications - Internet Annual Gatherings – Trade & Knowledge Transfer Campfire Story Telling – History Transfer 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 10 First Libraries Printing Reading Web 2.0 CONNECTEDNESS Cyber Meetings
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    12. 12. Virtual travel 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 12 Dublin in Second Life
    13. 13. Virtual worlds for learning 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 13
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    15. 15. e-books for learning Photo: DianthusMoon, flickr I have a feeling we’re not in a Library anymore… 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 15
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    17. 17. E- book readers 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 17
    18. 18. Cost and resources for universities and distance Duckling project at Leicester • GBP 600 per student to print and ship learning resources • Max GBP 240 per student to buy, load, and ship e-reader 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 18
    19. 19. More more to come... 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 19 http://oomph.vfs.com/2012/06/the- growth-of-mobile-apps-and-cloud- computing/
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    22. 22. COMMUNITY MOBILITY OPENNESS Annual Gatherings – Trade Knowledge Transfer Campfire Story Telling – History Transfer 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 22 First Libraries Printing Reading Web 2.0/3.0
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    25. 25. Nalanda 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 25
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    29. 29. 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 29 'Domesday Book', engraving after a line drawing, from Andrew Williams, Historic Byways and Highways of Old England, 1900 A page of the Domesday Book for Warwickshire
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    31. 31. 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 31 12m results YouTube 6K results (TED)
    32. 32. 6 m results (channels) 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 32
    33. 33. 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 33 Flickr
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    40. 40. Open2study.com 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 40
    41. 41. CONNECTEDNESS MOBILITYOPENNESS Family Groups Tribes Nations International Alliances Global Village 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 41 Cyber Meetings
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    43. 43. 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 43 Stonehenge at sunset
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    45. 45. Massive Games 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 45 A Guild in ‘Final Fantasy’
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    47. 47. Virtual Classrooms 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 47
    48. 48. MOBILITYOPENNESS Family Groups Tribes Nations Foot Animal (Horse/Camel) Wheel Road/Rail International Alliances Air Global Village Global Communications - Internet Annual Gatherings – Trade & Knowledge Transfer Campfire Story Telling – History Transfer 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 48 First Libraries Printing Reading Web 2.0 CONNECTEDNESS Cyber Meetings
    49. 49. Framework for LATT strategy 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 49 Mobility Open educational resources There’s much more to come... Digital connectedness
    50. 50. Tim Berners Lee “So how do we plan for a better future, better for society? We ensure that that both technological protocols and social conventions respect basic values. That Web remains a universal platform: independent of any specific hardware device, software platform, language, culture, or disability. That the Web does not become controlled by a single company - or a single country” Link: http://www.masternewmedia.org/news/2007/03/15/the_importance_of_free_open.htm#ixzz1J6f1EXgA Tim Berners Lee 2007 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 50
    51. 51. http://hossainunt.files.wordpr ess.com/2012/03/croppedab beydress10_610x700.jpg 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 51
    52. 52. More to come... 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 52 Layering information over your field of view...
    53. 53. http://www.euronews.com/2013/02/21/worl d-gets-first-look-at-google-glass/ 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 53
    54. 54. Augmenting Reality 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 54 http://www.howstuffworks.com/augmented-reality.htm
    55. 55. 3D object printing 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 55 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJA6J5girlo
    56. 56. http://edtechdigest.wordpress.com/2012/05/10/learning-analytics-the-future-is-now/ 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 56
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    58. 58. Approaches to change • Retro-movement Let’s return...to the order of the past • Defenders of the status quo Just keep going, carry on regardless, grounded in the mainstream of scientific materialism • Advocates of individual and collective change Break the no longer appropriate patterns of the past and tune into our highest future possibilities – and being to operate from that place...? 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 58
    59. 59. Working with emerging futures 1. Upward connection Connecting to inspiration, sparks of intuition and intent 2. Horizon connection Listening to the feedback from the context 3. Downward or local connection Engaging in and learning from locally embedded fast-cycle connections From Scharmer 2009 p,213 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 59
    60. 60. Changing ourselves: Quantum leaping “Don’t confuse existing forms with the functions that they enable. It’s the functions that matter. Forms may be transient, the product of historical or technological circumstances” John Naughton 2009 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 60
    61. 61. Creating the future through learning design 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 61
    62. 62. Fully Digital Integrated Campus focus 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 62
    63. 63. 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 63 E-moderating.com E-tivities.com
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    65. 65. • Carpe Diem – –New pedagogical models –designing together for creating the future 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 65 http://www.gillysalmon.com/carpe-diem.html
    66. 66. Professor Gilly Salmon Gillysalmon@swin.edu.au
    67. 67. “Never doubt the power of a small group of people to change the world. Nothing else ever has.” Margaret Mead “Be the change you want to see in the world” Mahatma Ghandi 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 67 No budgets or humans were harmed in the making of this presentation “Every society honours its live conformists and its dead troublemakers." Mignon McLaughlin
    68. 68. Thanks and acknowledgements • Carpe Diem is based on original research by Prof Gilly Salmon at the Universities of Glasgow Caledonian, Bournemouth and Anglia Ruskin. It was developed further at the Universities of Leicester, Southern Queensland, Northampton and Swinburne University of Technology. See E-tivities 2nd Edition 2013 (available June) chapter 5. www.e-tivities.com Web site for Carpe Diem gillysalmon/carpe-diem Carpe Diem and 5 stage model images by Rod Angood www.visiondirecting.com • http://www.open.ac.uk/personalpages/mike.sharples/Reports/Innovating_Pedagogy_report_July_2012.p df Innovating Pedagogy http://oro.open.ac.uk/36988/ • Digital Resilience in Higher Education • Naughton, J. (2009). The future of newspapers (and lots more besides). Available at: http://memex.naughtons.org/archives/2009/03/17/6998. • Mobile stats for Australia http://www.smartinsights.com/mobile-marketing/mobile-marketing- analytics/mobile-marketing-statistics/ • www.gillysalmon.com 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 68
    69. 69. References & acknowledgements with thanks • Scharmer, C. O. (2009) Theory U : Leading from the future as it emerges. San Francisco: BK Publishers Inc • Cochrane, P. 1998 108 Tips for time travellers Orton Business Publishers London • Stille, A. 2002 The Future of the Past Picador: London • Holmes, R. (2008) The Age of Wonder Harper Collins London • http://www.poodwaddle.com/clocks/worldclock/ • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Colossus.jpg • http://www.computerhistory.org/core/explorethecollection/ • http://wikieducator.org/OERF:Home • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Ancientlibraryalex.jpg • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gutenberg.jpg • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Printer_in_1568-ce.png • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Nalanda_University_India_ruins.jpg • http://www.mermaiddiaries.com/2006/11/siteseeing-and-exploring.html • Berners-Lee quotes from orginal speech given by Tim Berners-Lee before the United States House of Representatives - Committee on Energy and Commerce (Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet). First published on the website of the CSAIL Decentralized Information Group (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). • http://www.census.gov/cgi-bin/ipc/pcwe • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_computing • http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail • http://www.loveinfographics.com/categories/celebrity-infographics/kevin-bacon-six-degrees-of-separation-infographic-infographic • http://stevendkrause.com/2012/07/20/even-more-mooc-mooc-mooc-chronicle-article-explains-the-business-model/ • http://www.convergemag.com/policy/MOOCs-Here-to-Stay.html 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 69
    70. 70. Language learning/ OERS/apps • http://coerll.utexas.edu/coerll/ • https://sites.google.com/site/maineworldlanguages/ • http://englishbridges.net/article/jozef-colpaert-oers- language-learning-and-teaching-why-do-teachers- have-mixed-feelings • http://oedb.org/library/features/80-oer-tools/ • http://vimeo.com/39411078 • http://online.wsj.com/article/SB100014241278873235 39804578264274265609396.html 4th July 2013 Over the Horizon GillySalmon 70

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