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Higher Ed 2.0: Don Tapscott & USC Higher Ed 2.0: Don Tapscott & USC Presentation Transcript

  • HIGHER ED 2.0:Innovating the 21st Century UniversityDon Tapscott Russell KaurlotoChairman, Moxie Insight Deputy CIO, USC@dtapscott 1 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Webinar Logistics Thank you for joining today! Submit questions via the WebEx Chat panel & Twitter - #MoxieCast Session will be recorded and sent to attendees with presentation
  • 3 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Current Crisis 4 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • 5 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • A Turning Point in History:Rebooting Our Institutions 6 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • The Rise of the Age of Networked Intelligence Agrarian Industrial Age of Age Age Networked Intelligence Printing Press Internet 7 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Four Drivers for Change THE TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION THE THE ECONOMIC NET REVOLUTION GENERATION THE SOCIAL REVOLUTION 8 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Agenda 1.Rethinking Pedagogy 2.Rethinking Knowledge Creation 3.Rethinking Operations 9 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • ‘One Size Fits All’ Lectures 10 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • The Model of Pedagogy:The Reinvention of Education OLD NEW Teacher focused Student focused One-way Multi-way One size fits all Customized Student Isolated Collaborative 11 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Collaborative Learning in Portugal 12 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Collaborative Learning in Portugal 13 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Agenda 1.Rethinking Pedagogy 2.Rethinking Knowledge Creation 3.Rethinking Operations 14 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • The ‘Meta-University’ “ With the growing open access movement we are seeing the early emergence of a meta-university – a transcendent, accessible, empowering, dynamic, communally constructed framework of open materials and platforms on which much of higher education worldwide can ” be constructed or enhanced. -- Charles M. Vest, President Emeritus, MIT 15 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • The ‘Meta-University’: OpenCourseWare 16 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Agenda 1.Rethinking Pedagogy 2.Rethinking Knowledge Creation 3.Rethinking Operations 17 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • A New Operating Platformto Power the Collaborative Enterprise People Domain Social Networking Centric Centric Centric ERP Decision Document Centric Centric Centric Process Business Intelligence Predictive Analytics Centric Centric Centric 18 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • A New Operating Platformto Power the Collaborative Enterprise 1. Personal Profiles (based on people) 2. Industrial Strength Social Networking 3. Blogging and Microblogging 4. Wikis and Document Co-creation 5. Ideastorms 6. Team Project Tools 7. Deliberation-Decision Making 8. New Generation Knowledge Management 9. IT Integration and Administration 19 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Collaborative Working Spaces 20 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Crisis of LeadershipParadigm shifts involvedislocation, conflict, confusion, uncertainty.New paradigms are nearly always received with coolness, evenmockery or hostility. Those with vested interests fight thechange. The shift demands such a different view of things that last to beestablished leaders are oftenwon over, if at all. 21 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
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  • dtapscott@moxieinsight.com(416) 863-8801Twitter: @dtapscottwww.moxieinsight.comwww.dontapscott.com 24 | © 2011 The Tapscott Group. All Rights Reserved.
  • Webinar Wrap Up Thank you for your time Continue the discussion on Twitter: #MoxieCast & @MoxieSoft Session recording and presentation will be sent via email Contact Moxie: • info@moxiesoft.com • North America: 1.800.474.1149 • Europe: +44 (0)870 904 1122