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A university in the digital world

  1. 1. A University in the Digital World: Using Technologies for Learning and ManagementNATALIA TIKHOMIROVA,Rector of MESI, D.Sc. (Economics), Professor www.company.com
  2. 2. Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics (MESI)• 80 years of experience in staff development;• a new-style higher education institution: research and innovative educational establishment and e-university;• educational services sharpened at the international level;• highly qualified faculty and administrative staff;• employment of modern teaching/learning methods and information and communication technologies (ICT) and extensive use of modern software and educational resources;• the 5th rank among top 100 Russian higher education institutions in economics (according to the Federal Agency for Education). www.company.com
  3. 3. What has appearedin the modern world? www.company.com
  4. 4. The main development trends 2010-20131. Promotion of the human resources mobility.2. he work place is increasingly immersed into the digital space.3. Improving of the communication channels.4. Elaboration of new service segments.5. Governmental regulation of the practice for application of new technologies.6. Regional development.7. Knowledge mobility: the tendency to the permanent acceleration of operative knowledge upgrade.8. Enhancing the role of informal learning.9. The development of opportunities for social learning.10.Online games as a learning tool.11.Living in a digital world.12.Blurring boundaries between people, companies, and countries.13.Mobility of knowledge.14.The development of additional opportunities. www.company.com
  5. 5. The new generation is significantly different from the previous one 25% of students use the Internet to findinformation for their work or study, 17% gain new knowledge and 14% share information on work or study. www.company.com
  6. 6. Digital generation• wake up to the alarm on phone;• go to social networks via iPad and iPhone;• visit social networking sites DAILY;• send or receive tweets at least once every day;• check email through laptops/netbooks/computers;• watching TV/radio via the Nintendo Wii;• listen to the iPod on the way to school. www.company.com
  7. 7. Social communications of a modern student Facebook Google + - social network LinkedIn – business Twitter social network Foursquare – geolocation Blogger.com Skype FlickrVirtual worlds Vkontakte - Odnoklassinki – Russian Russian analogue analogue to to Facebook Facebook www.company.com
  8. 8. Our Student needs student now To create training is fluent in basic IT materials student competence in past To carry out What a student classroom courses needs? able to find himself was forced torequired information attend a teacher’s To create new courses to record knowledge the materialsdoesn’t see the need to record lecture To conduct a student material towards learning necessary knowledge the only source ofneeds a “guide” to knowledge is Teach him with the use of the world of lectures and books IT technologies already knowledge2 familiar to him www.company.com
  9. 9. The Networked Teacher Curriculum Storage Documents of documents & Digital Network Resources Services Social bookmarking File sharing Online Popular Media Communities Always at hand – anywhere in the worldNews subscription, video-channels Video Microblogging, Conferences chart, blogs, wikis Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics www.company.com
  10. 10. The research activities in the e-University Open educational sources External Research and Development Internal Research The results of and Development scientific activities are being formed EducationalBest practices Teacher process is improving Consulting in specialty areas Instructional research Internet resources www.company.com
  11. 11. The evolution of educational paradigm «Student-teacher» «Student-knowledge»• The students is obliged to attend • The student has excellent basic classes at university IT skills• The only two sources of knowledge • The student is capable to find are lectures and books necessary information by his own The modern student needs «guide» in the world of knowledge, but not a source of knowledge! www.company.com
  12. 12. Risks of digital communications• Vast amount of information and contacts, but lack of time for it’s processing and thoughtful communication;• Discrepancy of high speed, amount of information, desired speed of information assimilation, and implementation of received information;• Flexible work regardless time, place, and work schedule;• Blurring of boundaries between work and leisure;• Digital revolution largely balances personal and gender factors. www.company.com
  13. 13. Advantages of digital communications• Possibility to extend the implementation of management functions and to cover all levels of management;• More qualitative and complete control and analysis, including statistical and financial ones for management decision making;• Possibility to use a large number of knowledge databases for decision making;• Efficient delivery of data for operational management decision making;• Access to work materials and data from anywhere;• Openness, accessibility, relevance, and efficiency;• Possibility for vigorous career development;• Opportunities for expanding contacts;• New opportunities for self-positioning;• Possibility for confidence boost of children and families by demonstrating them modernity through communication with application of modern technology;• Ability to work and to manage from any place and at any time by strengthening family and family ties;• Transparency of main management processes allows to make right and operative decisions;• Reduction of support staff and routine work. www.company.com
  14. 14. Management of a university integrated into the information environment• Instrumental and methodological support of educational process in the electronic distribution of university;• Communicative integrated system of organization of teaching/learning process;• Communicative integrated system of human resources management in joint information environment;• Instrumental and methodical implementation of synergy effects of the university management;• Financial management in a electronic distributed (umbrella) university. www.company.com
  15. 15. Rector’s resources http://ntihomirova.livejournal.com http://twitter.com/#!/NTihomirova The portal available for MESI staff members: http://sp.mesi.ru www.company.com
  16. 16. E-Learning at MESI1. Technologies • Internet • PC • Communication and delivery services2. Content authoring • IMS and SCROM • Adaptation for any delivery medium and bandwidth3. Teacher training • Instruments of LCMS • E-Learning philosophy • Time saving4. Delivery and promotion of e-Learning • Online model • Blended model • Special intro-courses for all students (instrument of LCMS)5. Knowledge management • Storage of all learning information and learning seguences • Customized learning materials according to individual learners’ needs • Knowledge acquisition www.company.com
  17. 17. High technologies are applied in teaching/learning processApplications help students:• to get quick and easy access to study materials, their grades, sports results, etc.;• to get University fresh news on the phone (academic, social, sport);• to create an account in the university social network as well as to get access to the personal account;• to have continuous access to the library catalog, phone numbers and e-mail addresses of teachers;• to use the convenient navigator in the e-campus. www.company.com
  18. 18. Open University Social resourses MESI E-University networks Online courses and quizzes Videoconferencing Video lectures Content creation Lecturers Students Electronic Library Free Internet access Everywhere access University cloud infrastructure www.company.com
  19. 19. Electronic system of University management 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a yearWeb 2.0: blogs, wiki, RSS, tags, social bookmarking, social networks Students Teachers subdepartments Central Distributed repository Exchange of Exchange of experience Online Online experience Collaboration Collaboration Education quality management system Students Teachers Streaming creating and updating of content and knowledge transfer in distributed network www.company.com
  20. 20. www.mesi.ru #MESI www.company.com