Hill keynote Editech final

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Hill keynote Editech final

  1. 1. Editech 2013 Seminar: Market Trends in Digital Education June 20, 2013 Presented by: Phil Hill @PhilOnEdTech MindWires Consulting and e-Literate blog
  2. 2. @PhilOnEdTech Scale
  3. 3. @PhilOnEdTech I, Sailko c. 1383
  4. 4. @PhilOnEdTech
  5. 5. This is not ‘digital education’, this is applying technology to the old model
  6. 6. @PhilOnEdTech History of Online
  7. 7. "There's a tsunami coming. [But] I can't tell you exactly how it's going to break." John Hennessy, Stanford "We are at the beginning of a technology-led revolution in pedagogy: Our innovation is not the blackboard, but instead an evolving suite of tools that allows interactive learning online" Drew Faust, Harvard L. Rafael Reif, MIT
  8. 8. @PhilOnEdTech
  9. 9. @PhilOnEdTech From an organizational change perspective, we are just starting to see the impacts of digital education in the mainstream Trend #1
  10. 10. @PhilOnEdTech A View of the Landscape: Where are we?
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  12. 12. @PhilOnEdTech Course design is moving to a team- based approach, and institutions are not prepared to make this change in the mainstream Trend #2
  13. 13. @PhilOnEdTech
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  15. 15. @PhilOnEdTech Open and free access to content is here to stay, but there is still value in curation, a mix of paid & free content, and learning design Trend #3
  16. 16. @PhilOnEdTech
  17. 17. @PhilOnEdTech Open and digital education should change our assumptions on who is the customer (multiple types) and what are the customer goals Trend #3A
  18. 18. @PhilOnEdTech The Course as a Product: Then and Now Market Mid 2000s
  19. 19. @PhilOnEdTech The Course as a Product: Then and Now
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  21. 21. @PhilOnEdTech Previous divisions that helped define product categories are blurring; digital education leads to an approach that is more holistic in nature Trend #4
  22. 22. @PhilOnEdTech Outcomes Assessment
  23. 23. @PhilOnEdTech Part of the product is now data about usage of the learning materials and how it relates to student success Trend #5
  24. 24. @PhilOnEdTech
  25. 25. @PhilOnEdTech Phil Hill: phil@mindwires.com @PhilOnEdTech Web Site: http://www.mindwires.com/ e-Literate Blog: http://mfeldstein.com/

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