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Education professionals and institutions must recognize that the environments in which we work are changing. Online technologies are part of that change. As the technologies change as well as what we …

Education professionals and institutions must recognize that the environments in which we work are changing. Online technologies are part of that change. As the technologies change as well as what we know about teaching and learning, we must be prepared to adapt or suffer the consequences.

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  • Initially drafted 7 AM Labor Day, 2011
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    • 1. The future of online learning
      Scott B Johnson
      Illinois Online Network – University of Illinois Online
      Friday Forum September 23, 2011
      Image: dan / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    • 2. What was online learning?
      Webpages
      Individually written pages, hosted wherever
      The Age of Lone Rangers
    • 3. What was online learning?
      Web board,
      documents,
      PDF,
      Applets?
      PPT
    • 4. What was online learning?
      Highly bandwidth dependent,
      Access
    • 5. What was online learning
      Higher Ed
      A small part
    • 6. What was online learning
      Replication of the classroom
    • 7. What is Online Learning?
      Programs and degrees,
      Whole institutions
      Course management systems and PLEs
      Mobiles, tablets, full-screen devices, labs, centers
    • 8. Online Learning is Growing
      http://s2.hubimg.com/u/193945_f520.jpg
      Jun 2003 to Jan 2008
    • 9. Illinois Virtual Campus data
      http://www.ivc.uillinois.edu/report/pdf/Spring11.pdf
    • 10. Sectors Matter
      http://www.ivc.uillinois.edu/report/pdf/Spring11.pdf
    • 11. Headcount Enrollment by Sector
      http://www.ibhe.state.il.us/Board/agendas/2010/December/Item%20V-20.pdf
    • 12. K-12 Perspective
      http://www.blackboard.com/getdoc/887f3892-f18a-4f16-8c9b-78c84774a31f/K12_Vitural-Education_2011.aspx
    • 13. What is Online Learning?
      YouTube, About.com, “Google University”
      Implementations range F2F -- WS -- BL-- OL
      Higher Ed, Virtual HS, Free Schools, Anti-Schools
      Disclosure: Online Learning is usually considered to address only one aspect of the mission.
    • 14. KHANACADEMYhttp://www.khanacademy.org/
    • 15. MITOPENCOURSEWAREhttp://ocw.mit.edu/
    • 16. OpenCoursewareConsortiumhttp://www.ocwconsortium.org/
    • 17. What will Online Learning Be?
      A new foundation of education
      Increased access to learning
    • 18. What will Online Learning Be?
      Ubiquitous Learning
      “People are accessing the internet more from mobile devices than desktops, and some people only access the internet via mobile!  And when a small company like Google says that they’re designing for mobile first and the desktop is an afterthought, it is safe to say mobile is on the move.” Clark Quinn Learnlets 2011
    • 19. What will Online Learning Be?
      5G digital mediation
      Sight, Sound, Haptics, Olfaction, Proprioception +?
      More “immersive” than ever
      Device Independence
    • 20. The Economist Intelligence Unit (2008)
      Technological innovation will have a major influence
      Online learning is gaining a firm foothold
    • 21. The Economist Intelligence Unit (2008)
      Corporate-academic partnerships will form an increasing part of the experience
    • 22. The Economist Intelligence Unit (2008)
      Largely positive impact
      Globalization
    • 23. The Real Questions
    • 24. What will online tools look like in the future?
      What will learning look like in the future?
      How will these situations impact public education?
    • 25. e.g.Illinois Online Network
      Past: Faculty development face-to-face
      Teaching online teachers online teaching online
      Future: More just-in-time, customized and performance support training for teachers
    • 26. Future online tools
      3-D video?
      Learner generated content
      High resolution portable/flexible displays
      E-books
      Improved high-efficiency user interfaces
      Augmented reality - Layar
    • 27. Online tools
      3-D video
      http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/22/kno-turns-textbooks-3d-video/#ooid=0yeHlxMjr47dmj-g731JuYRiHoSPq0VX
    • 28. Online tools
      Learner generated content and inquiry
      Wesch illustrates Visions of Students Today(YouTube mwesch)
      1. 35 hrs/min
      13M hrs in 2010
      60 days>US networks in 60 yrs
      70% of traffic outside US
      Localized in 25 countries, 43 languages
      Base age 18-54
    • 29. Online tools
      E-books
      Open
      OSTI
      CNX
      For profit
      Apple knows of more than 600 districts launchingone-to-one iPad programs
    • 30. Online tools
      Improved high-efficiency user interfaces
      Image Source
      BCI AR Wearable/HUD
      Biometrics Tracking
      Digital Paper and Glass Multitouch
      AI adaptive Mobile
      Image source
      http://sixrevisions.com/user-interface/the-future-of-user-interfaces/
    • 31. Online tools
      Augmented reality - Layar
    • 32. What will the future of Learning Be?
    • 33. More…..
      Open
      Mobile
      Competition
      Free
      Convergence
    • 34. The Disrupted University
      Christensen, Aaron, and Clarknet.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ffpiu013.pdf
      Destruction vs. Construction
      People who couldn’t play before
      People interested in simpler & cheaper
      Asynchronous, non-customers, lower cost
    • 35. The future of public education online
      Economically squeezed
      Student centered
      Learning driven
    • 36. Examples
      Artificial intelligence presence in the interaction space –OneTwo
      Analytics driven involvement
      Consortia/Partnerships economic systems
      Mash ups and crowd sourced materials
    • 37. The point on the horizon
      Continued pursuit of more closely-knit matrix of learning contingencies
      Range of learning styles, modes, approaches
    • 38. The school model is evolving
      Factory-model schooling
      Individually guided/directed
    • 39. Will online learning replace the brick-and-mortar institution?
    • 40. Contact
      Scott B. Johnson sbjhnsn@uillinois.edu
      217.333.4393 217.689.1307 mobile
      http://www.ion.uillinois.edu
      FB Illinois-Online-Network