Objectives and goals of networked collaboration


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The objectives and goals of science and edication networked collaboration are reviewed. Some proposals and recommendations are given for future collaborative education.

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Objectives and goals of networked collaboration

  1. 1. The objectives and goals of science and education networked collaboration in research education @valeriy_platon Valeriy Platonov, ANEO “HUST” at RAS Institutes, e-mail: info@hust.ru
  2. 2. Research Education Bloom’s taxonomy Source: Wikipedia; Educational origami (wikispace)
  3. 3. Participants Interaction Competition Cooperation Collaboration Collectivity Coordination Participants Individuality + + +/- - Participants Goals Commonality - -/+ + - Group, public interests - -/+ +/- + The winner takes it all You to me, me to you Together We Will Win Slogan
  4. 4. Why it is necessary to collaborate with competitors? • It helps differentiate niches • Reputation Enhance • Innovations and Costs saving • Customers Satisfaction
  5. 5. Additional networked interaction motivations • Education Internationalization Education export increase • Combining efforts in Technologies, Content, Research Developments • Collaboration with Local Communities and Institutes • Integration with Science, Industry, Business, Government • Education quality elaborate • Independent public-professional accreditation
  6. 6. Education process management≠ Instruction management + general management, + administration, + finance planning, + marketing, + CRM, +…
  7. 7. Expenses optimizations • Common Procurement and Services (discount) • Common Services platforms • Common resources •…
  8. 8. Best Networked Collaboration Practices • Functions and Authorities outsourcing • Courses choice from different providers in collaborative distance and blending educational schools • Multi-universities innovation project programs (with one university –coordinator) • Bilateral (multilateral) institutional agreements, consortia (double degree diplomas, exchange programs etc.) • Cross-universities education – credits and certifications transfer • Cross-countries education • Educational Resources sharing • Mutual research laboratories, collaborative research centers
  9. 9. Expected future development of networked education • Informal (non-institutional) inclusion in networked learning • Education through activities • Compulsory education based on networked learning • Situated learning • Shared educational organization – shared reuses, services each other, DIY, Open Education • Distributed education
  10. 10. Education functions sharing (distribution) • Students admission(agents, high schools, contests) • Curriculum planning, educational programs development, individualized paths (consultants, customers, employers) • Content, technologies development (science, IT, designers) • Platforms(private companies, consortia) • Tutors, Instructors, Assistants (Higher schools and others) • Students, Teachers, Universities Assessments (External Institutes, Employers, Communities) • Administration (Logistics) (Operator, not necessarily Higher School) • Job Placement (HR Agencies)
  11. 11. Resources Sharing (Distribution) • Dormitories (External companies subsidized outsourcing) • Libraries (mutual and external) • Research laboratories, Collaborative Research Centers (Scientific Institutes, Companies) • Internship Places (Industrial, Commercial nad scientific organizations) • Cultural, Medical, Sport facilities (The proper profiled organizations) • etc.
  12. 12. Suggestions, Recommendations • Legalization of Higher educational Program Modules providing to Non-Educators for Credits • National Educational Platforms as Open Cloud services for educational organizations • Free Open Online e-books for school clusters • Networked Research University based on Scientific Institutes • Fully Open Online Research Institute • P2P High-stakes assessments instead of Standardized High-stakes tests
  13. 13. Contacts: @valeriy_platon Valeriy Platonov Tel. +7(499)5038778, 5038787, +7(910) 4687936 email: platonov@universities.ru valeriy_platonov https://www.facebook.com/valeriy.platonov http://oldwine.livejournal.com/ http://twitter.com/#!/valeriy_platon http://vk.com/valeriy.platon https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ValeriyPlatonov/