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  • [twitter] Barry Dahl is affiliated with Lake Superior College, the Instructional Technology Council, MnSCU, and Barney Fife [/twitter]
  • [twitter]We are using 400 clickers this morning graciously provided by Turning Technologies.[/twitter]
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  • Lane CC Keynote - Oct. 29, 2010

    1. 1. Emerging Technologies in Higher Ed Or, are we simply amusing ourselves to death?
    2. 2. Barry Dahl
    3. 3. Beautiful Duluth, Minnesota
    4. 4. Barry Dahl dot com
    5. 5. Clicker Time • Since PPT crashed on me twice during the presentation, no clicker data was captured. • Most clicker slides remain, just for context.
    6. 6. Faculty Perspective • For the next two clicker statements – • Put on your faculty hat, regardless of whether you actually have one
    7. 7. Entertaining Students is NOT my Job Fact W hack 0%0% A. Fact B. Whack
    8. 8. Engaging Students is NOT my Job Fact W hack 0%0% A. Fact B. Whack
    9. 9. Not this kind of entertainment
    10. 10. More like a Bridge Party
    11. 11. We Need to Use Technology to Engage Them Ofcourse NOT 50%50% A. Of course B. NOT
    12. 12. Technology Engagement • Of course it’s not necessary, but it sure can help with engagement. Made for free at toondoo.com
    13. 13. Who said this? “Anyone who tries to make a distinction between education & entertainment doesn't know the first thing about either.”
    14. 14. and now this …….
    15. 15. 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Which of these terms can you define? 1.PLN 2.MUVE 3.MMORPG 4.LMS 5.FOSS 6.None of the above
    16. 16. 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Which of the following do you do? 1. File income taxes online (e-file) 2. Use online banking services 3. Check email on 3 or more diff. accts 4. Have an avatar in Second Life 5. Engage in an MMORPG (NOT SL) 6. None of the above
    17. 17. 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Choose each true statement 1. You own an iPhone, Droid, Blackberry 2. Prefer online news over newspapers 3. You consider yourself to be creative 4. You have more than 5 cloud documents 5. You can define the term “Web 2.0” 6. None of the above are true
    18. 18. What is Web 2.0?
    19. 19. Select each site where you have an account. 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 1. Facebook 2. Twitter 3. LinkedIn 4. MySpace 5. YouTube 6. None of the above
    20. 20. There has been a large increase in the use of Web 2.0 tools in higher ed. Reality M yth 0%0% 1.Reality 2.Myth
    21. 21. Web 2.0 Users Frankly my dear, most people just don’t give a damn
    22. 22. 1 million on Facebook
    23. 23. 1 million Haters on Facebook
    24. 24. < 1 million on Facebook
    25. 25. Select each item that is true. 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 1. You have created one or more blogs 2. You write one or more active blogs 3. You regularly read 1+ education blogs 4. You read 10+ blogs via RSS feeds 5. None of the above
    26. 26. Who said this? “I don't necessarily agree with everything I say.”
    27. 27. and now this …….
    28. 28. Neil Postman • Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business • Published 1985
    29. 29. Amusing Ourselves to Death • Many of the remarks he made about television can be made today about computers and social networking
    30. 30. My Take on Postman • The Web was just another one-way distraction device. • However, Web 2.0 goes beyond amusement by bringing people together and encouraging creativity.
    31. 31. and now this …….
    32. 32. How many Internet-enabled devices do you own? 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 1. 1 2. 2 3. 3 4. 4 5. 5 or more 6. 0
    33. 33. Who said this? “All media exist to invest our lives with artificial perceptions and arbitrary values.”
    34. 34. and now this …….
    35. 35. Some people are great multi-taskers
    36. 36. The human brain can multi-task. Reality M yth 0%0% 1. Reality 2. Myth
    37. 37. Multi-tasking is a Myth • Great Book • Brain Rules, by Dr. John Medina
    38. 38. Who said this? “We shape our tools and afterwards our tools shape us.”
    39. 39. The Power of Networks • How many contacts do you have in your phone? • How many Twitter followers or Facebook friends do you have? • How many people can you reach without leaving this room?
    40. 40. Way More than 33 Million • Don’t Buy the Book! • Just absorb the concept. • Behold the power of the network
    41. 41. Twitter makes me like people I’ve never met and Facebook makes me hate people I know in real life. @shaylamaddox
    42. 42. and now this …….
    43. 43. Online enables anytime, anywhere learning Reality M yth 27% 73% 1. Reality 2. Myth
    44. 44. Anyone can learn anytime and anywhere. Not true for most e-learners.
    45. 45. Flexible Learning Options
    46. 46. e-Learning is g-Learning
    47. 47. - 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 LSC - Full Year Equivalent Enrollment Online On-ground Total 2,699 2,700 224 975
    48. 48. and now this …….
    49. 49. Is this Innovation or Insanity? Culture, Gender, and Identity – taught with World of Warcraft CC Flickr photo by glenn.batuyong
    50. 50. Take your pick Innovation Insanity 0%0% 1.Innovation 2.Insanity
    51. 51. Is this Innovation or Insanity? History of Rock-n-Roll Music course – taught with Guitar Hero CC Flickr photo By 5th Ape
    52. 52. and now this …….
    53. 53. DIY U • Anya Kamenetz • Edupunks, Edupreneurs, and the Coming Transformation of Higher Education
    54. 54. DIY U – Ch. 1 - History • Single biggest recipient benefactor of federal financial aid is ______________ • University of Phoenix • Does it seem odd that a “private” university gets the most public funds?
    55. 55. • Suggestion: “Allocate Funds for Access” • “Colleges that serve rich students get more federal and state money than colleges that serve poor students.” • This needs to be reversed. DIY U – Ch. 2 - Sociology
    56. 56. • Idea: Restore the concept of “free.” • Have you heard of Hard Work U? • Part of the “Work College Consortium.” • Min. 15 hours per week per student. DIY U – Ch. 3 - Economics
    57. 57. • “If universities can’t find the will to innovate and adapt to changes in the world around them, universities will be irrelevant by the year 2020.” • David Wiley (as quoted in DIYU) DIY U – Ch. 4 – Computer Science
    58. 58. • “Edupunk is about the utter irresponsibility and lethargy of educational institutions, and the means by which they are cannibalizing their own mission. • Jim Groom (as quoted in DIYU) DIY U – Ch. 5 – Independent Study
    59. 59. • 20 years from now … “won’t be the brick and mortar and a course in this & that. It’s going to be more outcomes based and skill based, project based. • Judy Baker (Foothill-DeAnza College) DIY U – Ch. 6 - Commencement
    60. 60. Do you agree that higher ed needs to change significantly to remain relevant? Yes No 16% 84% 1.Yes 2.No
    61. 61. and now this …….
    62. 62. Who said this? “We look at the present through a rear-view mirror. We march backwards into the future.”
    63. 63. Who said this? “The medium is the message”
    64. 64. Marshall McLuhan
    65. 65. and now this …….
    66. 66. Higher Ed Moves Slowly

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