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MDLA - Nov. 9, 2010
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MDLA - Nov. 9, 2010

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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]
  • http://farm1.static.flickr.com/92/219190524_8485340fd7.jpg?v=0
  • Original photo by –Chad_Johnson (Flickr CC)
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamiecampbell/2520557899/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamiecampbell/2520557899/
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    • 1. Emerging Technologies in Higher Ed Or, are we simply amusing ourselves to death?
    • 2. Barry Dahl
    • 3. Beautiful Duluth, Minnesota
    • 4. - 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
    • 5. Barry Dahl dot com
    • 6. ITC eLearning Conference
    • 7. Clicker Time • Grab your clicker • First, some demographics.
    • 8. Gender Fem ale M ale 16% 84% 1. Female 2. Male
    • 9. Age 29 & under 30-44 45-56 57 & older 1% 38%39% 22% 1. 29 & under 2. 30-44 3. 45-56 4. 57 & older
    • 10. Teaching Experience 15 yrsorm or... Under15 year... Nevertaught 59% 6% 34% 1. 15 yrs or more 2. Under 15 years 3. Never taught
    • 11. Faculty Perspective • For the next two clicker statements – • Put on your faculty hat, regardless of whether you actually have one
    • 12. Entertaining Students is NOT my Job Fact W hack 65% 35% A. Fact B. Whack
    • 13. Engaging Students is NOT my Job Fact W hack 95% 5% A. Fact B. Whack
    • 14. Not this kind of entertainment
    • 15. More like a Bridge Party
    • 16. Who said this? “Anyone who tries to make a distinction between education & entertainment doesn't know the first thing about either.”
    • 17. and now this …….
    • 18. 29% 8% 66% 14% 14% 11% Which of these terms can you define? 1.PLN 2.MUVE 3.MMORPG 4.LMS 5.FOSS 6.None of the above
    • 19. Team Scores 29.09 Male 26.43 57 & older 26.22 15 yrs or more 22.35 30-44 22.3 Female 20.65 45-56 18.52 Under 15 years 12 Never taught The winners are
    • 20. 0% 6% 25% 81% 81% 67% 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
    • 21. 1% 68% 38% 73% 45% 48% 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
    • 22. What is Web 2.0?
    • 23. Select each site where you have an account. 9% 52% 22% 49% 46% 80% 1. Facebook 2. Twitter 3. LinkedIn 4. MySpace 5. YouTube 6. None of the above
    • 24. Team Scores 212.94 30-44 203.82 Male 187.41 Under 15 years 185.94 15 yrs or more 178.65 45-56 177.53 Female 175.86 57 & older 124 Never taught 100 29 & under The most wired are
    • 25. There has been a large increase in the use of Web 2.0 tools in higher ed. Reality M yth 40% 60% 1.Reality 2.Myth
    • 26. Web 2.0 Users Frankly my dear, most people just don’t give a damn
    • 27. 1 million on Facebook
    • 28. 1 million Haters on Facebook
    • 29. < 1 million on Facebook
    • 30. Select each item that is true. 33% 18% 45% 11% 49% 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
    • 31. Who said this? “I don't necessarily agree with everything I say.”
    • 32. and now this …….
    • 33. Neil Postman • Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business • Published 1985
    • 34. Amusing Ourselves to Death • Many of the remarks he made about television can be made today about computers and social networking
    • 35. My Take on Postman • Web 1.0 was just another one-way distraction device, very TV-like. • However, Web 2.0 goes beyond amusement by bringing people together and encouraging creativity.
    • 36. Legit Questions • Is online learning a serious endeavor, or just a dumbing down of education? • Is the use of emerging technologies just an attempt to be more cool? • Where’s the beef?
    • 37. Hard Questions • Shortly after Postman’s death, Web 2.0 started to develop and began feeding what Huxley called “man’s almost infinite appetite for distractions.”
    • 38. Hard Questions • What is happening to deep reading? • Do hypertext sidetracks add or subtract from our learning? • How do we develop the proper discipline on the net to not be so easily distracted?
    • 39. and now this …….
    • 40. Is this Innovation or Insanity? Culture, Gender, and Identity – taught with World of Warcraft CC Flickr photo by glenn.batuyong
    • 41. Take your pick Innovation Insanity 31% 69% 1. Innovation 2. Insanity
    • 42. Team Scores 32.14 45-56 31.25 30-44 30.95 15 yrs or more 30 Male 29.09 Female 28 57 & older 25 Under 15 years 25 Never taught Who said insanity?
    • 43. Is this Innovation or Insanity? History of Rock-n-Roll Music course – taught with Guitar Hero CC Flickr photo By 5th Ape
    • 44. and now this …….
    • 45. Who said this? “All media exist to invest our lives with artificial perceptions and arbitrary values.”
    • 46. and now this …….
    • 47. Some people are great multi-taskers
    • 48. The human brain can multi-task. Reality M yth 47% 53% 1. Reality 2. Myth
    • 49. Team Scores 100 29 & under 59.26 Under 15 years 58.82 30-44 54.55 Male 48.33 Female 46.67 45-56 40.91 15 yrs or more 40 Never taught 39.29 57 & older Most correct answers
    • 50. Multi-tasking is a Myth • Great Book • Brain Rules, by Dr. John Medina
    • 51. 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?
    • 52. Way More than 33 Million • Don’t Buy the Book! • Just absorb the concept. • Behold the power of the network
    • 53. Who said this? “We shape our tools and afterwards our tools shape us.”
    • 54. Speaking of Twitter …….
    • 55. Twitter is stupid!! Tw ue False 45% 55% 1. Twue 2. False
    • 56. Team Scores 75 Never taught 64.29 30-44 63.64 Male 61.29 45-56 60.87 Under 15 years 53.57 Female 50 15 yrs or more 46.15 57 & older Twue Enough
    • 57. Twitter makes me like people I’ve never met and Facebook makes me hate people I know in real life. @shaylamaddox
    • 58. and now this …….
    • 59. DIY U • Anya Kamenetz • Edupunks, Edupreneurs, and the Coming Transformation of Higher Education
    • 60. 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?
    • 61. • 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
    • 62. • 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
    • 63. • “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
    • 64. • “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
    • 65. • 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
    • 66. Do you agree that higher ed needs to change significantly to remain relevant? Yes No 12% 88% 1.Yes 2.No
    • 67. and now this …….
    • 68. Who said this? “We look at the present through a rear-view mirror. We march backwards into the future.”
    • 69. Who said this? “The medium is the message”
    • 70. Marshall McLuhan
    • 71. and now this …….
    • 72. Higher Ed Moves Slowly

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