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MicroLearning 6.0 - Designing MicroLearning Experiences Innsbruck, Monday, July 9, 2012, 14:00-17:30

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    • When you don‟t find your way and time is running out,you don‟t want to find yourself in this street … Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 1
    • Roadmapping enterprise (micro-) learning: Drivers, trends and potential game changers C. Voigt (ZSI, Vienna), T. Holocher-Ertl (ZSI, Vienna), F. Giorgini (eXact learning, Italy) MicroLearning 6.0 - Designing MicroLearning Experiences Innsbruck, Monday, July 9, 2012, 14:00-17:30
    • Roadmapping KnowledgeArchitecture – Objectives  Market: why - drivers  Product: what - revenue  Technology: how – resources Phaal R, Muller G. 2009. Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 3
    • Outline Roadmapping & Strategic Planning Frameworks Process: (1) awareness raising, (2) drivers & trends, (3) game changers Each step is a push / pull interaction Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 4
    • Roadmapping as strategic planning … STEPL Social, Technical, Economical, Political, Legal Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) CJP, Probert DR. 2005 Phaal R, Farrukh 5
    • Roadmapping Maturity Levels L1 – For individuals, understanding and organising L2 – For organisations, proactive planning L3 – For cluster, including environmental data Current (PESTL), cross-sectorial coordination (Interactive) L4 – Monitoring systems, real time updates, Phaal R, Farrukh CJP, Probert DR. 2005 Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 6
    • Interactive roadmapping Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 7
    • Pull and push perspectives Awareness Local-Global Anticipating Raising Alignment Game-changer Needs / Visions Local Drivers Weak SignalsPull (interviews) (surveys) (Delphi) Challenges Global Trends Weak SignalsPush (research (research (Text Mining) publications) publications) Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 8
    • 9 Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation)Step 1: Awareness Raising / Why should we change?
    • Pull: Products and services in 5 yrs Something No else response 31% 24% The same Dont know or similar 18% 27% TEL-Providers (n=45) Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 10
    • Push: Current challenges Making skills development less of a by-product and find ways of integrating business processes and (informal) learning Making underlying technology infrastructures and content production affordable Increased focus on learner activities (social networks, learner generated content) Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 11
    • 12 Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation)Step 2: Local Drivers & Global Trends What should we change?
    • Pull: Surveying TEL-Providers Netherlands 7% Belgium United States Italy 2% France of America 2% 13% 5% Norway India 2% 5% Switzerland Germany 2% United 4% Kingdom of Finland Great Britain 27% 31% TEL-Providers (n=45) Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 13
    • Pull: Main drivers for learning Economical 24% Political 2% Technical Legal 24% 5% Social 45% TEL-Providers (n=45) Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 14
    • Pull: Examples P - Actions from the boards of education L - compliance trainings (health & safety) and learning about data protection. S- Quick, short, inspirational learning bits, self- improvement and competitive edge … T – ease of access, cloud services; collaborative workspaces E - Human Capital Management solutions; Connection to business goals Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 15
    • Push: Drivers as per publisheddocuments and studies P – ET 2020 document: learner mobility, employa- bility, entrepreneurship, social cohesion and active citizenship L - Directive 95/46/EC: clear collection purpose, not stored longer as necessary, employees have the right to access and correct the collected data E – Performance indicators (yes), learning to innovate (double loop). Senge (1997) - companies observe their performance and markets and reinvent themselves accordingly Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 16
    • 17 Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation)Step 3: Anticipating Game-changer Thinking long-term ….
    • Pull: Delphi (work in progress) Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 18
    • Push: Text mining as a means ofcrowd sourcing 700 TEL-relevant blogs 2010 and 2011: 7000 individual posts per year “tm” package for R Dictionary approach via the Harvard General Inquirer Classification System Voigt C, Cooper A. 2012 Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 19
    • First Results from „Legal‟ and „Economical‟ categories Legal Aspects Economic Aspects Injunction against MS Word (XML More Productive Outside the Office1 spec) (0.097) (0.242) Prof. Dev. Videos re equity in schools Not-So-Radical Ideas to Save Ed2 (0.092) with $100 Million Bucks (0.235) Lawsuit - Apple fixing price of e- Education voucher systems and3 books (0.031) profit (0.212) No Child Left Behind legislation & Virtual education - cost savings and4 special needs learner (0.026) academic gain in Texas (0.200) NCLB legal definition of a “highly Financing a technology driven5 qualified” teacher (0.023) education reform (0.109) Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 20
    • So how would a contextualized &interactive Microlearning roadmaplook like? Subset of the data mentioned … Depends on multiple stakeholders … Next action during EC-TEL 2012 Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 21
    • References Phaal R, Farrukh CJP, Probert DR. 2005. Developing a technology roadmapping system, Technology Management: A Unifying Discipline for Melting the Boundaries, Vol. 31: 99 - 111 Phaal R, Muller G. 2009. An architectural framework for roadmapping: Towards visual strategy. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 76(1): 39-49 Senge PM. 1997. The fifth discipline. Measuring Business Excellence 1(3): 46-51 Voigt C, Cooper A. 2012. Context-aware roadmapping through large scale data sifting and stakeholder workshops: Practical demo for the Special Track Research 2.0;, 12th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies Graz, Austria http://www.learningfrontiers.eu/ Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 22
    • Contact Details www.zsi.at/users/156 www.slideshare.net/chrvoigt www.twitter.com/chrvoigt www.linkedin.com/in/chrvoigt Christian Voigt (Centre for Social Innovation) 23