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The impact and implications of educational technology on higher education

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UVIC talk... making a distinction between store and access tech and collaborative tech... among other things.

UVIC talk... making a distinction between store and access tech and collaborative tech... among other things.

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  • 1. The Impact and Opportunity of Educational Technologies on Higher EducationDave Cormier
  • 2. Being there
  • 3. A few key trends
  • 4. Flexibility• Just in time enrolment• The separation of learning from credentialing• And…
  • 5. Internationalization
  • 6. Analytics
  • 7. http://www.slideshare.net/sbs/learning-analytics-dream-nightmare-or-fairydust
  • 8. Storing Technologies
  • 9. brains
  • 10. books
  • 11. The databasehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/dahlstroms/4140461901/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  • 12. • What edtech tools do we know that are store and access?• How are flexibility, internationalization and analytics built on top of them?
  • 13. Can Higher Educationcompete at storing things?
  • 14. “Prices for online access to articles from two major publishers have increased 145% over the past six years, with some journals costing as much as $40,000”http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2012/apr/24/harvard-university-journal-publishers-prices?CMP=twt_gu
  • 15. http://www.flickr.com/photos/0ystercatcher/5900455514/sizes/m/in/photostream/
  • 16. Black Swan 1 – MIT accredits MOOCsMIT seeing Stanford pulling ahead in the freeopenness sweepstakes, decides that it will workto provide accreditation for open onlinecourses…they’ve decided that they are going tohire 10K tutors to evaluate people in the newMOOCs they plan to launch this year. 1 millionstudents, 10000 tutors. What would that do? http://davecormier.com/edblog/2011/12/19/top-ten-black-swans/
  • 17. What else can the technology offer?
  • 18. A few words on innovation “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.” Henry Ford “We dont do market research" Steve Jobs
  • 19. Setting the context• What does that student need?• Whos job is it to decide what the university is about?• What value do we provide?• Why do we teach?
  • 20. ”Successful health services in the21st century must aim not merely forchange, improvement, and response,but for changeability, improvability,and responsiveness.” Coping withcomplexity: educating for capabilitySarah W Fraser, Trisha Greenhalgh.2001
  • 21. Why a rhizome?1.They can map in any direction from any starting point2.They grow and spread via experimentation within a context3.They grow and spread regardless of breakage
  • 22. Multiple Voices
  • 23. Connection
  • 24. Networked
  • 25. Learning Analytics
  • 26. What else can we do?
  • 27. We can be…
  • 28. This http://xkcd.com/519/
  • 29. THIS
  • 30. We need to know who we are, and thenmake the technologies be who we are.
  • 31. @davecormier