Paul Hollins Director
TheCETISConference
#cetis14
TheUniversityofBolton17/18June2014
How embedded are TEL specs and
standards in our sectors systems ?
IMS Learning Technology Interoperability capability in H...
Statement... 17/6/2014
HEDIIP: Project to develop a new subject coding system for HE is launched
“Dear colleagues
Subject ...
The “Challenge” of Customers !
The Challenge of “Customers”
The 2014 NMC Horizon Scan Technology
in Higher Education…
• Flipped Classroom.(less than 1 year)
• Learning Analytics. (le...
Frankie's (Age 12) Digital Institution!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AP6K7-
GleGM&list=UUUcJBiiu_gVV_QB3CD9eDBg
Frankie's digital institution …
• Is not “tense” or “forceful” ...
• Is Green ; being powered by renewable
Energies ...
• ...
Our#cetis14 Keynote Speakers...
...Audrey Watters and Phil Richards
And finally my three pieces of
(metaphorical useless advice) …
• Ruffle up the pillows !
• Eat chocolate !
• And don't tak...
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by Paul Hollins email pah1@bolton.ac.uk
of Cetis http://www.cetis.ac.uk is licensed under th...
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Introduction to the Cetis conference 2014; Building the Digital Institution by Paul Hollins Cetis Director. 17th June 2014 at the University of Bolton.

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    1. 1. Paul Hollins Director TheCETISConference #cetis14 TheUniversityofBolton17/18June2014
    2. 2. How embedded are TEL specs and standards in our sectors systems ? IMS Learning Technology Interoperability capability in HE: 73% IMS Learning Technology Interoperability capability in FE: 85 IMS Enterprise / Learning Information Services capability in HE: 84% IMS Enterprise / Learning Information Services capability in FE: 70% IMS Question and Test Interoperability capability in HE: 46% IMS Question and Test Interoperability capability in FE: 20% IMS Content Packaging / Common Cartridge capability in HE: 90% IMS Content Packaging / Common Cartridge capability in FE: 99% 1. http://www.ucisa.ac.uk/bestpractice/surveys/cis.aspx 2 http://prod.cetis.ac.uk/ 3 http://www.freebase.com/ 4 http://www.aoc.co.uk/teaching-and-learning/technology/consultation-information-and-research
    3. 3. Statement... 17/6/2014 HEDIIP: Project to develop a new subject coding system for HE is launched “Dear colleagues Subject coding is one of the key aspects of data and information in higher education. The current system – JACS – was created in the late 1990s through the merger of systems used by HESA and UCAS; the JACS system has its roots in the early 1970s. I am delighted to be able to announce that a team led by Cetis at the University of Bolton has been awarded the contract to develop a new subject coding system for the sector. In order to create a system that meets users’ needs the team will build a broad and rich picture of the requirements for subject coding from stakeholders across the information landscape. The creation of HEDIIP is a huge opportunity to address some of the problems we have with data and information. Coding structures that can be used by all data collectors, and that provide the information we all need, are a key element of the future we are working towards.” Further information about the project is posted on the project web page at http://www.hediip.ac.uk/subject_coding/ Andy YouellDirector Higher Education Data & Information Improvement Programme (HEDIIP)
    4. 4. The “Challenge” of Customers !
    5. 5. The Challenge of “Customers”
    6. 6. The 2014 NMC Horizon Scan Technology in Higher Education… • Flipped Classroom.(less than 1 year) • Learning Analytics. (less than 1 year) • 3d Printing.(2-3 years) • Games and Gamification. (2-3 years) • Quantified Self. (4-5 years) • Virtual Assistants. (4-5 years) source...NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Higher Education Edition
    7. 7. Frankie's (Age 12) Digital Institution! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AP6K7- GleGM&list=UUUcJBiiu_gVV_QB3CD9eDBg
    8. 8. Frankie's digital institution … • Is not “tense” or “forceful” ... • Is Green ; being powered by renewable Energies ... • Is data driven ... • Is secure ... • Has no desks ! (or “physical” teachers for that matter)...
    9. 9. Our#cetis14 Keynote Speakers... ...Audrey Watters and Phil Richards
    10. 10. And finally my three pieces of (metaphorical useless advice) … • Ruffle up the pillows ! • Eat chocolate ! • And don't take the paper round ! Thank you for your time and Enjoy the Conference !
    11. 11. Licence CETIS Conference 2014 by Paul Hollins email pah1@bolton.ac.uk of Cetis http://www.cetis.ac.uk is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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