#CETIS13Open for Education:Technology Innovation inUniversities and Colleges Presented by Paul Hollins (co) Director JISC CETIS Birmingham March 12 & 13 2013 Email email@example.com Twitter @paulhollins
Priorities ...The Wi Fi Code is ... Ctis2013WiFi p/w: Ct152013The Twitter Hashtag ...#cetis13
The CETIS Conferences ...1. e-Learning tools, Standards and Systems.2. e-Framework and Reference Models.3. Linking Formal and Informal learning4. Beyond Standards - Holistic Approaches to Educational Technology and Interoperability.5. Technology for Learning Teaching and the Institution6. A Brave New World?7. Never Waste a Good Crisis, Innovation & Technology in Institutions.8. The Future Just Happened? Technology Innovation in Universities and Colleges
Introduction• Definitions and distinctions• Examples• Limitations and challenges• Opportunities for Education 6
Are Thought Leaders killing thought ?(Haque 2013)
Einsteins TED Talk E= Mc2Audience reaction perhaps ?1. What’s the “point” of this ?2. How can we “leverage” this ?3. How does this effect the bottom line ?4. How can we monetise this ?5. What does it do ?6. How can we utilise this to gain competitive advantage ?
Key Trends (NMC Horizon scan 2013)…• Openness , concepts like open content, open data, and open resources, along with notions of transparency and easy access to data and information is becoming a value.• The workforce demands skills from college graduates that are more often acquired from informal learning experiences than in universities.• Massively open online courses are being widely explored as alternatives and supplements to traditional university courses.• There is an increasing interest in using new sources of data for personalizing the learning experience and for performance measurement.• The role of educators continues to change due to the vast resources that are accessible to students via the Internet.• Education paradigms are shifting to include online learning, hybrid learning, and collaborative models.
Key Challenges (NMC Horizon scan 2013)…• Faculty training still does not acknowledge the fact that digital media literacy continues its rise in importance as a key skill in every discipline and profession.• The emergence of new scholarly forms of authoring, publishing, and researching outpace sufficient and scalable modes of assessment.• Too often it is education’s own processes and practices that limit broader uptake of new technologies.• The demand for personalized learning is not adequately supported by current technology or practices.• New models of education are bringing unprecedented competition to the traditional models of higher education.• Most academics are not using new technologies for learning and teaching, nor for organizing their own research.
Today’s Sessions ...Room 4B - IMS QTI v2.1 courtesy of Wilbert KraanRoom 4A - HE Information Landscape –Seize the Day courtesy of Adam CooperRoom 5/6 - Open Practice and OER sustainability – courtesy of Lorna Campbell and Phil BarkerRoom I - The future of CETIS (Today’s premier session) courtesy Of Li Yuan and me 18
The Extra Additional Sessions... Start 16.40Room 4A - Extending Widget’s capabilities - Elaine Pearson and Miltiades PapadopoulosRoom 5/6 - Relationship Management Enhancing the Student Experience -Simon Whittemore/Myles Danson and Jean MuttonRoom 4B - Augmented Reality a study in scarlet -Laura Skilton and Matt Ramirez from Mimas
Tomorrows Sessions ...Room 1 - Open Innovation and Open Development – courtesy of Scott Wilson and Simon WhittemoreRoom 4A - Skills and Competence opportunities - courtesy of Simon Grant and Adam CooperRoom 5/6 - Analytics and institutional capabilities – courtesy of Sheila Macneil, Martin Hawksey and David SherlockRoom 4b - Open MIC 13 – courtesy of Mark Power
Thank You ! References :Johnson, L., Adams Becker, S., Cummins, M., Estrada, V., Freeman, A., and Ludgate, H. (2013). NMC Horizon Report: 2013 Higher Education Edition. Austin, Texas: The New Media ConsortiumHaque, U. (2013) Lets Save Great Ideas from the Ideas Industryhttp://blogs.hbr.org/haque/2013/03/lets_save_great_ideas_from_the.html (Accessed March 2013)Email firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter @paulhollins
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