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The presentation for the Medical Education Conference under Collaborative Project for Increase Production of Rural Doctor, CPIRD 2012. Dusit Island Resort, Chaing Rai, Thailand, 21 September 2012

The presentation for the Medical Education Conference under Collaborative Project for Increase Production of Rural Doctor, CPIRD 2012. Dusit Island Resort, Chaing Rai, Thailand, 21 September 2012

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    • Cutting Edge Innovations in educationDenpong Soodphakdee, Ph.D.Vice President for Academic and Information TechnologyKHON KAEN UNIVERSITY
    • What I will cover ?● Top technologies● What is cloud and online services?● How should we do it?● Khon Kaen University ICT vision 2
    • How New Generation Learns 3
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    • Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 20111. Cloud Computing2. Mobile Applications and Media Tablets3. Social Communications and Collaboration4. Video5. Next Generation Analytics6. Social Analytics7. Context-Aware Computing8. Storage Class Memory9. Ubiquitous Computing10.Fabric-Based Infrastructure and Computers 13
    • Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 20121. Media Tablets and Beyond2. Mobile-Centric Applications and Interfaces3. Contextual and Social User Experience4. Internet of Things5. App Stores and Marketplaces6. Next-Generation Analytics7. Big Data8. In-Memory Computing9. Extreme Low-Energy Servers10.Cloud Computing 14
    • Smart Phones Smart phone user in Thailand is 18% of all mobile phone and expected to grow to 60 – 65% by 2015 [Frost & Sullivan] The smart phone market grow by 31.7-38.8% in 2011 with the total market value of 32.789-34.544 billion baht. [KResearch] 15
    • Tablet Market in Thailand in 2012● Desktop PC : 1.2 million units● Notebook : 2.25 million units● Tablet : 2.4 million units Note: Only 480,000 units sold in 2011 16
    • SOCIAL MEDIA17
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    • How Doctors Use Social Media & Technology toImprove Their Medical Practice● Doctors with a Smart phone● Ensuring Secure Data Transfers● Doctor-Patient Cyber Relationships● Social Media and Increased Efficiency● Social Media to Increase Information Sharing● Social Media to Aid in Healthcare Hiring 19
    • "If we teach today as wetaught yesterday, we robour children of tomorrow."John Dewey 20
    • "Do not confine your childrento your own learning, for theywere born in another time."Chinese Proverb 21
    • The principle goal ofeducation is to createmen and woman whoare capable of doing newthings, not simplyrepeating what othergenerations have done.Jean Piaget 22
    • Online Services & Web 2.0 Cloud Computing● Services provided over ● Cloud computing is a the Internet which are method by which not hosted by their applications and data institution are hosted and● Web 2.0 can be delivered regarded as a particular type of application 23
    • Cloud ComputingCloud computing is the useof computing resources(hardware and software)that are delivered as aservice over a network(typically the Internet)--- wikipediaCloud computing is theaccess to computers andtheir functionality via theInternet or a local areanetwork---- eucalyptus 24
    • Classification of Clouds● Public● Private● Hybrid 25
    • Cloud Service Styles● Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)● Platform as a service (PaaS)● Software as a service (SaaS)Ref: wikipedia 26
    • Cloud Readiness Index 2011Ref: asia cloud computing association 27
    • Cloud Readiness Index 2011 – highlightRef: asia cloud computing association 28
    • Cloud Readiness Index 2011 – highlightRef: asia cloud computing association 29
    • Benefit of Cloud Computing in Education● Economies● Elasticity● Enhance Availability● Lower Environmental Impact● Concentration on Core Business● End User Satisfaction 30
    • Simple Move to Cloud ServicesOutsourcing Student Email with extras 31
    • Google Apps for Education 32
    • Microsoft Office 365 33
    • Guideline for Selection andDeployment of Cloud Services● User experience and accessibility ● Overall user experience ● Web accessibility guidelines and standards● Contract ● The initial term of the contract, penalties for early withdrawal, costs and future potential costs ● Support● Costs ● Services cost appears minimal or even non-existent ● Change management ● Technical integration ● Staffi an institutional helpdesk ngRef: UNESCO 34
    • KKU Collaboration Tools for Students Google Apps & Office 365 Reg. DB (Oracle) kkumail.com Redir. login Login SSO - SAML Account std-acct.kku.ac.th LDAP - login - logout LDAP mod. - e-mail chooser 35
    • Get Ready for On-Premise Cloud● Immediate access to computing● Resources hosted within an organizations infrastructure● Behind the organizations firewall ● Higher degree of security over sensitive code and data● Consolidate and optimize the performance of physical hardware through virtualization ● Improve data center efficiency ● Reducing operational expense 36
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    • Online Services 38
    • Online Services 39
    • Integration to Online Services 40
    • Moodle 2.0 Repositories 41
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    • Online Collaboration Tools 43
    • Google+ Hangout On Air 44
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    • Enjoy Online... 46
    • Challenges 47
    • Reach me... denpong@kku.ac.thhttp://slideshare.net/denpong 48