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DIGITAL & COMPUTING EDUCATION:
CONNECTED WORLD:
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Richard Adams
CONTEXT: 7 PILLARS OF THE CONNECTED ECONOMY
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CURRICULUM (RE)DEVELOPMENT
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NEW MODELS OF LEARNING
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NEW PEDAGOGIES
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NEW RHYTHMS IN LEARNING: TOWARDS AN AGILE MODEL
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A short presentation on how computing and digital education should be looked in the context of the new industrial revolution

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Digital & Computing Education: Connected World: A Blueprint

  1. 1. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare DIGITAL & COMPUTING EDUCATION: CONNECTED WORLD: A BLUEPRINT RICHARD ADAMS
  2. 2. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams CONTEXT: 7 PILLARS OF THE CONNECTED ECONOMY 2 The second economy Machine-to-machine technologies are technologies that allow both wireless and wired systems to communicate with other devices of the same ability. As the abilities of machines increase in terms of speed, processing power and connectivity, they are fuelling the growth of the “second economy” a computer-intensive part of the economy that is largely hidden to both organizations and consumers. McKinsey Quarterly article by W. Brian Arthur “The Second Economy”. The new economics of money New ways to pay - digital “currencies” including Bitcoin, crowdfunding, loyalty points and Amazon coins, digital wallets, which are increasingly competing with traditional sources of currency and funding. H (Source: CNET) The social economy In July 2012 McKinsey Global Institute released a report showing that only a small portion of the potential value of social technologies has been tapped so far as the real power of these technologies is only just beginning to be understood. In the four industries (consumer packaged goods, consumer financial services, professional services, and advanced manufacturing) analyzed in the report McKinsey suggests that US$ 900 billion – 1.3 trillion untapped value creation potential could be unlocked by social technologies. Mobile economy There will be more mobile subscriptions than people in the world by the end of next year (Source: BBC) Businesses can now exist and grow entirely via mobile. Big Data/Big Analytics A study from Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) estimates the value of big data to the UK economy alone could be £216 billion and 58,000 jobs in the next 5 years. Security and IPR A U.S. Government Accountability Office report published in February 2013 cites a 782% increase in the number of reported security breaches of federal agencies between 2006 and 2012. Standardised exemplar IPR arrangements needed as collaboration can be difficult to unwind. Data and context driven, service based “Internet of Things”
  3. 3. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams CONTEXT: NEW LANDSCAPE Ecommerce Big Data, Maths, Prediction Hardware and External Devices New Architectures, Experience and social Services/ Cloud Philosophy, Creativity Finance Mobile, Context Sensitivity Business Models Gameplay Behaviour and Psychology 3 Successful digital departments prepare students for work in a range of areas. Computing is no longer a sometimes esoteric discipline, it is THE mainstream. Students, upon leaving MUST be fluent in skills, intellectual and practical, that address at least one of these areas as shown in the top blocks, right, but their education must be underpinned by my three pillars, Creativity, Science and Business Creativity Science Business
  4. 4. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams DIGITAL SNAPSHOT Data and Emergent Trends Online gaming Persistence Mobile Multiplatform External devices (Occulus Rift etc.) Services Transmedia Emergence Intelligence/ Smartness True Agility 4 • The game, entertainment and online industries are undergoing a massive evolution from rigid channels/hardware and digital versions of what went before, into new forms that are solely created from the platforms that exist. • The current consoles will be the last of their kind, the next iteration evolving into something that give novel user experiences (Occulus Rift etc.) and combine that with service based delivery using the potential of the cloud. • Everything will be data driven; product development, content strategy, experience • Play and social will be at the heart of most experiences
  5. 5. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams CURRICULUM (RE)DEVELOPMENT Matching teaching skills and research to ambitions - retraining Integration with key partners/employers/ mentoring Wiki-ization of curriculum – constantly evolving (within regulatory framework) More advisers, closer to the content Rapid Iteration of new ideas through online and short courses Constant feedback, Iteration, Quality Assurance 5
  6. 6. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams evaluation Going large Straits of Necessity the brief Funnel of Focus groan zone selection Cloud of Potential Concept/ Product V1.0 brainstorming emergent thinking mapping convergent thinkingdivergent thinking NEW MODELS OF LEARNING 6
  7. 7. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams NEW MODELS OF LEARNING Diagrams from Gamestorming by Dave Gray Sunni Brown James Macanufo Editor Colleen Wheeler Copyright © 2010 Dave Gray, Sunni Brown, and James Macanufo O'Reilly Gray, Dave; Sunni Brown; James Macanufo (2010-07-14). Gamestorming: A Playbook for Innovators, Rulebreakers, and Changemakers . OReilly Media - A. Kindle Edition. 7
  8. 8. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams NEW PEDAGOGIES 8
  9. 9. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams NEW RHYTHMS IN LEARNING: TOWARDS AN AGILE MODEL REFLECTING BEST PRACTICE IN INDUSTRY 9
  10. 10. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams STRATEGIC VIEW Audit Is the current model future proof? Will the current mode of operation enable the department to thrive and grow? What segment(s) can we quickly specialise in to lay foundations? How do we stand out/how do we sustain this? Who should we partner with? How do we need to change capabilities and structures to maximise our potential? How do we make our assets optimised? 10 Considerations What does our high level 3 year plan look like? What do we need to enable us to manage the transition? How would we operate the new model? How do we manage colleagues through the process? How would we govern and ensure quality? How would we work with partners and manage those relationships? How do we protect our brand during the transition University aims, objectives and mission/values How we work with back office, admin, management functions •Education •Courses •Attract/ retain students •Teach •Assessment •Quality •Research •Research bids •Secure Funding •Research •Publish •Commercialise •Partners •Make us IP friendly •Commercialise our skills •Seed fund Channels On campus – Online – Worldwide – Partners What we create Education. – training – research – products Customers
  11. 11. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams ENSURING QUALITY Matching teaching skills to ambitions - retraining Flexible approach to delivery to suit global reach and changing work patterns Increase transparency of quality process outputs and communicate results Better collation and extrapolation form student results, success and perceived educational quality Act quickly and firmly in failing situations – strong policies and procedures Promote cooperation and inclusion from all stakeholders – feedback becomes part of the learning and teaching process 11
  12. 12. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams DELIVERY Multimodal/Blended learning Short courses online Deeper online engagement – leverage of existing and private networks Collaborative learning – built in course development New forms of qualifications externally delivered In-partner delivery New tech for delivery Lectures/ worskhops Hangout tutorials Free, Freemium, Sponsored and Paid Iterative 12
  13. 13. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams FUNDING Research – REF and Commercial Commercial Courses – online and offline Product Development – angel, seed, VC funding Commercialised interface with student talent 13
  14. 14. @dickyadamswww.radams.co.uk richard@radams.co.ukSlideshare Richard Adams “ ” “ ” COMPUTER SCIENCE IS NO MORE ABOUT COMPUTERS THAN ASTRONOMY IS ABOUT TELESCOPES Agatha Christie Edsger Wybe Dijkstra 14 “ 'TO ERR IS HUMAN,' BUT A HUMAN ERROR IS NOTHING TO WHAT A COMPUTER CAN DO IF IT TRIES.”
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