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  • What can ICT do for Higher Education ?
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  • Supporting change in education systems
  •                                                                                                                                                         Oslo bay and City Hall
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  • Global arena for Open and Distance Education
    •  Established in 1938 , 70 years long history in the field of distance education
    •  Cooperates with
    • United Nation organisations (such as UNESCO, and The World Bank)
    • Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization ( SEAMEO)
    • Organization of American States (OAS)
    • European Union
    • Regional and national associations
    International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE )
    •  Global
    • ICDE is the only global organisation in the field of distance education and virtual learning.
    •   Membership organisation
    • for educational institutions that deliver distance education, web-based teaching and flexible learning. 90 countries are represented.
    •  Members are mostly universities, Higher Education institutions and government agencies
    International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE )
    • Approaching new horizons
    • new constitution
    • new organization
    • new executive board
    • developing new strategies
    • Overview of ICDE’s business bodies
    • Board of Trustees (IBoT)
        • Nick Allen, USA
        • Gabriel Ferraté, Spain
        • Svein Haaland (Vice Chair), Norway
        • David Sewart (Chair), UK
        • Atwi Suparman, Indonesia
    • Executive Committee
        • Paul Grimwood, New Zealand
        • Denise Kirkpatrick, UK
        • Fredric Litto, Brazil
        • Marta Mena, Argentina
        • Frits Pannekoek : President, Canada
        • Barnmey Pityana Nyaeko South Africa
    • Election Committee
        • Tian Belawati, Indonesia
        • Ingeborg Bø, Norway
        • Gary Miller, USA
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  • EVENTS
    •   ICDE contributes to capacity building and professional development in its membership through sub-regional, regional and global conferences, meetings, projects, networking and information dissemination to its members. 
    • Each year
      • ICDE Standing Conference of Presidents (Oct. 2008 hosted by Shanghai TV University, China)
      • Supporting International Conferences among members
    • Biannually
      • World conference on Open and Distance Education
  • 23rd WORLD CONFERENCE, June 2009 23 rd ICDE World Conference on Open Learning and Distance Education including The 2009 EADTU Annual Conference       Hosted by         “ Flexible Education for All: Open – Global – Innovative”   7 – 10 June 2009 Maastricht, The Netherlands         Sponsored by the Dutch Ministry of Education Culture and Science     Supported by   UNESCO SEAMEO      
  •   What can ICT do for Higher Education ? Dr Carl Holmberg Secretary General www.icde.org [email_address] International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE)
  • “ the ability or inability of societies to master technologies that are strategically decisive in each historic period, largely shapes their destiny … technology embodies the capacity of societies to transform themselves” The Rise of the Network Society Manuel Castells
  • “ Education, training and research are the key to economic renewal … we need an integrated strategy for education and research based on networking and mobility giving priority to the technologies of the future ” Address to EP - January 2002 Romano Prodi
  • Lunarstorm
  • www.lunarstorm.se/works
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  • Campus based learners
  • Campus based learners Mobile learners - at home - on the road - in organised environements learning centres libraries workplace
  • Campus based learners Mobile learners - growing up with IT - using IT as IRT ( Info Relations Tech ) - used to e-face to e-face
  • Campus based Learners - growing up with IT - using IT as IRT ( Info Relations Tech ) - used to e-face to e-face Mobile learners - growing up with IT - using IT as IRT ( Info Relations Tech ) - used to e-face to e-face
  • Campus based Learners ?? - growing up with IT - using IT as IRT ( Info Relations Tech ) - used to e-face to e-face Mobile learners - growing up with IT - using IT as IRT ( Info Relations Tech ) - used to e-face to e-face
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  •   What can ICT do for Higher Education ? Distance Education – and how to break down borders in the World of Education Dr Carl Holmberg Secretary General www.icde.org [email_address] International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE)
  • Open Learning • the removal of restrictions, exclusions and privileges • the accreditation of students' previous experience • flexibility in managing the time variable • substantial changes in the relationships between professors and students Ross Paul 1990
  • OPPORTUNITIES – THREATS
    • Plurality
    • Pedagogy
    • Power
  • Plurality
    • Time, tempo, study paths, sources for studies varies
    • Flexible education systems
    • Co-operating education systems
    • Open education systems
    • Many different education systems
  • Pedagogy
    • Studies and learning are focused
    • Dialogue and interaction
    • Learning takes place in the right context
    • Social, administrative och emotional support important
  • Power
    • Redistribution of power from teachers to other actors and to students
    • Education shall respond to individual needs and life situation
    • The individual student makes the crusial decisions
  • Development processes in Education Systems Openness Flexibility Mobile Powershift … .
  • Technologies
  • Technologies Pedagogy
  • Organisation Technologies Pedagogy
  • Policy, goals Organisation Technologies Pedagogy
  • Policy, goals Organisation, technologies Pedagogy Attitudes, beliefs, values
  • New Learning Cultures
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  • Old idea about learning Transport of information
  • “ Modern idea” about learning (2000 years?) Presentation of subject matter + interaction
  • Moving towards flexible learning
    • Education systems
    • Formal adult education
    • - ”community colleges”
    • Nonformal adult education
      • folkhigh schools
      • study organisations
    • University education
  • “ Education, training and research are the key to economic renewal … we need an integrated strategy for education and research based on networking and mobility giving priority to the technologies of the future ” Address to EP - January 2002 Romano Prodi
  • Moving towards flexible learning Employment Sustainable jobs Economic growth Lifelong learning Personal development Active citizen
  • Teaching in focus Learning in focus Suplier perspective Student perspective Flexible learning