Digital Education & Lifelong Learning - Jeff Haywood

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Jeff Haywood is the Vice-principal, Knowledge Management at University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
This Keynote Presentation was delivered at the EDEN 2014 Annual Conference in June 2014.
http://www.eden-online.org

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Digital Education & Lifelong Learning - Jeff Haywood

  1. 1. Professor Jeff Haywood, Vice Principal, CIO & Librarian University of Edinburgh, UK jeff.haywood@ed.ac.uk http://homepages.ed.ac.uk/jhaywood 1 Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014 Digital Education & Lifelong Learning
  2. 2. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 20142
  3. 3. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 20143 Change my job Help my kids with schoolwork Return to work Learn for fun Keep my brain active Improve my career Socialise Keep studying my favourite subject Be a better citizen
  4. 4. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 20144 To satisfy these needs, worldwide, we need lifelong learning provision that is flexible in time flexible in location flexible in format and affordable
  5. 5. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 20145 The lifelong learning landscape  Formal learning  Non-formal learning  Informal learning  Learning taking place at the level of the o Corporate / organisation o SME o Social group o Individual
  6. 6. 6 Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  7. 7. On-campus 30,000 students all courses since ~1990 Off-campus 2000 students 50 Masters since ~2005 open T E C H N O L O G Y An educational portfolio with technology: 2013 6 MOOCs 308k learners since 2012 ~25 MOOCs under construction 7 Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  8. 8. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 20148
  9. 9. On-campus 30,000 students all courses since ~1990 Off-campus 2000 students 50 Masters since ~2005 open T E C H N O L O G Y An educational portfolio with technology: 2013 14 MOOCs 750k learners since 2012 ~15 MOOCs under constructio n 9 Open studies Extension ~17,000 learners enrolled LITTLE/NO TECHNOLOGY Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  10. 10. William G Bowen, Tanner Lecture, Stanford University, October 2012 Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 201410
  11. 11. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 201411 MOOCs as Lifelong Learning Currently approaching 1000 MOOCs worldwide from an increasing range of MOOC platforms
  12. 12. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 201412
  13. 13. 13 Increasing repeat study of learners on 6 Edinburgh MOOCs Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  14. 14. 14 Age profiles of learners on 6 Edinburgh MOOCs Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  15. 15. 15 Top countries supplying learners on 6 Edinburgh MOOCs Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  16. 16. 16 Educational profiles of learners on 6 Edinburgh MOOCs Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  17. 17. 17 Prior study subject of learners on 6 Edinburgh MOOCs Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  18. 18. 18 Reasons for learners to study on 6 Edinburgh MOOCs Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  19. 19. 19 Reasons for studying on a MOOC vs age profiles Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 2014
  20. 20. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 201420
  21. 21. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 201421 MOOC as traditional MOOC MOOC as content & curriculum only = open resource MOOC as solo study MOOC as group study (auto-cohort) MOOC content & curriculum taught by another college/university/tutor (SPOC) MOOC into university curriculum Underpinned by: • Open access publication (=open digital library) • Open access research datasets (=open research) • Open instrumentation (=open laboratory) Probable/possible MOOC developmental pathways
  22. 22. Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 201422 Challenges to making progress  Assessment for all forms of digital education  Credits & awards for open study  Real credit transfer  Recognition of prior learning  Security  Digital education in practical subjects  Independent advice and guidance services for learners
  23. 23. 23 E-assessment – the big challenge  High quality online tools for a wide range of assessments at scale o Reflection, problem-solving, teamwork, labwork & practicals, research skills, presentation skills, quantitative reasoning, subject-specific knowledge, analytic skills, logic & argumentation, creativity  Identification of the individual & their work o In-person (testing centres) & remote proctoring (360 deg webcams) o Biometrics & ID documentation
  24. 24. On-campus AND off-campus 40,000 students, all with at least one fully online course Off-campus 10,000 students 100 Masters 10s of PGRs open T E C H N O L O G Y An educational portfolio with technology: c2020 100s MOOCs 1000s OERs 10,000,000 learners since 2012 Open studies Extension ~17,000 learners enrolled Open Digital Education & Lifelong Learning, Zagreb, June 201424
  25. 25. 25 Thank you for listening © MSc Digital Education University of Edinburgh http://online.education.ed.ac.uk/

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