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  • 1. Technology-enabled learning: state of the art Dr. Eric Kluijfhout
  • 2. Generations in ‘distance’ learning• First generation: Correspondence courses• Second generation: Broadcasting• Third generation: Multi-media• Fourth generation: Computer- and web-based learning• Fifth generation: Personalised, ubiquitous life- long learning & professional development
  • 3. Drivers1. Correspondence Accessibility & a-synchronous communication2. Broadcasting Open access3. Multi-media Enrichment4. E-learning Synchronous and a-synchro- nous communication5. Networked learning Continuous professional development
  • 4. Trends• Learning as a life-long process• Formal (higher) education = initial education• Employability: individual responsible for CPD• The web as a source of: – up-to-date information – access to fellow-professionals – professional services
  • 5. What is actually happening in HE?
  • 6. Typical TEL implementations• To substitute (part of) traditional teaching and learning: substitution• To improve (part of) traditional teaching and learning: innovation• To radically change the institution’s core business: transformation
  • 7. Relation to ‘traditional’ teaching• TEL in addition and parallel to traditional means of teaching and learning: extended classroom• TEL to replace part of the traditional curriculum and teaching setting: blended learning• TEL to facilitate learning independent of place, time and pace: distributed learning
  • 8. Effort transformation innovation substitution Time
  • 9. Implications for HEIs• Role of libraries• Role of teachers• Infrastructure – Institutional – Sector-level• ‘Networked organization’
  • 10. What about Ethiopian HEIs?• Role of libraries• Role of teachers• ‘Networked organization’ – Learning resources (OERs) – Educational offerings (courses, programmes) – Teachers, researchers and subject experts – Learners and professionals (alumni)• ICT infrastructure requirements – Institutional – Sector-, national- and international
  • 11. Your update please ..... during the discussion Now:ODL in a technology-challenged environment
  • 12. Eric Kluijfhout – Competence Solutions eric@competence-solutions.com eric.kluijfhout http://nl.linkedin.com/in/erickluijfhout http://www.slideshare.net/eric.kluijfhout CC license: attribution – non-commercial – share alike
  • 13. National and regional connectivity• WoredaNet• Ethiopian Higher Education and Research Net (EtHERNet)• National ICTs in Higher Education Initiative• Ethiopian ICT Development Agencyhttp://www.ubuntunet.net/sites/ubuntunet.net/files/Intra-Africa_Fibre_Map_v6.pdf http://www.intac.net/telecom-reach-in-africa-whos-connected/