Peninsula keynote scott dennisPresentation Transcript
Technology Day, Peninsula College, Feb 7th, 2011
"What is Internet, anyway?“ "little mark with the 'a' and the ring around it” 1994 "that massive computer network, the one that's becoming really big now."
According to an IBM study, in 2010, within four years, the amount of digital information in the world will double every 11 hours. http://www-935.ibm.com/services/us/cio/leverage/levinfo_wp_gts_thetoxic.pdf
Ongoing eLearning Growth Over 96,600 students learn online each year + 34,000 Hybrid Online FTE up more than 22% Hybrid FTE up more than 45% 18% (and growing) of all state instruction is delivered via online or hybrid instruction. 9
eLearning Open Office Hours: (http://goo.gl/JpmfU)
Learning Community in Elluminate: (http://goo.gl/cr2R5)
ANGEL 7.4 Available until October 2014 ANGEL 8.0 Releasing Mid-2011 ANGEL 7.4 “Operational Support” Oct ‘12 LMS Demos between Oct 2010 – S’2011 RFP conducted Fall 2011 – S’2012 Migrate: Fall 2012 - S’2014 WAOL ANGEL runs in parallel for 2 years LMS Timeline/Next Steps http://lmsnextsteps.ning.com
Functional Requirements, elearning Council Familiarity Sessions Fall’10 – Summer ‘11 RFP, Fall ‘11 – Summer ’12 System RFP committee (including ELC, ITC, IC, WACTC Technology, Student Disabilities Council, FACTC, University partners and other interested parties), chaired by SBCTC Director of eLearning and Open Education, selects the next LMS. LMS Next Steps RFP
Open Education Open Course Library designing and sharing 81 high enrollment, gatekeeper courses for face-to-face, hybrid and/or online delivery to improve course completion rates lower textbook costs for students (<$30) provide new resources for faculty to use in their courses for our college system to fully engage the global open educational resources discussion.
81 courses = 411,133 enrollments / year 411,133 enrollments x $100 textbook = $41M+ in textbook costs / student debt per year Limit on textbook costs in redesigned courses is $30. If courses are adopted by 25% of the sections in the system (faculty decision), the savings to students will be $7.2M per year. Savings increase with increased adoptions and/or when courses use free, open textbooks. Open Education
Thank you Questions Scott Dennis eLearning Professional Development Manager WA State Board Community & Technical Colleges email@example.com Voice: 360.747.7211