Meeting the challenge of change

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  • Meeting the challenge of change

    1. 1. Meeting the challenge of change:Historical models of transformation and lessons for higher education George Siemens, PhD July 18, 2012 Campus Technology Boston, MA
    2. 2. “…incessantly destroying the oldone, incessantly creating a new one…theperennial gale of creative destruction” (Schumpeter, 1942)
    3. 3. Perez, 2010
    4. 4. Technical EconomicCloud/SaaS Reduced state supportSocial media Increased tuition costsMobiles GlobalizationMulti-media (better Internationalizationbandwidth)End-user control CommercializationOnline learning For-profit growthConstant connectivity Greater competition
    5. 5. ViabilityWheels Steam MotionTransportation need Scientific progressEntrepreneurship Metal workers: cylinders
    6. 6. Regime transition thesis.. (Freeman, Perez, 1988)
    7. 7. Education systems track thearchitecture of information of an era
    8. 8. To understand what tomorrow’s education system will look like, wehave to understand the architecture of information today: how is it created how is it shared how is it iterated how is it controlled?
    9. 9. Our education system faces information that is:OpenAccessibleDistributedScalableSocialNetworkedSelf-organizedAdaptiveGlobalMultimedia-based
    10. 10. Understanding the attributes of your core productsThe infrastructure and supporting systemneeded for developing and shipping CDs andrecords is very different from what is needed fordigital music
    11. 11. LegacyContexts can change quickly,the physical instantiation of ideas take longer tochange
    12. 12. Why do we wear pants?What was the cost of not adopting pants? Turchin, 2012
    13. 13. Where are the hats??
    14. 14. Why?Who
    15. 15. Robert Krulwich/NPR
    16. 16. Electrification of America
    17. 17. A network & ecosystem model of change
    18. 18. “a thousand threads that lead from thelocomotive to the very beginning of the modernworld” Rosen, 2010
    19. 19. The power of an ecosystem
    20. 20. October, 2001 Courtesy of Apple
    21. 21. April, 2003
    22. 22. October, 2005TV shows, music videos(September, 2006, full length movies)
    23. 23. January, 2007 Courtesy of Apple
    24. 24. Network theory of changeThe integration of services provides the valuefor end users
    25. 25. What does this mean to education?
    26. 26. Fragmentation of integrated whole
    27. 27. When systems are distributed, alternativemodes of integration are needed Stasser-Titus (1985)
    28. 28. Challenge then is to create a new integrated whole
    29. 29. Creating integrated ecosystems:Content,Delivery,Assessment(The integrator rules)
    30. 30. Tightly integrated systems are difficult to sustainComplexity and specialized requires greateropenness
    31. 31. Look at today’s MOOCs as stage one in the formation of an ecosystem
    32. 32. New economic value points in education
    33. 33. Jill: university student
    34. 34. Courtesy: Carol Yeager, CMC11
    35. 35. Paul: employed, upgrading
    36. 36. JulianneSelf-regulated, motivated learner
    37. 37. http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2012-05-19/
    38. 38. http://edfuture.net/ October 8-November 16, 2012
    39. 39. gsiemens @ gmail Twitter Skype FB Whereverwww.elearnspace.orgwww.connectivism.cawww.learninganalytics.net

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