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The presentation shows 5 main trends for e-learning - it is a starting point for discussions, slides can be re-used for workshops on trend identification and roadmapping

The presentation shows 5 main trends for e-learning - it is a starting point for discussions, slides can be re-used for workshops on trend identification and roadmapping

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  • 1. The Future of E-Learning: Five Trends Prof. Dr. Jan M. Pawlowski Essen, 04.11.2011
  • 2. Licensing: Creative Commons You are free: to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit the work to Remix — to adapt the work Under the following conditions: Attribution. You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). Noncommercial. You may not use this work for commercial purposes. Share Alike. If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ http://www.slideshare.net/jan.pawlowski
  • 3. …Jyväskylä, Finland…Source: [http://www.jyu.fi/, http://www.jyvaskyla.fi/]
  • 4. Global Information Systems, University of Jyväskylä (JYU) - The Team Denis Kozlov Kati Clements Philipp Holtkamp Henri Pirkkalainen Jan M. Pawlowski My background Ph.D. Business Information Systems, University of Essen Habilitation ―Quality Management / Integration of Knowledge Management and E-Learning‖ Professor in ―Global Information Systems‖ Chair CEN/ISSS Workshop Learning Technologies ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36 Project Editor
  • 5. From 1970 to 2000 What’s next?
  • 6. JYU: Global Information SystemsFocus areas Projects Global Information Systems OpenScout: OER for Supporting globally distributed Management workgroups TELMAP: Technology Open Educational Resources Forecasting Reference Modeling NORDLET: Nordic Baltic Network for Learning, Education and TrainingE-Learning COSMOS, Open Science Supporting international Resources: Exchange of education settings Scientific Content Cultural adaptation ASPECT: Open Content Standardization & Quality and standards for schools Management iCOPER: New standards for Mobile & Ambient Learning educational technologies Innovative tools and solutions LaProf: Language learning in ICT and agriculture
  • 7. Five Trends in E-LearningBased on – Telmap project on trend forecasting – Weak signals analysis, future search conferences, expert workshops – Personal observationsCurrent and future trends, – Time horizon: immediate future (0-3 years), near future (3-5 years)Trend Summary – Mobility and globalization – Contextualization and personalization – Collaboration, social media – New devices and channels – Future technologies: internet of things, augmented reality
  • 8. Trend 1: Higher Education, Mobility, Skills Students job market entry age decreases (less experience, less language skills) The world is not flat: more global competences needed, less opportunities due to time pressure More individual responsibility for employability and competitiveness Individual learning opportunities will increase Global competences need to be taken into account Multi-language, multi-cultural courses necessary
  • 9. Trend 2: How we learn… Contextualized learning: in the workplace, on business trips, in social settings Personalized learning: combining tools and learning opportunities Provide add-on tools Consider scenarios of personalization (media, devices, tools & services)
  • 10. Trend 3: Tools and Scenarios Massive amount of contents are openly available (OER) Collaborative teaching becomes popular or at least unavoidable Social software increases collaboration Consider open models – focus on consulting, tutoring and certification Utilize social networks Create alliances for teaching and learning
  • 11. Trend 4: Devices Mobile devices have reached the critical mass of users Tablets and smart- phones as learning devices Apps as learning channels Consider mobile scenarios Utilize opportunities of new input possibilities Broaden channels: e-books, apps, …
  • 12. Trend 5: Future technologies Internet of things: smart objects → teaching objects Location based services: learning all over with fellow learners Augmented reality: embedding reality and learning services Tele-presence: new conferencing and tutoring Consider further personalization and location based services Prepare for new tutoring tools
  • 13. Summary We need to prepare the next generation of learning systems Don’t wait until technologies are mature – develop didactic approaches incorporating leading edge technologies. NOW! Combine domain-competences with general competences – they don’t add up! Create strategic alliances around the globe to reach new target groups and markets
  • 14. Contact us…Prof. Dr. Jan M. Pawlowskijan.m.pawlowski@jyu.fiGLIS on the web…http://users.jyu.fi/~japawlowNORDLET OpenScouthttp://www.nordlet.org/ http://www.openscout.net

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