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Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
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Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
Pecha Kucha final assignment TSCI
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  • 1. The future of education and learning in a digital era Research centre for digital education Charly Rozenberg Trends and Strategies in the Creative Industries 2009-2010
  • 2. Research question What are possibilities for the future of digtal learning environments?
  • 3. What is new media Adding new abbilities Convergence old media New ways of delivering a message
  • 4. What is new about media in education New ways for teaching New ways for learning New technologies for education New sources for education
  • 5. Technical options for education Several options: Internet PC’s for everybody Teaching tools Learning tools
  • 6. Technical options for education 2 People need to keep up with technologies New education methods on education
  • 7. Wisdom of the crowds Interesting way of education Easy to do via new technologies
  • 8. Open source media Free and or less expensive tools to educate students Everybody can use the knowledge produced by a view For example: cheaper textbooks via Creative Commons Licensing
  • 9. Peer production Somewhere in between wisdom of the crowds and open source media Helping each other with education and learning
  • 10. Media wisdom Dutch government project Education on how to use new media
  • 11. Econmics Cost of new tools in classroom are high Computers for people can be expensive Education on how to use new education takes time
  • 12. Economics 2 On the other hand: Cheaper books Free information on the internet Creative Commons Licenses
  • 13. Theoretical Perspective Remediation Genealogy New comes fromt the old
  • 14. Newness of media and education Media us in education is not new Remediation and digitalization of media for education creates a new learning environment
  • 15. Vision for the future Create and develop new and challenging ways to educate students and teachers
  • 16. Backcasting as methodology Outline of a future situation Evaluate preferences Testing feasibility of desired future
  • 17. Backcasting as methodology 2 Create a roadmap of what to achieve in the future Step by step timeline that addresses specified milestones that need to be conquered to change the future
  • 18. Concluding the pitch Creating new and challenging education is a long process All assets need to be researched carefully It is about the future of delegation of knowledge in a new era
  • 19. Financial proposal Cost of researcher: €80 an hour Estimated time for research: 2 months (setting up research, contacts, interviews, evaluations, conlusions) Costs research: €25.600
  • 20. Sources used Lister, M., J. Dovey, S. Giddings, I. Grant & K. Kelly (2009) New Media. A critical Introduction. Second Edition. London: Routledge (ISBN: 0-415-43160-3) Benkler, Y. (2006) The Wealth of Networks 2006 Slot, M. & V. Frissen (2007). Users in the Golden Age of the Information Society. In: Observatorio Journal. 3 (2007), pp. 201+224 Ots, M. (2008). Media and Brands: New Ground to Explore. In: Ots M. (ed.) (2008) Media Brands and Branding. Jönköping, Sweden: JIBS. Pp. 1-7. Van Cuilenburg, J. (1999) ‘On competition, access and diversity in media, old and new: some remarks for communications policy in the information age. In: New Media & Society vol. 1, issue 2, p. 183-207 Leendertse, M., M. Manschot & A. de Korte (2009). Creating the ideal ICTenabled learning space. Paper presented at the International Conference of Education, Research & Innovation in Madrid, November 16-18 2009. Ophir, Nass, Wagner. September 15, 2009. Cognitive control in media multitaskers . PNAS 106 (37). Richard Baraniuk’s presentation for TED on open-source learning. http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/richard_baraniuk_on_open_source_learning.html . Wheeler, S. 2009. Blog about learning technology. http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.com/ Plasterk, R. & Rouvoet A. 2008. Kamerstuk Mediawijsheid. Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap (Ministry of Education, Culture and Science).
  • 21. Questions ?

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