What is the allure? Why have we all been drawn in?
Pre-fab, easy, shovel-ready
Standardization.But no PDA.
Open Source = “Free” Fixer-Uppers
No matter which one you choose, there’s a heavy infrastructure investment that goes with it.
Alec Couros (as seen in Dave Cormier’s presentation)
The simplicity of web 2.0 tools draw is in . . .
Why do we keep using the CMS?
I’m not dead yet . . .
Large lectures, throughput.
Other competing demands on time . . .
Employer expectations – Degrees, GPAs, etc.
Dan Gillmor, author of We the Media (See Shirky, p. 7)
Students no longer passive consumers.
Digital literacy = using & engaging around content, not just drinking it all in (which is impossible)60 Billion e-mails a Day75 Million Blogs80 Million YouTube Videos – 412 years to watch! (But 13 new hours / minute)6.4 Billion Google Searches / Month13 Million Wikipedia Articles (280k+ Contributors)
1. Open for Learning<br />Bridging the Gap Between<br />the PLE & the CMS<br />Jon Mott<br />Asst. to the Academic VP<br />Brigham Young University<br />OpenEd 2009<br />Vancouver, BC<br />
2. the allure of the CMS<br />
8. the case for & against the CMS<br />APIs<br />SIS<br />EXTERNAL<br />APPLICATIONS<br />CMS<br />CONTENT<br />CUSTOM<br />INTEGRATION<br />ASSESSMENT<br />GRADEBOOK<br />COMMUNICATION<br />REDUNDANT & NON-INTEGRATED APPLICATIONS<br />COLLABORATION<br />
9. enter the PLE<br />
17. radical<br />simplicity<br />
19. Blackboard is trying to keep up.<br />Michael L. Chasen, the company&apos;s chief executive, has told The Chronicle that the latest version of the software integrates some Web 2.0 tools and still offers plenty of features that blogging packages can&apos;t match, like online gradebooks.<br />
115. &quot;The clue train stopped there four times a day for ten years and they never took delivery.&quot; <br />— Veteran of a firm now free-falling <br />out of the Fortune 500<br />http://cluetrain.com<br />
116. 95 theses<br />
117. If you don’t know<br />what you want your<br />students to become,<br />it doesn’t matter<br />what you do.<br />