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Vortrag gehalten am 19. November 2010 in Hamburg auf der Campus Innovation 2010

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    • Trends des vernetzten Lernens Oder: Welche Zukunft hat eigentlich eLearning? OpenCourseWare und Facebook MBA: Modelle für Life Long Learning? www.hq.de Dr. Jochen Robes Campus Innovation, Hamburg 19. November 2010
    • ―Universities are losing their grip on higher learning as the Internet is, inexorably, becoming the dominant infrastructure for knowledge — both as a container and as a global platform for knowledge exchange between people ...‖
    • ―Five years from now on the web for free you’ll be able to find the best lectures in the world.‖ (Bill Gates, 2010)
    • Agenda  “Facebook MBA”: Revolution in Education oder Marketing?  “Open Educational Resources”: Anfang oder Ende der Fahnenstange?  “Open Online Courses”: Mehr als ein Ausnahmefall?  “Edupunk”: open = selbstorganisiert & anti-institutionell?  “Kaplan”: Und jetzt: Open Accreditation?
    • “Facebook MBA”: Revolution in Education oder Marketing?
    • “Facebook MBA”: Revolution in Education oder Marketing?
    • “Facebook MBA”: Revolution in Education oder Marketing?  Kursmaterialien stehen offen via Facebook zur Verfügung (inkl. 80 Std. Video)  ―We expect to get over 500,000 users in the first year.‖ (LSBF)  Wer Examen oder Abschluss will, zahlt für den MBA (zwischen 13.500 und 17.000 Euro)  8,8 Mill. Euro Investment (Entwicklungskosten)  ―There is immense potential in the market for online education.‖ (LSBF)
    • “Facebook MBA”: Revolution in Education oder Marketing?
    • “Open Educational Resources”: Anfang oder Ende der Fahnenstange? seit 2002: MIT OpenCourseWare
    • “Open Educational Resources”: Anfang oder Ende der Fahnenstange? seit 2005: OpenCourseWare Consortium
    • “Open Educational Resources”: Anfang oder Ende der Fahnenstange?
    • “Open Educational Resources”: Anfang oder Ende der Fahnenstange? Herausforderungen:  Nachhaltigkeit/ Sustainability “Dear Jochen, ... Your donation makes a difference. It's an important part of our funding sources that covers our $3.7 million dollar annual cost to publish new and updated courses ...” (MIT OpenCourseWare, November 2010)  Wiederverwendung/ Reuse “If open education practitioners (both individuals and institutions) cannot move from large-scale sharing to large-scale adopting, the field is dead.” (David Wiley, 16.10.2010)
    • “Open Online Courses”: Mehr als die Ausnahme von der Regel? Stephen Downes, George Siemens
    • “Open Online Courses”: Mehr als die Ausnahme von der Regel? Google Groups Second Life Facebook Übersetzungen Videos Concept Maps Blogs
    • “Open Online Courses”: Mehr als die Ausnahme von der Regel? Zur Diskussion stehen:  die Rolle und Motive der Lehrenden  das Geschäftsmodell eines Open Online Courses  die Erfolgsparameter  die Inhalte (Offenheit, Qualität, Rechte)  die Infrastruktur eines Open Online Courses  die Struktur (Curriculum) eines Open Online Courses  die Notwendigkeit der Akkreditierung
    • “Open Online Courses”: Mehr als die Ausnahme von der Regel?
    • “Edupunk”: open = selbstorganisiert & anti-institutionell? Ivan Illich Jim Groom
    • “Edupunk”: open = selbstorganisiert & anti-institutionell? “Edupunk n. Avoiding mainstream teaching tools like Powerpoint and Blackboard, edupunks bring the rebellious attitude and DIY ethos of ’70s bands like the Clash to the classroom.” (Wired) Anya Kamenetz
    • “Edupunk”: open = selbstorganisiert & anti-institutionell?
    • “Kaplan”: Und jetzt: Open Accreditation? “Content was the first area of focus in open education. Teaching (i.e. MOOCs) are the second. Accreditation will be next, but, before progress can be made, profile, identity, and peer-rating systems will need to improve dramatically.” (George Siemens, Reflections on open courses, 2010)
    • “Kaplan”: Und jetzt: Open Accreditation? (Anya Kamenetz, 9. November 2010)
    • “Kaplan”: Und jetzt: Open Accreditation? ―It seems Kaplan ... is putting some money into an a new assessment and internal startup, accreditation business, focused on offering college credit for prior learning — including self-learning taking advantage of free Open Courseware such as that provided by MIT.‖
    • “Kaplan”: Und jetzt: Open Accreditation? ―This could be the long-awaited missing link for open courseware – everyone says that an open, democratic accreditation system is the Holy Grail that’s sorely missing in order for free and open courseware and peer-based learning networks to translate into affordable, accessible, higher education. Or it could be the Evil Empire taking over and strangling the edupunk movement.‖
    • “Kaplan”: Und jetzt: Open Accreditation? YouTube
    • Herzlichen Dank! Kontakt: Dr. Jochen Robes HQ Interaktive Mediensysteme GmbH, Wilhelmstr. 34, 65183 Wiesbaden, 0611 – 99 212-0, jr@hq.de Weiterbildungsblog: www.weiterbildungsblog.de Xing: https://www.xing.com/profile/Jochen_Robes Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/jrobes Twitter: http://twitter.com/jrobes Scribd: http://www.scribd.com/jochen_robes Facebook: http://www.facebook.com
    • Flickr-Referenzen: Slide 1: tcp909 http://www.flickr.com/photos/tcp909/132665279/ Slide 2: Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams: Innovating the 21st-Century University: It’s Time! http://www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE+Review/EDUCAUS EReviewMagazineVolume45/Innovatingthe21stCenturyUni ver/195370 Slide 4: TechCrunch: Bill Gates: In Five Years The Best Education Will Come From The Web http://techcrunch.com/2010/08/06/bill-gates-education/ Slide 17: sbzondergeld http://www.flickr.com/photos/46407290@N00/87816520 / Stephan Mosel http://www.flickr.com/photos/moe/171256163/ Slide 18: Fleep Tuque http://www.flickr.com/photos/fleep/2854065193/ Slide 19: Matthias Melcher http://www.flickr.com/photos/37794987@N00/28437076 57/ Slide 22: umwdtlt http://www.flickr.com/photos/umwdtlt/2531015107/ josemota http://www.flickr.com/photos/josemota/3616862945/