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Slides used during the IT Brownbag session on Educause 2010. ...

Slides used during the IT Brownbag session on Educause 2010.

Fordham IT's 'Brown Bag' program began in June 2008. This program was designed specifically to spend time with fellow colleagues getting to know what they do on a daily basis. It has evolved into presentations on current projects, lesson learned from conferences, etc.
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http://protopage.com/ktreglia#Untitled/Educause_2010

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Takeaways from Educause2010 (slides) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. EDUCAUSE 2010 Thoughts and Reflections Kristen A. Treglia Instructional Technologist
  • 2. Resources www.protopage.com/ktreglia
  • 3. WE CANNOT CONTINUE TO TEACH OUR LEARNERS AS WE WERE TAUGHT Takeaway # 1
  • 4. Distance vs. Distributed Education: Bringing the Campus to the Students EDUCAUSE Conference 2010 by educausestaff via Flickr Neil Gershenfeld Director of MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms
  • 5. Principal Voices: Neil Gershenfeld* What is a Fab Lab? *Note, I was unable to link directly to this video, search for “Principal voices: Neil Gershenfeld
  • 6. “Is MIT Obselete?" Video of Session 45:27-47:17
  • 7. "education institution is a network not a place" EDUCAUSE Conference 2010 by educausestaff via Flickr Video of session 52:31-55:25
  • 8. IT IS IMPERATIVE TO PREPARE FACULTY FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEARNERS Takeaway # 2
  • 9. Engaged, Empowered and Enabled: The New K–12 Student Vision for Learning Niece & My Nokia 6230i (by Nikon D70) Julie Evans by Spitzgogo_CHEN (Nokia 6230i) via Flickr Chief Executive Officer Project Tomorrow
  • 10. Who am I? Profile characteristics:
  • 11. choices
  • 12. or www.polleverywhere.com
  • 13. Who am I? A 3rd grade girl with average tech skills from a rural community
  • 14. Free Agent Learner wi-fi by ·júbilo·haku· via Flickr Video of Session 36:52-40:00
  • 15. BE INSPIRED Takeaway # 3
  • 16. “Be part of the vanguard, not the old guard” Gary Hamel
  • 17. Change can come from one individual Be passionate about your ideas by mysza831 via Flickr Together Forever
  • 18. Other highlights
  • 19. Example of using social media to develop a PLN
  • 20. What we want is not survival for institutions, what we want is better, deeper student learning with greater access for all. And the memo that I read on that said the Internet had the most promise of achieving that goal that any platform of humanity has ever invented.
  • 21. The irony behind it all is that the internet was modeled on the free, open, collegial discussion that higher ed had modeled. And now we look at the internet as the enemy, the thing we need to have a wall to separate our students from.
  • 22. WE MUST COLLABORATE AND COMMUNICATE MORE CLOSELY WITH FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENTS TO DEVELOP A COMMUNITY OF LIFELONG LEARNING SKILLS Takeaway # 4
  • 23. Community Briefing: Next Generation Learning Challenges Ira H. Fuchs Executive Director, Next Generation Learning Challenges
  • 24. Collaboration between institutions *no need to reinvent the wheel
  • 25. Suggestions for next year