The Future of E-learning

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Presentation give to IPD ICT Directors Event, Bagshot, Surrey 9th Feb 2009 (IPD24)

Presentation give to IPD ICT Directors Event, Bagshot, Surrey 9th Feb 2009 (IPD24)

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  • 1. The Future of E-learning Matt Lingard, Educational Technology Consultant
  • 2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/yannie/23234474/ … majority of students use a limited range of technologies for formal and informal learning… … As students look to their lecturers for clues as to how to use technology tools for learning, many lecturers are unaware of the potential of these tools… (Research from Glasgow Caledonian University, 2008)
  • 3.
    • Internet Access
      • 65% households (Ofcom, 2008)
      • 88.4% access is broadband (ONS, 2007)
    • 90% secondary children have PC access at home (reported in TES, 2007)
  • 4. Virtual learning 'slow starter' (Ofsted, 2009)
  • 5. E-learning Now
    • Whiteboards
      • 18 per primary
      • 38 per secondary
    • PCs 1 > 4.3 Pupils (secondary)
    • Social software used in 20% Schools
      • Students mainly consumers
    • Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) ?
    • (Becta, 2008)
  • 6. What is a VLE? From YouTube User: “ paulwill90 ”
  • 7. Where are you? VLE 0 5 10
  • 8. VLEs in Schools (UK, State Schools, Becta) 46% 60% 11% 21% Primary Secondary 2007 2008
  • 9. Futures: Government Strategy
    • Online information for all
    • Online personal support for learners
    • Personalised learning activities
    • Training & Support for Practitioners
    • Leadership Package
    • Common Digital Infrastructure
    • (Harnessing Technology, 2005)
  • 10. Futures: Government Strategy (2)
    • “ Education & training for digital technology …underpins everything we do in C21st”
    • Inspiring and innovative programmes to engage new generations
    • Access to learning & technical resources
    • Support for skills for teachers
    • E-safety for children a priority
    • (Digital Britain, 2008)
  • 11. 2007 2013 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Social Computing, Personal Broadcasting User created content, Social Networking Mobile Phones, Educational Gaming Grassroots Video, Collaboration Webs Mobile Broadband, Data Mashups Geo-Everything, The Personal Web Collective Intelligence, Social OSs Semantic Applications, Smart Objects Mainstream in educational institutions by… Horizon Reports 2006-9 Mobiles, Cloud Computing
  • 12. Open Personalisation Participation Mobile (Ubiquitous)` The Future of E-learning… … in one word?
  • 13. Creation, Communication, Collaboration
  • 14. Open Content
  • 15. Interactive content
  • 16. 2) Repositories – sharing teaching material 1) Mobile Learning
  • 17. Networks & Informal Learning: “Twitter”
  • 18. PLE – MY learning environment (Netvibes)
  • 19. E-portfolios: “My Stuff”
  • 20. Challenges
    • Engaging students
    • Engaging staff
    • Digital literacy – staff & students
      • Online Safety / awareness
  • 21. Links
    • Today’s links: http://delicious.com/tag/ipd24
    • Matt Lingard
      • [email_address]
      • Blog: http:// madrattling.wordpress.com
      • Follow me: http://twitter.com/mattlingard