The University of the Future

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The University model faces the biggest challenges in the 1000 year history of the institution. A broad based
teaching & research institution with a large asset base and large in-house back office will prove in most cases unviable in 10-15 years: Ernst & Young, University of the Future Report 2013.

This analysis looks at the 5 drivers of change as identified in the report:
1. Democratisation of knowledge & access
2. Contestability of markets & funding
3. Digital technologies
4. Global mobility
5. Integration with industry

More details and resources are available from McCrindle Research at www.mccrindle.com.au

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  • From phone directory to contact someone to social networksFrom the written to the tactileFrom the user manual to intuitiveFrom street directory to GPS guidance (choose your route)From RSVPs where you used to plan with structure to FB yes, no, maybe.
  • FundingFundingTeacher-payTeacher-payBack-to-basicsBack-to-basicsFundingRespectful-relationshipsRecruiting&retainingEntertainment-vs-educationBack-to-basicsClassroom-sizeTechnologyTeacher-trainingHigher-payLimited-fundsFundingFundingStudent-behaviourTechnologyStudent-behaviourBack-to-basics
  • The University of the Future

    1. 1. The University ChallengeAnalysis based on the Ernst & Young, University of the Future Report
    2. 2. The University Challenge: •“A broad based •teaching & research institution •with a large asset base •and large in-house back office •will prove unviable in 10-15 years.” Ernst & Young, University of the Future Report 2013
    3. 3. 1. Democratisationof knowledge & access
    4. 4. v
    5. 5. Engaging Learners in Changing Times Closed book exams Open book worldMemorising “just in case” Accessing “just in time” Teacher (what) Coach (how) Clinical classroom: Innovative aesthetic: Block out distractions Stimulates learning Industrial system Organic environmentCurriculum driven (3Rs) Learner-centric
    6. 6. 2. Contestabilityof markets & funding
    7. 7. 1973
    8. 8. 2013
    9. 9. 2053
    10. 10. Population: Today & 2050 Population Growth: 2011-2050 (in millions) 2011 Over 65s 3.05 20112011 Under 18s 5.22 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Under 18s Over 65s % increase 34% 294%
    11. 11. Population: Today & 2050 Population Growth: 2011-2050 (in millions) 8.97 2011 Over 65s 3.05 2050 2011 6.972011 Under 18s 5.22 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Under 18s Over 65s % increase 34% 294%
    12. 12. Funding and the future Commonwealth budget as % of GDPAged Pension 2.8 2011 Education 2.7 0 1 2 3 4 5
    13. 13. Funding and the future Commonwealth budget as % of GDP 2.8Aged Pension 4 2011 2050 2.7 Education 1.9 0 1 2 3 4 5
    14. 14. 3. Digitaltechnologies
    15. 15. “I don’t care whatplatform our newsappears on – if it ison printed paper orif it is on the web ormobile or whatever”Rupert Murdoch,Wall Street Journal
    16. 16. “Engaging” Varied deliveryLearning Preference Practical& Experience Hands on activity Facilitated interactive discussion Case studies- real world“Not engaging” Demonstration Verbal only Observable Self directed learning Academic lectures Group work Non-visual Online learningFormal presentations Classroom style “Depends” Text information Using technology Monologue
    17. 17. 4. Global mobility
    18. 18. 5. Integration with industry
    19. 19. New Jobs for the FutureSocial media managerSustainability officerRetirement services agentClassroom avatar managerMedical nanotechnologistDigital history analystCyber security professional
    20. 20. StreamlinedStatus Quo
    21. 21. Transformers
    22. 22. Niche Dominators

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