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  • IBM works with education to help create lifelong learners. But those same students also play a number of other roles throughout their lifetime. And IBM is working with our clients across many industries to understand how to leverage technologies and new strategies to connect with these same individuals – providing enhanced value. Some examples of our activities include: Working with governments to create single views of their citizens across agencies, like in Puerto RicoCreating collaborative environments for healthcare providers to gain a better view of services for patients. IBM recently announced the Collaborative Care cloud with Aetna Creating public and private profiles to more effectively make recommendations that appeal to interests and needs. Blueworks is an IBM offering that enables collaboration across organizationsIntegrating mobile applications into marketing by retailers. Nordstroms and ATT are examples of companies that are learning more about their customers so they can customize and target their sales and marketing to be highly personalized and portable. So – what can education learn from these other industries and strategies?
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  • Let’s Build a Smarter Planet Together
    DEVELOPING
    HUMAN AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL
    FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
  • 75% employed
    30% loss
    75% of students with a Higher Education degree were employed in their first years in the labor market
    Over 30% of students enrolled in higher education in developed countries leave without a degree or certificate
    40% participation
    Over 40% of all adults participate in formal and/or non-formal education
    29% under educated
    4% or under
    Almost one third of adults have not completed high school
    Unemployment rates for workers with Higher Education degrees has stayed at or below 4%
    42% unemployed
    42% of the 25-64 year-olds with less than a high school qualification are not employed
    “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”
    - William Butler Yeats
    The Opportunity:
    The Challenge:
    Source: Education at a Glance 2010.
    Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Engaged
    Personal
    …students could feel ownership of their education and pride in their success
    ….students and teachers received an individualized experience of education
    Relevant
    ….students saw the direct application of their education to their lives
    Inspired
    Connected
    …students could easily seek out the education that would enhance the quality of their lives
    ….anyone in the educational system could find the connections to people and resources when they needed it
    Informed
    ….teachers were given insights into what works in education for their students
    What if?
  • Single View
    of Services
    Citizen
    Consumer
    Mobility
    Personalization
    Employer
    Analytics
    and
    Insights
    Employee
    Personal
    Profiles
    Lifelong Learner
    Virtual
    Computing
    Community
    Member
    Patient
    Social
    Networking
    LIFELONG
    ROLES
    Collaborative
    Services
    What can education learn other industries to support the development of lifelong learners?
    NEW SERVICES
  • Social Learning
    and Research
    Any Device
    Access
    Life Portfolios
    Research Lab
    Textbooks &
    Homework
    Virtual Computing
    Labs
    These emerging models will transform education leading to enhanced teaching and learning focused on improved outcomes and accountability
    Strategies
    Predictive Analytics
    Analytics and Insights
    Personalization
    Classroom &
    Administrative Offices
    Collaborative Learning,
    Research and Administration
    Services
    Collaborative Services
    Single View
    Tools
    Social Networking
    Personal Profiles
    Technology
    Mobility
    Virtual Computing
    Computer Lab
    Traditional Model
    New Services
    New Education
    Model
  • IBM works with educational leadership to transition to these new models
    Learning and Accountability
    Research and Innovation
    Finance and Operations
    Improve student success, teacher effectiveness and value of education investments
    Take out cost and improve efficiency
    Accelerate innovation for a sustainable economy
    Analytics
    and
    Optimization
    Educational Systems Performance
    Collaboration
    and
    Communications
    Individual Performance
    Infrastructure Performance
    Technology
    and
    Services
  • The challenge for educational institutions transitioning to these new models is how avoid building a “silo-ed”, environment
    User
    Interface
    #1
    User
    Interface
    #6
    User
    Interface
    #2
    User
    Interface
    #3
    User
    Interface
    #4
    User
    Interface
    #5
    User
    Interface
    #7
    Financial and Operations Management
    Textbook Publishers
    Content Providers
    Education and Career Planning
    Messaging and
    Communications
    Learning Management
    System
    Student Information
    System
    Data Models
    Interfaces
    I/T Ops
    #1
    Data Models
    Interfaces
    I/T Ops
    #6
    Data Models
    Interfaces
    I/T Ops
    #2
    Data Models
    Interfaces
    I/T Ops
    #3
    Data Models
    Interfaces
    I/T Ops
    #4
    Data Models
    Interfaces
    I/T Ops
    #5
    Data Models
    Interfaces
    I/T Ops
    #7
  • Content Providers
    IBM creates an open standards and interoperable environment to enhance users’ experience and improve efficiencies
    Integrated User Experience
    Collaboration Environment
    Financial and Operations Management
    Textbook Publishers
    User
    Interface
    #1
    User
    Interface
    #2
    Open Standards
    Education and Career Planning
    User
    Interface
    #6
    User
    Interface
    #6
    User
    Interface
    #3
    User
    Interface
    #4
    User
    Interface
    #5
    Messaging and
    Communications
    Learning Management
    System
    Student Information
    System
    Open Standards
    Analytics
    Integrated IT Environment
  • Learning - Progression towards IBM’s smarter planet vision of a “Personal Learning Environment”
    The Journey to a Personal Learning Environment
    Securely View and Exchangestudent information across educational and service providers
    Derive insights from learning-related data within and between institutions
    Target intervention strategies based on analytics to address at-risk students and low performance
    Personalizelearning services based on student capabilities, needs, learning style and aspirations
    Enable student and teachers to access learning resources and content anytime on any device
    Institutional Value
    Personal Learning Environment
    process/behavioral change
    Instructional Intervention
    Mobile Learning
    Performance Management
    Single View of Services
    IT optimization – IBM SmartCloud, Virtual Computing Lab, Integrated Communications, Industry Framework for Education
    maturity
  • Research - Progression towards IBM’s smarter planet vision of “Innovation in Research”
    The Journey to Innovation in Research
    Derive insights from data analysis and predictive modeling of research data
    Connectresearchers to peers, students, grants, ideas and collaborators
    Assess the value of ideas and discoveries to ensure protection of IP rights
    Build a flexible, scalable shared compute-intensive infrastructure to enable research discoveries
    Monetizeideas and inventions into industrial and commercial value for the institution and the economy
    Institutional Value
    Research Lifecycle Management
    process/behavioral change
    Research Asset Management
    Collaborative Research
    Big Data
    Dynamic Research Infrastructure
    IT optimization – IBM SmartCloud, Virtual Computing Lab, Green Data Centers, Shared Research Infrastructure
    maturity
  • Administration - Progression towards IBM’s smarter planet vision of “Sustainable Institutions”
    The Journey to Sustainable Institutions
    Improveperformance and investments with real time and predictive insights for better decisions
    Design for the long term benefit of all institutional stakeholders
    Maximizeperformance and lifetime value of institutional assets and infrastructure
    Efficient administrative services with high quality, efficiency and flexibility through updated systems and processes
    Reduce institutional risk and loss through analytics, processes and best practices
    Institutional Value
    Sustainable Institutions
    process/behavioral change
    High Performing Institutions
    Proactive Risk Management
    Maximize Return on Assets
    Systems Modernization
    IT optimization – Industry Framework, Green Data Centers, IBM SmartCloud, Shared Services Infrastructure
    maturity
  • IBM’s education clients using new technologies delivering improved outcomes
    Marist College
    American Public University System
    American Public University Systems: uses IBM’s Decision Management for Education environment to predict which students are at-risk of dropping out and suggests early intervention to retain students
    Results: 80% predictive accuracy of identifying drop outs
    Marist College: IBM is working with Marist College to create a shared learning environment based on the Sakai community source learning environment enhanced by IBM’s server, analytics, collaboration and content management software
    Results: 35% productivity improvement in application reviews
    University of Zurich
    North Carolina State University
    University of Zurish : IBM worked with Univ of Zurich to implement and collaboration and communication system for 40,000 students, faculty and staff
    Results: Ability for mobile synchronization across university applications
    State of North Carolina: IBM has worked with North Carolina State University to create a state-wide education cloud for virtual computer and research lab services.
    Results: 150% increase in students served per software licenses, 75% savings in software license costs
  • Lifelong learners provide the foundation for sustainable future
    Improve access for all students toincrease overall education levels
    Align educational programs to employer needs
    Build an education continuum tobuild a sustainable future
    3
    Societal Value
    Sustainability
    2
    Workforce Skills
    1
    Foundational Skills
    • Accountable and dynamic education system
    • Extracting value from investments
    • Enhancing knowledge and value in the workforce
    • STEM skills
    • Equitable access
    Individual
  • IBM’s Education for a Smarter Planet solutions combine the elements for a sustainable future
    Student
    Lifelong Learner
    Business
    Infrastructure
    Economic Climate