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Opening presentation at the UK Moodle Moot, Edinburgh, 15th April, 2014

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  • Entertaining and but ultimately a bad splatter movie. And like Braindead ends up being a flop at the box office. Disturbing story of brain dead innovation. Open source
  • The Institute should also plan to host a National Summit and high profile international conference on digital learning during the implementation phase. Such activities will serve to influence policy as well as shape practice and enhance the reputation of DCU as a globally engaged University.  
  • The key point is that developing, implementing and maintaining a cutting-edge digital learning strategy needs to be framed around the overarching vision, mission and values that are the distinctive essence of Dublin City University. As you can see from the handout a number of key cogs of change are identified in helping DCU realize the wider goal of “transforming lives and societies” through a 21st century digital campus.

Beyond Braindead Innovation: Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate Presentation Transcript

  • 1. A cutting-edge digital learning strategy Beyond Braindead Innovation: Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate Professor Mark Brown Director, National Institute for Digital Learning Tuesday 15th April 2014
  • 2. Sir Peter Jackson…
  • 3. Sir Peter Jackson…
  • 4. Sir Peter Jackson…
  • 5. Released as Dead Alive in the US…
  • 6. Brain Dead Innovation…
  • 7. The inconvenient truth is… Brain Dead Innovation…
  • 8. The inconvenient truth is… Brain Dead Innovation… When implemented enterprise-wide most new educational technologies reinforce traditional outcomes…
  • 9. And sadly the „pump, pump, dump‟ model of online learning still dominates teaching practice. The inconvenient truth is… Brain Dead Innovation… When implemented enterprise-wide most new educational technologies reinforce traditional outcomes…
  • 10. Beyond Brain Dead Innovation…
  • 11. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate… 1. Policy 2. Pedagogy 3. Pipe
  • 12. B O L D Blended | On-line | Distance Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 13. Hon Steve Maharey President / Vice-Chancellor Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 14. Palmerston NorthAuckland Wellington Distance Worldwide Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 15. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 16. LMS OLP £2.5m for implementation | £400K for Moodle 2.X upgrade (2009) (2012) Over 4000 online environments Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 17. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 18. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 19. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 20. A 21st Century Digital Campus Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 21. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 22. Taking the best of DCU to the world… A growing range of transnational activities and programmes in countries throughout the world, including a strategic partnership with Arizona State University. TRANSNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS CUSTOMISED PROGRAMMES OPEN COURSES AND RESOURCES Participate in freely available open courses or take advantage of some of our fully online study resources and public lectures on YouTube. ONLINE DEGREES A growing suite of fully and partially online modules and qualifications in areas of research excellence which address some of the grand challenges facing the world. We can develop customised short courses and full degree programmes to meet your specific needs. Courses are available in our key areas of expertise anywhere in the world. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 23. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 24. Moodle At the core of the digital learning platform with consistent look and feel. Adobe Connect A core tool for real type interaction between staff and students. E-portfolio A key platofrm for promoting critically reflective, work ready 21st century learners. Other Tools A range of other core and custom tools to support a rich digital learing culture. Nexus Inspire Connect Learning without Limits Digital learning platform… e.g., Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 25. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 26. Off Campus in Class Off Campus out of Class Infusing disruptive innovation throughout the learning ecology On Campus in Class Acquisition Participation Synchronous Asynchronous On Campus out of Class Digital Learning Culture Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
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  • 28. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 29. http://peerreview.massey.ac.nz Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 30. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 31. Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 32. Professor Mark Brown 2013 Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 33. 1. Policy 2. Pedagogy 3. Pipe Passion | Practice People | Politics Moodling up from Cottage to Corporate…
  • 34. Final comment
  • 35. “Make sure that they have the right people on the “bus” before deciding where you want to go.” Jim Collins… “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…and Others Don‟t”. Key Lesson… Final comment
  • 36. Final comment Mark Glynn
  • 37. “The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts” Bertrand Russell Just remember…
  • 38. Contact details… Professor Mark Brown Director, National Institute for Digital Learning mark.brown@dcu.ie @mbrownz http://www.slideshare.net/mbrownz