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A presentation to the Academic Leadership Forum on the drivers behind digitalization initiatives at Massey University.

A presentation to the Academic Leadership Forum on the drivers behind digitalization initiatives at Massey University.

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  • Digitalisation@Massey: Understanding the Real Drivers Mark Brown & Pat Sandbrook Academic Leadership Forum 19 July, 2011
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    • Why digitalise?
    • What are students telling us?
    • How is Massey University responding?
  • Why Digitalise? The world has gone digital …
  • When was the first Kindle released?
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  • There are over 2.9 billion searches performed on Google each month.
  • There are over 2.9 billion searches performed on Google each month. To whom were these questions addressed B.G. ?
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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SuNx0UrnEo&feature=youtu.be
  • 1. Profound changes to informal learning 2. Major implications for economics of higher education
  • • The economics of abundance
  • • The economics of abundance New Models of Production New Models of Distribution New Models of Delivery
  • What Are Students Telling Us?
  • What Are Students Telling Us?
  • What Are Students Telling Us?
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  • Studying (Taught students) Experience when studying at Massey 2011 Student Experience Survey 2011 Ref #: 4.3
  • Taught students identify services as important and working well - 2010
    • Students were asked to identify one important study-related service that was working well for them.
    • The services selected by most students include the:
    • Online learning environment
    • Study materials
    Student Experience Survey 2010
  • Taught students identify services as important and working well - 2011 24% in 2010 27% in 2010 Student Experience Survey 2011
  • Taught students identify services as important and need improving - 2010 Students were also asked to identify one important study-related service that needs to be improved. The key services selected were similar to those identified as working well, suggesting variable experiences across the student body. Student Experience Survey 2010
  • Taught students identify services as important and need improving - 2011 18% in 2010 18% in 2010 Student Experience Survey 2011
  • Summary of opportunities for improvement - 2010 Student Experience Survey 2010
  • Summary of opportunities for improvement - 2011 Student Experience Survey 2011
  • How is Massey University Responding?
  • How is Massey University Responding? LMS VLE
  • • Investment in new tools - Adobe software • Reinvesting elsewhere in new services - Materials production team - Electronic assignment submission • New study materials designs - Fully online materials - Blended materials - Printed materials
  • Workload Calculator Peer Review Teaching Consultants
  • Avoiding the dominant ‘pump, pump, dump model’ of online learning… http://www.flickr.com/photos/thebestfriend/4534455439/sizes/z/in/photostream/
  • Conclusion
  • 1. Increasingly normal practice 2. Responding to profound changes 3. Not saving money but shifting investment Key takeaways… Conclusion
  • “ A prudent question is one-half of wisdom .” Francis Bacon Discussion http://www.slideshare.net/mbrownz/