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  • 1. The New Face of Internationalization: Distance Education for Today’s Socially Wired and Globally Connected World Mark Brown & Ingrid Day Office of Assistant Vice Chancellor (Academic & International) QS Apple Conference, Manila November, 2011
  • 2. The New Face of Internationalization
  • 3. The New Face of Internationalization Two common assumptions…
  • 4. The New Face of Internationalization 1. Distance education is second rate! Two common assumptions…
  • 5. The New Face of Internationalization 1. Distance education is second rate! 2. Online learning is poor quality! Two common assumptions…
  • 6. • 31% of higher education students now take at least one course online • The 10% growth rate for online enrollments far exceeds the 2% growth in the overall higher education student population • Academic leaders believe that the level of student satisfaction is equivalent for online and face-to-face courses. • 65% of higher education institutions now say that online learning is a critical part of their long-term strategy. The New Face of Internationalization
  • 7. The New Face of Internationalization 1. Higher education in change 2. Defining the new digital university 3. Underlying tensions and challenges
  • 8. 1. Higher Education in Change
  • 9. When was Steve Jobs born? 1. Higher Education in Change
  • 10. 1. Higher Education in Change
  • 11. There are over 2.9 billion searches performed on Google each month.
  • 12. To whom were these questions addressed B.G.?
  • 13. To whom were these questions addressed B.G.? … before Google
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  • 15. There are over 500 million registered users of Facebook (as at July 2010).
  • 16. If Facebook were a country, it would be the 3rd largest in the world - between the USA and India.
  • 17. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SuNx0UrnEo&feature=youtu.be
  • 18. What does all this mean?
  • 19. 1. A completely new type of globally untethered learner is expecting a new type of Education for new times. What does all this mean?
  • 20. 2. The traditional university is being chiseled away by the rise of the amateur and new business models as a multitude of new providers emerge... What does all this mean?
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  • 23. 2. Where is eLearning heading?
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  • 31. 2. Defining the New Digital University
  • 32. Palmerston North
      • Auckland
      • Wellington
    Distance International • Multi-campus (18,000 internal students) • Major distance education provider (17,000 students) • Approx 4000 international students • Top ranked major distance education provider in Australasia 2. Defining the New Digital University
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  • 34. LMS VLE “ To provide an exceptional and distinctive experience for all students through a rich digital learning culture.”
  • 35. • Mid career professionals - postgraduate • First year of study - undergraduate • Cohorts of students from other institutions • Second chance learners • Cultural reasons • Short courses Who?
  • 36. • Master of Veterinary Medicine • Specialist program • World shortage • US accredited • Fully online
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  • 39. Expanding access to higher education has always been central to Massey’s mission. Why?
  • 40. Expanding access to higher education has always been central to Massey’s mission. More than any modern digital-era university we are committed to promoting development and life-long learning. Why?
  • 41. Expanding access to higher education has always been central to Massey’s mission. More than any modern digital-era university we are committed to promoting development and life-long learning. Massey understands the transformative potential of higher education for inspiring people to better themselves and for promoting wider societal benefits. Why?
  • 42. 3. Underlying Tensions and Challenges
  • 43. Ranking Public Funded Standalone Brand Local Focus Customization Personal Development Quality Enhancement Open Resources Digital Scholarship Online Pedagogy Recognition For-profit Transnational Alliances Global Focus Standardization Economic Development Quality Assurance Closed Resources Traditional Scholarship Face to Face Technology 3. Underlying Tensions and Challenges
  • 44. Conclusion
  • 45. Online and distance education is the ‘ new normal’ Conclusion
  • 46. Education for change rather than education in change! Online and distance education is the ‘ new normal’ Conclusion
  • 47. “ It will not be possible to satisfy the rising demand for HE, especially in developing countries, by relying on traditional approaches based solely on public universities” (Sir John Daniel, Commonwealth of Learning). Conclusion
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