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The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions

1st International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Education & Training, Hammamet (Tunis) 2012
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    • elearning Virtual Centres:The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions Miguel Gea Director of Virtual Learning Centre http://cevug.ugr.es University of Granada Spain mgea@ugr.es The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 1
    • elearning Virtual Centres:Summary 1. The Context: the (information) networked society 2. The educational institutions The e-learning engagement 3. The Trends What’s next? The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 2
    • 1. THE CONTEXTN. NegroponteBeing Digital, 1984"The best way to appreciate the merits and consequences ofbeing digital is to reflect on the difference between bits andatoms …This is the transition from an industrial age (age of atoms) toan information age (bits)”. The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 3
    • Technology trends User Profile: scientific consumer producer PC Ubiquity computing 1 computer, 1 user Many computers, 1 user Mainframes 1 computer , many users 1950 2000 year The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 4
    • The evolution… Social Technology Growing faster and many (relevant) changes… The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 5
    • Consuming & producing online Huge amount of information and activities in real time The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 6
    • 2. THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONSB. ShneidermannLeonardo Laptop, 2002“The old computing was about what computer could do;the new computing is about what users can do.Successful technologies are those that in harmony with usersneeds” The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 7
    • University of GranadaFounded by Charles V in 1531 Face2Face OnlineTeachers 3.641 217Administrative 1.283 2 Students 80.216 5.733 Undergraduated 56.131 5.179 Masters 24.085 554 Foreigners 11.776 -Faculties 28 -Courses (*) >5.500 138Masters 88 11 (*) 85%, ICT enhanced The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 8
    • The Map / Situation Online VS. Face-to-Face Higher Education? Blended learning ? Studies reveals that: • No significant differences in learning skills The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 9
    • Learning Management Systems Current support for online and f2f courses The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 10
    • E-LEARNING Moving towards a “true” learning space Higher Education Institution Internet & Web 2.0 as a learning space The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 11
    • SWOT ANALYSIS PEDAGOGY TECHNOLOGY ORGANISATIONSTRENGHT e-learning is part of the Improve access to Unit of elearning in universities mainstream learning resources, Better communication, Support to the teacher Students – more active as Accessibility learner, use of ICT Repositories sharingWEAKNESS Technology driven rather than Different learning solutions Institutional strategies (ICT pedagogy ? (LMS) support, teach vs research) Management&changes Staff resistance of change Plagiarism?OPORTUNITIES Internacionalisation Scope for innovation National/International cooperation (mlearning, social Need of good practices, and networks, gaming) e-University collaborations Flexible programsTHREADS Need of cultural change ICT Obsolescence Copyrights (digital identity) Fast changes Funding needs New skills for learning Technology cost The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 12
    • KEY ISSUES OF E-LEARNING1. E-LEARNING UNITS (10 YEAR OF EXPERIENCE)- maturity level?2. FROM ANALOG TO DIGITAL AGE- cultural change?3. THE (TRUE) LIFELONG LEARNING IS COMMING-online communities, collective intelligence (wikipedia)-the mobile and nomadic society The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 13
    • KEY ISSUES OF (MODERN) LEARNINGThe medium is the message (Marshall McLuhan)“The medium change the form of transmission as well as the way we consume /assimilate the message. In the future, the (digital) medium will influence how wethink and act”Example: the google search engine- look for instant & accurate searches- feel confident and reliability on (google-)Internet- ask for anything (weather, how to, where is..)- prefer (google) as a knowledge provider …New users learning on Internet The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 14
    • KEY ISSUES OF (MODERN) LEARNINGOER: Open Educational Resources• any kind of educational resources include full courses, course materials,modules, textbooks, streaming videos, tests, etc.• access to open content provided free of chargeOER from Universities (i.e. MIT OpenCourseWare since2001) VS.OER from the internet community (i.e. Youtube,wikipedia…) …we can learn from Universities or from the Internet community The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 15
    • >>> OER ALLIANCES OCWC http://www.ocwconsortium.org/COURSERA https://www.coursera.org/ EDX http://www.edxonline.org/ ARIADNE http://www.ariadne-eu.org Offer open (free) resources from Universities The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 16
    • OUR MODEL (e-learning unit) http://CEVUG.UGR.ES/ Training Excel ence Int er nacional isat ionProduction Innovation The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 17
    • OUR MODEL (e-learning unit) http://CEVUG.UGR.ES/ I - Innovation  OpenSource platform: moodle (massive migration from WebCT)  OER: OpenCourseWare  Interactive Video streaming  Web 2.0 (social media)  Mobile support The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 18
    • OUR MODEL (e-learning unit) http://CEVUG.UGR.ES/ II - Production  Ultramedia  Character animation  Multimedia http://cevug.ugr.es/rif  Catalogue of services http://cevug.ugr.es/catalogo The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 19
    • OUR MODEL (e-learning unit) http://www.masterkandor.com III – (HIGH) Quality Training The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 20
    • OUR MODEL (e-learning unit) http://CEVUG.UGR.ES/ IV – Quality & Internationalisation  European LifeLong Learning Program (EACEA) Erasmus mobility ht t p://www.mobi-bl og.eu Virtual Mobility ht t p://www.movint er .eu Quality expert community ht t p://www.hext l ear n.eu Testing OER ht t p://www.oer -eur ope.net /  EFQUEL: European Foundation for Quality in eLearning ht t p://www.ef quel .or g The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 21
    • 3. TRENDSP. LèvyCollective Intelligence: The nomadic planet, 2004The nomadic nature of this time is related with the rapid andcontinuous transformation of scientific, technical,professional and mental fields .Even if we don’t move us, the world change around us. The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 22
    • Points of view –> ICT decision makers The online campus is a “fact” in Universities Benefits for the teacher/student but…. - Growing (storage, courses, students…) - Rapid changes (obsolescence), - New tools / new needs - Cost of maintenance (licensing, support) Look for a sustainable model (please!) The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 23
    • Points of view –> teacher staffOnline is ideal for “my Master course” and for my targetaudience (foreigners, workers) but….- No time for tutoring (anywhere, anytime…), and I cannotattend in “real time”.- Content production, tutoring, motivating issues is a real“hard work”- I’m always engaged with technology issues, and I needsupport, sometimes frustrating. Look for a easier model (please!) The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 24
    • Points of view –> studentsOnline is good for a flexible learning (I’m on “erasmus”mobility), I’m active on class, but…- To much work, teachers have different tools and methodsto manage my activities. How I will be evaluated?- Do I have to go to f2f classes?- I’d like to use my own tools in Internet (more cool)- The “copy-paste” panic…. Look for a flexible & creative model (please!) The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 25
    • #trending topics Look for a: - sustainable model - flexible & creative model - easier model The answer are based on: • Innovation, Quality & Creativity • Open Educational Resources • Networking (internationalisation) • Just-in-time knowledge The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 26
    • NETWORKS 10 UNIVERSITIES SHARING COURSES The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 27
    • NETWORKS http://www.oer-europe.net/ http://www.hextlearn.eu http://mobi-blog.eu The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 28
    • NETWORKS“Virtual Mobility: The Value ofInter-Cultural Exchange” The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 29
    • Quality Management http://www.efquel.org/•International view•promote excellence and innovation ineducation in order to achieve qualitativelearning opportunities in Europe andbeyond.• Services of quality certification The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 30
    • Collaborations: UGR - UVT http://test.uvt.rnu.tn/uvt-cevug/ The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 31
    • UGR - UVT http://test.uvt.rnu.tn/uvt-cevug/ Integrated Mobility Collaboration en formation virtuelle: Université Virtuelle de Tunis et Université de Grenade 1 2 3Bilateral Agreement /Best practices Report /Meetings Mediterranean community for eLearning training IMSIE – EM action 3 Integrated Mobility Strategies for International Erasmus Partnerships The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 32
    • eMadraza (network)Mediterranean network of university learning in virtual environments- Full online Postgraduate programs.- Observatory for e-learning and cooperation- Training- Community of practice University of Granada, Spain Virtual University of Tunis- Relevant topics: Carthago University, Tunis Universidad de Claude Bernard Lyon 1, - Economy & business France - Health Science Universidad Castilla la Mancha, Spain - Computer Science … - Language learning (Arabic, French, Spanish) Contact us: Thouraya Daouas <thouraya.daouas@ihec.rnu.tn> Ignacio Blanco / M. Gea <cevug@ugr.es> The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 33
    • Next event: innovation & learning Granada (SPAIN), 5-7th of SeptemberLearning for Open Innovation …. Transformation andChange for Future Learning Call for papers (now open) Academy workshops http://eif.efquel.org The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 34
    • CONCLUSIONS: THE ROLE OF E-LEANING UNITS1) TOWARDS THE MODERNISATION OF UNIVERSITIES• NEW MODEL OF TEACHING SPACES:CLASSROOMS WITHOUT WALLS AND FULL OF OPEN WINDOWS TO THE WORLD The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 35
    • THE ROLE OF E-LEANING UNITS1) TOWARDS THE MODERNISATION OF UNIVERSITIES• NEW DIGITAL IDENTITYNEW WAYS OF COMMUNICATION, INFORMATION USE, The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 36
    • THE ROLE OF E-LEANING UNITS2) TOWARDS NEW DIGITAL KNOWLEDGE-PROVIDER• DIGITAL LEARNING CONTENTS, MULTIMEDIA SUPPORT, STREAMINGS The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 37
    • THANK YOU The role of an e-leaning Centre in Higher Education Institutions 38