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Keynote: Digital Rural Futures

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Keynote presentation at the Digital Rural futures Conference.

Keynote presentation at the Digital Rural futures Conference.

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  • 1. Digital Rural Futures: Implications for Identity, Inclusion, Economy and Society Professor Mike Keppell Executive Director Australian Digital Futures Institute Digital Rural Futures Armidale 26-28 June 2013 1Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 2. Overview n Trends n Digital identity n Digital inclusion n Digital economy n Digital society n Digital literacies 2 2Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 3. Digital Age n Role of technology n to enable new types of learning experiences n enrich existing learning scenarios” (p. 289). n new means of intellectual expression” and creativity (p. 289). n Laurillard, Oliver, Wasson & Hoppe (2009) 3 3Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 4. What Trends do we Need to Consider? 4Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 5. CSIRO Megatrends 5 On the move Personalisation IWorld 5Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 6. Trends ‣ People expect to be able to work, learn, and study whenever and wherever they want. ‣ The abundance of resources and ‣ Need for digital literacies ‣ BYOD technology ‣ Mobility is here! 6 6Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 7. Horizon Report 7 7Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 8. New Generation Learners 8Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 9. Rapport with technology 9Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 10. Student- generated content (learner- as-designers) Connected students (knowledge is in the network) 10Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 11. Owning the Place of Learning rapport with technology mobile generate content personalise connected adapt space to their needs 11Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 12. What is digital identity? n Safe and engaged digital citizenship n Appropriate and responsible technology use n Digital wellness n http://digitalcitizenship.net/ Home_Page.html 12 12Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 13. What is Digital Identity? n How you portray, represent yourself online n Rich ways of communication n Knowledge is in the network n Digital etiquette n Digital ethics 13 13Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 14. Pub BBQ Boardroom Slide Night Scrapbooking Journal 14Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 15. BBQ 15Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 16. Pub 16Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 17. Boardroom 17Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 18. Scrapbooking 18Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 19. Slide Night 19Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 20. 20Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 21. Journal 21Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 22. Digital Identity Spaces 22Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 23. Personalised Learning 23Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 24. Personal Learning Spaces ‣ Integrate formal and informal learning spaces ‣ Customised by the individual to suit their needs ‣ Allow individuals to create their own identities. ‣ Recognises ongoing learning and the need for tools to support life-long and life-wide learning. 24 24Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 25. Connectivism ‣ Knowledge has changed to networks and ecologies (Siemens, 2006). ‣ Need improved lines of communication in networks. ‣ “Connectivism is the assertion that learning is primarily a network-forming process” (p. 15). 25 25Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 26. 26Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 27. Digital Inclusion 27Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 28. Digital Inclusion nDigital access nNot everyone has the same access nAccess to technology nAccess to skills, education, training nNo one should be denied digital access 28 28Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 29. Digital Inclusion nhttp://digitalcitizenship.net/ Nine_Elements.html nFully functioning members of society 29 29Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 30. Digital Economy 30Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 31. Digital Economy nDigital presence - business website nDigital commerce nCommon internet purchases nEffective consumers in a digital age 31 31Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 32. Digital Literacies 32Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 33. Digital Literacies n Literacy is no longer “the ability to read and write” but now “the ability to understand information however presented.” n Can't assume students have skills to interact in a digital age n Literacies will allow us to teach more effectively in a digital age (JISC, 2012) 33 33Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 34. ADFI - Vision ‣ Digital literacies that transform the knowledge & skills of society 34 34Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 35. ADFI - Mission ‣ To innovate, research & collaborate to explore and influence digital literacies that impact societal change. 35 35Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 36. 36Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 37. 37 Questions? 37Wednesday, 3 July 13
  • 38. 38Wednesday, 3 July 13