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  • 1. FUTURE OF LEARNINGÓlafur Andri Ragnarsson, AdjunctReykjavík University
  • 2. EVERYTHING IS JUST FINE, RIGHT?
  • 3. THERE IS A STORM COMING…
  • 4. Verzlunarskóli Íslands, 1987
  • 5. Accounting was becoming digital
  • 6. The Teachers had to chooseAdapt or Perish?
  • 7. REYKJAVÍK UNIVERSITY
  • 8. Image: TRI UNIVERSITY HISTORY, http://www.triuhistory.ca/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/old-clasHUNDRED YEARS EARLIERSAME METHOD OF TEACHING
  • 9. HASNOTHINGCHANGED?
  • 10. INDUSTRIALREVOLUTIONSECONDINDUSTRIALREVOLUTIONTHIRDINDUSTRIALREVOLUTION1700 1800 1900 2000COMPLEXITY OF KNOWLEDGE
  • 11. 20. CENTURYSCIENCEEINSTEIN, CURIE, FREUD, BOHR, TURINGBROADCASTINGRADIO, MOVIES, TVANALOGRECORDS, CASETTES, MOVIES, BOOKS,CD, DVDINDUSTRIALFACTORIES, INDUSTRY, WORK PLACES
  • 12. FACT-BASED LEARNING20. CENTURY
  • 13. 20. CENTURYSTANDARDISATION
  • 14. 20. ÖLDIN20. CENTURYDEGREE FOR LIFE
  • 15. DISRUPTION AHEAD!
  • 16. PREREQUISITEINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  • 17. 3 BILLION COMING ONLINE2,5 BILLION CONNECTED
  • 18. 2000 2010iMac iPhoneMac OS 9.0.4500 MHz PowerPC G3 CPU, 128MB MemoryScreen - 786K pixelsStorage - 30GB Hard DriveiOS 4.01 Ghz ARM A4 CPU, 512MB MemoryScreen - 614K pixelsStorage - 32GB Flash DriveSource: Ars Technical Images: Apple19
  • 19. 20Desktop, Laptop Light, mobileBEFORE NOW
  • 20. 21Keyboard, mouse Touch, gesture, audioBEFORE NOW
  • 21. 2000 2010CONTENTBECOMESDIGITALDIGITAL DECADE
  • 22. 2000 2010DIGITAL DECADEMUSICPHOTOSCOMMUNICATIONPHONESTV SHOWSMOVIESBOOKS
  • 23. TVWEBGOOGLEFACEBOOKMESSAGES
  • 24. SOFTWARE AND DATA STORED IN COMPUTER CLOUDSUNLIMITED PROCESSING
  • 25. 27
  • 26. CONSEQUENSESCHANGED BEHAVIOR
  • 27. FUNDAMENTALSHIFTIN PEOPLE’SBEHAVIOUR
  • 28. DIGITAL ONLINE WORLD
  • 29. DIGITALLIFESTYLE
  • 30. THE ONLINE WORLDIS PART OF GROWING UP
  • 31. NEW GENERATIONSHAVE DIFFERENT NEEDS
  • 32. THE GENERATION THAT IS NOW IN SCHOOLDOESN’T KNOW WORLD WITHOUT COMPUTERS
  • 33. OVER 4 BILLION HOURS OF VIDEO ARE WATCHEDEACH MONTH ON YOUTUBE
  • 34. 25% OF VIEWS COME FROMMOBILE DEVICES
  • 35. AVERAGE NUMBER OF TWEETS SENT EACH DAY400 MILLION
  • 36. AVERAGE DAILY FACEBOOK LIKES4.5 BILLION
  • 37. MINUTES PLAYED OF ANGRY BIRDS PER DAY200 MILLION
  • 38. ALL THE WORLD’S MUSICACCESSIBLE
  • 39. NETFLIX GENERATES 32,7% OF US NETWORK TRAFFIC
  • 40. EVERYTHINGWE DOCREATESDIGITALFOOTPRINTS
  • 41. 43 43Video rentals, late fees,house full of DVDsEverything accessible,anytime, anywhereBEFORE NOWDIGITAL LIFESTYLE
  • 42. Own everything, clutter Rent what is needed,when neededOWNERLESS LIFESTYLEBEFORE NOW
  • 43. KNOWLEGE OF THE WORLDAVAILABLE ANYTIME, ANYWHERE
  • 44. 46
  • 45. 48MOOC
  • 46. REACTIONDIGITAL TEACHING
  • 47. LEARNING IS MOVING FROM INSTITUTIONS TOTHE STUDENTS“The Learning Revolution”
  • 48. END OF CONTROL“The Learning Revolution”
  • 49. TECHNOLOGY ISONLY ANAMPLIFIER
  • 50. OPPERTUNITIES TOINNOVATE IN EDUCATIONIS IN CHANGED ATTITUDE
  • 51. TEACHING IS DISRUTPED!IndustrialStandard PersonalDistributedDigitalAnalogBEFORE NOW/FUTUREFact-based Engaging
  • 52. Teachers, textbooks, schools,degreesMOOCs, online teaching, flexibledegrees, life-long learning,personal curriculumBEFORE NOW/FUTURETEACHING IS DISRUTPED!
  • 53. Creates the content, stories,video, text, assignments,projects…Assists students, creates learningplan, syllabus, mentors, leads,remindsTWO ROLES OF THE TEACHERPRODUCER COACHGLOBAL – ONLINE LOCAL – ON-SITE
  • 54. Content PublishingDigtial Content makes space travel and time travel possible
  • 55. Lectures should be recorded and stream liveContent Publishing
  • 56. Course Content should be available anywhere anytimeImage: technologyreview.comContent Publishing
  • 57. (Almost) any deviceContent Publishing
  • 58. TOOLS OF PRODUCTION ARE HERE!
  • 59. TOOLS OF PRODUCTION ARE HERE!
  • 60. DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS ARE HERE!
  • 61. RU TV CHANNEL
  • 62. COMMUNICATION CHANNELS ARE HERE!
  • 63. COMMUNICATION CHANNELS ARE HERE!
  • 64. WHATDOESTHISMEAN?
  • 65. DO WE HAVE TO MEMORIZE EVERY FACT?
  • 66. Guidance, assistance, consulting Software, video, digital assistantsSERVICE JOBSBEFORE NOW
  • 67. Lawyers, accountants,specialists, economistsSoftware that analysis data withspecialized algorithmsPROFESSIONAL JOBSBEFORE NOW/FUTURE
  • 68. PERSONAL EDUCTION
  • 69. DO WE NEED DEGREES?
  • 70. DIGITAL LEARNING TRACKEVERYTHING WE DO IS RECORDED
  • 71. COMPANIES SEEKING NEW EMPLOYEESDIGITAL LEARNING TRACK
  • 72. DIGITAL TEACHINGQUALITY CONTENTLEARNING OBJECTIVESONLINE DISTRIBUTIONOUR STUDENTS ARE ALWAYS ONLINEUSE THE TOOLS OF PRODUCTIONUSE THE METHODS THAT FIT THE BESTDIVERSITYMULTIPLE WAYS TO LEARN
  • 73. Again, we have to choose
  • 74. THERE ARE OPPERTUNITIES IN STORMS
  • 75. THE LEARNING REVOLUTIONÓlafur Andri Ragnarssonandri@ru.is@olandriwww.olafurandri.com