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    • 1. Dean Groom, Maquarie University 2012
    • 2. Shouldn’t$we$now$start$to$blend$formal$ and$informal$learning?$$$$$$ FormalLearning InformalLearning 20%$ 80%$ Source:Cofer,D.(2000).Informal)Workplace)Learning.
    • 3. What is the e-societylearning to do online?Social networking Reusing and repurposingPrivacy maintenance Filtering and selectingIdentity management Self broadcastingCreating contentOrganising content
    • 4. How to learn online PLEs(are(not(only(personal( web(tools(and(personal( learning(networks.(PLEs( are(much(wider(than(this,( taking(in(experiences(and(Personal)) realia,(as(well(as(learning( through(TV,(music,(paper(Learning)) Personal) based(materials,(radio(&(Network) Learning)) more(formal(contexts.( Environment) Learning(content(is(not(as( important(now(as(where( (or(who)(to(connect(to,(to( find(it.( Personal) PWTs(are(any(web(tools,( Web)Tools) (usually(Web(2.0)(chosen( by(learners(to(support( their(lifelong(learning.( Source:(h*p://steve0wheeler.blogspot.com/2010/07/anatomy0of0ple.html(
    • 5. THE SAMR MODEL
    • 6. Qualification TYPICAL The UNIVERSITYmaterial TOPOLOGY ??? CoursePre-requisites THE LMS Internet Fees Convener Students Markers
    • 7. Ridiculous!QUALIFICATIONS ARE NOT THE DRIVER OR THE GATEKEEPER.
    • 8. First MOOC was 2008.
    • 9. CAN I HAS TENURE? NO. CAN I HAZ PROMOTION? NO.In the past, the ‘paper’has been exclusive.Now it’s not enough toget a job or stay in one.
    • 10. Blend, blend, blend.Combines many pedagogical styles (Breen, 2007).There are many positive benefits to using ablended learning approach (Clarke, 2007).Couples face-to-face learning with e-learning(Breen, 2007)Breen, P. (2007). Lessons from an International e-Learning Project. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 8(3), 1-10.Clarke, A. (2007). The Future of E-Learning. Adults Learning, 18(7), 14-15. FACE TO FACE? - WEBCAM, MOBILE?
    • 11. Disruption isanonymous. ‘Disruptive’ technologies need ‘Disruptive’ Remtulla, K. (2007). The Knowledge-Based Economy and E- Pedagogies (Remtulla, Learning: Critical Considerations for Workplace Democracy. Convergence, 40, 9-24. 2006). Teaching strategies must exploit underused aspects of E-Learning technologies (Remtulla, 2006). Collision happened.
    • 12. convey knowledge
    • 13. Whats Uni for?
    • 14. create knowledge
    • 15. develop the person
    • 16. contribute to society
    • 17. signal ability
    • 18. seed innovation
    • 19. Why study online?
    • 20. connections & quals
    • 21. Learning in the FREE eraCost of attending Uni is highYou have to go to it (it doesn’t come to you)No control over timetable or agendaExperts are locals (no co-learners)Change is optional and avoidable.
    • 22. Do more with lessFaculty hire people just like themselvesCasual staffing (consistency, training,commitment, assurance, benchmarking)Change in learning styles (massive open data)Change to disciplines (known/unknown)Acceleration of K-12 in technology use
    • 23. Changes in societyFlattening of knowledge hierarchyStudents (and parents) as consumersEmployers active in curriculaLocation independenceThe InternetNew media layers and filters
    • 24. Free is good.Open Courseware (MIT, Harvard, Penn, CernegieMellon)Channels - YouTube, iTunes and so onOpen sharing, global benefitsOpen Context (Free lectures)Open Culture (TED)
    • 25. The digital learnerwants to be connectedwants to drive the agendais an information seeker and navigatoris empoweredunderstands they are part of a global communityis not restricted by classroom walls
    • 26. Educational Design