6. The top 10 in-demand jobs in 2010…
did not exist in 2004.
7. We are currently preparing students for jobs that don't yet exist…
using technologies that haven't been invented…
in order to solve problems we don't even know are problems yet.
8. Today's 21-year-olds have:
Watched 20,000 hours of TV
Played 10,000 hours of video games
Talked 10,000 hours on the phone
Sent/received 250,000 emails or instant messages
9. The number of internet devices in 1984 was 1,000.
In 1992 it was 1,000,000.
In 2008, 1,000,000,000.
10. There are over 300 million active users of Facebook
11. More than 6 billion minutes are spent on Facebook each day
12. More than 2 billion photos are uploaded to Facebook
13. There are 31 Billion searches on Google every month.
In 2006, this number was 2.7 Billion.
14. The ﬁrst text message was
sent in December of 1992.
Today, the number of text messages
sent and received everyday exceeds
the total population of the planet.
15. It took Radio 38 years to reach a market audience of 50 million.
TV, 13 years
Internet, 4 years
iPod 3 years
Facebook, 2 years
16. The amount of new technical information is
doubling every 2 years.
For students starting a 4 year technical degree
this means that…
half of what they learn in their ﬁrst year of study will
be outdated by their third year of study.
Original Research by Karl Fisch | Scott McLeod | Jeff Brenman
17. A snapshot of LMU
of LMU students own a laptop
have high speed internet at home
20. 95% of LMU students
prefer to do their
of LMU students use a computer
lab at least once a week
of LMU students
have a cell phone
with internet access
prefer moderate to extensive use of technology in their classrooms
24. 64% of LMU students would
take core technology
classes if offered
(Most requested classes covering Adobe Creative Suite, Ofﬁce Suite, and the iLife Suite of tools)
25. "We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking
we used when we created them."
- Albert Einstein
26. LIVE LEARN LEAD
27. Lynne Scarboro
Senior Vice President for Administration
LMU Technology Report | 2009
28. Q. Given what you have just seen - how should LMU respond?
a. Encourage the incorporation of technology in the classroom
b. Ensure the technology in learning spaces (like the library) is up to date
c. Provide many technology avenues to communicate
d. Invest in the technology infrastructure
e. All of the above
29. A student’s perspective
30. A student’s perspective
31. Seaver College of Science & Engineering
32. Seaver College of Science & Engineering
Richard Plumb, Ph.D., Professor & Dean
33. (Life Science Early Awareness)
An Integrated Life Science Curriculum
LEAP Residence Hall Community
Paw Prints Experience
Alternative Spring Break
Collaborative educational endeavor between
Seaver College of Science and Engineering
Information Technology Services
34. Living Learning Communities
LEAP - Life Science Early Awareness Program
PEAP - Psychology Early Awareness Program
PEEC - Program for an Engineering Education Community
Compass - Undeclared Majors
135 students or approximately 10% of the freshman class
35. Sarah Fukui Allison Quan
The LEAP Program
Embracing new technologies to support the academic journey
36. LEAP requires all students to have a Mac laptop
37. LEAP students use MYLMU Connect for their courses
38. Q. Have you ever downloaded a Podcast?
c. What is a Podcast?
39. LEAP students use LMU’s iTUNES U
40. LEAP students use LMU’s iTUNES U
41. Q. Which of the following tools have you used to communicate
with an 18 year old (or younger) ?
a. Instant/Text Messaging
d. All of the above
e. I have no idea as to what any of these tools are
42. LEAP students are always connected
43. LEAP students use the PULSE Smartpen
44. LEAP students use the PULSE Smartpen
45. LEAP class lectures are recorded using Echo360
46. LEAP classes incorporate the use of clickers (PRS)
47. Seaver College of Science & Engineering
48. Nick Frontiera
Technology & the William H. Hannon Library
49. William H. Hannon Library
Grand opening on August 29th 2009
33 Group Study Rooms | 86 Computers in the Information Commons | Faculty Innovation Center
50. Previously at the Library William H. Hannon Library
Never 1-4 5-8 More than 8
Hours per week
51. Previously at the Library William H. Hannon Library
Never 1-4 5-8 More than 8
Hours per week
52. Q. What do you think students said when asked “I plan to use
the William H. Hannon Library past 2am ____ times per week”:
b. 1-3 times a week
c. 3-5 times a week
d. 5-7 times a week
e. More than 7 times a week
53. Group Study Room usage
54. Patrick Frontiera
Vice President for ITS
55. The number of Web pages (including digital assets) published by
the LMU Community doubles every 16 months.
There are currently 1 million Web pages, images and videos
published on LMU.edu. In 2005, there were 200,000. In 2006,
there were 400,000.
56. LMU.edu Web sites have had 25,000,000 unique visitors in the past
12 months. That represents a 68% increase over the 12-month
period ending in September, 2007 when we last redesigned our
That’s an average of 68,500 unique visitors per day. That’s a new
person on our Web site every 0.58 seconds 24/7/365. Those are
unique visits, no one person is counted twice all year long.
57. Approximately 900 classes are using MYLMU Connect to share
information, communicate and collaborate.
50 active organizations are using MYLMU Connect.
58. Average of 1,400 downloads a week of public accessible content.
59. Echo 360 Classroom capture installed in 14 rooms.
As of September 24, 167 captures have been recorded.
60. Connected 24/7 Everywhere
61. Connected 24/7 Everywhere
62. Connected 24/7 Everywhere
63. Connected 24/7 Everywhere
64. Connected 24/7 Everywhere