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From CMS to Learning and Teaching: Trends in Digital Learning Content and Web 2.0 Integration presented at Sloan-C conference in Orlando, November 30, 2009, by Rob Abel, CEO, IMS Global Learning …

From CMS to Learning and Teaching: Trends in Digital Learning Content and Web 2.0 Integration presented at Sloan-C conference in Orlando, November 30, 2009, by Rob Abel, CEO, IMS Global Learning Consortium

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  • 1. From CMS to Learning and Teaching: Trends in Digital Learning Content and Web 2.0 Integration Rob Abel, Ed.D. Chief Executive Officer IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS GLC) http://www.imsglobal.org/
  • 2. Agenda
    • The Four Major Learning Technology Transitions Ahead
    • Are we Entering a New Phase of e-Learning in Education?
    • 21 st Century Standards to Support 21 st Century Education
    Page
  • 3. Learning Technology Page VLE / LMS / Course Mgmnt Assessment Digital Content Search Rich Media Portals Classroom Capture Personalization & Accessibility ePortfolios Repositories Mobile Devices Adaptive Tutors Learning Science Collaboration Environments Program Analytics Secure Testing Web 2.0
  • 4. What Are the Key Transitions We Are Seeing in Technology As Applied to Learning? Page
  • 5. The Key Transitions Ahead
    • New Digital Content and Platform Alternatives
    • Digital Support for Collaborative/Social Learning
    • Desire to Improve and Understand Outcomes
    • The “Cloud” Comes to the Learning Enterprise
    Page
  • 6. Transitions 1 of 4
    • Digital Content in the Learning Enterprise
      • Syllabus/course information
      • Ancillary digitized resources
      • eBooks
      • Domain-specific digital learning products or web sites
          • Self-paced or teacher-in-the-loop
      • Customizable online courses
      • Classroom capture
      • Library assets in digital form for online course-related consumption
    Page
  • 7. Digital Content Innovation
    • Books + Adaptive Tutors + Open Content + Simulations
  • 8.
    • + new learning platforms
  • 9. The Key Transitions Ahead
    • New Digital Content and Platform Alternatives
    • Digital Support for Collaborative/Social Learning
    • Desire to Improve and Understand Outcomes
    • The “Cloud” Comes to the Learning Enterprise
    Page
  • 10. Transitions 2 of 4
    • Digital Support for Collaborative/Social Learning
      • Synchronous interaction tools
      • Discussion forums as guided discovery
      • Student-created content: blogs, wikis, videos
      • Shared and open content: Wikipedia, ed repositories
      • Hosted learning references/apps: content as a service
      • Environments for collaboration/social networking
        • Second life, Facebook, Twitter, . . .
    Page
  • 11. Social Web Innovation From Open University
    • Collaboration & social applications become mainstream
  • 12. “ For 3000 years education has made the learner adapt to the system. SocialLearn aims to reverse this and make the education system adapt to the learner.”
  • 13. CloudSocial
  • 14. The Key Transitions Ahead
    • New Digital Content and Platform Alternatives
    • Digital Support for Collaborative/Social Learning
    • Desire to Improve and Understand Outcomes
    • The “Cloud” Comes to the Learning Enterprise
    Page
  • 15. Transitions 3 of 4
    • Desire to Improve and Understand Outcomes
      • Standardized testing and assessment
      • Data reporting
      • Data analysis
      • Automating high stakes testing
      • Domain-specific digital assessment products or web sites
      • Relating digital resources to objectives (or curriculum standards)
      • Targeted retention systems
      • Remediation strategies and activities
    Page
  • 16. Page
  • 17. The Key Transitions Ahead
    • Digital Content in the Learning Enterprise
    • Digital Support for Collaborative/Social Learning
    • Desire to Improve and Understand Outcomes
    • The “Cloud” Comes to the Learning Enterprise
    Page
  • 18. Page VLE / LMS / Course Mgmnt Assessment Digital Content Search Rich Media Portals Classroom Capture Personalization & Accessibility ePortfolios Repositories Mobile Devices Adaptive Tutors Learning Science Collaboration Environments Program Analytics Secure Testing Web 2.0
  • 19. Transitions 4 of 4
    • The “Cloud” Comes to the Learning Enterprise
      • It’s the web: we’re used to it
      • System-wide hosted systems or federations
      • Hosted Google apps entering academia
      • Hosted learning references/apps: content as a service
      • Hosted assessment, reporting, analysis
      • Course management within course management
    Page
  • 20. Summary: Key Technology Transitions Ahead for Learning
    • New Digital Content and Platform Alternatives
    • Digital Support for Collaborative/Social Learning
    • Understanding & Improving Outcomes
    • The “Cloud” Comes to the Learning Enterprise
    Page
  • 21. Agenda
    • The Five Major Educational Technology Transitions
    • Are we Entering a New Phase of e-Learning in Education?
    • 21 st Century Standards to Support 21 st Century Educational Technology
    Page
  • 22. Facts – U.S. Higher Ed
    • 35% of all institutions use a Course Management System for virtually ALL their courses
    • 99.5% of all institutions use an enterprise Course Management System
    • Source: EDUCAUSE Core Data Service Fiscal Year 2007 Summary Report
    Page
  • 23. Mainstream Results So Far Page Near ubiquitous Internet (region dependent) + Ubiquitous networking infrastructure ____________________________________ = Connectivity + Web sites or course/learning management systems (CMS/LMS) as online communications hub – syllabus, course materials, etc + Better online alternatives for distance learning
  • 24. That’s great . . . But what about all that other stuff ? Page
  • 25. Learning Technology Page VLE / LMS / Course Mgmnt Assessment Digital Content Search Rich Media Portals Classroom Capture Personalization & Accessibility ePortfolios Repositories Mobile Devices Adaptive Tutors Learning Science Collaboration Environments Program Analytics Secure Testing Web 2.0
  • 26. The New “Knowledge” Challenge for Learning Technology Today Page “ Improving Learning and the Understanding of Learning Outcomes through the Combination of Many Emerging & Innovative Technologies .” 
  
  • 27. The Role of Technology in Learning
    • No other way to significantly improve the historical tradeoff between access, affordability, and quality of learning experiences
    Page
  • 28. Improving Learning: Global Cross-Sector Challenges Page
    • Improve Access to Learning Opportunities
    • Improve Affordability of Learning Opportunities
    • Improve Quality of Learning Experiences
      • Engagement
      • Learning Outcomes
      • Attainment
    The Next Phase of Market Development?
  • 29. Agenda
    • The Five Major Educational Technology Transitions
    • Are we Entering a New Phase of e-Learning Technology in Education?
    • 21 st Century Standards to Support 21 st Century Educational Technology
    Page
  • 30. 21 st Century Learning Application Integration
    • Internet Access:
    • Learners
    • Faculty
    • Administrators
    Course / Instructional Management Open Internet + Secure Internet + Local Network ePortfolio eBook Content Content Management / Repository Digital Library and Rich Media Content Search Social & Collaborative Learning Content Authoring and Rich Media Capture Summative Testing Institution & Program Analytics Administrative Systems Student & Course Data Exchange Portal Faculty Interface Learner Interface Administrator Interface Computer, Classroom, Mobile Platforms Homework & Formative Assessment Classroom Capture
  • 31. The Role of Standards
    • Enabling adoption of federations of complementary and collaborative learning applications that support a seamless web and enterprise (or institutional) teaching & learning context
    Page
  • 32. Digital Learning Services Standards Page Free the content IMS Common Cartridge Seamlessly connect to learning IMS Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) The information architecture for learning IMS Learning Information Services (LIS)
  • 33. Thank you! Page More info: http://www.imsglobal.org/ Contact: [email_address]