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    • The iSchool Institute Symposium Series Sept 30-Oct 1, 2013 Pushing the Envelope in Education New Roles for Libraries MOOCs, eLearning and Gamification
    • Welcome  Welcome  Washrooms  Hashtag #moocslib  WiFi: Select: UTorwin Password: UToronto1home To sign in: UTORid: fis.guest Password: tor0011  Lunch  Starbucks  No-host drinks tonight – dinner for those who want to stay  Tomorrow
    • The Philosophy  What are the opportunities for libraries in the e- learning space?  Support? Provider? Creator? School? Colleges? None?  What are the academic underpinnings of e-learning and gamification?  How does this relate to libraries, learning, and research institutions?  What’s happening today in real experience and practice?  And, what can we vision and imagine for the future?  How do we do this? Where can we start?
    • The Agenda for Monday  Introduction  Framing the Opportunities for Libraries  CISCO learning, access to knowledge, and employability  Underpinnings of eLearning: How the "Tried and True" Informs the New  MOOCs for Librarians  Lunch (provided)  eLearning in Libraries  Research  Gamification in Action  Quick trip for a beer conversation afterwards
    • The Agenda for Tuesday  Coffee & Muffins  MOOC Toolkit  eLearning Support in Action  Supporting eLearning  Lunch (*provided)  MOOCs to Online Learning  ELearning/MOOC Platforms  Putting it All Together: Brainstorming Roles for Supporting eLearning, MOOCs & Gamification
    • What came together to threaten the current social and business models of education?
    • Perfect Storm? Critical Mass?  Digital content – web, licensed, free and fee  Shareability  Globalization of edu-markets  New research into understanding learning styles and intelligence  Production price point is doable and mass market potential  Devices are ready and available in core market(s)  Cloud software and hosting creates a simplified online environment – no downloads…
    • Perfect Storm? Critical Mass?  Devices are affordable  Alignment of synchronous and asynchronous strategies for learning  Collaboration based software is emerging more fully into the workplace  Social software is fully embedded in the consumer space and especially with targeted young scholars  Online registration and payment methods are more rugged  Homework and assignments can be done and submitted by individuals and cohorts
    • Perfect Storm? Critical Mass?  Decent video, audio, recording, and graphics tools. Way past PPT  Online assessment is emerging as doable  Class size variable seems to be based on judgment combined with business models  Class size depends on how learning happens – technical transfer or knowledge embedding?  Solid tools and practices are emerging for learning and engaging. Real challenge is on the instructor / designer level and with evaluation of same.  Content is differentially emerging…
    • The Landscape  Content  Infrastructure  Technology  Environments
    • Content  Textbook publishers: Cengage Learning, Pearson, and McGraw-Hill  e.g. Ed2Go, Learn4Life, Gale Online High School  10’s of thousands of authors, rugged editorial and updating… major investments in development  Other content – open-textbooks, open source, open access  Loads of excellent and questionable content available for free (or hopefully free)
    • Infrastructure  The “Cloud”  Linked Data  The Web
    • Technology  Simple tools make an e-learning environment like multiple instruments make and orchestra.  The musicians AND the conductor make the experience.  It takes work, plans, scripts and practice.  The experience happens on many levels whether there’s and audience of one or more . . . or not.
    • Environments  MOOCs  EdX, Coursera, Udacity  Learning Management Systems  Blackboard, Moodle, Desire to Learn (D2L)  Very interesting early successes in pilots and trials: TED and Khan Academy, University of Phoenix, MIT and Harvard, etc.
    • Unresolved Issues  Copyright  Rights  Ownership (unions and faculty contracts)  Compensation  Sustainability  Accreditation  Credential(s) acceptance
    • Key Questions  How does e-learning fit into the library service portfolio  Do we just support or get more fully into it? Where does our library fit?  To build or not to build your own?  How does learning happen best?  How do we assess student success in this environment?  How do we measure success?
    • MOOCs
    • How could the landscape change?  Prediction: 45% of higher education institutions in North America merge or go under…?  New entrants: the periphery moves to the centre.  Public Libraries offer K-12 credits and become schools  Public Libraries offer college courses and online support and coaching  Associations adopt technical certification and accredited diplomas for IT, and technical trades
    • How could the landscape change?  Disruption: Local boards of education are no more. They are forced to merge at the state and provincial level as cost-effective models and technical scalability become concerns based on financial considerations.  Disruption: Massive mergers/consolidations, bankruptcies of traditional publishers and institutions of higher education  Disruption: Global providers emerge from the Far East and drive west.
    • Questions . . .
    • ENGAGE
    • Enjoy the Symposium Stephen Abram, MLS, FSLA Consultant, Dysart & Jones/Lighthouse Consulting Inc. Cel: 416-669-4855 stephen.abram@gmail.com Stephen’s Lighthouse Blog http://stephenslighthouse.com Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr: Stephen Abram LinkedIn: Stephen Abram Twitter: @sabram SlideShare: StephenAbram1 Skype: stephenkabram