LMS 2.0 - Tools for the Next Gen of Learners

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  • 1. LMS 2.0 -Tools for the Next Generation of Learners Shivanu Shukla, Co-Founder & CEO @heyshiv MobiLearnAsia 2012 1
  • 2. MobiLearnAsia 2012 2
  • 3. LMS 1.0 MobiLearnAsia 2012 3
  • 4. Challenges with LMS 1.0Low Usage & Usability Expensive Customizations Non-Intuitive UI Expensive to Customize Tough for Teachers Fit Process to Technology Not interesting for Integrate with Multiple students Platforms Existing Systems Hardware Maintenance No Mobile Access Maintain Multiple Costly to Scale Platforms Limited or Cumbersome Software Upgrades Back-upCostly Maintenance & Upgrade Limited Access & Scale MobiLearnAsia 2012 4
  • 5. Changing Landscape Social Collaboration > Search Share > Email Not Just for Kids! MobiLearnAsia 2012 5
  • 6. Changing Landscape Mobile 3” < 5” < 7” < 10” There’s an App for that! Instant Gratification MobiLearnAsia 2012 6
  • 7. Changing Patterns - Communication Face-to-Face stillremains important More Social Beyond the Classroom Source: ECAR Report 2012, EDUCAUSE MobiLearnAsia 2012 7
  • 8. Changing Patterns – DevicesIncreasingly Mobile Access Learning ResourcesTablet penetration still low Source: ECAR Report 2012, EDUCAUSE MobiLearnAsia 2012 8
  • 9. Changing Patterns – Learning TechnologyOnline component a must More Open Resources Increases Engagement Source: ECAR Report 2012, EDUCAUSE MobiLearnAsia 2012 9
  • 10. Changing Patterns – Learning Expectations Hyper-AttentionYouTube, Google, Wikipedia “Hyper attention is characterized by switching focus rapidly among different tasks, preferring Always-On Experience multiple information streams, seeking a high level of stimulation, and having a low tolerance for boredom.” - N. Katherine Hayles MobiLearnAsia 2012 10
  • 11. Changing WorkplaceMore Work-Life “Blending” More Mobility More Gen Y MobiLearnAsia 2012 11
  • 12. Shifts in the Learning Landscape Free, Open & User Generated Content Video, iTunes U, MultimediaLess Gurus, More Peers MobiLearnAsia 2012 12
  • 13. New Learning Paradigm SocialTraditional Learning Social Learning Classroom based Anytime Anywhere New Curriculum based Experience Based Open Content Age Mobile Personalized & User LearningSyndicated Content Generated Content Teacher/Trainer Student/Learner Centric Centric Cloud Source: Teamie MobiLearnAsia 2012 13
  • 14. Characteristics of the Next Gen LMS Source: Teamie MobiLearnAsia 2012 14
  • 15. #1 Social Communities & CollaborationOn-going CommunityPurpose-Built Social Tools for LearningTeam Collaboration MobiLearnAsia 2012 15
  • 16. #2 Discovery & SubscriptionsDiscover & Aggregate Curate & ShareSubscribe & Discuss MobiLearnAsia 2012 16
  • 17. #3 Personalized & User-Generated Learning Goals & User ProfileExperiential LearningPersonalized Content& Recommendations MobiLearnAsia 2012 17
  • 18. #4 Anytime Anywhere Learning Mobile AppsVirtual Locker RoomBorderless Classroom MobiLearnAsia 2012 18
  • 19. #5 Engage, Reward & Incentivize Drive Behaviorthrough GamificationEngaged CommunityGuide & Recommend MobiLearnAsia 2012 19
  • 20. #6 Cloud & Mobile Delivery No Hardware, No Software HTTPS Up to 256 bits encryp on Content Delivery Network Business Con nuity &Scale, Flexibility & Disaster Recovery Accessibility Auto-Scaling Regular backupsBusiness Continuity Compliant – SAS 70 Type II, PCI DSS Level 1, FISMA, ISO 27001 MobiLearnAsia 2012 20
  • 21. Impact of the Next Gen LMSFor the School, College or EnterpriseBenefits Things to consider• Engaged Students • Infrastructure• Transparent Communication • Policy & Process• Parent/Stakeholder Visibility • Teacher Readiness & Training• Performance MetricsFor the TeachersBenefits Things to consider• More content sources • Curate, Don’t Create• Manage learning remotely • Facilitate, Don’t Teach• Drive student interest • Manage Discussions• More focused in-class sessions MobiLearnAsia 2012 21
  • 22. LMS 2.0 is already here! Social – Community & Engagement Collaboration – Share & Co-create Learning – Content & Assessments Gamification – Reward & Encourage Analytics – Drive Performance Manage – Blend Classroom & Online Cloud – Anytime, Anywhere Mobile – Any device www.theteamie.com MobiLearnAsia 2012 22
  • 23. Summary• The landscape is changing – Social, Mobile, Devices, Learning, Workplace Trends are shifting• Many of the existing LMS tools fail to engage & excite students in a fast changing learning environment• LMS 2.0 – Social Community & Collaboration > Classroom – Open & User-generated Content > Syndicated Content – Experience > Curriculum – Engagement > Individual Learning – Facilitate > Teach• Technology is an enabler to deliver a social learning experience MobiLearnAsia 2012 23
  • 24. Shivanu Shukla Thank You! shivanu@theteamie.com @heyshiv Every morning in Africa, when the sun rises, a gazelle wakes up and says to himself – “If I don’t run faster than the cheetah, I will die”Every morning in Africa, when the sun rises, a cheetah wakes up and says to himself – “If Idon’t run faster than the gazelle, I will starve” It really doesn’t matter if you think you are a cheetah or a gazelle, but every morning, when the sun rises, you better be running! MobiLearnAsia 2012 24