Cisco Connected Learning Technology

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Cisco will present their new Connected Learning Environment solution. Cisco will provide an overview of the relevance of this Connected Learning Technology for Universities, with a specific focus on how this solution:
Adds rich interactivity to the curriculum Encourages student-produced multimedia content Enables collaboration within the university, and with other universities & industry Supports virtual classroom – both on campus & remotely Supports the goals of increasing enrolment without building new classrooms And aids with 21st century teaching and learning techniques

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Cisco Connected Learning Technology

  1. 1. Cisco’sConnected Learning Environment (CLE)June 2010Glenn McPherson<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />Cisco in Education<br />Cisco Collaboration Platform for Education<br />Cisco Connected Learning Transition<br />CLE Overview<br />
  3. 3. Cisco’s Commitment to Education<br />Global Strategy and Investments<br />Our Education Business<br />Networking Academy<br /><ul><li> $1.4B revenue
  4. 4. Solutions for administrative efficiencies… security, communications…
  5. 5. Solutions to support learning… </li></ul>Network Infrastructure<br />Mobility/Wireless<br />Digital Media<br />Collaboration<br />Security/Surveillance<br /><ul><li>10 years of providing ICT skills education to students globally
  6. 6. 2+ million students have participated in courses
  7. 7. 160+ countries worldwide
  8. 8. Courses in 9 languages
  9. 9. IBSG – Executive Advisory on policy reform and implementation
  10. 10. Global Projects – Louisiana, Jordan, Broadmeadows…
  11. 11. Partnerships with… Harvard University Digital Opportunity Trust UNESCO
  12. 12. Global Education Connected Learning Societies</li></ul>Education Is the Great Equalizer in Our Society and the Foundation of Innovation and Prosperity<br />
  13. 13. Network as Platform<br />Network of Networks<br />All in One:Data/Voice/Video<br />Market Transitions<br />Our strategy is guided by the market transitions that affect our customers.<br /> Collaboration/Web 2.0<br />1997<br />2000<br />2006<br />2008<br />
  14. 14. network<br />services<br />devices<br />software<br />curriculum<br />
  15. 15. Spaces for Effective Learning<br />Electronic Peripherals<br />End user digital devices, Whiteboards<br />Wireless LAN<br />Mobility and Flexibility, secure for STAFF and STUDENTS<br />CCTV / PA / Digital Media<br />Logically separated but on single infrastructure<br />Wired LAN<br />Ultra High throughput, inline power for phones, cameras, clocks, secure for STAFF and STUDENTS<br />Collaboration<br />Peer to peer and group voice/video/web applications for STUDENTS andSTAFF ... Beyond the 4 walls.<br />
  16. 16. Cisco Collaboration Portfolio<br />Connected Learning. Secure Social Network<br />IP Communications<br />Telepresence<br />Mobile Applications<br />Conferencing<br />Customer Care<br />Messaging<br />Cisco Connected<br />Learning Environment<br />
  17. 17. Learning Solutions Transition<br />Cisco Connected Learning Societies for Higher Education <br /> Assist with transformation to student-centric 21st century learning environments <br />Design & evolve a network that ensures physical and virtual secure access  to educational resources and personnel<br />Enabling enhanced student-centric teaching and learning<br />Innovation for "campus without walls"<br />Under Development:<br />Cisco Learning Environment (CLE)<br />
  18. 18. Content<br />Education Today: Content Centric<br /><ul><li>Standalone: Expensive to create
  19. 19. Generic content
  20. 20. Static</li></ul>Teacher<br />Student<br />
  21. 21. Content<br />Next Generation Learning: Collaboration Centric<br /><ul><li>Teachers collaborate to share and create
  22. 22. Customized by institutions and teachers
  23. 23. Dynamic, continuously updated, with industry involvement</li></ul>Star student contribution<br /><ul><li>Studentscollaborate to share and create</li></ul>Teacher<br />Student<br />
  24. 24. Cisco CLEOne Place to Collaborate, Teach, Learn, Research<br />Content and Information<br />Learning<br />Management<br />Search & <br />Directory<br />Student<br />Data<br />Content<br />Collaboration & Web 2.0<br />Communications & Devices<br />Blogs<br />Professional<br />Networking<br />Wikis<br />RSS<br />Voice<br />Mobile<br />IM<br />Video<br />Calendar<br />Cisco CLE<br />“Seamless Workspace”<br /><ul><li>Provides a single sign on and view
  25. 25. Connects Students, Teachers, information and experts
  26. 26. Delivers integrated collaboration tools
  27. 27. Launch Virtual Classrooms
  28. 28. Integrates content & learning curriculum</li></li></ul><li>CLE Functional Modules<br />Cisco Learning Environment Portal<br />Learning/Content Management<br />Rich Video<br />Virtual Classroom<br />Collaboration<br />Powered by Cisco WebEx<br />Powered by open and proprietary source (E.g., Moodle, Saba)<br />Powered by Cisco Collaboration technologies, (E.g., Web 2.0)<br />Powered by Cisco Video solutions<br />Notifications and Alerts Reporting Framework Administrative Features Integration with Other Systems<br /> Hosted High Availability Unified Identity & Security<br />
  29. 29. Home Page<br />This could be an Avatar (like shown) or a photo …to represent the user.<br />
  30. 30. Learning Spaces<br />
  31. 31. Cisco Learning Environment<br />- Live Demonstration<br />- Solution Deep-dive<br />JULY 30th 2pm Cisco, 101 Collins Street <br />

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