Higher Education in a Post-Digital Era.

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  • Not just ODL related findings but TeL as well.
  • Or are we just along for the ride as this stuff evolves?
  • Where do you place yourself? What is the students motivation towards the web?
  • Where do you place yourself? What is the students motivation towards the web?
  • Is the latter challenges the status quo of the institution but it doesn't necessarily meet the expectations of students. Assuming you want to meet the expectations of students… Surely they have come to learn.
  • Is the latter challenges the status quo of the institution but it doesn't necessarily meet the expectations of students. Assuming you want to meet the expectations of students… Surely they have come to learn.
  • Trying to educate people Or are we just along for the ride as this stuff evolves?
  • Trying to educate people Or are we just along for the ride as this stuff evolves?
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Consistent student experience. Is this quality? Embedding? Communication Format of today good for this.
  • Trying to educate people Or are we just along for the ride as this stuff evolves?
  • Disappearing into use.
  • Disappearing into use.
  • Disappearing into use.
  • Doesn’t mean it’s not very useful. Tea Rota  Disappeared into use Mirror of an offline paradigm.
  • Doesn’t mean it’s not very useful. Tea Rota  Disappeared into use Mirror of an offline paradigm.
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Where do you place yourself? What is the students motivation towards the web?
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Cultural normalisation of tech + move out of ‘cottage industry’
  • Discuss the challenges we had getting hold of this information. Link to finding out more about financial value rec + terminology rec Mention the two approaches to link to next slide. Image?

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  • 1. DEPARTMENT FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED LIFELONG LEARNING Higher Education in a Post-Digital Era. DMU Technology-Enhanced Learning Symposium David White Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning (TALL) Department for Continuing Education University of Oxford www.tall.ox.ac.uk tallblog.conted.ox.ac.uk/index.php/author/whited Twitter.com/daveowhite 5th May 2010
  • 2. HEFCE Study of Online Distance Learning http://bit.ly/dAGiH2
  • 3. nasa1fan_MSFC
  • 4. “...man as a creature who can make delusional systems work—who imposes his fantasies, his non-iconic constructs (and constructions) , upon the environment. The altered environment shapes his perceptions, and these are again forced back on the environment, are incorporated into the environment, and press for further adaptation.” Ralph L. Holloway Jr. 1969 "Culture: A Human domain" in Current Anthropology 10(4): 395.
  • 5. 2010 Tom_Raferty
  • 6. 1982
  • 7. The Hierarchy of Digital Distractions InformationIsBeautiful.net
  • 8. 4 (a) Edit Line 9 to change the name of the cottage to Willow Cottage. HTML to be edited <h1>Hazel Cottage</h1> (2 marks) AQA GCSE in ICT 2009
  • 9. „A Series of 6 Very Simple Diagrams‟
  • 10. 1. Role Disappearing Disrupting into use the status quo
  • 11. 2. Desire Disappear Disrupt Want Need
  • 12. 3. Pedagogy Want Need Pass Group Assessment Work
  • 13. 4. Technology Pass Group Assessment Work VLE Blogging Email Social media Content Contact
  • 14. 5. Motivation http://bit.ly/pi2qv Visitors Residents
  • 15. http://bit.ly/pi2qv Visitors Residents
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  • 17. EvrEBoDNEdsSumBoD2Luv
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  • 19. IYKWIMAITYD
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  • 21. 6. Bickering
  • 22. Quality vs Innovation? covilha exfordy
  • 23. •Availability bias (Tversky & Kahneman, 1974) •Expectation bias (Rosenthal, 1966) •The ambiguity effect (Frisch & Baron, 1988) •Groupthink biases (Janis, 1972) Noah Raford http://news.noahraford.com/?p=175
  • 24. “Organisation culture is the emergent result of the continuing negotiations about values, meanings and proprieties between the members of that organisation and with its environment.” Richard Seel: http://bit.ly/b9lAdC
  • 25. „Disappearing into use‟ Vs „Disrupt the status quo‟
  • 26. “I‟m just having a synchronous-digital-virtual-voice chat” massdistruction
  • 27. “Temporally-authentic microscopic instantiations of public mood state.”
  • 28. “Temporally-authentic microscopic instantiations of public mood state.” http://bit.ly/464LRd
  • 29. Post-Digital (Looking passed the novelty literacies) The Cheals http://bit.ly/5MH79O
  • 30. “…It is also clear that technology platforms are not a barrier to success. The OLTF does not intend to dedicate significant attention to this area. We intend to pay more attention to business models to ensure sustainability and cost effectiveness, and to pedagogical good practice to support academic quality.” http://bit.ly/dAGiH2
  • 31. http://bit.ly/5MH79O
  • 32. 774mm
  • 33. Paul Clarke WorldEconomcForum Liberal Democrats Page 44
  • 34. Page 45
  • 35. David White Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning (TALL) http://www.tall.ox.ac.uk http://tallblog.conted.ox.ac.uk/index.php/author/whited Twitter.com/daveowhite Many images Creative Commons from flickr (see attributions)