New Places to Learn: Flexible learning and online residency

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Slides from my talk at the Higher Education Academy event held in Oxford. …

Slides from my talk at the Higher Education Academy event held in Oxford.

For more info see: http://tallblog.conted.ox.ac.uk/index.php/2012/04/24/education-should-move-us/

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  • 1. New places to learn:Flexible learning andonline residency
  • 2. DEPARTMENT FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED LIFELONG LEARNING New places to learn: Flexible learning and online residency #heanplDavid White@daveowhiteTechnology Assisted Lifelong LearningUniversity of Oxford19th April 2012
  • 3. Technology AssistedLifelong Learning
  • 4. Emerging, Establishing,Embedding, ExperiencedConvenience, Connection, Authority, Relevance Distractionease of use, sharing with legitimacyaccessibility others Create ReliabilitySearching Collaborate Speed Fun, Quantity enjoyment Visitors and Residents
  • 5. Emerging, Establishing,Embedding, ExperiencedConvenience, Connection, Collaborate Authority, Distractionease of use, sharing with legitimacyaccessibility others Reliability Relevance Speed CreateSearching Fun, Quantity enjoyment Visitors and Residents
  • 6. If I’m not in this placeI’m in that one. UKF5 – Visitors and Residents
  • 7. Web as place Social Openness - Sharing Convenience Communal Authority - Relevance
  • 8. DEPARTMENT FOR CONTINUING EDUCATIONTECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED LIFELONG LEARNINGDigitalVisitorDigitalResident
  • 9. ‘Genres ofparticipation’not frameworksDigital Youth Research: Kids’ Informal Learning with Digital Media – “Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out”http://digitalyouth.ischool.berkeley.edu/
  • 10. Evolution‘the need for practice –acquired through continueddevelopment and refinement indifferent contexts, rather thanonce-and-for-all mastery’ Llida report
  • 11. Visitor Resident Video: goo.gl/dny1h Paper: goo.gl/RFSLz
  • 12. Visitor
  • 13. Resident
  • 14. This iswhereI live
  • 15. I’ll see how he is on Facebookand I’ll send him a message onFacebook, even though he’ssitting five feet away from me.So, I’ll type him something andhe’s like, “Jon, just ask me, I’mright here.” I’ll type back, “No.What’s the score?” USU4 – Visitors and Residents
  • 16. I actually have teachersthat limit us on how manyinternet sources we can usebut require hard copysources from the library. USU3 – Visitors and Residents
  • 17. I tend to believe that peoplewill just learn it, even if theyhave never used, because it’sso easy. And if they don’tknow, I will just say, “Googleit,” so easy to learn now. UKF5 – Visitors and Residents
  • 18. UKU3
  • 19. LearnerOwnedLiteracies
  • 20. Graduate Attributes:‘Apply different forms ofcommunication in varioussocial, professional andcultural settings’ Queen Mary University of London
  • 21. ‘…to become a confident,agile adopter of arange of technologies forpersonal, academic andprofessional use. …andengage productively inrelevant online communities.’ Brookes University
  • 22. ‘Ability to use technology towork, research, learn andinfluence others in anincreasingly digital world.’ Southampton University
  • 23. ‘Digital literacy definesthose capabilities which fitan individual for living,learning and working in adigital society.’ JISC Developing Digital Literacies
  • 24. Influence?Community?
  • 25. DEPARTMENT FOR CONTINUING EDUCATIONTECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED LIFELONG LEARNINGContentorContact
  • 26. “…one of the clear thingsthat we see among a lot ofstudents is the desire toconnect with other studentsand that’s something thattechnologies can clearlyfacilitate ” HEFCE Study of UK Online Learning
  • 27. EventednessFellowship Page 27
  • 28. ‘Visitor skills are the lowhanging fruit, its residencyskills, and the ability tobalance them with otherpressures, where theadvances in technology lie....So where is the lowhanging fruit of residency?’ Alan Cann http://goo.gl/kkfJE
  • 29. Thanks david.white@conted.ox.ac.uk @daveowhite Search: JISC Visitors and Residents tall.conted.ox.ac.uk
  • 30. The JISC funded Visitorsand Residents project teamLynn Silipigni Connaway, Ph.D. - Co-Principal Investigator Senior Research Scientist OCLC ResearchDonna Lanclos, Ph.D.- Co-Investigator University of North Carolina, CharlotteAlison Le Cornu, Ph.D.- Research Assistant University of OxfordErin Hood – Research Assistant OCLC Research
  • 31. Picture creditsEmpty lecture theatrehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/shaylor/13945881Cityhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/3506557840/Toolboxhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/terry/6156784804Porto Riberiahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/lanier67/5253473681Students with laptopshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/flickerbulb/1477994596Old School Phonehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/amcdaniel83/3126390340/