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    • The World is OPEN:We All Learn Dr. Zoraini Wati Abas zoraini@gmail.com http://www.facebook.com/zoraini Skype: zoraini Slideshare: zoraini Twitter: zorainiwatiabas
    • Source:http://tinyurl.com/6nvtaj8 Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 2012 2 Knowledge@USM
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    • Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 20124 Knowledge@USM
    • ZWAbas 26 June 2012 Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access toThe Academic: Yesterday vs TodayChanges Affecting Higher EducationThe World is Open: Everyone Can LearnSummary and ConclusionOUTLINE 5
    • THE ACADEMIC YESTERDAY VS TODAY Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 2012 6 Knowledge@USM
    • ZWAbas 26 June 2012What is it like to be an academic today (as compared to Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to yesterday)? 7
    • • Why? • How? • When? PhD • Why? • Who? • What? Academic Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 20128 Knowledge@USM
    • EDUCATIONCHANGES AFFECTING HIGHER Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 2012 9 Knowledge@USM
    • University Education ZWAbas 26 June 2012 Yesterday Today• Privileged • Masses• Few universities • Hundreds of universities• • Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to Produce an elitist group Democratization tool• Relevant and highly • At risk of being irrelevant regarded • Its role is being questioned 10
    • So last century By Cathy N. Davidson 28 April 2011 ZWAbas 26 June 2012 About 100 years ago, higher education restructured to meet the needs of the industrial age. Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to It has changed little since, even as the internet has transformed life. Another revolution is needed, says Cathy Davidson, to modernise universities and prepare graduates for a 21st-centuryCathy N. Davidson is the working environment . . . .Ruth F. DeVarney professorof English and John HopeFranklin Humanities 11Institute professor ofinterdisciplinary studies atDuke University in the US. Source: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectionc
    • "The history of 20th-century highereducation has been the history ofassessing individualachievement, measuring, certifying ZWAbas 26 June 2012and quantifying outcomes andoutputs." "....new sorting and attentional skills, collaborative skills, judgement and logical skills, synthesising and analytical Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to abilities, critical and creative skills, qualitative and quantitative skills, all together, with few lines between them. These are sometimes called "21st- century literacies", a range of new 12 interpersonal, synthesising, organising and communication skills that companies
    • New StraitsTimes, Juen 13 2012 Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 2012 13 Knowledge@USM
    • Internet Milestones ZWAbas 26 June 2012 iCloud iPad • 2011 Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to iPhone • 2010 Social • 2007 The World MediaThe Wide Web • 2000+Internet • 1994• 1969 14
    • 1890 apart 120 years 2010 Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201215 Knowledge@USM
    • Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201216 Knowledge@USM
    • The 100,000 student classroom ZWAbas 26 June 2012Peter Norvighttps://www.ai-class.com/ Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to 17 http://video.ted.com/talk/podcast/2012U/None/Pet erNorvig_2012U-480p.mp4
    • While industries such as music, newspapers, film and publishing have seen radical changes in their business models and practices as a ZWAbas 26 June 2012 direct result of new technologies, higher education has so far resisted the wholesale changes we have seen elsewhere. However, a gradual and fundamental shift Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to in the practice of academics is taking place. Every aspect of scholarly practice is seeing changes effected by the adoption and possibilities of new technologies. This book will explore these changes, their implications for higher education, the possibilities for new forms of scholarly practice and what lessons can be drawn from other 18 sectors.Source: http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1849666172/typepad0dc-21
    • Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201219 Knowledge@USM
    • Addresses the complex and diverse experiences of learners in a world ZWAbas 26 June 2012 embedded with digital technologies. Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to 20Source:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rethinking-Learning-Digital-Age-Experiences/dp/0415875439/ref=pd_sim_b_3/275-5353449-4147002
    • Case studies of how the new culture of learning has been ZWAbas 26 June 2012 applied to formal education. Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to 21Source:http://www.amazon.co.uk/New-Culture-Learning-Douglas-Thomas/dp/1456458884/ref=pd_sim_b_2
    • We live in a time of vast changes. And those changes call for entirely new ways of learning and thinking. ZWAbas 26 June 2012 World-renowned for his theory of multiple intelligences, Gardner takes that thinking to the next level in this book, drawing from a wealth of diverse examples to illuminate his Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to ideas. Concise and engaging, Five Minds for the Future will inspire lifelong learning in any reader as well as provide valuable insights for those charged with training and developing organizational leaders-both today and tomorrow. 22Source:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Five-Minds-Future-Howard-Gardner/dp/1422145352/ref=pd_bxgy_b_img_b
    • Drawing on ten years of research into educational innovation and socio-technical change . . . this book questions taken-for-granted assumptions about the future of education . . . . Keri Facer makes a case for recognising the challenges that the next two decades may ZWAbas 26 June 2012 bring, including: • The emergence of new relationships between humans and technology • The opportunities and challenges of aging populations Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to • The development of new forms of knowledge and democracy • The challenges of climate warming and environmental disruption • The potential for radical economic and social inequalities This book describes the potential for these developments to impact critical aspects of education – including adult-child relationships, social justice, curriculum design, community relationships and learning 23 ecologies.Source:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Learning-Futures-Education-Technology-Social/dp/0415581435/ref=pd_sim_b_2
    • Teachers in higher education have had to become more professional in their approach ZWAbas 26 June 2012 to teaching, matching their professionalism in research . . . . The strength of this book is that it Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to provides a sound theoretical basis for designing and using learning technologies in university teaching.Source: 24http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rethinking-University-Teaching-Conversational-Technologies/dp/0415256798/ref=pd_sim_b_5
    • LEARNTHE WORLD IS OPEN: EVERYONE CAN Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 2012 25 Knowledge@USM
    • ZWAbas 26 June 2012 Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to WE ALL LEARN 26http://www.slideshare.net/ml14850/the-world-is-open-a-review
    • Books/iBooks Web Searching in the World of E- Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201227 Knowledge@USM
    • On February 1, 2012, Connexions launched itsgroundbreaking initiative OpenStax College™.OpenStax College is a non-profit organization ZWAbas 26 June 2012committed to improving student accessto quality learning materials. Our freetextbooks are developed and peer reviewed byeducators to ensure they are readable, accurate, and Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access tomeet the scope and sequence requirements of yourcourse. Through our partnerships with companiesand foundations committed to reducing costs forstudents, OpenStax College is working to improveaccess to higher education for all.OpenStax College is an initiative of Rice Universityand is made possible through the generous supportof several philanthropic foundations. 28Check out this new initiative athttp://openstaxcollege.org!
    • Web Searching in the World of E-BooksE-Learning and Blended Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012 Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to 29
    • Web Searching in the World of E-BooksE-Learning and Blended Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012Availability of Open Source and FreeSoftware Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to 30
    • Web Searching in the World of E-BooksE-Learning and Blended Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012Availability of Open Source and FreeSoftwareLeveraged Resources andOpenCourseWare Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to 31
    • Web Searching in the World of E-BooksE-Learning and Blended Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012Availability of Open Source and FreeSoftwareLeveraged Resources andOpenCourseWare Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access toLearning Object Repositories and Portals 32
    • Web Searching in the World of E-BooksE-Learning and Blended Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012Availability of Open Source and FreeSoftwareLeveraged Resources andOpenCourseWare Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access toLearning Object Repositories and PortalsLearner Participation in OpenInformation Communities 33
    • WAdobe Connect Pro eb Searching in the World of E-Books E-Learning and Blended Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012 Availability of Open Source and Free Software Leveraged Resources and OpenCourseWare Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to Learning Object Repositories and Portals Learner Participation in Open Information Communities Electronic Collaboration and Interaction 34
    • Web Searching in the World of E-BooksE-Learning and Blended Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012Availability of Open Source and FreeSoftwareLeveraged Resources andOpenCourseWare Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access toLearning Object Repositories and PortalsLearner Participation in OpenInformation CommunitiesElectronic Collaboration and InteractionAlternative Reality Learning 35
    • Web Searching in the World of E-BooksE-Learning and Blended Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012Availability of Open Source and FreeSoftwareLeveraged Resources andOpenCourseWare Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access toLearning Object Repositories and PortalsLearner Participation in OpenInformation CommunitiesElectronic Collaboration and InteractionAlternative Reality LearningReal-Time Mobility and Portability 36
    • iTunes U http://www.apple.com/education/mobile-learning/ Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201237 Knowledge@USM
    • Web Searching in the World of E-BooksE-Learning and Blended Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012Availability of Open Source and FreeSoftwareLeveraged Resources andOpenCourseWare Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access toLearning Object Repositories and PortalsLearner Participation in OpenInformation CommunitiesElectronic Collaboration and InteractionAlternative Reality LearningReal-Time Mobility and Portability 38Networks of Personalised Learning
    • Let’s Use Video to Reinvent ZWAbas 26 June 2012EducationSalman Khan Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to 39http://www.ted.com/talks/salman_khan_let_s_use_video_to_reinvent_education.html
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    • http://academicearth.org/ Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201241 Knowledge@USM
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    • Peer2Peer University http://www.p2pu.org/$70,000 seed grant from the Hewlett Foundation Different kind of ZWAbas 26 June 2012to launch its first 10 pilot courses. Opened forenrolment on 9-09-09 universities (in the future) Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to http://www.uopeople.org/ Computer and Business Programs Dr. Russell S. Winer “The University of the People is an idea whose time has come". 44
    • OERsThe next wave in education and learning Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 2012 45 Knowledge@USM
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    • in 2010 Launched by YAB Tun Mahathir http://oer.oum.edu.my Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201247 Knowledge@USM
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    • SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 2012 49 Knowledge@USM
    • Every truth has four ZWAbas 26 June 2012corners: as a teacherI give you onecorner, and it is for Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access toyou to find the otherthree.-- Confucius Source: http://www.logoi.com/pastimage s/confucius.html 50
    • First Things First ZWAbas 26 June 2012 • To educate What is our • To be accountable role as an • To do whatever it takes to get the job Knowledge@USM academic? Creating and Widening Access to done • Change, change, chan ge 51
    • Centralized Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012 Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access toAdapted from:Morrison(2003). E-Learningstrategies: How to getimplementation and deliveryright the first time. Hoboken, 52NJ: John Wiley
    • Learner-Centric Learning ZWAbas 26 June 2012 Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access toAdapted from:Morrison(2003). E-Learningstrategies: How to getimplementation and deliveryright the first time. 53Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley
    • A blend of push and pull Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201254 Knowledge@USM
    • Learning Matrix (Form, Style, Tool) Web 2.0 Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201255 Knowledge@USM
    • Education ZWAbas 26 June 2012 TODAY YESTERDAY• Education is for the • Education is for the masses elite Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to• The World is OPEN • NOT everyone can• WE-ALL-LEARN learn/Learning is for• Everyone can learn the few 56
    • Dont try to innovate for the future. ZWAbas 26 June 2012 Innovate for the present.’ Knowledge@USM Creating and Widening Access to Peter Drucker 57
    • The End Creating and Widening Access to ZWAbas 26 June 201258 Knowledge@USM