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Challenges and opportunities in providing course content within changing instructor and student behaviors

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Challenges and opportunities in providing course content within changing instructor and student behaviors
NISO/BISG 9th Annual Forum: The Changing Standards Landscape
Access or Ownership: Evolving Business Models and Your Institution
Franny Lee, SIPX

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Challenges and opportunities in providing course content within changing instructor and student behaviors

  1. 1. -1- NISO/BISG 9th Annual Forum: The Changing Standards Landscape Access or Ownership: Evolving Business Models and Your Institution June 26, 2015 Franny Lee GM and VP SIPX franny.lee@proquest.com
  2. 2. -2-- 2 -Agenda “Challenges and opportunities in providing course content within changing instructor and student behaviors” Take-aways: •  Know more about changes happening in the world of teaching and instruction, and what impact they have on standard •  Don’t be afraid “To boldly go where no one has gone before…”
  3. 3. -3- Unique perspective from ProQuest SIPX - 3 - Educators Librarians and subscribed resources Platforms and MOOC Providers Copyright Agents Creators and Publishers Open Sources of Content Students SIPX Intersects ! Content Trends, ! Higher Education Needs and the Digital Future! Save students money! Save schools money! Make education better! Everything connected together through " scalable technology" " Schools and Bookstore s
  4. 4. -4- Modern webservice to manage and share course materials What is ? •  Fast and easy to set up course readings, with real-time cost details to the instructor •  Saves students money – Technology recognizes and eliminates royalties for schools’ subscribed content •  Fully copyright compliant; automatically manages copyright permissions and royalty payments at scale •  Flexibly imbeds into digital platforms and existing school workflows •  Delivers new benefits such as granular analytics and unbundled purchasing - 4 -
  5. 5. -5- Criteria for selecting content is the same:" •  Relevance to their teaching goals" •  Ease of set up to themself" •  Cost to student" •  Recommended by peers" " Academic Independence" " " CHANGES AND REASONS:" •  Tools available today to more easily find and share (and make their own) content" •  Growing expectation that their campus work life should have the same ease of use as their everyday life" •  Pressure from school leaders to lower the cost of education" •  Not everyone’s there yet BUT starting to happen – instructor expectation for analytics on their students’ content engagement" Looking at instructors’ behaviors - 5 -
  6. 6. -6- Textbooks" Coursepacks" An abstracted evolution - 6 - Wiki" Email" Website" Social media" -- Digital content -----------------------------------" MOOC"LMS"
  7. 7. -7- Looking at students’ behaviors - 7 - Still a somewhat captive audience, but…" CHANGES AND REASONS:" •  Tools available today to more easily find alternate sources of that assigned content" •  Crushing student debt"
  8. 8. -8- Involvement in teaching and learning activities on campus varies widely" " " (Looking at libraries’ behaviors) - 8 - No way, no money Losing relevance on campus, how can I help in the classroom within my resource capacities? I want to be the leader
  9. 9. -9- Background: Global reach, open enrollments. Experiments in efficient online delivery of high quality education. Publishers interested in participating. Opportunity here for everyone to grow." " Challenges: " •  Nascent infrastructure for guiding instructors" •  Undefined expectations for success – applying campus course success expectations to MOOCs doesn’t map well (voluntary learners)" •  Specific to content, mixed messages from campus and from the wider market on expectations for “free and open”" •  Not black and white, but many different shades of grey" •  Managing rights access for global student base can’t be done with traditional technologies based on a school’s IP address authentication" Looking at MOOCs - 9 -
  10. 10. -10 - Balancing campus course needs and emerging course needs, in the face of increasing instructor demands and expectations and increasing pressure to lower the cost of education." No one person can solve this; big picture challenge that will involve collaboration and cooperation from many stakeholders" What will help:" •  Be part of technology solutions and help form what they need to be" •  Make content, and access to content (i.e. subscriptions), more easily and relevantly searchable and understandable " •  Improve standards for identifying content and identifying allowed uses" Today’s big challenge - 10 -
  11. 11. -11 -In teaching and learning, believes in:! Saving students money! ! Saving schools money! ! Supporting the creation and sharing of high quality education! ! Leverage library holdings everywhere possible! Make open content more visible! ! Apply technology to make manual workflows more efficient! Pay only for content that is actually used! ! Let instructors be creative with how they teach and easily ! share their selected content! Help education go global and online if it needs to! Measure teaching and learning effectiveness with analytics! - 11 -

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