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  1. 1. A question of quality and social innovationEbba Ossiannilsson, PhD, Lund UniversityEFMD 4th June 2013Ossiannilsson (2012) Benchmarking(e)-learning in highereducation, Doctoral dissertation, OuluUniversity, Finland
  2. 2. Ebba Ossiannilsson, PhD Lund University, Sweden
  3. 3. Ossiannilsson (2012) Benchmarking (e)-learning inhigher education, Doctoral dissertation, OuluUniversity, Finland
  4. 4. The challenges and opportunities offered bythe MOOCsTRENDSOPPORTUNITIESBARRIERSAPPROACHESWHATSINITFORME?WHAT´S NEXTDIALOGUESome rights reserved by matsber
  5. 5. Who are the learners… today and thenext days to comeAlready todayabout 4 of tenlearners atUniversities areolder than 25years old5 of ten two years old childrenuse Internet daily…cc licensed ( BY NC SA ) flickr photo shared by courosa
  6. 6. With the learner in the driving seat oreach of us are our own conductorby Stephanie Lowman
  7. 7. What does it means for me?I am the onewho choose
  8. 8. Demography Globalisation TechnologyDriversLabour market trends & demandsLabour MarketICT TrendsPersonalisationCollaborationInformalisationTailormade & targetedActive & constructiveMotivating & engagingLearner-centredSociallearningLifewidelearningPeer-learningSharing & collaboratingIn communitiesAnywhere,anytimeBlending virtual &realCombiningsources/providersInitiative, resilienceResponsibilityRisk-taking, creativitySocialskillsLearningskillsPersonalskillsEducation &TrainingNew ways of learningNew skillsManaging, organisingMeta-cognitive skillsFailing forwardTeam-, networkingEmpathy, compassionCo-constructingSocial networks Games Mobiles OERAugmented Reality Data mining3D virtual worlds LMSElectronic tutorsePortfoliose-booksLearning analytics?? ??© European Commission, 20Source: IPTS (2011): „The Future of Learning: Preparing for Change“,http://ipts.jrc.ec.europa.eu/publications/pub.cfm?id=4719
  9. 9. E-Learning timelineMultimediaresources80sTheInternetandtheWeb93LearningManagementSystems95OpenEducationalResources01Mobiledevices98Gamingtechnologies00Socialandparticipatorymedia04Virtualworlds05E-booksandsmartdevicesMassiveOpenOnlineCourses07 08LearningDesign99http://scienceoftheinvisible.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/a-ramble-through-history-of-online.htmlLearningobjects94
  10. 10. UNESCO defined OER as material used to support educationthat may be freely accessed, reused, modified and shared byanyone (2011/07/14).The phenomenon of OER is an empowerment process, facilitated bytechnology in which various types of stakeholders are able to interact,collaborate, create, and use materials and pedagogic practices, that arefreely available, for enhancing access, reducing costs, and improving thequality of education and learning at all levels (Kanwar, Balasubramanian &Umar 2010).
  11. 11. Attitudes…OEROpen Educational ResourceOEPOpen Educational PracticeOECOpen Educational CultureOEIOpen Educational Ideas
  12. 12. OER UniversityWho we areThe Open EducationalResource (OER)university is a virtualcollaboration of like-minded institutionscommitted to creatingflexible pathways for OERlearners to gain formalacademic credit
  13. 13. Emergent themesShift from development to OERpracticesBroader notion of open practices –open learning, teaching and researchUse of social and participatory mediato foster OER communities
  14. 14. Cartographer
  15. 15. Metaphores on perspectives
  16. 16. New paradigm in old suits
  17. 17. Here, there andeverywhere24/7/365
  18. 18. Is Higher Ed Destined to Follow the Pathof the Music Industry?Photo of UC Berkeley’s Pimentel Hall by Daniel Parks
  19. 19. Education OurContentOurSupportOur StudentsFriesen & Murray, 2011
  20. 20. MOOC (Downes 2013)MassiveOpenOnlineCourse
  21. 21. Milestone 12004 MIT Open Courseware
  22. 22. Milestone 22008 Siemens och Downes, CA.Connectivism and Connected Knowledgepå Campus och 2 2000 online
  23. 23. Milestone 32011 S Thrun (Stanford) andP Norvig (Google), ArtificiellIntelligence.160 000 participants fromappr.190 countries. Udacityand Coursera started fromhere.
  24. 24. Milestone 42012 MIT and Harvard started edXlater even Berkely2012 Edinburgh connected toCoursera as the first Europeanuniversity2012 FutureLearn (OUUK+ appr.10 HEI in UK)2012 several stakeholders offeraccreditation of certificates fromMOOCs e.g. www.excelsior.edu
  25. 25. Milestone 52013 Copenhagen connected to tillCoursera as the first NordicUniversity2013 MOOCC och MOOPS2013 MOORC2013 MOC?2013 EC OpenEd2013 May, 15 more HE joined eDX2013 What´s next ...
  26. 26. MOOC development
  27. 27. Three main types of MOOC c, s and xfrom Lisa (http://lisahistory.net/)
  28. 28. Clark (2013)TransferMOOCsMadeMOOCsSynchMOOCsAsynchMOOCsAdaptiveMOOCsGroupMOOCsConnectivistMOOCsMiniMOOCs
  29. 29. MajorPlayersintheMOOCUniverseThedigitalCampus2013TheChronical30April2013
  30. 30. Free, Open Online Courses As A First Step Toward A DegreeAcademic Partnerships is collaborating with many of its 40 publicuniversity partners to launch the MOOC2Degree initiative which providesyou with free, open online courses that lead to academic credit as a firststep toward your degree.Free, Open Online Courses As A First Step Toward A Degree
  31. 31. MOOC…WHY?BrandingEntrepreneurshipCollaborate to competeGlobalizationPersonalizationRankingRecruitmentRepertoireSustainabilityWidening recruitment
  32. 32. Where are these students located?Coursera registered about 2.8 million learners 27.7%from the United States8.8% from India5.1% from Brazil4.4% from the United Kingdom4.0% from Spain3.6% from Canada2.3% from Australia2.2% from Russia41.9% from the rest of the worldWaldrop, M. Mitchell; Nature magazine (March 13, 013). "Massive Open Online Courses, akaMOOCs, Transform Higher Education and Science". Scientific American. Retrieved April 28, 2013.
  33. 33. Stephen Downes (2010)AutonomyDiversityOpenessInteractivity”One of the true innovations of MOOCis that it changes the reasons youmight start a course in the first place”(Downes 2013)
  34. 34. Dave Cormier (2013)Researcher/Activist/Community OrganizerHigher EducationInstitutionsGovernmentsVenture Capitalists
  35. 35. Grainne Conole (2013)OpenMassiveUse of multimediaDegree of communiactionDegree of collaborationLearning pathwayQuality assuranceAmount of reflectionsCertificationFormal learningAutonomyDiversity
  36. 36. BarriersTraditionsAttitudesMindsetNormsThreatPower guillaumepaumier.com, CC-BY
  37. 37. Rethinking and transformationFrom Sage on the stage…To Guide on theside…To Meddler in the middleThe question is NOTon how do we work with digiitalmedia in education,but rather how do we work withlearning in a digital world/communityFrom content to context
  38. 38. Driving forces for transformation…Branding /instant reputationDigitalizationTechnical innovationsInternationalizationCollaborate to competeGlobal branding, or instantrecognitionSocial innovationStrategic partnerships“Learn on the go”
  39. 39. On changing perspectivesLawOrganisationalPedagogicTechnicFinancialBusiness planAttitudes, Possibilities, Culture, Perspectives! cc hejemmisen.se/?cat=8
  40. 40. What it all meansThere can be no doubt that HE is the key to awell-qualified workforce. And a well-qualifiedworkforce makes for a stronger, productiveeconomy. But it all starts with access. Ifstudents are still forced to operate in ancienteducational model, how can they be expectedto participate successfully in the modernmarket and society.
  41. 41. Robust online course offerings are notthreatHarward, MIT, Stanford or other prestigue Universities arenot going anywhere. There are still millions of students whoneed and want that we think of as traditional education.….But millions more are not be in served by that style ofeducation – and the real threat is that they will never beable to improve thier skills or make their lifes better.
  42. 42. Will you go for MOOCs?WHY?WHO WILL YOU ATTRACT?SCENARIOS FOR RUSSIA?WHAT TO CONCIDER AND RETHINK?
  43. 43. Caring is sharing, sharing is caringFootprintsW:www.oulu.fi; www.lu.se/cedE:Ebba.Ossiannilsson@oulu.fiE:Ebba.Ossiannilsson@ced.lu.seFB:Ebba OssiannilssonT:@EbbaOssianPhone: +4670995448S:http://www.slideshare.net/EbbaOssiannOssiannilsson 2013

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