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CFITH icto symposium 23 okt

  1. 1. Centre for Innovation The Hague Learning Innovation ICTO Symposium 2012Copyright © 2012 Universiteit Leiden All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Assignment•  Take a piece of paper•  Quickly draw a fish 1•  Draw another fish, but then a different one other than the one before. 2 3•  Draw your last fish, but a different one than the one you made before.
  3. 3. The result: your first fish..
  4. 4. Does this mean that no one is creative?>  NO! This means that we are pre-programmed in our thinking paterns>  When we realize this we can start braking these paterns>  Thinking through gets us the most creative resuls, so quantity= quality!
  5. 5. Centre for Innovation The Hague“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when wecreated them” Albert Einstein RESEARCH LEARNING INNOVATION INNOVATION ENTREPRENEURSHIP Support and co-create Provide the space and Offer an entrepreneurial innovation from expertise to experiment learning and discovery academic research using with new educational experience. a technology driven approaches and approach. technology. We challenge and push the boundaries of interdisciplinary research and development, to tackle contemporary issues faced by public and private sector.Copyright © 2012 Universiteit Leiden All Rights Reserved.
  6. 6. Key ICT themes social scientists should be aware ofCopyright © 2012 Universiteit Leiden All Rights Reserved.
  7. 7. A quick view of some of the projects Education CDH Scenario’s 2030 Entrepreneurship academy VRE’s CDH Buienradar – Text Mining Learning Leadership Political Attention Visualisation IEEE Responsible Innovation Conference 2013 CDH APP Modeling and Simulation Group Law MOOC CTC Crisis Simulation governancequarterly CTC-COT collaboration / NITIMCopyright © 2012 Universiteit Leiden All Rights Reserved.
  8. 8. Source: The National Library of France (BnF) credited to Villemard.
  9. 9. Why Learning Innovation?Weak influence of research findings on academic educationalpractice caused by: •  the low status of educational research, hampered by a lack of strict methodological rigor, frameworks and norms of research, and •  the fact that the produced knowledge is not applied in the field, as universities do not emphasize on educational research (Tierney and Holley, 2008)Socio economic: Push to do more with less; No time and money toinvest in betterInternal: Low priority given to teaching/learning (research moreimportant)The ChallengeDevelop effective and new ways of learning while maintainingflexibility to shift and change with the curve and staying ahead.
  10. 10. Stay Ahead of The curveWhat will our future look like?
  11. 11. From Scenarios to RoadmapIdeation/Staying Ahead Experiments and Lessons Learned of the Curve Projects Next steps Learning Analytics Project 1: MOOC Intelligence Europees Recht Gathering Automated Testing Project 2: Flip theEducation ClassroomScenario’s 2030 BSK Online Lectures 2.0Technology Project 3: The Link to researchVision Hague Experience Develop 2013-2014 Partnerships Unexpected outcomes
  12. 12. Experiment 1: Mooc EU lawSome facts:-  We are the first in NL-  This course will be free-  The amount of students is unlimited-  Students receive a certificateWhy do we do this?-  Gather knowledge-  Explore potential-  Deploy locally-  Stay ahead of the curveHow does it work?
  13. 13. Experiment 2: Flip itChallengeRecognize the right time to move from one level oflearning to another, and at the same time have theability to do so effectively and efficiently.
  14. 14. Next Steps •  Further experiment with technology themes in relation to learning •  Explore link research and education •  Enable this space for experiments and inspiration in new way of learningCopyright © 2012 Universiteit Leiden All Rights Reserved.
  15. 15. Q&A