Education Innovation…..

OER Theater
Open Courseware Consortium Global Meeting
Hanoi, Vietnam
May 6th, 2010

Stephan K. Th...
creativity & exploration
Open Courseware Consortium

         A catalytic Movement




Access to Affordable Education
    Teachers and Students


 ...
Global Overview of Need and Impact UN based




                         Life Expectancy
                         GDP
    ...
Find a Common Language




                         © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
Our engagement opportunities




                               © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
User Centric Learning, Knowledge and Teaching

“traditional”     “traditional”               “traditional”             New...
User Centric Learning, Knowledge and Teaching

“traditional”     “traditional”               “traditional”             New...
CONTENT                          COMMUNITY


           Improve the quality
              of teaching &
          student ...
four levels of innovation




   business model innovation

   product & service innovation

   process innovation

   tec...
Operating Margin Growth in Excess of Competitive Peers

                 Compound annual growth rate over five years




[...
?


    © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
OER Conceptional Map




                       © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
“Open – ness”
DEGREES OF OPENNESS
The concept of ‘degrees of openness’
openness of societies (Breen)


SOCIAL OPENNESS
The...
How open are we ?




                    © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
The license implications and new models




                                          © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
?


    © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
US $100 Mill. +
 available, free Content


                    © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
The Script of the Play


“There is a lot of online material being developed, but it isn’t
organized in a way where it is e...
Are we ready for the Quality Challenge ?
The “Adoption Clock” in Internet Time


                                         ...
Facing the Gutenberg Innovation Syndrome –
                                  Again and again….
1490
“Dear Gutenberg, wonde...
Let us be a lot more disruptive!!!




                                 © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
A business model overview

INFRASTRUCTURE                          OFFER                                    CUSTOMER
     ...
Universitas 21




                 © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
Looking at some of the Action


                   OER in Cancer
                   OER in Health




                    ...
American University of the Caribbean, St Maarten
                  Ben Gurion University, Israel
                  BMJ, UK...
I-Tunes University




                     © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
Yale Open Courses




                    © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
OER Commons




              © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
Curriki




          © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
Common Actors


 •   Institutions
 •   For profit organizations
 •   Non profit organizations
 •   Individuals
 •   Govern...
OCW Funding


Grants
Fundraising
Additional Support by U or College
Rev Gen Initiatives
Shrink Effort of OCW
Looking...
?


    © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
India as an Example –
                 Metrics of the Enablement

22,500 plus colleges - Tier 2 and 3 colleges
471 Degree ...
Community Focused Efforts
                                                         Collaboration

Content Management/Searc...
Final Thoughts…..

                     Education IS the
   single largest socio-economic driver
   of personal developmen...
Thank you!




Questions and Answers?



                         © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
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    1. 1. Education Innovation….. OER Theater Open Courseware Consortium Global Meeting Hanoi, Vietnam May 6th, 2010 Stephan K. Thieringer, President & CEO © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    2. 2. creativity & exploration
    3. 3. Open Courseware Consortium A catalytic Movement Access to Affordable Education Teachers and Students © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    4. 4. Global Overview of Need and Impact UN based Life Expectancy GDP GER Adult Literacy Education index © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    5. 5. Find a Common Language © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    6. 6. Our engagement opportunities © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    7. 7. User Centric Learning, Knowledge and Teaching “traditional” “traditional” “traditional” New Educational & Technology Pedagogy Content Teaching Models Media Based Personalization Knowledge Technology Repositories Skills & NEW Competencies Teaching and Knowledge Based Content Learning Services Management Human Factors Personalization Inclusion Individualisation Skills New Generation management Learning Pedagogy Content Production ePortfolio Processes Personal Management Development Plans © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    8. 8. User Centric Learning, Knowledge and Teaching “traditional” “traditional” “traditional” New Educational & Technology Pedagogy Content Teaching Models Media Based Personalization Knowledge Technology Repositories Skills & NEW Competencies Teaching and Knowledge Based Management Content Learning Services Human Factors Personalization Inclusion Individualisation Skills New Generation management Learning Pedagogy Content Production ePortfolio Processes Personal Management Development Plans © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    9. 9. CONTENT COMMUNITY Improve the quality of teaching & student performance TOOLS © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    10. 10. four levels of innovation business model innovation product & service innovation process innovation technology innovation
    11. 11. Operating Margin Growth in Excess of Competitive Peers Compound annual growth rate over five years [Source: IBM, CEOs are expanding the innovation horizon: important implications for CIOs] © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    12. 12. ? © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    13. 13. OER Conceptional Map © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    14. 14. “Open – ness” DEGREES OF OPENNESS The concept of ‘degrees of openness’ openness of societies (Breen) SOCIAL OPENNESS The fundamental attribute of openness is the willingness to make materials available beyond the confines of the classroom by lecturers, students and university management. Even if the technological infrastructure exits to allow materials to be a button-click away, unless lecturers are willing to share their materials or pedagogy, the technological affordance will remain unrealized. The participation in the MIT OCW initiative was planned as a voluntary, ‘faculty centric’ initiative and involved faculty as early as possible on the program advisory board. More importantly, with the emergence of Web 2.0 tools such as wikis, blogs and virtual communities, the differentiation between lecturers as producers of content and students as consumers of content has started to blur and has shifted attention from access to information only towards access to other people based on skill and competency. © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    15. 15. How open are we ? © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    16. 16. The license implications and new models © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    17. 17. ? © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    18. 18. US $100 Mill. + available, free Content © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    19. 19. The Script of the Play “There is a lot of online material being developed, but it isn’t organized in a way where it is easy to find the best material that fits what you want to do……” “Over time I think a large community of contributors and reviewers will develop and allow the online material to be easy to access and a crucial resource for all types of education.” Bill Gates, February 2010 © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    20. 20. Are we ready for the Quality Challenge ? The “Adoption Clock” in Internet Time The Technology Adoption Clock Pool Paradox, 1983 • 9:30:00 PM : Spoken language (100K years AC) • 11:52:00 PM: Writing • 11:59:49 PM: Analog Recording & Mass Distribution (1830 roto print, since 1920 film,radio,tv) • 11:59:58 PM: Computers & digital communication • 11:59:59 PM : Internet & interactive digital communication • 00:00:00 PM : The next big thing – • Ubiquitous, Distributed & Interoperating Networks of distributed Learning Services © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    21. 21. Facing the Gutenberg Innovation Syndrome – Again and again…. 1490 “Dear Gutenberg, wonderful but ….what else can we do with it apart printing the Bible?” 1895 “Dear Marconi, good thing your invention managed to transmit letters over the air……but ………what’s the use of it???”…. 1980 “Why should people use mobile phones if we have a phone box at every corner?!?” 1990 “Why on earth should we use emails if we can fax all on papers?**!?” 2000 “Why should students use SMS messaging if they can talk to each other by phone?!!!!*?” 21 © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    22. 22. Let us be a lot more disruptive!!! © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    23. 23. A business model overview INFRASTRUCTURE OFFER CUSTOMER PARTNER CUSTOMER NETWORK RELATIONSHIP CORE VALUE TARGET CAPABILITIES PROPOSITION CUSTOMER VALUE DISTRIBUTION CONFIGURATION CHANNEL COST FINANCE REVENUE STRUCTURE STREAMS A business model describes the value an organization offers to various consumers and portrays the capabilities and partners required for creating, marketing, and delivering this value! © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    24. 24. Universitas 21 © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    25. 25. Looking at some of the Action OER in Cancer OER in Health © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    26. 26. American University of the Caribbean, St Maarten Ben Gurion University, Israel BMJ, UK A Medical Model Brown University, USA China Medical Board, USA & China FAIMER, USA Hull York Medical School, UK The Guy’s, King’s College and St Thomas’ Hospitals’ Medical School, UK International Medical University, Malaysia James Cook University, Australia London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK IVIMEDS Catalan Group, Spain National Board of Medical Examiners, USA National University of Singapore, Singapore NHS Education for Scotland, UK Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, Ireland Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland University of Aberdeen, UK University of Birmingham, UK University of Dundee, UK University of Durham, UK University of Edinburgh, UK University of Florida, USA University of Glasgow, UK University of Hong Kong, China University of Lisbon, Portugal University of Miami, USA University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK University of Nottingham, UK University of Queensland, Australia University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia University of Southampton, UK University of St Andrews, UK Wake Forest University, USA West Virginia University, USA © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    27. 27. I-Tunes University © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    28. 28. Yale Open Courses © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    29. 29. OER Commons © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    30. 30. Curriki © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    31. 31. Common Actors • Institutions • For profit organizations • Non profit organizations • Individuals • Governments • Global Organizations © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    32. 32. OCW Funding Grants Fundraising Additional Support by U or College Rev Gen Initiatives Shrink Effort of OCW Looking like a business © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    33. 33. ? © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    34. 34. India as an Example – Metrics of the Enablement 22,500 plus colleges - Tier 2 and 3 colleges 471 Degree Granting Universities Change the consumer perspective $50 bill. Global Education market 230 mill. students in India 200 plus Universities globally engaged in Open Educational Resources Private Education trusts are predominant factor in emerging countries Brand and Revenue is an objective © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    35. 35. Community Focused Efforts Collaboration Content Management/Search/Retrieval/ Contribution UNIFIED VISION & ACCESS to Information and Knowledge Communications 35 © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    36. 36. Final Thoughts….. Education IS the single largest socio-economic driver of personal development in any country and the way to allow people, through their own motivation, to better their Quality of Life. We need to continue to enable people and nations to take control of their futures! © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education
    37. 37. Thank you! Questions and Answers? © 2009-10 AcrossWorld Education

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