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The Future of Tertiary Education
in the Digital Era
Jamil Salmi
OECD / Laureate Conference – 8 December 2016
the future
of tertiary education?
a world of science fiction?
 social and economic progress is achieved principally
through the advancement and application...
what new opportunities do these
disruptive elements offer?
outline of the presentation...
• knowledge for innovation
• innovation in tertiary education
explaining the difference between
poverty and wealth
© K4D program
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
1960 1965 1970 1975 1...
South Korea and Brazil
79.5
41.1
17.7
13
17.8
49.8
52
46.8
2.6
9.1
30.2
40.1
0 20 40 60 80 100
1960
1980
2000
2010
91.1
86...
exception
evolution of Nokia sales
Singapore in 2016
contribution of NUS
• Institute of Solar Energy Institute
• 3.5 billion dollar sector
• Asian Logistics Institute
• 166 bi...
acceleration of speed of
creation of new knowledge
344 700 3,100 13,450 58,900
258,300
1,132,300
1,800,000
2,500,000
0
500000
1000000
1500000
2000000
2500000
3000000
1726 17...
the future of jobs
(labor markets in the digital era)
 jobs that disappear (700 professions)
 new jobs
 jobs that are u...
10 jobs that did not exist ten years
ago
 App developer
 social media manager
 Uber driver
 driver-less car engineer
...
outline of the presentation...
• knowledge for innovation
• innovation in tertiary education
main dimensions of innovation
 equality of opportunities
 quality and relevance
 financing
 governance
equality of opportunities
 open access
 community colleges etc.
 affirmative action
 outreach and bridge programs
 on...
the Credit Bank of Korea
 open educational system
 recognition of learning acquired in-school and
out-of-school
 degree...
graduation ceremony at the
Korean Credit Bank
crowdfunding
 Tuition Heroes
 PelotonU
 One Day Experience
 ALEX – Anyone’s Learning Experience
 Brighter Investment
...
quality and relevance
 new skills and competencies (curriculum)
 new pedagogy (learning and teaching approach)
 open sc...
generic complex competencies
 information analysis, critical thinking & problem
solving
 global contextual analysis
 cr...
character qualities
 curiosity (motivation)
 initiative (entrepreneurial thinking)
 persistence / grit
 adaptability
...
meet my son Karim…
new pedagogical approaches
 focus on learning tailored to needs of
individuals rather than teaching
 new and varied moda...
MODES OF TEACHING AND LEARNING
• HANDS-ON PROJECT-BASED LEARNING
• LABORATORY-BASED EXPERIENCES
• SEMINAR-DISCUSSION
• INT...
when you want…
where you want…
technology enhanced
active learning
designing learning and
teaching spaces
designing learning and
teaching spaces
Learning Café, NUS
Learning Studio
today’s university
postgraduate
studies
first degree
university of the future?
Continuing Professional
Development
Career Change
Studies
Graduate Studies
Undergraduate Studies...
open science
 collaborative research
 shared facilities and capabilities
 large facilities (CERN, International Thermon...
Foldit experiment
financing
 i-library and e-labs
 open educational resources
 flexbooks
 open access journals
governance: increased transparency
 rankings
 student engagement surveys
 integrity assessment
Coalition for Clean Universities
 14 coalition members from civil society, including
students and professors associations...
success conditions
 viable business model
 recognition of qualifications by educational
institutions and labor market
 ...
learning is not a spectator sport
competing in the learning
society...
competing in the learning
society...
competing in the learning
society...
competing in the learning
society...
rule of the strongest
rule of
the most patient
what is your vision?
open your own path …
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi
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This presentation was given by Jamil Salmi at the international seminar “Opening higher education: what the future might bring” 8-9 december 2016, in Berlin, Germany, jointly organised by OECD Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI) and Laureate International Universities (LIU).

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The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era by Jamil Salmi

  1. 1. The Future of Tertiary Education in the Digital Era Jamil Salmi OECD / Laureate Conference – 8 December 2016
  2. 2. the future of tertiary education?
  3. 3. a world of science fiction?  social and economic progress is achieved principally through the advancement and application of knowledge World Development Report 1998/99
  4. 4. what new opportunities do these disruptive elements offer?
  5. 5. outline of the presentation... • knowledge for innovation • innovation in tertiary education
  6. 6. explaining the difference between poverty and wealth © K4D program 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 RealGDPpercapita(2000US$) South Korea Brazil Difference in output due to growth in labor and capital in Korea Difference in output due to TFP growth or knowledge accumulation in Korea
  7. 7. South Korea and Brazil 79.5 41.1 17.7 13 17.8 49.8 52 46.8 2.6 9.1 30.2 40.1 0 20 40 60 80 100 1960 1980 2000 2010 91.1 86.4 60.7 48 7.6 9.3 32.6 44.4 1.2 4.3 6.5 7.4 0 20 40 60 80 100 1960 1980 2000 2010 tertiary secondary primary
  8. 8. exception
  9. 9. evolution of Nokia sales
  10. 10. Singapore in 2016
  11. 11. contribution of NUS • Institute of Solar Energy Institute • 3.5 billion dollar sector • Asian Logistics Institute • 166 billion dollar sector
  12. 12. acceleration of speed of creation of new knowledge
  13. 13. 344 700 3,100 13,450 58,900 258,300 1,132,300 1,800,000 2,500,000 0 500000 1000000 1500000 2000000 2500000 3000000 1726 1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 2010 2016 number of scientific articles
  14. 14. the future of jobs (labor markets in the digital era)  jobs that disappear (700 professions)  new jobs  jobs that are undergoing transformation (47%)
  15. 15. 10 jobs that did not exist ten years ago  App developer  social media manager  Uber driver  driver-less car engineer  cloud computing specialist  big data analyst/scientist  sustainability manager  YouTube content creator  drone operator  Millenial generational expert
  16. 16. outline of the presentation... • knowledge for innovation • innovation in tertiary education
  17. 17. main dimensions of innovation  equality of opportunities  quality and relevance  financing  governance
  18. 18. equality of opportunities  open access  community colleges etc.  affirmative action  outreach and bridge programs  online education, incl. MOOCS  recognition of all forms of learning  big data for retention and completion
  19. 19. the Credit Bank of Korea  open educational system  recognition of learning acquired in-school and out-of-school  degree granting  fully recognized degrees
  20. 20. graduation ceremony at the Korean Credit Bank
  21. 21. crowdfunding  Tuition Heroes  PelotonU  One Day Experience  ALEX – Anyone’s Learning Experience  Brighter Investment  1Gen2Fund
  22. 22. quality and relevance  new skills and competencies (curriculum)  new pedagogy (learning and teaching approach)  open science
  23. 23. generic complex competencies  information analysis, critical thinking & problem solving  global contextual analysis  creativity  teamwork / collaboration  communication
  24. 24. character qualities  curiosity (motivation)  initiative (entrepreneurial thinking)  persistence / grit  adaptability  leadership  ethical awareness & reasoning (social, cultural & environmental dimensions)
  25. 25. meet my son Karim…
  26. 26. new pedagogical approaches  focus on learning tailored to needs of individuals rather than teaching  new and varied modalities for learning: active, interactive, collaborative & experiential learning  learning from faculty  learning on your own  learning from your peers
  27. 27. MODES OF TEACHING AND LEARNING • HANDS-ON PROJECT-BASED LEARNING • LABORATORY-BASED EXPERIENCES • SEMINAR-DISCUSSION • INTERACTIVE LECTURE • STUDENT-BASED INDEPENDENT LEARNING • TEAM-BASED INDEPENDENT LEARNING • INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM MENTORSHIP BY FACULTY AT OLIN, WE TEACH, AND STUDENTS LEARN, IN A VARIETY OF MODES
  28. 28. when you want…
  29. 29. where you want…
  30. 30. technology enhanced active learning
  31. 31. designing learning and teaching spaces
  32. 32. designing learning and teaching spaces
  33. 33. Learning Café, NUS
  34. 34. Learning Studio
  35. 35. today’s university postgraduate studies first degree
  36. 36. university of the future? Continuing Professional Development Career Change Studies Graduate Studies Undergraduate Studies On-campus On-line Citizenship & Life Skills Hybrid Itinerant Multiple
  37. 37. open science  collaborative research  shared facilities and capabilities  large facilities (CERN, International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor)  shared labs  virtual labs  citizen science
  38. 38. Foldit experiment
  39. 39. financing  i-library and e-labs  open educational resources  flexbooks  open access journals
  40. 40. governance: increased transparency  rankings  student engagement surveys  integrity assessment
  41. 41. Coalition for Clean Universities  14 coalition members from civil society, including students and professors associations  aim: monitor and rank 42 public universities vis-à-vis integrity and transparency standards  using “freedom of information” Act  “naming and shaming” strategy, and publicize good practices
  42. 42. success conditions  viable business model  recognition of qualifications by educational institutions and labor market  genuine innovation
  43. 43. learning is not a spectator sport
  44. 44. competing in the learning society...
  45. 45. competing in the learning society...
  46. 46. competing in the learning society...
  47. 47. competing in the learning society...
  48. 48. rule of the strongest
  49. 49. rule of the most patient
  50. 50. what is your vision?
  51. 51. open your own path …

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