"Learning design in an open and connected world" (Simon Walker, University of Greenwich)

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"Learning design in an open and connected world" (Simon Walker, University of Greenwich)

  1. 1. ! Learning design in an open and connected world! ! Simon Walker. University of Greenwich!
  2. 2. The  most  important  pillar  behind   innova2on  and  opportunity  –  educa2on  -­‐   will  see  tremendous  posi2ve  change  in   the  coming  decades  as  rising  connec2vity   reshapes  tradi2onal  rou2nes  and  offers   new  paths  for  learning   Eric  Schmidt,  (Chairman  of  Google)  2013:21.  The  New  Digital  Age.  
  3. 3. Team%based%learning.%Nanyang%University%
  4. 4. University of Sydney Philosophy department 2011
  5. 5. Trends (as of 2013) 10  innova)ons  most  likely  to   impact  on  higher  educa)on   ! ! • Massive  open  online  courses   (MOOCs)   • Badges  to  accredit  learning   • Learning  analyLcs   • Seamless  learning   • Crowd  learning   • Digital  scholarship   • Geo-­‐learning   • Learning  from  gaming   • Maker  culture   • CiLzen  inquiry   ! ! h"p://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/innova5ng/6
  6. 6. http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2014-nmc-horizon- report-he-EN.pdf Fast moving trends (those likely to create substantive change (or burn out) in one to two years)! ! • Online, hybrid, and collaborative learning • Social media use in learning ! ! Urgent challenges! • Low digital fluency of faculty • Relative lack of rewards for teaching
  7. 7. Would university guidelines or policy on OERs make you feel more confident in using and creating them? Overall 8 25 18 23 It would make no difference I would feel slightly more confident I would feel much more confident No answer given FACH 4 11 10 11 FoB 2 6 4 7 FEH 1 4 4 4 FES 1 2 1 Published by Greenwich Connect under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence
  8. 8. How well do you understand 
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  9. 9. What do students want and need from their digital environment?
  10. 10. Students'  expectaLons  and  experiences  of  the  digital  environment   (headlines)     Helen  Beetham  and  David  White,  Jisc  October  2013   ! • Robust  and  ubiquitous  wifi  across  campus  locaLons   • The  capacity  easily  to  connect  their  own  devices  to  the  university  network   and  to  have  (e.g.  helpdesk)  support  in  using  their  own  devices  and  services   on  campus   • access  to  a  range  of  learning  spaces  with  robust  wifi,  storage  faciliLes,  desk   space,  power  sockets   • consistent  use  of  the  VLE  for  course  administraLon  and  course  content   • teaching  staff  with  the  ICT  skills  to  operate  effecLvely  in  a  digital   environment   • access  to  insLtuLonal  devices  alongside  their  own,  especially  desktop   computers  and  printers   • a  university  web  site  with  reliable  and  detailed  informaLon  about  their   (prospecLve)  course  of  study   • explicit  instrucLon  in  using  insLtuLonal  systems  (library  catalogue,  VLE,   assessment  system)  and  specialist  technologies  required  for  their  course  
  11. 11. Critical Digital! Literacy Analysing Deconstructing Selecting Interrogating M aking M eaning Reading Relating Expressing Decoding Navigation Conventions Operations Stylistics Modalities Using Finding Applying Problem solving Creating Persona Identity building Participation Reputation management Hinrichsen and Coombs 2013. University of Greenwich https://sites.google.com/site/dlinheresources/home https://sites.google.com/site/dlinheresources/home
  12. 12. The student journey…..
  13. 13. Programme Design
  14. 14. Walker, S & Kerrigan, M (2014) Learning Design in the New Digital Age. Unpublished
  15. 15. Hvala,谢谢, Asanti, Dík, Tack, Danke, Merci, Tak, Kiitoksia, köszönet, Grazie, Dank, Takk, Dzięki, Obrigado, naa goodee……thank you for listening and participating. ! ! s.walker@gre.ac.uk   ! ! sialker   ! ! simonwalker   ! ! hugh  snook  

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