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  • CEO, EduKan
    Grew up in WV
    Educated in Virginia
    Now live in Kansas
    Ride motorcycles (in the dirt)
    Play drums for a bagpipe band
    Learning Spanish
  • Founded in 1998
    Designed to deliver online education for member colleges
    Six Community Colleges in western Kansas
    Growth, then flat enrollments and revenue
    Looking for viability
  • Solid staff & experienced staff
    Little enrollment activity
    Single focus – provide online education
    Recent move off of a member’s campus
    Board interested in a change
    Major drop issue
    Solid academic processes
    Strong assessment
  • New Associate Members
    Partnership with Rosetta Stone
    Project Aristotle
    Spanish Gen. Ed. Transition Program
    New blogs
    New curriculum development approach
    Creating a culture of innovation (and failures)
  • Simulated emersion
    Feedback loop
    Mastery based
    No set up needed – web based
    Relatively inexpensive

  • Quick, ingenious, stimulating, alert, and outspoken.
    Resourceful in solving new and challenging problems.
    Adept at generating conceptual possibilities and then analyzing them strategically.
    Good at reading other people.
    Bored by routine, will seldom do the same thing the same way, apt to turn one new interest after another.
  • Quiet, friendly, responsible, and conscientious.
    Committed and steady in meeting their obligations.
    Thorough, painstaking, and accurate.
    Loyal, considerate, notice and remember specifics about people are important to them, concerned with how others feel.
    Strive to create an orderly and harmonious environment at work and at home.
  • What is the difference
    Creative = Intrinsic
    Innovative = Extrinsic
    Innovation is the practical application of creativity.
    Art example
  • If you are innovative – use the tool wisely grasshopper
    Go where you are appreciated
    Be prepared to be misunderstood
    Let your passion drive you
    Be prepared to fail
    Be prepared to deal with……
  • It’s OK, not everyone can be… or should be – We need the Nurturers and Analysts
    Sit back and observe… Never say “Can’t”
    Celebrate success
    No “I told you so” when the fail.. They will
    Enjoy and encourage their enthusiasm
    Just because you can’t see the vision, I does not mean it does not exist or will work.
  • Identify the need
    Identify the tolerance – Must be external evaluation
    Identify the resources
    Start small– pick a department or project where innovation is needed and will be appreciated
    Measure, evaluate and modify as you proceed.
  • 2010 Sarver pk

    1. 1. + Teaching an Old Dog New Tweets Using innovation to transform your organization
    2. 2. + Mark E. Sarver, PhD
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    5. 5. + EduKan Innovations
    6. 6. +
    7. 7. +
    8. 8. + Project Aristotle
    9. 9. + Why need to go textbook free  EduKan provides access to quality higher education through degrees, certificates, individual courses, support services and emerging market-driven programming. We are accessible, convenient and affordable.  Average cost of a text book $157.56 ($18.29 - $307.90)  Spring 2010 1,338 students spent $233,082  10 most popular classes  60% of total textbook costs  Average cost of $224.20
    10. 10. + How about eBooks
    11. 11. + Why Rosetta Stone
    12. 12. + The Results Summer 1 2010 Summer 1 2009 Reading 92% 93% Vacab 93% 84% Verb 48% 68%
    13. 13. + Am I Innovative… Oh crap!
    14. 14. + I’m Not Innovative… Oh crap! ISFJ - Nurturer
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    16. 16. + What if I am Innovative
    17. 17. + Ok, so I’m not so Innovative
    18. 18. + Everybody Wants Innovation
    19. 19. + How Do We Start at Our Institution
    20. 20. + Reward Failure

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