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Opening The Ivory Tower

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Opening The Ivory Tower: Global HIgher Ed Entails Opennes. Presentation for the Faculty Resource Network Symposium 2014: The Global Imperative of Higher Education.

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Opening The Ivory Tower

  1. 1. FRN Symposium 2014 Opening The Ivory Tower Global Higher Ed Entails Openness Antonio Vantaggiato Universidad del Sagrado Corazón www.zenofteaching.us
  2. 2. stemmed.sagrado.edu
  3. 3. zenofteaching.us
  4. 4. Global —> Open Let The Sunshine In —And Give students exposure Photo: Some rights reserved by Alice Popkorn (http://www.flickr.com/photos/alicepopkorn/)
  5. 5. Open Free exchange of ideas and educational production among students, faculty and the outside world. Photo: Some rights reserved by opensource.com (https://www.flickr.com/photos/opensourceway/)
  6. 6. Text Global? Really :-)
  7. 7. Open Ethos Open Ed Resources Open Journals Some Rights Reserved (cc) Open class? Photo: Some rights reserved by Brett Jordan (https://www.flickr.com/photos/x1brett/)
  8. 8. “The limits of my language are the limits of my world” -L. Wittgenstein
  9. 9. Learning... Learners should experience chaos & confusion Autonomy is key Learners in control of their learning Openness —George Siemens Photo: Some rights reserved by Patrik Tschudin (http://www.flickr.com/photos/patsch/)
  10. 10. Classroom Is The World… But, is the world allowed into the classroom? Don’t Lock Educational Production Within A Classroom’s Berlin Wall Photo: Some rights reserved by gavinandrewstewart (https://www.flickr.com/photos/gavinandrewstewart/)
  11. 11. Photo: Some rights reserved by pollenoid (https://www.flickr.com/photos/stuifmeel/)
  12. 12. Photo: Some rights reserved by Tom Hart (https://www.flickr.com/photos/thart2009/)
  13. 13. LMS Photo: Some rights reserved by Tim Ellis (https://www.flickr.com/photos/tim_ellis/)
  14. 14. “Let's shutter our ‘learning management systems’ and build ‘understanding augmentation networks’ instead, moving away from educational assembly lines toward intellectual ecosystems of interest and curiosity.” -Gardner Campbell
  15. 15. From NMC’s Horizon Project 10-year Anniversary Retreat, Austin, January 2012
  16. 16. Challenging?
  17. 17. Lecture c. 1350
  18. 18. “We should aim to recreate the environment that made the Internet itself spring into existence, in academic institutions.” —Dave Winer Scripting News, 31 May 2011; http://scripting.com/stories/2011/05/31/isThereAnEducationBubble.html
  19. 19. The WWW Is Open* * A t L e a s t F o r N o w
  20. 20. 30 April 1993: CERN puts Web in public domain
  21. 21. Content • Produced • Packaged • Distributed • Delivered Are we just delivering what some produced and some will consume??
  22. 22. The Dictatorship of Content Photo: Some rights reserved by Sean MacEntee (https://www.flickr.com/photos/smemon/)
  23. 23. Interview Your Job As A Teacher Wesch & Campbell, EDUCAUSE ELI 2012
  24. 24. Text Learning Worlds Are Open Ecologies
  25. 25. Harry Potter Wordwide Movement fanfiction.com / fanfiction.net Communities / Discussion forums / stories / podcasts Photo: Some rights reserved by John Pasden (https://www.flickr.com/photos/jpasden/)
  26. 26. John Seely Brown: “Are we prepared for students used to creating their own global collective, intertwined with a networked imagination? The Entrepreneurial Learner in the Network Age http://dmlcentral.net/sites/dmlcentral/files/resource_files/jsb_transcript_slides.pdf
  27. 27. Image: some rights reserved / cc Juan Pablo Olmo - Flickr World of Warcraft’s Knowledge Ecology Open Environment Crowdsourced Manuals, Tutorials, Help
  28. 28. What Now?
  29. 29. http://ds106.us
  30. 30. ds106rad.io/listen
  31. 31. MOOC “What we found was that in a MOOC, instead of the classroom being the center, it becomes just one node of the network of social interactions." -G. Siemens
  32. 32. Open portals inf103.com
  33. 33. Interview We have always underestimated the value of access to each other. -Clay Shirky
  34. 34. “Hell is a place where nothing connects to nothing” -T.S. Elliot
  35. 35. The end. antonio vantaggiato @avunque e-mail > avantaggiato@sagrado.edu visit Skate of the Web > blogs.netedu.info zenofteaching.us

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