Learning Technology Process Chart (June 2009) 2


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Learning Technology Process Chart (June 2009) 2

  1. 1. Re-engineering the learning process Online LCMS Total Recall University Socratic Method
  2. 2. The student is central to the learning process Learning process
  3. 3. Small-scale No division of labour Little systems or processes Education is a cottage industry
  4. 4. Traditional socratic method Learning process
  5. 5. Traditional Learning Space Classroom Library Traditional university classroom teaching supplemented by library resources Learning process Learning process
  6. 6. E-learning… finally a possibility? <ul><li>Affordable technology </li></ul><ul><li>Fast bandwidth </li></ul><ul><li>Students who are comfortable with technology </li></ul><ul><li>But education providers still face challenges… </li></ul><ul><li>Organisational cultural change </li></ul><ul><li>Intellectual property issues </li></ul><ul><li>Changing the business model </li></ul>
  7. 7. <ul><li>Willing to undergo cultural change </li></ul><ul><li>Willing to change our business model </li></ul><ul><li>Unafraid to talk about education as a process </li></ul><ul><li>Values the quality of teaching above everything else </li></ul><ul><li>Programmes that can benefit from economies of scale </li></ul><ul><li>Own our IP </li></ul>BPP is better placed than most to overcome the remaining challenges
  8. 8. ‘Total Recall’ Learning Space Classroom Library Home VLE Blended learning multimedia delivered in both classroom and online Learning process
  9. 9. LCMS Technology rich Learning Space Classroom Library Home VLE Education publisher (LCMS) Re-using content produced by subject matter experts Learning process
  10. 10. Technology rich Work Environment LCMS Technology rich Learning Space Classroom Library Home VLE Learning process
  11. 11. LCMS Future Learning Space? Home VLE The future? Pure online delivery
  12. 12. Specialist tutor writing and updating materials. Possibly not delivering teaching in the classrooms. Subject matter experts (SME) Orchestrating all of the content and technologies available to create a package of learning for a programme. Module leader Assisting tutors in the applying learning technologies in the design and delivery of learning content in all formats Learning technologists Recording and processing audio-video materials. Audio-video technicians All-purpose tutor. Subject knowledge. Classroom teaching. Lecturing. Writing and preparing materials. Tutor Constantly changing student expectations. Wants to learn in engaging and convenient ways. Student learning experience
  13. 13. Technology-rich work environment Home working Hot-desking Wireless network Laptops Remote access to intranet Desktop learning technology applications Access to multimedia sandbox Training & support Smart phones Integrated information systems Multimedia studio
  14. 14. Library resources (external publishers) E-book formats E-libraries Online library databases Open source content Digitisation projects Single sign-on authentication Digital copyright licensing License negotiations E-book readers Multimedia publications
  15. 15. Virtual learning environments Managed Learning Environments (MLEs) Personalised Learning Environments (PLEs) E-Portfolios Online assessment Reuseable learning objects Media streaming Collaborative learning Content Management Systems Licensing Service levels Building blocks Integration with Student Information System Single sign-on authentication
  16. 16. Technology-rich learning environments Access to multimedia studio applications Collaborative learning spaces Whiteboards Wireless networks Power and network supply Inspiring design Comfortable furniture Variety of learning spaces Photocopying Wireless printing Self service issuing Long opening hours Support Relaxed rules on drinks Security Super-converged services
  17. 17. Knowledge sharing environments Enterprise-wide Intranet Single sign-on “ Water-cooler” spaces Online video conference meetings Screencasting Rapid learning Governance Communications strategy Search Integration Remote access Cultural change Training
  18. 18. Classroom learning environments Whiteboards Wireless networks Security Video & Audio recording facilities Furniture layout Collaborative learning Projectors Lighting Power and network supply Comfortable furniture Support & training Video & audio playback
  19. 19. Remote learning environments Self service Online VLE Security Intuitive tools Student technology Collaborative learning Projectors Standard formats Integrated Managed Learning Environment (MLE) 24/7 Support Student expectations Download speeds