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Next Generation Digital Learning Environments (NGDLE)

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Presentation with UBC & UFV at 2017 BCNET conference on NGDLE and changing role of LMS

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Next Generation Digital Learning Environments (NGDLE)

  1. 1. Conference 2017 Next Generation Digital Learning Environments (NGDLE) From Monolithic to Disaggregation Marianne Schroeder Associate Director, Teaching & Learning Technologies, University of British Columbia Maureen Wideman Director of Teaching & Learning, University of the Fraser Valley Clint Lalonde Manager, Education Technology, BCcampus
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  8. 8. Conference 2017 8 https://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli3035.pdf “What is clear is that the LMS has been highly successful in enabling the administration of learning but less so in enabling learning itself. “
  9. 9. Conference 2017 9 NGDLE is the idea that the next generation of learning tools isn’t the single monolithic LMS, but rather a series of applications connected together using different sets of emerging and established learning tool standards.
  10. 10. Conference 2017 NGDLE Core Functionality 10 NGDLE Interoperability and Integration Personalization Analytics, Advising, and Learning Assessment Collaboration Accessibility and Universal Design
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  14. 14. Conference 2017 14 • Are you noticing this shift at your institution? If so, how does it manifest itself? • How does this view of the LMS match the wider technology landscape? • How do you support faculty requests for greater pedagogical flexibility? • Is your current LMS meeting your needs? Will it meet your future needs? • What challenges and opportunities do you see with this view of learning technologies?
  15. 15. Conference 2017 Next Generation Digital Learning Environments (NGDLE) From Monolithic to Disaggregation Marianne Schroeder Associate Director, Teaching & Learning Technologies, University of British Columbia Maureen Wideman Director of Teaching & Learning, University of the Fraser Valley Clint Lalonde Manager, Education Technology, BCcampus Thank you

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