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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

Editor's Notes

  • BCNET Learning Management Systems Working Group –> Learning Technologies Community of Practice
    Changing nature of the LMS
    NGDLE – mean anything?
    Administer LMS? Use LMS? Support people who use LMS? Sell LMS?
  • In the beginning, we had LMS. Handy tool to get content online. Maybe had forums and a dropbox. Circa 1997
  • Circa 2007 – wiki’s, blogs,
  • LMS 2017 – everything.
  • How do you make room for faculty who want pears?
  • LMS 2017
  • Framing this discussion today around NGDLE
    Paper came out in 2015 after year research (funded by Gates Foundation)
    ‘consultations with more than 70 community thought leaders’.
    Tools such as the grade book and mechanisms for distributing materials such as the syllabus are invaluable for the management of a course, but these resources contribute, at best, only indirectly to learning success.

  • Won’t abuse Lego metaphor
  • More than….
    Interoperability and Integration - linchpin of the NGDLE. The ability to integrate tools and exchange content and learning data enables everything else. Relies on data standards (LTI, Caliper, Common Cartridge, QTI)
    Personalization – not just at student level, but also department, program institutional level – signature pedagogies – make room for some bananas
    Analytics, Advising, and Learning Assessment – Learning analytics & Integrated planning & advising systems
    Collaboration - The NGDLE must support collaboration at multiple levels and make it easy to move between private and public digital spaces. Pedagogocial stance – collaboration is fundamental to many forms of learning. Break down the walled garden & allow for public space pedagogies
    Accessibility and Universal Design – Built into NGDLE systems from the start, not as an afterthought
  • Increase pedagogical options
  • Help faculty make smart decisions
  • Idea not new. 2006 (LMS had turned 10)
  • Learning Management Systems Working Group
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