Excellent Instructor Lecture

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This was my lecture to my colleagues upon receipt of the 2011 Excellent Instructor award for the University of Michigan School of Information. It roughly parallels my "Sakai - Free as in Freedom" book - http://www.dr-chuck.com/sakai-book/ and describes my motivation for over 15 years of investment into teaching and learning for the purpose of ultimately empowering teachers and learners to have more control over their educational experience.

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  • Excellent Instructor Lecture

    1. 1. Enabling the Next Generation of Teaching and Learning Technology at Michigan Dr. Charles Severance Clinical Associate Professor University of Michigan School of Information www.dr-chuck.com http://www.slideshare.net/csev
    2. 2. Michigan Impact• 1999 - Founding Member of IMS Global Learning Consortium to develop stansards for interoperable learning management systems - Carl Berger• 2004 - Founded Sakai Open Source Learning Management System - #4 in the current marketplace - Joseph Hardin and James Hilton
    3. 3. An Important Lesson...• Students and Teachers literally do not care at all if their learning software is open source• They are limited by the software that is installed and upgraded by their local IT staff• IT organizations almost always fear innovation
    4. 4. Case Study: Amanda Severance • Senior in Special Education • Technology in the Classroom Curse • Eleven different accounts • Setup required technical support2:35
    5. 5. Case Study: Amanda Severance • Senior in Special Education • Technology in the Classroom Curse • Eleven different accounts • Setup required technical support2:35
    6. 6. Case Study: LMS Plugins LEARNING TOOL OR CONTENT
    7. 7. Case Study: LMS Plugins LEARNING TOOL OR CONTENT
    8. 8. Case Study: LMS Plugins LEARNING TOOL OR CONTENT
    9. 9. Case Study: LMS Plugins LEARNING TOOL OR CONTENT :(
    10. 10. A Bit of Personal History...
    11. 11. Internet: TCI Show 08http://www.vimeo.com/4275919 1:22 0:52
    12. 12. Sync-O-Matic www.syncomat.com1997
    13. 13. Title: Using Asynchronous, Web-based, Video to Humanize Distance Education1998
    14. 14. 1999 http://webcast.cern.ch/Projects/WebLectureArchive/kunz/
    15. 15. 2000 http://www-personal.umich.edu/~csev/csev/projects/cb2k/index.htm
    16. 16. 2001 http://bit.ly/gGQ1e7
    17. 17. 2003
    18. 18. 2003
    19. 19. 2004
    20. 20. Dr. Chuck Travel 2004-2006
    21. 21. Dr. Chuck - Up in the Air
    22. 22. Dr. Chuck - Up in the Air
    23. 23. Sakai: The Social Network
    24. 24. August 2006 -February 2007
    25. 25. August 2006 -February 2007
    26. 26. Blackboard Patent Pledge Blackboard hereby commits not to assert any of the U.S. patents listed below, as well as all counterparts of these patents issued in other countries, against the development, use or distribution of [any] Open Source Software or Home-Grown Systems to the extent that such Open Source Software and Home-Grown Systems are not Bundled with proprietary software.February 2007
    27. 27. Cat Herding2007-02 Ant Farm
    28. 28. 2007-05
    29. 29. Self-Service Exit InterviewBring enterprise-level open source LMS into the MarketCollect bright worldwide developer community and achievesufficient adoption for sustainabilityEnable the rapid creation of new tools 2007Create a "Learning Tool App Store"Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    30. 30. Self-Service Exit InterviewBring enterprise-level open source LMS into the MarketCollect bright worldwide developer community and achievesufficient adoption for sustainabilityEnable the rapid creation of new tools 2007Create a "Learning Tool App Store"Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    31. 31. Self-Service Exit InterviewBring enterprise-level open source LMS into the MarketCollect bright worldwide developer community and achievesufficient adoption for sustainabilityEnable the rapid creation of new tools 2007Create a "Learning Tool App Store"Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    32. 32. Self-Service Exit Interview Bring enterprise-level open source LMS into the Market Collect bright worldwide developer community and achieve sufficient adoption for sustainabilityX Enable the rapid creation of new tools 2007 Create a "Learning Tool App Store" Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    33. 33. Self-Service Exit Interview Bring enterprise-level open source LMS into the Market Collect bright worldwide developer community and achieve sufficient adoption for sustainabilityX Enable the rapid creation of new tools 2007X Create a "Learning Tool App Store" Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    34. 34. Self-Service Exit Interview Bring enterprise-level open source LMS into the Market Collect bright worldwide developer community and achieve sufficient adoption for sustainabilityX Enable the rapid creation of new tools 2007X Create a "Learning Tool App Store"X Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    35. 35. 2007-2008
    36. 36. Teach Relax Reflect Recharge2007-2008
    37. 37. Teach Relax Reflect Recharge2007-2008
    38. 38. 2007
    39. 39. Tools Commercial Interoperability Common Publishers Cartridge LMS Open Source Standards2008 www.imsglobal.org
    40. 40. 2008
    41. 41. Early Work on Standards • IMS Learning Tools Interoperability • Lots of convincing and cajoling (and beer) • Strategic chess game • Sakai, Blackboard, Moodle, ...2009 http://www.vimeo.com/7825070 1:48
    42. 42. 2010
    43. 43. 2010
    44. 44. Joseph Berkovitz<info@noteflight.com> www.noteflight.comLTI
    45. 45. Joseph Berkovitz<info@noteflight.com> www.noteflight.comLTI
    46. 46. Joseph Berkovitz <info@noteflight.com> www.noteflight.com3:44 http://videos.noteflight.com/MoodleBasicLTI.mov
    47. 47. 20041995 2008 2011 1997
    48. 48. Enagaging open source, creatingstandards, engaging propretary vendors,evangelizing ideas, doing demos, building"plumbing", all are important activities...
    49. 49. Enagaging open source, creatingstandards, engaging propretary vendors,evangelizing ideas, doing demos, building"plumbing", all are important activities... my long-term goal is to empowerteachers and learners as to how theyselect, use and expand, technology to help themselves teach and learn...
    50. 50. App Store for Learning Applications
    51. 51. Thank You Dr. Charles SeveranceUniversity of Michigan School of Information www.dr-chuck.com @drchuck

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