Technology-Innovation-Pedagogy-Support The TIPS model in eLearning at Wits Prof Derek W. Keats Deputy Vice Chancellor (Kno...
A DVC-led portfolio created to ensure that Wits is a world-class institution with respect to its approach to knowledge and...
What does it mean for eLearning? Ordinary : follow what  other institutions do Good : Follow what  other institutions  do,...
The cutting edge Mature but  relatively  new  technology We help  to lead  technology  trends We  create  and use new tech...
He's crazy!
 
TIPS Technology -Innovation- Pedagogy - Support Pedagogy (Process) Technology Support (people) Systems administration Appl...
TIPS Technology - Innovation - Pedagogy - Support Innovation Innovation Pedagogy (Process) Technology Support (people) Sys...
Areas of  research For Improving practice
Student ownership Ubiquitous connectivity Large class pedagogy Social network Connected classroom Mobility Reusability Stu...
Student ownership Ubiquitous connectivity Large class pedagogy Social network Connected classroom Mobility Reusability Stu...
Digital Academic Literacies What are some good practices for progressing these literacies? How  do we do it better? How do...
 
How does the next generation of contact  university look?  How does it blend the  'out there' with  the  'in here' & 'scar...
A long way from  squarebracketophobia
 
Collaboration Academic Disciplines eLSI  researcher(s) Education researcher(s) Technology researcher(s)
Attribution file:  http://www.dkeats.com/usrfiles/users/   1563080430/attribution/attrib.txt
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Technology-Innovation-Pedagogy-Support: The TIPS model in eLearning

  1. 1. Technology-Innovation-Pedagogy-Support The TIPS model in eLearning at Wits Prof Derek W. Keats Deputy Vice Chancellor (Knowledge & Information Management) The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg http://kim.wits.ac.za [email_address]
  2. 2. A DVC-led portfolio created to ensure that Wits is a world-class institution with respect to its approach to knowledge and information, and the technologies that underlie them.
  3. 3. What does it mean for eLearning? Ordinary : follow what other institutions do Good : Follow what other institutions do, and do so very well Great : Take a leading role, at least in some areas Top 100 ambition Ordinary Great Mediocre Good Good
  4. 4. The cutting edge Mature but relatively new technology We help to lead technology trends We create and use new technology Familiar pedagogies Creating new pedagogies Safe, proven, mature, old technology Exploring emerging pedagogies Trying new pedagogies
  5. 5. He's crazy!
  6. 7. TIPS Technology -Innovation- Pedagogy - Support Pedagogy (Process) Technology Support (people) Systems administration Application support Lecturer Student Instructional designer Content developer
  7. 8. TIPS Technology - Innovation - Pedagogy - Support Innovation Innovation Pedagogy (Process) Technology Support (people) Systems administration Application support Lecturer Student Instructional designer Content developer Researcher Researcher Software developer Materials developer Instructional designer Technology
  8. 9. Areas of research For Improving practice
  9. 10. Student ownership Ubiquitous connectivity Large class pedagogy Social network Connected classroom Mobility Reusability Students create Areas of research For Improving practice Assessment Replay
  10. 11. Student ownership Ubiquitous connectivity Large class pedagogy Social network Connected classroom Mobility Reusability Students create Areas of research For Improving practice Assessment Replay Your important questions? General important questions?
  11. 12. Digital Academic Literacies What are some good practices for progressing these literacies? How do we do it better? How does it change over time?
  12. 14. How does the next generation of contact university look? How does it blend the 'out there' with the 'in here' & 'scarcity' with 'abundance'?
  13. 15. A long way from squarebracketophobia
  14. 17. Collaboration Academic Disciplines eLSI researcher(s) Education researcher(s) Technology researcher(s)
  15. 18. Attribution file: http://www.dkeats.com/usrfiles/users/ 1563080430/attribution/attrib.txt

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