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Intel® Education:
Need for Standards
1
2
Example: Lack of Standards
3
Example:
Communication
Standard
Result:
Communication
Standard
4
Types of Standards
Variety
Reduction
Standards
Information &
Product
Description
Standards
Compatibility
Standards
Elimi...
5
Types of Standards
Variety
Reduction
Standards
Information &
Product
Description
Standards
Compatibility
Standards
Elimi...
6
Network Externalities /
Frictionless
Communication
Avoiding lock-ins in old
technologies
Increased variety of
systems pr...
7
Data Driven: Student, Teacher & System Adapted
Student Assessment
Interaction
•  Intentional
•  Tacit
Educators
Adaptati...
8
Data Driven: Student, Teacher & System Adapted
Student Assessment
Interaction
•  Intentional
•  Tacit
Educators
Adaptati...
9
Business Models: Evolve but not eliminated
Personalized
Instruction
enabled by
Tagged
Content
Core Sales: Full
Curricula...
10
Tagged Content Enables Search
External Content
For-
Fee
OER
District Owned / Developed
For-Fee
OER
School Owned
For-Fee...
11
Tag Your Content
•  Identify instructional modules
•  Allocate resources to begin tagging content
•  Use for internal a...
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Intel Education on the Need for Standards | Education Metadata Meetup

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From the Education Metadata Meetup on 7/30/14 in Washington, DC - Randy Reina from Intel discusses the importance of standards for fostering a successful education marketplace.

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Intel Education on the Need for Standards | Education Metadata Meetup

  1. 1. Intel® Education: Need for Standards 1
  2. 2. 2 Example: Lack of Standards
  3. 3. 3 Example: Communication Standard Result: Communication Standard
  4. 4. 4 Types of Standards Variety Reduction Standards Information & Product Description Standards Compatibility Standards Eliminate unwanted variability in processes or product design. Crucial for the development of network industries like the ICT sector, since they allow interoperability between different users and the interplay between hard and software Improve compatibility between products and differentiate between product varieties. Minimum Quality & Safety Standards Limit the risk of inferior goods and services, which, in turn, increases consumer confident. WSC – The World standards Cooperation; Newsletter, No. 03 – October 2011
  5. 5. 5 Types of Standards Variety Reduction Standards Information & Product Description Standards Compatibility Standards Eliminate unwanted variability in processes or product design. Crucial for the development of network industries like the ICT sector, since they allow interoperability between different users and the interplay between hard and software Improve compatibility between products and differentiate between product varieties. Minimum Quality & Safety Standards Limit the risk of inferior goods and services, which, in turn, increases consumer confident. WSC – The World standards Cooperation; Newsletter, No. 03 – October 2011
  6. 6. 6 Network Externalities / Frictionless Communication Avoiding lock-ins in old technologies Increased variety of systems products Increases probability of interoperability Conformity/Interface Standards: Crucial for the development of networked industries WSC – The World standards Cooperation; Newsletter, No. 03 – October 2011
  7. 7. 7 Data Driven: Student, Teacher & System Adapted Student Assessment Interaction •  Intentional •  Tacit Educators Adaptation Engine System-adapted Educator-adapted Student-adapted LMS Student Information System Student Learning Data Student Model Data Visualization Tagged Content Prior performance Demographic Accommodation Behavioral Attendance
  8. 8. 8 Data Driven: Student, Teacher & System Adapted Student Assessment Interaction •  Intentional •  Tacit Educators Adaptation Engine System-adapted Educator-adapted Student-adapted LMS Student Information System Student Learning Data Student Model Data Visualization Tagged Content Prior performance Demographic Accommodation Behavioral Attendance
  9. 9. 9 Business Models: Evolve but not eliminated Personalized Instruction enabled by Tagged Content Core Sales: Full Curricula Teacher / District Created Supplemental Sales: Focused Activities
  10. 10. 10 Tagged Content Enables Search External Content For- Fee OER District Owned / Developed For-Fee OER School Owned For-Fee OER
  11. 11. 11 Tag Your Content •  Identify instructional modules •  Allocate resources to begin tagging content •  Use for internal access management Share with Others •  Identify other publishers / customers who will use tagged content •  Develop partnerships with content providers and explore interoperability technologies and business models. •  Get involved in associations that are working to move the industry forward What to do next? Get Started!

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