Cloud Learning: Learning Environments in the Cloud Era

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Teemu Arina's presentation at Eduhub Days 2011 on 24th of March 2011 in Lugano, Swizerland

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Cloud Learning: Learning Environments in the Cloud Era

  1. 1. Learning Environments in the Cloud EraTEEMUARINAwww.tarina.me tar1na
  2. 2. We are witnessing a transition to the
  3. 3. We are witnessing a transition to the• 1980s - Network (TCP/IP, from IT to ICT, mobile phones, 1G)• 1990s - World Wide Web (GSM, hypertext, commercial internet, search engines, mobile internet, open source)• 2000s - Web 2.0 (The web as a platform, social media, UGC (wikipedia, google, youtube), geolocation services, crowdsourcing)• 2010s - Cloud (cloud computing, cloud-based services, application stores, augmented reality for mobile phones, deep space internet)
  4. 4. CLOUD INTERNET
  5. 5. CLOUD COMPUTING CLIENT Google Android iPhone Chrome Salesforce Apple APPLICATION Google Apps Force.com App Store Amazon Web Google PLATFORM Services App Engine AmazonINFRASTRUCTURE Amazon EC2 S3
  6. 6. CLOUD COMPUTINGWidespread adoption of cloud computing could givethe top five EU economies a 763€ billion ($1tn) boostover five years and create 2.4 million jobs.– Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) report, Dec 2010
  7. 7. CLOUD COMPANY Cloud Computing Distributed & Technology Communication 8 Transparent Platforms Practices Tools Culture Network-Centric OrganizationDistributed Worksforce Peer Production Peer Learning Open Innovation Transparency Crowdsourcing
  8. 8. DEALING WITHUNCERTAINTY UNCERTAINTYLEARNING SITUATIONAL RITUALS RESPONSIVE OBSERVABLE PROJECT FLOW REPETITION PRE-DEFINED PREDICTABLE PROCESS PREDICTABILITY
  9. 9. Triskelion LEARNING FROM THE ENVIRONMENT Systems Thinking Active Lea Str rs Personal Agile Planning Intelligence ate hi Learning & Development & Analysis de Environ- y g ment ic t Communctaoions Intera i ns p Open DIGITALLY DISTRIBUTED Innovation Ef od fic uc Technologies Pr ea ve ien tio Interfaces on Cr ti ti Practices e ac tP n lu er ee Va Int LEARNING r IN & ON ati nt LEARNING FROM ACTION CUSTOMERS on s er e m e & PARTNERS O p ag Crowd- an User- Centric sourcing M Design
  10. 10. Technology Culture Digitally distributed technology platforms.Organization Viewpoint Individual Viewpoint
  11. 11. DISTRIBUTED TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS ... ... ...Sales, Marketing, Support: Interactions Ideas: Innovation Workforce: Collaboration Computing: Automation Storage: Information Business Infrastructure S3 Infrastructure Dropbox Ref: In collaboration with Pasi Mäenpää / Elisa
  12. 12. NET(WORK)FORCE elance.com
  13. 13. Technology Culture Digitally distributed technology platforms. Maximizing external capabilities (computing resources, information, and people) through cloud computing and social technologies.Organization Viewpoint Personal learning environments based on smart interfaces. Individual Viewpoint
  14. 14. PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Billion of content itemsMillions of users
  15. 15. APPLICATION PHONES & TABLETSCloud-based platforms for personal learning environment customization.
  16. 16. Interactive Book Book is not a book. It is an application.Popular Highlights for Kindle. Clock Reacts to Movement on Alice for the iPad.
  17. 17. FlipboardSocial reading experience.
  18. 18. Cloud LearningEnvironment
  19. 19. Connected Classroom
  20. 20. Technology Culture Digitally distributed technology platforms. Context-based Maximal use of external capabilities communication practices. (computing resources, information, and people) through cloud computing and social technologies.Organization Viewpoint Personal learning environments based on smart interfaces. Application stores and cloud-based content delivery mechanisms enabling personalization. Individual Viewpoint
  21. 21. WORK TODAY IS INTERRUPTED AT LEAST EVERY 15 MINUTESREORIENTATION TAKES ANOTHER 15 MINUTES
  22. 22. BEING INTERRUPTEDAT THE WORKPLACE
  23. 23. SITTING AT POINTLESSMEETINGS
  24. 24. IMPULSIVE ANSWERINGTO EMAILS AND PHONE CALLS
  25. 25. INSTANT MESSAGING & STATUS UPDATES Helps you to focus on the work and manage your own interruptions. Source: Garrett, R. K., & Danziger, J. N. (2007). IM=Interruption management? Instant messaging and disruption in the workplace. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13(1), article 2.
  26. 26. POINT-TO-POINT CONTEXT-BASEDCOMMUNICATION PRACTICES COMMUNICATION PRACTICES • Pre-defined & predictable • Self-organizing & adaptive • E.g. telefax, phone, email • E.g. social softwareWHAT SEQUENCE? WHAT CONTEXT?
  27. 27. Technology Culture Digitally distributed Context-based technology platforms. communication practices. Maximal use of external capabilities Enabling responsive & context-aware (computing resources, information, modes of communication and and people) through cloud computing collaboration (in comparison to and social technologies. predictive & sequential models).Organization Viewpoint Personal learning environments based on smart interfaces. Empowerment through Application stores and cloud-based interaction. content delivery mechanisms enabling personalization. Individual Viewpoint
  28. 28. EFFECTIVE LEARNING TODAY IS HEREConnections Sharing Interactions
  29. 29. New, complicated NEW WORK AND LEARNINGAlone Together Old, simple
  30. 30. Technology Culture Digitally distributed Context-based technology platforms. communication practices. Maximal use of external capabilities Enabling responsive & context-aware (computing resources, information, modes of communication and and people) through cloud computing collaboration (in comparison to and social technologies. predictive & sequential models).Organization Viewpoint Empowerment through Personal learning environments interaction. based on smart interfaces. Maximizing connections, Application stores and cloud-based interactions, and sharing content delivery mechanisms (in comparison to enabling personalization. “knowledge as power”). Individual Viewpoint
  31. 31. A Vision: On-Demand Education Students are the most underused resource – the antimatter of innovation
  32. 32. “It is clear that technology allows institutionsto blur, if not erase, institutional boundariesonce clear and distinct.”– Steve Crow
  33. 33. CLOUDBERRY FROMTHE ARCTIC FINLAND -40˚
  34. 34. Join our private beta at: tar1naFor more, visit: cloudcompany.cc TEEMU Thanks to: Sami Viitamäki / DIEGO ARINA Esko Kilpi Mikko Kaipio / Dicole Petra Salminen / Dicole www.tarina.me Pasi Mäenpää / Elisa teemu@dicole.com

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