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The MOOC Phenomenon: What Does it Mean for Business Schools?

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Presentation to ANZAM Institutional Members Meeting and Workshop, 12 June 2013, University of Technology Sydney

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The MOOC Phenomenon: What Does it Mean for Business Schools?

  1. 1. Professor Jeremy B WilliamsThe Asia Pacific Management CentreGriffith UniversityANZAM Institutional Members Meeting and Workshop12 June 2013University of Technology Sydney
  2. 2. @jeremybwilliamsslideshare.net/jembwilliams#ANZAM@jeremybwilliams
  3. 3. March 2012
  4. 4. DavidWiley(BrighamYoungUniversity)@opencontentT hen vs N owAnalog DigitalTethered MobileIsolated ConnectedGeneric PersonalConsumption CreatingClosed Openhttp://www.slideshare.net/courosa/rethinking-teaching-learning-in-a-networked-reality
  5. 5. DavidWiley(BrighamYoungUniversity)@opencontentEducation vs EverydayAnalog DigitalTethered MobileIsolated ConnectedGeneric PersonalConsumption CreatingClosed Openhttp://www.slideshare.net/courosa/rethinking-teaching-learning-in-a-networked-reality
  6. 6. “Things takelonger to happenthan you thinkthey will, andthen theyhappen fasterthan you thinkthey could”Lawrence Summers
  7. 7. “The world of MOOCs is creating acompetition that will force everyprofessor to improve his or herpedagogy or face an onlinecompetitor … When outstandingbecomes so easily available,average is over.”Thomas L. Friedman
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  9. 9. 21st century literacies … Develop proficiency and fluency with the tools of technology; Build intentional cross-cultural connections and relationships withothers so to pose and solve problems collaboratively andstrengthen independent thought; Design and share information for global communities to meet avariety of purposes; Manage, analyze, and synthesize multiple streams ofsimultaneous information; Create, critique, analyze, and evaluate multimedia texts; Attend to the ethical responsibilities required by these complexenvironments.http://edudemic.com/2013/04/important-21st-century-skills/
  10. 10. Instrinsicmotivation
  11. 11. PersonalLearningEnvironmentProfessionalLearningNetworkPersonalLearningNetworkSegregating Professional and Personal LearningNetworks may simply be a question of personal choice
  12. 12. participatory pedagogy
  13. 13. Mainstreamthe
  14. 14. authenticlearning.wordpress.com@jeremybwilliamsau.linkedin.com/in/jembwilliamsslideshare.net/jembwilliams

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