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IELOL 2015 Global Scan

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IELOL 2015 Global Scan

  1. 1. IELOL 2015 Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning “Global Scan in Online Learning”   13th August 2015 Mark Meg
  2. 2. 1.  The new global landscape of online learning 2.  Global tour (scan) of online learning networks and initiatives [activity] 3. Understanding the “bigger picture” of the competing and co-existing discourses of the global online learning landscape Outline…
  3. 3. • Greater awareness of the global significance of online learning. • Increased knowledge and ability to participate in online learning initiatives and professional networks outside of the United States. • Enhanced ability to critically interpret and discuss the competing and co-existing discourses associated with global developments in online learning. Learning intentions…
  4. 4. 1. The new global landscape…  
  5. 5. “It will not be possible to satisfy the rising demand for Higher Education, especially in developing countries, by relying on traditional approaches” (Sir John Daniel, Past President, Commonwealth of Learning). 1. The new global landscape…  
  6. 6. Education is 3rd largest export sector in New Zealand
  7. 7. Hon Steve Maharey President/Vice-Chancellor Case Study 1
  8. 8. Case Study 1
  9. 9. Case Study 1
  10. 10. Case Study 1
  11. 11. Case Study 1
  12. 12. Case Study 2 http://oeru.org
  13. 13. h#ps://wikieducator.org/OER_university   Case Study 2
  14. 14. Case Study 3
  15. 15. Case Study 3
  16. 16. Case Study 3
  17. 17. Case Study 3
  18. 18. Case Study 3
  19. 19. • • • “A prudent question is one-half of wisdom.”   Francis  Bacon   Key takeaways…  
  20. 20. 2. Global tour of online learning…  
  21. 21. 2. Global tour of online learning…  
  22. 22. WHY? -  What country or region? -  Where will you visit? -  Who will you meet? The task… As a group of IELOL ‘star’ graduates you have been invited by OLC to develop and lead a special ‘International Study Tour’ to a chosen country or region.
  23. 23. • Australasia • United Kingdom • Europe – Eastern, Western • Middle East • Asia – China, India • Latin/South America • Africa 2 minutes to select your region or country…
  24. 24. • Australasia • United Kingdom • Europe – Eastern, Western • Middle East • Asia – China, India • Latin/South America • Africa Quick scan of your choices…
  25. 25. http://www.dcu.ie/nidl Where to find information…
  26. 26. http://www.virtualcampuses.eu/index.php/Country_reports Where to find information…
  27. 27. https://www.col.org Where to find information…
  28. 28. http://www.icde.org Where to find information…
  29. 29. How to approach the task… • • •
  30. 30. Go to it... • What will you do? • Where will you go? • Who will you meet? • What is the objective? • Why would people sign up? http://www.dcu.ie/nidl
  31. 31. Report back... • What will you do? • Where will you go? • Who will you meet? • What is the objective? • Why would people sign up?
  32. 32. Key takeaways…   • • • “A prudent question is one-half of wisdom.”   Francis  Bacon  
  33. 33. • Learning Design • Instructional Design One final point…
  34. 34. 2012   3. Understanding the bigger picture…  
  35. 35. “An  educaConal  change  is  neither  natural  nor  normal,   constant   nor   common   as   it   involves   a   deeper   struggle   over   who   will   win   control   of   the   curriculum”  (Evans,  1996,  p.25).  
  36. 36. Reconceptualist • Open learning • Online learning • Anytime, anywhere learning Deschooling ReschoolingReproduction • Monolingual • Learning for all • Global curriculum • Education in change • Diversity • Just society • Wicked problems • Education for change • Mass education • Quality standards • Education as commodity • Increased market competition • Democratic • Open access • Learning webs • Unbundling learning Learning Society Knowledge Economy E-learning • Digital learning • Technology-enhanced learning • Different interest groups and stakeholders borrow the same ‘language of persuasion’ to legitimize their own hegemonic agenda Major Competing Lenses
  37. 37. “Technological developments are unavoidably linked to broader social imaginaries: our ideas about the role of technology in education are shaped and reshaped by our ideas about what constitutes the ‘good society’ (Morgan, 2013, p.5).
  38. 38. “Online learning should be in the service of big ideas, not as a big idea in itself” (Brown & Costello, 2015; adapted from Barnett, 2011). Final point…

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