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Csu nov12


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Presentation to CSU Nov 2012

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Csu nov12

  1. 1. Dean Groom, Maquarie University 2012
  2. 2. Shouldn’t$we$now$start$to$blend$formal$ and$informal$learning?$$$$$$ FormalLearning InformalLearning 20%$ 80%$ Source:Cofer,D.(2000).Informal)Workplace)Learning.
  3. 3. What is the e-societylearning to do online?Social networking Reusing and repurposingPrivacy maintenance Filtering and selectingIdentity management Self broadcastingCreating contentOrganising content
  4. 4. How to learn online PLEs(are(not(only(personal( web(tools(and(personal( learning(networks.(PLEs( are(much(wider(than(this,( taking(in(experiences(and(Personal)) realia,(as(well(as(learning( through(TV,(music,(paper(Learning)) Personal) based(materials,(radio(&(Network) Learning)) more(formal(contexts.( Environment) Learning(content(is(not(as( important(now(as(where( (or(who)(to(connect(to,(to( find(it.( Personal) PWTs(are(any(web(tools,( Web)Tools) (usually(Web(2.0)(chosen( by(learners(to(support( their(lifelong(learning.( Source:(h*p://
  6. 6. Qualification TYPICAL The UNIVERSITYmaterial TOPOLOGY ??? CoursePre-requisites THE LMS Internet Fees Convener Students Markers
  8. 8. First MOOC was 2008.
  9. 9. CAN I HAS TENURE? NO. CAN I HAZ PROMOTION? NO.In the past, the ‘paper’has been exclusive.Now it’s not enough toget a job or stay in one.
  10. 10. Blend, blend, blend.Combines many pedagogical styles (Breen, 2007).There are many positive benefits to using ablended learning approach (Clarke, 2007).Couples face-to-face learning with e-learning(Breen, 2007)Breen, P. (2007). Lessons from an International e-Learning Project. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 8(3), 1-10.Clarke, A. (2007). The Future of E-Learning. Adults Learning, 18(7), 14-15. FACE TO FACE? - WEBCAM, MOBILE?
  11. 11. Disruption isanonymous. ‘Disruptive’ technologies need ‘Disruptive’ Remtulla, K. (2007). The Knowledge-Based Economy and E- Pedagogies (Remtulla, Learning: Critical Considerations for Workplace Democracy. Convergence, 40, 9-24. 2006). Teaching strategies must exploit underused aspects of E-Learning technologies (Remtulla, 2006). Collision happened.
  12. 12. convey knowledge
  13. 13. Whats Uni for?
  14. 14. create knowledge
  15. 15. develop the person
  16. 16. contribute to society
  17. 17. signal ability
  18. 18. seed innovation
  19. 19. Why study online?
  20. 20. connections & quals
  21. 21. Learning in the FREE eraCost of attending Uni is highYou have to go to it (it doesn’t come to you)No control over timetable or agendaExperts are locals (no co-learners)Change is optional and avoidable.
  22. 22. Do more with lessFaculty hire people just like themselvesCasual staffing (consistency, training,commitment, assurance, benchmarking)Change in learning styles (massive open data)Change to disciplines (known/unknown)Acceleration of K-12 in technology use
  23. 23. Changes in societyFlattening of knowledge hierarchyStudents (and parents) as consumersEmployers active in curriculaLocation independenceThe InternetNew media layers and filters
  24. 24. Free is good.Open Courseware (MIT, Harvard, Penn, CernegieMellon)Channels - YouTube, iTunes and so onOpen sharing, global benefitsOpen Context (Free lectures)Open Culture (TED)
  25. 25. The digital learnerwants to be connectedwants to drive the agendais an information seeker and navigatoris empoweredunderstands they are part of a global communityis not restricted by classroom walls
  26. 26. Educational Design