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FIT-School of Art and Design-Educause Presentation

  1. 1. FIT School of Art and Design January 31, 2013
  2. 2. WHAT IS EDUCAUSE? EDUCAUSE is a non-profit organization who mission is:To advance higher education bypromoting the use of information technology
  3. 3. WHO IS EDUCAUSE?Membership is open to institutionsof higher education, corporations serving the higher educationmarket, and related organizations
  4. 4. Christine Flanagan, Director Eliot Masie Student Experience Lab CEOBusiness Innovation Factory Masie Center Edward L. Ayers Clay Shirky President of American writer University of Richmond NYU Professor
  5. 5. The Economic and Social Impact of the Internet
  6. 6. 3 Big Ideas 1. Openness 2.Collaboration3. Disruptive Innovation
  7. 7. Openness
  8. 8. Just because software isnot stamped approved foreducation does not mean it does not have educational value
  9. 9. Collaboration
  10. 10. It seems to me that, at least in theory, a different model could work...anybody who had anything whatsoever to sayabout the problem could chip in.
  11. 11. Massively Collaborative Mathematical Research Projects
  12. 12. I would like to accept this paper as it deals with a fundamental problem, identifies it natural restricted versions and make interesting progress. The paper however needs several modifications. Finally the paper does not clear state who theauthors are! It does refer to a website detailing the Polymath project but, I think, a list of names whocontributed to the work should be given somehow.
  13. 13. One change requested is to add a list ofparticipants to the project. In analogywith what we did for Polymath1, Itherefore started a “signup sheet” onthe wiki at...
  14. 14. The actual conversations havemoved outside of the traditional peer-reviewed academic journals
  15. 15. Disruptive Innovation
  16. 16. TextTechnology is changing the story of how things work
  17. 17. Disruptive InnovationAn Innovation that helps create anew market and eventually goes onto disrupt an existing market (overa few years or decades), displacingan earlier technology.
  18. 18. The Music Industry
  19. 19. 1990’sMP3
  20. 20. Lost the battle, but won the war
  21. 21. MOOCS MASSIVE
  22. 22. AND MULTIPLYING
  23. 23. 160,000 students enrolled in the firstcourse offering - Artificial Intelligence taught by Sebastian Thrun Stanford University
  24. 24. A free worldclass education foranyone, anywhere
  25. 25. 200 Courses 33 Universities1.3 million students
  26. 26. There are big changes coming in Higher Education, it is not MOOCS or online learning but how Collaboration Openness Innovation will change the what we are doing
  27. 27. Dawn of a New Era in education
  28. 28. Thank you

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