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New Paths in Elearning George Siemens Why are you using elearning? Uses for elearning Strategic advantage Reduce costs Rapid learning/development Increase capacity for performance Trends Mobile Decentralization Global New Learning Context Informal Continual Embedded in workplace

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New Paths in Elearning

George Siemens


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Why are you using elearning?


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Uses for elearning

  • Strategic advantage

  • Reduce costs

  • Rapid learning/development

  • Increase capacity for performance


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Trends

  • Mobile

  • Decentralization

  • Global

  • New Learning Context

    • Informal

    • Continual

    • Embedded in workplace

    • Rapid


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Impact of Trends

  • Learning=life line in complex, knowledge environments

  • Interconnected nature of organization and individual

    • Systems thinking

    • Chaos theory

    • Complexity theory


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Where are you succeeding in elearning?

  • Design


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Where are you succeeding in elearning?

  • Technology


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Where are you succeeding in elearning?

  • Delivery


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Where are you succeeding in elearning?

  • Learner involvement


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What’s wrong?

  • Current elearning approach is not sustainable

    • Cost of content creation

    • Content obsolescence

    • Mismatch – learning environment and real-life learning

    • Too much information – can’t process under existing models


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What’s wrong?

  • Learning: chaotic, nebulous, aggregation, pattern recognition, distributed cognition, social “continual suspended certainty”, JIT

  • Our current learning tools: LMS, LCMS: structured, hierarchical, rigid, in advance of need


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Centralized vs. Decentralized

Complexity requires decentralization


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What’s happening?

  • Which tools are you currently using for learning?


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Let’s Build an Airplane…

  • Knowledge is distributed

  • Complexity requires aggregation

  • Aggregation provides whole picture


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A new path…

  • Networks

  • Connected specialization

  • Adaptive learning models

  • Diversity of approaches

  • Simple, social tools

    • Learning and KM


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The role of content

  • Is content still king?


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Connectivism

  • Learning as network-creation

  • Meaning as pattern recognition

  • Tools aligned to inherent nature of task


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Tools:

Email

Blended

F2F

Social technologies

Distributed

Communities

Mobile

SOSS

CMS

Networks

Let’s get practical

Connections to content

Connections to people


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How can we implement tools and approaches that work?


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George Siemens

www.elearnspace.org

www.connectivism.ca

gsiemens@elearnspace.org


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