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Moving Upstream in eLearning New Challenges in a New World Larger number of students Decreased government funding Competitive market Globalization means education alternatives UGC role statement CityU has made commitments

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Moving Upstream in eLearning


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New Challenges in a New World

  • Larger number of students

  • Decreased government funding

  • Competitive market

  • Globalization means education alternatives

  • UGC role statement

  • CityU has made commitments

  • Students are giving their social life priority at the expense of studying (SCMP, 4/9/04)

  • Students continue to learn but increasingly less from us


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Educational Paradigm Shift

  • Network centered

  • Student centric

  • Experiential

  • learning

  • Campus centered

  • Instructor centric

  • Directed learning


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Objective

Helping CityU meet the future needs of education for professional careers, where new technologies are rapidly transforming the workplace, and to create a quality life for faculty and staff in a student-centered learning environment supported by technology.


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Opportunities

  • Seamless library access

  • Support for student portfolios

  • Repository of shared learning objects

  • Continuously updated class rosters

  • Dynamic monitoring and tracking of student performance (early warning system)

  • Support for learning assessment

  • Enhanced student relationship management

  • Anytime, anywhere access and support


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Online Interactions

CognitivePresence

Social Presence

Supporting discourse

Interaction w/ Content

Interaction w/ Peers

LEARNING

Setting climate

Selecting content

Teaching Presence

Interaction w/Instructors

Swan, K. (2003) Learning Effectiveness: What the Research Tells Us


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Lao Tzu

  • If you tell me,

    I will listen.

  • If you show me,

    I will see.

  • If you let me experience,

    I will learn.


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Project Dimensions

Students

Strategic / Visionary

Tactical / Technical

Faculty

Lecturers

Staff

Administrators

Adapted from Blackboard


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Organic Adoption

Organic/Exploratory Adoption

Initially driven by End Users

End User Plateau

Strategic Phase Necessary for continued growth

Planned Adoption

Planned/Foundational Adoption

Initially driven by Executive Sponsor

Accelerated growth

Strategic planning upfront

Organic vs. Planned Adoption

Transition Management is the key to successful adoption

Adapted from Blackboard


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The architecture of e-Learning

- the extended enterprise -

3rd Party providers (other Uni’s, Publishers, Web services)

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Standards (SCORM, IMS, XML)

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PC / Browser

PDA / Tablet

Mobile/Cell

Business Intelligence (Statistical Info, AI, Performance Metrics, forecasting)

Delivery

Back Office

Student Information

Systems

  • Learning Mgmt Syst

  • Content

  • Test/Assessment

  • Sequencing

  • Tracking

  • Learner Profiles

Course Content

Development

  • Learner

  • Interactivity

  • Conferencing

  • Online interaction

  • Collaboration

Content

Management

Resource

Systems (ie Library)

  • Multimedia

  • Video

  • Audio

  • Simulation

Human Resource

Management


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Personalized Information and Branding

The Blackboard Academic Suite

Building Block APIs

Other Campus Systems

Student Information System

Course Management

Communication Tools

Assessment

Communities

e-Commerce

Learning Object Repository

ePortfolio

Library System

File / Content Management

Adapted from Blackboard


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Why CMS?(Content Management System)

  • Seamless library access

  • Integrated global learning resources

  • Publisher repositories

  • Sharable learning objects

  • Version control / Permission maintenance

  • Searching / Direct linking / eReserves

  • Program support / Interface customization

  • Life-long learning portfolios



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Mobile Devices

  • PDA – Personal

    Digital Assistant


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Mobile Devices

  • Smartphone - handheld device that integrates personal information management and mobile phone capabilities


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Mobile Learning Synergy

Technology

What does it take to make mobile learning work?

Institutional

Support

Staff

Development


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Portfolio of Mobile Activities (in and out of the classroom)

  • Receiving learning materials

  • Taking attendance

  • Providing classroom feedback

  • Collaborative learning

  • M-Learning tools

  • Interfacing w/ Blackboard

  • Library catalogue search

  • Web browser access

  • Report taking in field trips

  • Global positioning



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