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The strategic stakes of E-learning State of the art for Continuing Education Geneviève Auroi-Jaggi Evolution 1991-2006 Participants programmes formations short course diploma Evolution 1991-2006 Programmes programmes formations qualifiantes dipl ô mantes

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the strategic stakes of e learning state of the art for continuing education

The strategic stakes of E-learningState of the art for Continuing Education

Geneviève Auroi-Jaggi

participants

Evolution 1991-2006

Participants

programmes

formations short coursediploma

programmes

Evolution 1991-2006

Programmes

programmes

formations qualifiantesdiplômantes

new demands towards flexibility and individualised curricula

New demands towardsflexibility and individualised curricula

“we definitely need university continuing education”

“to study what I want, any time, any where”

global world strategy

Information

Global world strategy

ETHworld http://www.ethworld.ethz.ch/

“to develop and introduce technologies for communication and cooperation independent of time and place”

MITworld http://mitworld.mit.edu/

“distributed intelligence”

Penn State’s World Campus

http://www.worldcampus.psu.edu/

A recognized leader in distance education for more than 100 years.

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Types of structures

“Flexible”

“3 Months and thesis at a distance”

“Entirely at a distance”

“Blended”

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9 factors for successAnalyse of participant needs and ressourcesNetworking with professionalsBusiness planWell trained team Management by a motivated facultyChoice of adapted technologyAdult oriented pedagogy and interactivityMarketing Evaluation and adaptation

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The Right Stuff . . .. . . are sincerely committed to providing a quality learning experience for their students . . . are willing to take risks and carry through when failure occurs . . . thrive in new “dynamics” of online learning . . . interested in doing things differently

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Skills and CompetenciesPedagogical skills of online learningTechnical skillsChanging dynamics of the online classroomsocialrules of balance (between students & faculty)time and place

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Support ServicesInstructional design consultationTechnical support (for both faculty & students)Advising/counselingAdministrationInfrastructureTeaching

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…….Universities have a lot to do to meet future demands of the digital natives and mobile learners….

Thank you for your attention.

Genevieve.auroi-jaggi@formcont.unige.ch