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2002 a year in the life of elearning There’s no longer any such thing as a free (Internet) lunch 2001 (Fl)exhibition, Torrens Valley Institute, October 2002 1 Internet year = 7 normal years 1998 2001 elearning KM B-learning KM (knowledge management) b-learning m-learning

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2002

a year in the life of elearning

There’s no longer any such thing as a free (Internet) lunch

2001

(Fl)exhibition, Torrens Valley Institute, October 2002




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KM

B-learning

KM (knowledge management)

b-learning

m-learning

Blogs (see blogger.com)

SCORM

IMS

IMS compliant

SCORM

M-learning

blogs


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What kind of learning are we up to?

  • Flexible learning 

  • Online learning 

  • Elearning 

  • B-learning (BLENDED or hybrid: f2f and/or remoteonline and/or campus based elearning)

  • M-learning (MOBILE learning: palm pilots, PDA’s, mobile phones, wireless)


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What happened locally?

  • learning platform – WebCT priced itself beyond our reach

  • VLE (state portal) marked time

  • Online Education Services(OES) greatly reduced in numbers/capacity

  • We slipped behind other states (PD/funding/materials development)

  • Leadership – “where’s the manager who reports to the CEO on change management???” (Mark Keough)

  • Still trapped in the EDS web

  • eDay >>>>


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eDay – a tradition in the making?

Mark it in your diary for next year

– last day of term 3, 2003!


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What happened locally? (2)

  • TAFE SA had 5 Flexible Learning Leaders

  • LearnScope still the most effective vehicle for promoting PD in elearning/flexible delivery (13 projects)

  • Most institutes have now appointed elearning coordinators

  • Toolboxes finally took off (often used as stand alones, not customised)

  • Place and virtual space? >>

    Buses started going to websites (southlink.com.au!)


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What happened locally? (3)

  • New practitioners appeared

  • Doug Purcell coined the phrase ‘teaching space’

  • Elearnity (“from here to elearnity” – NOEL conference)

  • DMIT survey >>>>>


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DMIT Survey Results

  • Internet access at home? (YES – 79%)

  • Use the Internet at home for work-related activity? (YES – 76%)

  • Up to 86% of lecturing staff are using the web in their teaching

  • Encouraging……

  • However, still very conservative usage

  • Almost nil use of collaborative tools and approaches


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QUOTE OF THE DAY

  • The key to success in ..e-learning …. hinges on the idea of participation. This involves changing learners from passive consumers of learning to active producers of learning.

    (Stephen Downes’ Online Daily; 29/10/02)


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What happened beyond state boundaries?

  • Blackboard and WebCT cashed in their chips

  • VET struggles, unis prosper

  • Notion of Community persists (NW2002)

  • It is raining emoderation courses

  • Generation Next??? (X and Y - who are they? How do they learn?)

  • MIT (Massachussetts Institute of Technology) finally put their stuff online, but are these ‘courses’?


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What happened beyond state boundaries? (2)

  • Corporate world has left education in the dust (John Mitchell)

  • Games and simulations gained further ground

  • Broadband increased > use of voice/video?

  • Innovations is the new buzz word (projects and theme); (spinnovation?)

  • Prices came down ($700/PC)

  • Free > pay business model flourished


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PARTING THOUGHTS

  • How long can you keep on saying this is for pioneers? (I’ve been at this for 28 years now!)

  • How long can you keep people disadvantaged? (access issues, literacy issues)



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