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Beyond The Walled Garden:
New Possibilities With Learning Platforms
Presented at ITC eLearning Conference
February 18, 201...
Ethical Living 2014
US Capitol
Lawn Care 2015
Boston
New Market Entries
Source: ECAR LMS Report
https://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ers1414.pdf
Source: ECAR LMS Report
https://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ers1414.pdf
On One Hand . . .
• Still a landscape of ~5 LMS solutions
• LMS Core Functions: Rosters, Grades,
Assignments, Submissions,...
"There's a tsunami coming. [But] I can't
tell you exactly how it's going to break."
John Hennessy, Stanford
"We are at the...
Source: Grade Level Report
http://onlinelearningconsortium.org/read/survey-reports-2014/
Fall 2013 IPEDS Data
On the Other Hand . . .
• Everything has changed
Good Lens
• Everett Rogers wrote the
origin of much of
technology adoption
concepts
• S-curve, categories of
adopters
Two Sides of the Chasm
• Innovators & Early Adopters: Willing to
take risks, influential
• Early Majority: Much slower adop...
From an organizational change
perspective, we are just
starting with online education
& application of educational
technol...
Playing in the corner
Photo Credit: www.mummymummymum.com
Now loose in the house
Photo Credit: http://www.youtube.com/user/mtmuzic
Not Required of All Vendors
Image: Dr. Charles Severance
Counter-example
• Walled gardens will still have a place, but
no longer in broad sense (this is what we
support for whole ...
This Won’t Be Easy
Source: NewYork Times, Feb 12, 2015
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/13/education/harvard-and-mit-sued-ov...
Bottom Line
• Apparent dilemma: Frustration, slow
change vs. Everything is changing
• Best understood by Straddling the Ch...
Phil Hill: phil@mindwires.com
Web Site: http://e-literate.tv/
e-Literate Blog: http://mfeldstein.com/
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden
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While the history of educational technology has tended to embed a 'walled garden' approach that attempts to capture learning content and tools within a monolithic system, current and future institutional needs seek to move beyond this garden. No longer do schools assume the need for one system for all of their needs, but will the ed tech ecosystem support this more open approach?
While significant changes take time, there appears to be a new world of learning platforms that can provide end users - faculty and students - a more seamless experience in taking advantage of multiple tools. We finally seem to be moving beyond the walled garden and into an ed tech ecosystem that can support innovators, early adopters and the majority of instructors with a multitude of software platforms and tools targeted at varied educational needs. During this talk we will explore this long-term trend, several of the drivers enabling the change, and the implications for current and future educators.

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Hill Slides ITC eLearning 2015 Conference: Beyond the Walled Garden

  1. 1. Beyond The Walled Garden: New Possibilities With Learning Platforms Presented at ITC eLearning Conference February 18, 2015 Presented by: Phil Hill @PhilOnEdTech MindWires Consulting and e-Literate blog
  2. 2. Ethical Living 2014 US Capitol Lawn Care 2015 Boston
  3. 3. New Market Entries
  4. 4. Source: ECAR LMS Report https://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ers1414.pdf
  5. 5. Source: ECAR LMS Report https://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ers1414.pdf
  6. 6. On One Hand . . . • Still a landscape of ~5 LMS solutions • LMS Core Functions: Rosters, Grades, Assignments, Submissions, Class Messages / Discussions • What’s the big deal?
  7. 7. "There's a tsunami coming. [But] I can't tell you exactly how it's going to break." John Hennessy, Stanford "We are at the beginning of a technology-led revolution in pedagogy: Our innovation is not the blackboard, but instead an evolving suite of tools that allows interactive learning online" Drew Faust, Harvard L. Rafael Reif, MIT
  8. 8. Source: Grade Level Report http://onlinelearningconsortium.org/read/survey-reports-2014/
  9. 9. Fall 2013 IPEDS Data
  10. 10. On the Other Hand . . . • Everything has changed
  11. 11. Good Lens • Everett Rogers wrote the origin of much of technology adoption concepts • S-curve, categories of adopters
  12. 12. Two Sides of the Chasm • Innovators & Early Adopters: Willing to take risks, influential • Early Majority: Much slower adoption, need holistic solutions • Late Majority: Approach an innovation with a high degree of skepticism and after the majority of society has adopted the innovation
  13. 13. From an organizational change perspective, we are just starting with online education & application of educational technology in the mainstream
  14. 14. Playing in the corner Photo Credit: www.mummymummymum.com
  15. 15. Now loose in the house Photo Credit: http://www.youtube.com/user/mtmuzic
  16. 16. Not Required of All Vendors Image: Dr. Charles Severance
  17. 17. Counter-example • Walled gardens will still have a place, but no longer in broad sense (this is what we support for whole school) and instead for specific academic programs
  18. 18. This Won’t Be Easy Source: NewYork Times, Feb 12, 2015 http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/13/education/harvard-and-mit-sued-over- failing-to-caption-online-courses.html
  19. 19. Bottom Line • Apparent dilemma: Frustration, slow change vs. Everything is changing • Best understood by Straddling the Chasm • Move away from walled garden is biggest trend to allow service of both sides of Chasm
  20. 20. Phil Hill: phil@mindwires.com Web Site: http://e-literate.tv/ e-Literate Blog: http://mfeldstein.com/

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