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Introduction to
Technology Enhanced
Learning
TaLIC, 2016
What is Learning Technology?
Learning technology is the broad range of
communication, information and related technologies...
…to tablet
http://bit.ly/1HAZzyy
Socrates (via Plato) in Phaedrus on the dangers of writing:
...for this discovery of yours [writing] will create
forgetful...
Invention of printing press raised concerns about
information overload.
Luddites (19th Century textile workers) protested against
newly developed labour-economizing technologies.
Technophile or Technophobe?
Does technology change the way
we think?
Reflections!
Learning… anytime, anywhere…
How Does Technology Enhance Learning?
• More use of technology?
• Increased efficiency of processes?
• Reproduce or supple...
How to Evaluate Enhancement?
“Measures that are sensitive to the complexities of human
interaction are more appropriate fo...
Audrey Watters:
Need to ‘care’ for our technology
otherwise business (Silicone
Valley) will appropriate
education for its ...
Residents vs. Visitors
(White & Le Cornu, 2011)
- a continuum of modes of engagement
- based on context and motivation
- d...
Are you a digital resident
or a visitor?
Activity
Who are our students?
Who are our students?
Are they digital residents or visitors?
Reflections!
Digital Literacy
…. the capabilities which fit someone for living,
learning and working in a digital society.
(Jisc, 2015)
Access ≠ Ability to benefit from resources
Digital Literacy
What do you think digital literacy
means for your students?
Activity
(Jisc, 2014)
Howard Rheingold’s (2010) five social media literacies:
- Attention
- Participation
- Collaboration
- Network awareness
- ...
Digital Literacies
Howard Rheingold’s five social media literacies:
Attention
Participation
Collaboration
Network awarenes...
• mobile device ownership is high and continues to increase
among students
• students and instructors need technical, logi...
Changes to Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) and its
implications
• Meeting learners’ needs in online and blended learnin...
Best Practices:
• Informed and selective
• Relevant to discipline and context
• Focused use of information and communicati...
What is your context?
(resources, practices of your
academic discipline,
expectations, challenges, etc.)
Reflections!
Future Trends
Key Trends Accelerating Technology Adoption in Higher Education
(New Media Consortium, 2015):
Long-Term: 5+ ...
If you’d like to learn more about the field of learning technologies…
LT as an Academic Discipline
Instructional
Technolog...
… check a variety of publications including:
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology
British Journal of Educational...
And blogs, Twitter, and other social networking platforms:
#ALTC Blog
#digped (Twitter)
Hackeducation (Audrey Watters)
JIS...
A student is not:
• a ‘product’ but a person,
• a customer but partner,
• a passive consumer of knowledge but also produce...
The best way to learn something
is to teach it.
Thank you!
You can find a copy of the slides at
http://www.slideshare.net/TaLIC_Goldsmiths
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  1. 1. Introduction to Technology Enhanced Learning TaLIC, 2016
  2. 2. What is Learning Technology? Learning technology is the broad range of communication, information and related technologies that can be used to support learning, teaching and assessment. Association for Learning Technology (https://www.alt.ac.uk/)
  3. 3. …to tablet http://bit.ly/1HAZzyy
  4. 4. Socrates (via Plato) in Phaedrus on the dangers of writing: ...for this discovery of yours [writing] will create forgetfulness in the learners’ souls, because they will not use their memories; they will trust to the external written characters and not remember of themselves.
  5. 5. Invention of printing press raised concerns about information overload.
  6. 6. Luddites (19th Century textile workers) protested against newly developed labour-economizing technologies.
  7. 7. Technophile or Technophobe?
  8. 8. Does technology change the way we think? Reflections!
  9. 9. Learning… anytime, anywhere…
  10. 10. How Does Technology Enhance Learning? • More use of technology? • Increased efficiency of processes? • Reproduce or supplement what you already do through technology? • Transform teaching and/or learning processes and outcomes?
  11. 11. How to Evaluate Enhancement? “Measures that are sensitive to the complexities of human interaction are more appropriate for gathering evidence of enhancement.” Kirkwood and Price (2014)
  12. 12. Audrey Watters: Need to ‘care’ for our technology otherwise business (Silicone Valley) will appropriate education for its own ends. Diana Laurillard: Education adopts technology that has been developed for business. We have only begun to scratch surface of its potential.
  13. 13. Residents vs. Visitors (White & Le Cornu, 2011) - a continuum of modes of engagement - based on context and motivation - doesn’t assume that ownership = capability Digital Residents and Visitors
  14. 14. Are you a digital resident or a visitor? Activity
  15. 15. Who are our students?
  16. 16. Who are our students? Are they digital residents or visitors? Reflections!
  17. 17. Digital Literacy …. the capabilities which fit someone for living, learning and working in a digital society. (Jisc, 2015)
  18. 18. Access ≠ Ability to benefit from resources Digital Literacy
  19. 19. What do you think digital literacy means for your students? Activity
  20. 20. (Jisc, 2014)
  21. 21. Howard Rheingold’s (2010) five social media literacies: - Attention - Participation - Collaboration - Network awareness - Critical consumption (Crap detection) Digital Literacy: Social Media
  22. 22. Digital Literacies Howard Rheingold’s five social media literacies: Attention Participation Collaboration Network awareness Critical consumption (Crap detection) Howard Rheingold’s painted shoes...
  23. 23. • mobile device ownership is high and continues to increase among students • students and instructors need technical, logistical, and pedagogical support • continuous support and targeted training lead to positive changes Students' Mobile Learning Practices in Higher Education: A Multi-Year Study Digital Literacy
  24. 24. Changes to Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) and its implications • Meeting learners’ needs in online and blended learning • Assessment workflow (online assessment) Learning Analytics Goldsmiths Context
  25. 25. Best Practices: • Informed and selective • Relevant to discipline and context • Focused use of information and communication networks • Fosters learning community • Uses assessment to support learning • Meets diverse learner needs Goldsmiths Context
  26. 26. What is your context? (resources, practices of your academic discipline, expectations, challenges, etc.) Reflections!
  27. 27. Future Trends Key Trends Accelerating Technology Adoption in Higher Education (New Media Consortium, 2015): Long-Term: 5+ yrs Advancing Cultures of Change and Innovation Increasing Cross-Institution Collaboration Mid-Term Trends: 3 – 5 yrs Growing Focus on Measuring Learning Proliferation of Open Educational Resources​ Short-Term Trends: 1 – 2 yrs Increasing Use of Blended Learning Redesigning Learning Spaces
  28. 28. If you’d like to learn more about the field of learning technologies… LT as an Academic Discipline Instructional Technology Curriculum Design Learning Sciences
  29. 29. … check a variety of publications including: Australasian Journal of Educational Technology British Journal of Educational Technology Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Distance Education Educational Technology Research and Development International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching Journal of the Learning Sciences TechTrends LT as an Academic Discipline
  30. 30. And blogs, Twitter, and other social networking platforms: #ALTC Blog #digped (Twitter) Hackeducation (Audrey Watters) JISC Blog ProfHacker (The Chronicle of Higher Education) LT as an Academic Discipline
  31. 31. A student is not: • a ‘product’ but a person, • a customer but partner, • a passive consumer of knowledge but also producer and curator. As We Conclude...
  32. 32. The best way to learn something is to teach it.
  33. 33. Thank you! You can find a copy of the slides at http://www.slideshare.net/TaLIC_Goldsmiths

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