Professor Christopher Hoadley, NYU SteinhardtEducational Media & Technology in 2013:!What’s Next?!Slides compiled by
Does multimedia help learning?
2002: $10m, 10k students, 130 schoolsDoes multimedia help learning?
Does multimedia help learning?Answer: It depends.!
Video-Based "Distance Education
Video-Based "Distance EducationOn Campus Class vs Remote Streaming Video = Same
Video-Based "Distance EducationOn Campus Class vs VHS Video
Video-Based "Distance EducationOn Campus Class vs VHS Video
Video-Based "Distance EducationOn Campus Class vs VHS Video
The ProductivityParadox
The ProductivityParadox•  Technology stinks•  Costs offset benefits•  The benefits aren t being measured
The ProductivityParadox•  It’s the work, stupid.!
What do we thinkthis stuff is for?
The ProductivityParadox Redux•  Learning more•  Learning more efficiently•  Learning differently
What’s the same?
What’s the same?•  Human psychological apparatus
What’s the same?•  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)
•  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)•  Most curriculumWhat’s the same?
•  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)•  Most curriculum•  Most institutional 
structures...
•  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)•  Most curriculum•  Most institutional 
structures...
•  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)•  Most curriculum•  Most institutional 
structures...
What’s different?
•  ExperiencesWhat’s different?
•  Experiences•  HabitsWhat’s different?
•  Experiences•  Habits•  CultureWhat’s different?
•  Experiences•  Habits•  Culture•  RolesWhat’s different?
•  Experiences•  Habits•  Culture•  Roles•  EconomicsWhat’s different?
•  Experiences•  Habits•  Culture•  Roles•  Economics•  Teaching?What’s different?
Different possibilities
Vannevar Bush 1945 BF Skinner 1961
Vannevar Bush
Vannevar Bush
BF Skinner
BF Skinner
Hoadley’s Three Laws ofEducational Technology
Law 1: It s not thetechnology. It s whatyou do with it. !
(Brynjolffson & Hitt)(human capital, businessprocesses, culture)Computers are 10%
Law 2: It s not what thetechnology makespossible. It s what thetechnology makes easy.!
Possible vs. EasyTechnologyapplicationPossible EasyCrowdsourcedcontentWAIS 1991 Wikipedia 2001Online coursesOpenU UK 1971 ...
Law 3: Pay attention tothe trends in learning,not in technology.
Societal view
Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head
Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head•  Know-who vs. know-what
Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head•  Know-who vs. know-what•  Democratic vs. autocratic media
Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head•  Know-who vs. know-what•  Democratic vs. autocratic media•  Connected/gl...
Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head•  Know-who vs. know-what•  Democratic vs. autocratic media•  Connected/gl...
Institutional View: Schools
Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource
Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource•  Bundled vs. Pick-and-choose
Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource•  Bundled vs. Pick-and-choose•  Outcomes vs. Engagement
Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource•  Bundled vs. Pick-and-choose•  Outcomes vs. Engagement•  Forced vs....
Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource•  Bundled vs. Pick-and-choose•  Outcomes vs. Engagement•  Forced vs....
Hoadley’s Three Laws ofEducational TechnologyLaw 1: It s not the technology. It s what you dowith it. !!Law 2: It s not wh...
Follow Chris Hoadley on Twitter at @tophe
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Professor Chris Hoadley is a faculty member at NYU Steinhardt and director of dolcelab, the Laboratory for Design Of Learning, Collaboration & Experience. Hear his predictions for the future of educational technology.

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  1. 1. Professor Christopher Hoadley, NYU SteinhardtEducational Media & Technology in 2013:!What’s Next?!Slides compiled by
  2. 2. Does multimedia help learning?
  3. 3. 2002: $10m, 10k students, 130 schoolsDoes multimedia help learning?
  4. 4. Does multimedia help learning?Answer: It depends.!
  5. 5. Video-Based "Distance Education
  6. 6. Video-Based "Distance EducationOn Campus Class vs Remote Streaming Video = Same
  7. 7. Video-Based "Distance EducationOn Campus Class vs VHS Video
  8. 8. Video-Based "Distance EducationOn Campus Class vs VHS Video
  9. 9. Video-Based "Distance EducationOn Campus Class vs VHS Video
  10. 10. The ProductivityParadox
  11. 11. The ProductivityParadox•  Technology stinks•  Costs offset benefits•  The benefits aren t being measured
  12. 12. The ProductivityParadox•  It’s the work, stupid.!
  13. 13. What do we thinkthis stuff is for?
  14. 14. The ProductivityParadox Redux•  Learning more•  Learning more efficiently•  Learning differently
  15. 15. What’s the same?
  16. 16. What’s the same?•  Human psychological apparatus
  17. 17. What’s the same?•  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)
  18. 18. •  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)•  Most curriculumWhat’s the same?
  19. 19. •  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)•  Most curriculum•  Most institutional 
structuresWhat’s the same?
  20. 20. •  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)•  Most curriculum•  Most institutional 
structures•  Most instructorsWhat’s the same?
  21. 21. •  Human psychological apparatus•  Student demographics 
(give or take)•  Most curriculum•  Most institutional 
structures•  Most instructors•  Teaching?What’s the same?
  22. 22. What’s different?
  23. 23. •  ExperiencesWhat’s different?
  24. 24. •  Experiences•  HabitsWhat’s different?
  25. 25. •  Experiences•  Habits•  CultureWhat’s different?
  26. 26. •  Experiences•  Habits•  Culture•  RolesWhat’s different?
  27. 27. •  Experiences•  Habits•  Culture•  Roles•  EconomicsWhat’s different?
  28. 28. •  Experiences•  Habits•  Culture•  Roles•  Economics•  Teaching?What’s different?
  29. 29. Different possibilities
  30. 30. Vannevar Bush 1945 BF Skinner 1961
  31. 31. Vannevar Bush
  32. 32. Vannevar Bush
  33. 33. BF Skinner
  34. 34. BF Skinner
  35. 35. Hoadley’s Three Laws ofEducational Technology
  36. 36. Law 1: It s not thetechnology. It s whatyou do with it. !
  37. 37. (Brynjolffson & Hitt)(human capital, businessprocesses, culture)Computers are 10%
  38. 38. Law 2: It s not what thetechnology makespossible. It s what thetechnology makes easy.!
  39. 39. Possible vs. EasyTechnologyapplicationPossible EasyCrowdsourcedcontentWAIS 1991 Wikipedia 2001Online coursesOpenU UK 1971 CSILE 1983OOCs 1999MOOCs 2011Access to theworld s informationInternet 1969WWW 1989Mosaic 1993ISPs 1990s Video collaborationARC/Engelbart1968Skype 2003
  40. 40. Law 3: Pay attention tothe trends in learning,not in technology.
  41. 41. Societal view
  42. 42. Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head
  43. 43. Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head•  Know-who vs. know-what
  44. 44. Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head•  Know-who vs. know-what•  Democratic vs. autocratic media
  45. 45. Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head•  Know-who vs. know-what•  Democratic vs. autocratic media•  Connected/global vs. isolated/local
  46. 46. Societal view•  Knowledge on tap vs. in the head•  Know-who vs. know-what•  Democratic vs. autocratic media•  Connected/global vs. isolated/local•  Context vs. content providers
  47. 47. Institutional View: Schools
  48. 48. Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource
  49. 49. Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource•  Bundled vs. Pick-and-choose
  50. 50. Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource•  Bundled vs. Pick-and-choose•  Outcomes vs. Engagement
  51. 51. Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource•  Bundled vs. Pick-and-choose•  Outcomes vs. Engagement•  Forced vs. Fun
  52. 52. Institutional View: Schools•  Gatekeeper vs. Resource•  Bundled vs. Pick-and-choose•  Outcomes vs. Engagement•  Forced vs. Fun•  Uniform vs. Tailored
  53. 53. Hoadley’s Three Laws ofEducational TechnologyLaw 1: It s not the technology. It s what you dowith it. !!Law 2: It s not what the technology makespossible. It s what the technology makeseasy.!!Law 3: Pay attention to the trends inlearning, not in technology.!!
  54. 54. Follow Chris Hoadley on Twitter at @tophe
  55. 55. Professor Christopher Hoadley, NYU SteinhardtEducational Media & Technology in 2013:!What’s Next?!Slides compiled by

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