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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 ...

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