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DEVELOPING A SYSTEM FOR
THE ACCREDITATION OF
DIGITAL LEARNING IN MALTA
Anthony Camilleri Alex Grech
• Learn about
audience for
whom you are
designing
UNDERSTAND
• Construct point
of view based
on user needs &
insights
DEFI...
UNDERSTAND
Malta and its strategic
positioning in exploring
alternative and flexible
Education Systems
MALTA AS A
LAB
SMALL BUT
PLURALISTIC
QUALITY IS
KEY
CONTEXT
AWARENESS
LEARNER-
CENTRIC
LEARNER-
DRIVEN
RESPONSE
TO
DEMAND
...
MIX MAKES IT
COMPELLING Densely Populated
Geography
Topography
History of testing new technologies
‘Glocal’ – key decision...
MIX MAKES IT
COMPELLING 12,600 students in
tertiary education
(2014)
High-Profile
universities and HEIs
registered in Malt...
DIRECTIVES
FROM
GOVERNMENT
Provide incentives via a regulatory framework to
open e-learning institutions within Malta
Ensu...
A ROBUST
QA SYSTEM
1) Accreditation of institutions by law -
self-accrediting
Privilege limited to the three public instit...
ACTING IN
CONCERT
Partnership with the
Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
Setting up Centre for Connected
Learning in Malta.
P...
CLEAR
NEED
Non-EU HEIs and
Universities seeking
accreditation
Online degrees
Blended courses
Hybrids Partnerships between
...
STUDENTS
AT THE
CENTRE
Any system should be
developed around the
needs of the learner
For portability and accreditation of...
DEFINE
Challenges to Quality System
Design:
Jurisidictional
Quality Management
Data and Trust
Jurisdictional Issues
Effects of
Unbundling
Privacy and
Protection
Access to Data
and Retention
Quality Management Issues – Defining a Course
Contact
Hours
activity for the delivery of teaching, whereby
teachers direct...
Quality Management - Types of Teaching Activities
Purpose of the Contact Hours Traditional Tool Digital Learning Tool
Tran...
IDEATE Some Scenarios
MALTA: SCENARIOS ENABLED BY ACCREDITATION
FULL (E)CREDIT
PORTABILITY
MAPPING OF
MOOCS TO
EQF
PLUG AND
PLAY QUALITY
SYSTEMS...
Thank You
Anthony F. Camilleri
anthony@knowledgeinnovation.eu
Alex Grech
alex.grech@strategyworks.net
This work is license...
MALTA DIGITAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE
THE STATE OF DIGITAL EDUCATION.
ENGAGING WITH CONNECTED, BLENDED AND OPEN LEARNING
19-2...
BRYAN ALEXANDER
FUTURIST
CABLE GREEN
CREATIVE COMMONS
J. PHILIPP SCHMIDT
MIT MEDIA LAB
BALAJI VENKATARAMAN
COMMONWEALTH OF...
CONFERENCE FOCUS AREAS
THE STATE
OF DIGITAL
EDUCATION
SYSTEMS FOR
ACCREDIT-
ATION AND
QUALITY
ASSURANCE
OPEN
EDUCATION
RES...
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In response to an increased demand from education providers, including offshore educational providers, the Maltese Government has decided to examine the design of a national accreditation system for e-learning in Higher Education, with particular emphasis on non-traditional forms of education such as MOOCs. This presentation describes the first two steps of a design thinking approach, to consider the challenges and opportunities which are informing the thinking of policy-makers, and examines the scenarios which may arise out of each one, with the aim of providing a basis for future ideation, prototyping and testing of an accreditation system.

Delivered at the EDEN Annual Conference in Budapest, 17th June 2016

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Developing a System for the Accreditation of Digital Learning in Malta

  1. 1. DEVELOPING A SYSTEM FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF DIGITAL LEARNING IN MALTA Anthony Camilleri Alex Grech
  2. 2. • Learn about audience for whom you are designing UNDERSTAND • Construct point of view based on user needs & insights DEFINE • Brainstorm & develop creative solutions IDEATE • Build a representation of one or more ideas PROTOTYPE • Return to original user group, test & secure feedback TEST DESIGN THINKING APPROACH Source: http://www.neomobile-blog.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/DesignThinking.jpg
  3. 3. UNDERSTAND Malta and its strategic positioning in exploring alternative and flexible Education Systems
  4. 4. MALTA AS A LAB SMALL BUT PLURALISTIC QUALITY IS KEY CONTEXT AWARENESS LEARNER- CENTRIC LEARNER- DRIVEN RESPONSE TO DEMAND POLICY IMPERATIVE: GO GLOBAL MALTA STRATEGIC POSITIONING
  5. 5. MIX MAKES IT COMPELLING Densely Populated Geography Topography History of testing new technologies ‘Glocal’ – key decision-makers accessible MALTA AS A LAB
  6. 6. MIX MAKES IT COMPELLING 12,600 students in tertiary education (2014) High-Profile universities and HEIs registered in Malta University of Malta Malta College of Arts Science & Technology Institute ofTourism Studies European Graduate School Further 30 (micro) HEIs and 45 further education institutions SMALL BUT PLURALISTIC
  7. 7. DIRECTIVES FROM GOVERNMENT Provide incentives via a regulatory framework to open e-learning institutions within Malta Ensure a high level of protection for all students Ensure full compliance between the Maltese regulatory framework and European instruments for recognition and portability Allow for sustainable growth of quality assurance and accreditation services POLICY IMPERATIVE: GO GLOBAL
  8. 8. A ROBUST QA SYSTEM 1) Accreditation of institutions by law - self-accrediting Privilege limited to the three public institutions mentioned above 2) Accreditation of institutions by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education – institutions need to be a body corporate, as well as meet criteria linked to: Having an accredited programme on the MQF or EQF Performing due diligence tests on the head of institution and academic staff Establishing and maintaining an internal quality assurance policy Complying with venue regulations 3) Accreditation of courses, programmes and modules – all qualifications which are linked to the Malta Qualifications Framework require accreditation, either by NCFHE, or by the self-accreditation institution QUALITY IS KEY
  9. 9. ACTING IN CONCERT Partnership with the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) Setting up Centre for Connected Learning in Malta. Positioned as a hub for COL with EU on matters relating to digital education. Intention to extend any eventual of accreditation to digital education granted in Malta within the construct of theTransnational Qualification Framework promoted by COL Intention to promote TQF within 53 countries Intention to validate accreditation system with experts in EU and USA CONTEXT AWARENESS
  10. 10. CLEAR NEED Non-EU HEIs and Universities seeking accreditation Online degrees Blended courses Hybrids Partnerships between different HEIs New Entrants Focus on skills is changing the accreditation landscape Starting by investigating Levels 5 to 8 RESPONSE TO DEMAND
  11. 11. STUDENTS AT THE CENTRE Any system should be developed around the needs of the learner For portability and accreditation of education Irrespective of the mix between face to face and online, and irrespective of the domicile of the HEI Awareness that learners are starting to demand change Focus on skills is changing the accreditation landscape Starting by investigating Levels 6 to 8 LEARNER- CENTRIC LEARNER- DRIVEN
  12. 12. DEFINE Challenges to Quality System Design: Jurisidictional Quality Management Data and Trust
  13. 13. Jurisdictional Issues Effects of Unbundling Privacy and Protection Access to Data and Retention
  14. 14. Quality Management Issues – Defining a Course Contact Hours activity for the delivery of teaching, whereby teachers directly communicate knowledge to students, whether synchronously or asynchronously. Supervised Practice Hours activity whereby students have the opportunity to interact with teachers (such learner supervision, coaching or mentoring), whether synchronously or asynchronously. Self-Study Hours activity where the learner understands and applies knowledge on their own.
  15. 15. Quality Management - Types of Teaching Activities Purpose of the Contact Hours Traditional Tool Digital Learning Tool Transmitting Knowledge (i.e. the teachers' interpretation of information) from the teacher to the student using a variety of media Lecture Video-lecture Answering student queries In-Class Questions In-Office Visits Synchronous Communication Tools (chat, video-conferencing, etc) Asynchronous Communication Tools (e-mail, forums, etc) Supporting Students in Learning Processes Workshops. Workshops performed over synchronous communication tools Checking student knowledge In-Class interaction (raising of hands, etc) Formative assessment questionnaires built into a learning management system
  16. 16. IDEATE Some Scenarios
  17. 17. MALTA: SCENARIOS ENABLED BY ACCREDITATION FULL (E)CREDIT PORTABILITY MAPPING OF MOOCS TO EQF PLUG AND PLAY QUALITY SYSTEMS CENTER OF EXCELLENCE NEW TECHNOLOGY PLAYGROUND INCREASED STUDENT OPPORTUNITY
  18. 18. Thank You Anthony F. Camilleri anthony@knowledgeinnovation.eu Alex Grech alex.grech@strategyworks.net This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Download presentation from slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/anthonycamilleri
  19. 19. MALTA DIGITAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE THE STATE OF DIGITAL EDUCATION. ENGAGING WITH CONNECTED, BLENDED AND OPEN LEARNING 19-20th January 2017 EU PLAs for Digital Skills & Competences and Higher Education on 18th January 2017
  20. 20. BRYAN ALEXANDER FUTURIST CABLE GREEN CREATIVE COMMONS J. PHILIPP SCHMIDT MIT MEDIA LAB BALAJI VENKATARAMAN COMMONWEALTH OF LEARNING CATHERINE MONGENET FRANCE UNIVERSITE’ NUMERIQUE RUSSELL BEALE FUTURELEARN JEFF HAYWOOD UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH ANDREIA INAMORATO DOS SANTOS IPTS
  21. 21. CONFERENCE FOCUS AREAS THE STATE OF DIGITAL EDUCATION SYSTEMS FOR ACCREDIT- ATION AND QUALITY ASSURANCE OPEN EDUCATION RESOURCES EDUCATORS DIGITAL PEDAGOGY SKILLS FUTURE TRENDS BEST PRACTICES IN POLICY DESIGN DIGITAL EDUCATION CONTENT
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In response to an increased demand from education providers, including offshore educational providers, the Maltese Government has decided to examine the design of a national accreditation system for e-learning in Higher Education, with particular emphasis on non-traditional forms of education such as MOOCs. This presentation describes the first two steps of a design thinking approach, to consider the challenges and opportunities which are informing the thinking of policy-makers, and examines the scenarios which may arise out of each one, with the aim of providing a basis for future ideation, prototyping and testing of an accreditation system. Delivered at the EDEN Annual Conference in Budapest, 17th June 2016

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