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The State of
Digital Education
Report from the conference
Anthony F. Camilleri
Openness and Equity in Digital
Education
open
Lesson 1
3
access
pedagogy
licenses
content
practices
open
Lesson 1
4
education is increasingly a reality
for more people
digital multiplies opportunities
Lesson 2
5
which the well-off are best positioned to take
advantage of
Lesson 2
6
In Europe access to Higher Education is inequitable
gender balance
net entry rates
entry via alternative routes...
Lesson 2
7
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
First stage
secondary
Tertiary
1970-1980 2000-2010
2125
Participation in Higher Educa...
Lesson 2
for digital to increase equity
8
we need better ideas
9
Systems for Accreditation & Quality
Assurance of Online Learning
Conclusion 3
10
Trust is about
Perception
Conclusion 3
11
We need to leave our
bubble to change
perceptions
Lesson 4
12
We have all the
technologies we need for
open quality, open
recognition, open
accreditation
Lesson 4
13
Accreditation & QA
of digital learning
are a scale-up problem
Innovation & Digital Pedagogies
Lesson 5
European Publicly Funded HE
is the real use case
for (original)
MOOCs
15
Lesson 6
Unbundling is
unstoppable
16
who will lead the
micro-credentials
revolution?
Lesson 7
(Digital) Pedagogies
are still immature
17
18
Teachers, learners
and digital education
There is a massive digital divide
within our institutions
Lesson 8
19
Lesson 9
Technology has already created
a global faculty and student body
20
Future trends in digital
education
21
Lesson 10
Are we resisting
change ourselves?
22
Lesson 10
Are we resisting
change ourselves?
23
“We share the societal aspiration that the
student body entering, particip...
The dominant paradigm in
looking at the future is
CHANGE
Lesson 11
24
The dominant paradigm in
looking at the future is
DISRUPTION
Lesson 11
25
The dominant paradigm in
looking at the future is
FEAR
Lesson 11
26
Best Practices in Policy Design
for Digital Education
27
• mainstreaming open access
• establishing quality assurance schemes
• establishing mechanisms for digital trust
verificat...
Lesson 12
What are the desirable
future scenarios for our
society?
What is digital
education’s role in
accelerating it?
29...
Lesson 13
The State of Digital Education Today is
reactive
30
Stop Reacting
T h e r o l e o f E d u c a t i o n i s t o L e a d
Lesson 13
31
Lesson 13
“There has never been a time
when people from across the
globe have to come together
to learn at this scale”
Jef...
What did you learn today?
anthony@knowledgeinnovation.eu
https://www.slideshare.net/anthonycamilleri/
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A Rapporteur's Summary and opinion of the State of Digital Education, based on the proceedings of the conference of the same name held in Attard, Malta on 19th-20th January 2017.

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The State of Digital Education: What I learned

  1. 1. The State of Digital Education Report from the conference Anthony F. Camilleri
  2. 2. Openness and Equity in Digital Education
  3. 3. open Lesson 1 3 access pedagogy licenses content practices
  4. 4. open Lesson 1 4 education is increasingly a reality for more people
  5. 5. digital multiplies opportunities Lesson 2 5 which the well-off are best positioned to take advantage of
  6. 6. Lesson 2 6 In Europe access to Higher Education is inequitable gender balance net entry rates entry via alternative routes participation based on occupational / educational background income gap of students ratios of foreign students A student from low socioeconomic background - less likely to attend Higher Education - likely to choose different courses of study - more likely to work during studies - far less likely to have a mobility experience
  7. 7. Lesson 2 7 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 First stage secondary Tertiary 1970-1980 2000-2010 2125 Participation in Higher Education based on parents’ income
  8. 8. Lesson 2 for digital to increase equity 8 we need better ideas
  9. 9. 9 Systems for Accreditation & Quality Assurance of Online Learning
  10. 10. Conclusion 3 10 Trust is about Perception
  11. 11. Conclusion 3 11 We need to leave our bubble to change perceptions
  12. 12. Lesson 4 12 We have all the technologies we need for open quality, open recognition, open accreditation
  13. 13. Lesson 4 13 Accreditation & QA of digital learning are a scale-up problem
  14. 14. Innovation & Digital Pedagogies
  15. 15. Lesson 5 European Publicly Funded HE is the real use case for (original) MOOCs 15
  16. 16. Lesson 6 Unbundling is unstoppable 16 who will lead the micro-credentials revolution?
  17. 17. Lesson 7 (Digital) Pedagogies are still immature 17
  18. 18. 18 Teachers, learners and digital education
  19. 19. There is a massive digital divide within our institutions Lesson 8 19
  20. 20. Lesson 9 Technology has already created a global faculty and student body 20
  21. 21. Future trends in digital education 21
  22. 22. Lesson 10 Are we resisting change ourselves? 22
  23. 23. Lesson 10 Are we resisting change ourselves? 23 “We share the societal aspiration that the student body entering, participating in and completing higher education at all levels should reflect the diversity of our populations” London ‘Bologna’ Communique’
  24. 24. The dominant paradigm in looking at the future is CHANGE Lesson 11 24
  25. 25. The dominant paradigm in looking at the future is DISRUPTION Lesson 11 25
  26. 26. The dominant paradigm in looking at the future is FEAR Lesson 11 26
  27. 27. Best Practices in Policy Design for Digital Education 27
  28. 28. • mainstreaming open access • establishing quality assurance schemes • establishing mechanisms for digital trust verification • training of teachers • supporting the development of micro-credentials • expanded use of distance and blended methodologies The Outlines of Immediate Policy Action are Clear 28 Lesson 11
  29. 29. Lesson 12 What are the desirable future scenarios for our society? What is digital education’s role in accelerating it? 29 •Learning to know •Learning to do •Learning to be •Learning to live together
  30. 30. Lesson 13 The State of Digital Education Today is reactive 30
  31. 31. Stop Reacting T h e r o l e o f E d u c a t i o n i s t o L e a d Lesson 13 31
  32. 32. Lesson 13 “There has never been a time when people from across the globe have to come together to learn at this scale” Jeff Haywood 32
  33. 33. What did you learn today? anthony@knowledgeinnovation.eu https://www.slideshare.net/anthonycamilleri/
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