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Vision for Innovation in
      Technology
        Barry Dahl
   Lake Superior College
Lake Superior College
 Duluth, Minnesota
ITC - North Central States
My Websites and blogs

Finding my Stuff
Clickers: Re: Computer Technology
Clickers: iPhones and Web 2.0
How cool is the
  iPhone?
iPhone Lock Down
Who’s more creative?
 You, or the average
    6-year-old?
Clickers: Schools Suck the Creativity
                Out
Ken Robinson Book
Is Second Life the
coolest thing ever?
Underwater Presentations
Lingo Lesson:
 MUVE
Lingo Lesson:
Web 2.0
Web 2.0 Word Cloud
Clickers: Web 2.0 Usage
Web 2.0 Graphic




Frankly my dear, most people just don’t give a damn
Web 2.0 – Billions of non-users




Frankly my dear, most people just don’t give a damn
Remind me – how
many were born in
  1980 or after?
Generations
Net Generation
Next Generation
Nexters
Texters
Generation Y
Generation Why
Millennials
Digital Natives
Generation Now
iGeneration
Echo Boomers
Google
Generation
Nintendo
Generation
Trophy
Generation
Screenagers
That’s Crazy talk.
Let’s consolidate.
Digital
Net-Gennials
Digital
Net-Gennials
Facebook Generation
Tech Skills for Your People




      They have very few technology
       skills that we expect them to
         use in h...
Whose Problem is That?

 Whose problem
    is that?

    They have very few technology
     skills that we expect them to
...
Web 2.0 for the Net Generation?
 “Millennial users prefer online access and
  collaborative web-based environments in
  a...
Clickers: Web 2.0 & Net Gens
The Bible
Howe and Strauss
(2000) demonstrate
that the children of
boomers and of older
members of Generation
X are actual...
B.S.
These guys have no
idea what they’re
talking about. Most of
the book is pure
speculation and an
effort to find result...
About Those Digital Net-Gens
• Are students of today technologically
  competent, or just confident?

• Having no fear is ...
The Millennials are Here!
            “We need to figure
             out how they
             learn and change
         ...
Poppycock!!
• “We get to mold
  the way they learn
  to ensure that they
  have a
  productive, worth
  while future.
    ...
We Must Start Using Their Tools
                • If all the students use
                  Second Life – we should
      ...
We Must Start Using Their Tools
                • If all the students use
                  Second Life – we should
      ...
WRONG! Avoid the Creepy Treehouse
• n. A place, physical or
  virtual (e.g. online), built by
  adults with the intention ...
Clickers: Communications Tools
Clickers: Web 2.0 Accounts
Clickers: Social Networking Acocunts
Dogster Social Networking
E-Communications
• Email is for old people.
         • Various sources




• 95% of e-mail is spam.
         • Source: Spa...
E-Communications
• Facebook is for old people..


• Facebook growth market is
  the 35 and over crowd..
         • Source:...
E-Communications
• Twitter is for old people.


• Young adults (18-24) make up
  10% of Twitter population.
           Sou...
Clickers: regarding Twitter
Clickers: regarding Blogging
Blogging: This is not true
Clickers: online behavior
Lingo Lesson:
MMORPG
Is this Innovation or Insanity?
       Using WOW to teach a class
Culture, Gender, and Identity – taught with World of War...
Is this Innovation or Insanity?
  Using Guitar Hero to teach a class
History of Rock-n-Roll Music course – taught with Gui...
Clickers: cell phone usage
What is the future of students’ uses of
      mobile devices in higher education?
                       Choices:
   Big ...
Clickers: mobile devices
POLL EVERYWHERE
Pull out your cell phones.
Send short text message to 99503
Poll Results with Cell Phones
Clickers: Googled Yourself?
Lingo Lesson:
                     Cloud Computing
             Cloud
           Computing

CC Flickr photo by
ewen and do...
Lingo Lesson:
Digital Divide
Digital Divide – this one?
Digital Divide – or this one?
Clickers: Google Wave?
Innovation Comes in Waves
Cloud Computing
 Cloud computing is a style of computing in
  which dynamically scalable and often
  virtualized resource...
Moore’s Law Still in Effect
Higher Ed Moves Slowly
Barry Dahl
Lake Superior College
       barrydahl.com
 desire2blog.blogspot.com
  barrydahl@gmail.com
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Mi-ACE Mc-ICE Keynote - Vision for Innovation in Technology

  1. 1. Vision for Innovation in Technology Barry Dahl Lake Superior College
  2. 2. Lake Superior College Duluth, Minnesota
  3. 3. ITC - North Central States
  4. 4. My Websites and blogs Finding my Stuff
  5. 5. Clickers: Re: Computer Technology
  6. 6. Clickers: iPhones and Web 2.0
  7. 7. How cool is the iPhone?
  8. 8. iPhone Lock Down
  9. 9. Who’s more creative? You, or the average 6-year-old?
  10. 10. Clickers: Schools Suck the Creativity Out
  11. 11. Ken Robinson Book
  12. 12. Is Second Life the coolest thing ever?
  13. 13. Underwater Presentations
  14. 14. Lingo Lesson: MUVE
  15. 15. Lingo Lesson: Web 2.0
  16. 16. Web 2.0 Word Cloud
  17. 17. Clickers: Web 2.0 Usage
  18. 18. Web 2.0 Graphic Frankly my dear, most people just don’t give a damn
  19. 19. Web 2.0 – Billions of non-users Frankly my dear, most people just don’t give a damn
  20. 20. Remind me – how many were born in 1980 or after?
  21. 21. Generations
  22. 22. Net Generation
  23. 23. Next Generation
  24. 24. Nexters
  25. 25. Texters
  26. 26. Generation Y
  27. 27. Generation Why
  28. 28. Millennials
  29. 29. Digital Natives
  30. 30. Generation Now
  31. 31. iGeneration
  32. 32. Echo Boomers
  33. 33. Google Generation
  34. 34. Nintendo Generation
  35. 35. Trophy Generation
  36. 36. Screenagers
  37. 37. That’s Crazy talk. Let’s consolidate.
  38. 38. Digital Net-Gennials
  39. 39. Digital Net-Gennials
  40. 40. Facebook Generation
  41. 41. Tech Skills for Your People They have very few technology skills that we expect them to use in higher education.
  42. 42. Whose Problem is That? Whose problem is that? They have very few technology skills that we expect them to use in higher education.
  43. 43. Web 2.0 for the Net Generation?  “Millennial users prefer online access and collaborative web-based environments in addition to physical facilities.”  “This is also critically important for Millennials as they are overwhelmingly embracing these types of Web 2.0 content.” (June 2006) Source: Marketing Library Services to Millennials: A New Paradigm for Library and Information Service Providers, by Timothy Daniels and Robert H. McDonald (Educause)
  44. 44. Clickers: Web 2.0 & Net Gens
  45. 45. The Bible Howe and Strauss (2000) demonstrate that the children of boomers and of older members of Generation X are actually harder workers and better community builders than any generation since the G.I. Generation (born 1901- 1924)
  46. 46. B.S. These guys have no idea what they’re talking about. Most of the book is pure speculation and an effort to find results that match their own predictions in a previous book where they wrote about what they thought this generation would be.
  47. 47. About Those Digital Net-Gens • Are students of today technologically competent, or just confident? • Having no fear is not the same as having knowledge or skill. Source: Oblinger & Hawkins, Educause
  48. 48. The Millennials are Here! “We need to figure out how they learn and change the education model so that it works for them.” Anonymous, near-quote
  49. 49. Poppycock!! • “We get to mold the way they learn to ensure that they have a productive, worth while future. Anonymous, near-quote
  50. 50. We Must Start Using Their Tools • If all the students use Second Life – we should teach in Second Life. • If all the students use Facebook – we should figure out how to teach with Facebook. • If all the students are texting, we should send them text messages.
  51. 51. We Must Start Using Their Tools • If all the students use Second Life – we should teach in Second Life. • If all the students use Facebook – we should figure out how to teach with Facebook. • If all the students are texting, we should send them text messages.
  52. 52. WRONG! Avoid the Creepy Treehouse • n. A place, physical or virtual (e.g. online), built by adults with the intention of luring in kids. • n. Any institutionally- created, operated, or controlled environment in which participants are lured in either by mimicking pre- existing open or naturally formed environments, or by force, through a system of punishments or rewards. http://flexknowlogy.learningfield.org CC Photo by Chris Shiflett
  53. 53. Clickers: Communications Tools
  54. 54. Clickers: Web 2.0 Accounts
  55. 55. Clickers: Social Networking Acocunts
  56. 56. Dogster Social Networking
  57. 57. E-Communications • Email is for old people. • Various sources • 95% of e-mail is spam. • Source: Spam Links
  58. 58. E-Communications • Facebook is for old people.. • Facebook growth market is the 35 and over crowd.. • Source: InsideFacebook
  59. 59. E-Communications • Twitter is for old people. • Young adults (18-24) make up 10% of Twitter population. Source: comScore
  60. 60. Clickers: regarding Twitter
  61. 61. Clickers: regarding Blogging
  62. 62. Blogging: This is not true
  63. 63. Clickers: online behavior
  64. 64. Lingo Lesson: MMORPG
  65. 65. Is this Innovation or Insanity? Using WOW to teach a class Culture, Gender, and Identity – taught with World of Warcraft CC Flickr photo by glenn.batuyong
  66. 66. Is this Innovation or Insanity? Using Guitar Hero to teach a class History of Rock-n-Roll Music course – taught with Guitar Hero CC Flickr photo By 5th Ape
  67. 67. Clickers: cell phone usage
  68. 68. What is the future of students’ uses of mobile devices in higher education? Choices:  Big Future! Mobile devices, including cell phones will be used in many ways for learning and building connections with the college.  No future! Mobile devices, including cell phones are totally inadequate for learning and building connections with the college.
  69. 69. Clickers: mobile devices
  70. 70. POLL EVERYWHERE Pull out your cell phones. Send short text message to 99503
  71. 71. Poll Results with Cell Phones
  72. 72. Clickers: Googled Yourself?
  73. 73. Lingo Lesson: Cloud Computing Cloud Computing CC Flickr photo by ewen and donabel
  74. 74. Lingo Lesson: Digital Divide
  75. 75. Digital Divide – this one?
  76. 76. Digital Divide – or this one?
  77. 77. Clickers: Google Wave?
  78. 78. Innovation Comes in Waves
  79. 79. Cloud Computing  Cloud computing is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet. Users need not have knowledge of, expertise in, or control over the technology infrastructure in the quot;cloudquot; that supports them.  The term cloud is used as a metaphor for the Internet. (Source: Wikipedia)
  80. 80. Moore’s Law Still in Effect
  81. 81. Higher Ed Moves Slowly
  82. 82. Barry Dahl Lake Superior College barrydahl.com desire2blog.blogspot.com barrydahl@gmail.com

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