Emerging Reality: Making sense new models of learning organisations

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CETIS Conference 2012
Wed 22 Feb:
11:15 Keynote: Ian Hughs
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Parallel Sessions
- QTI Codebash
- Education App Store
- The Learning Registry
- Thwarted or Embedded
- Data to Improve Student Retention
16:30 Keynote: Rob Abel
Thu 23 Feb:
09:15 Parallel Sessions
- Emerging Reality
- Open Badges
- QTI Demonstration
- Social Network Analysis
- Open Mic
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Plenary
14:15 Keynote: Prof. Mark Stubbs

A session in the 2012 JISC CETIS Conference


Facilitators: Christian Voigt (ZSI), Tore Hoel, Li Yuan, Adam Cooper

This session will consider political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental developments that are of relevance for technology use in learning, education and training and assess them for their potential impact on possible future learning paradigms. It will consider, for example, changes in: the attitude of society towards learning, business models for education providers, physical and virtual learning environments, attitudes towards assessment, the value learners place on recognition of learning, etc.

The outcomes of the workshop will contribute - alongside the findings from other workshops held in Continental Europe - to a report due in Autumn 2012 that will provide an overview and analysis of the most relevant social, political and economic developments and their significance as possible determinants of the success of emerging models for learning organisations.

(JISC Observatory B/TELMap)

Adam Cooper's outline of the Society of Scholar's scenario http://blogs.cetis.ac.uk/adam/2012/02/20/the-network-of-society-of-scholars-fiction/

Li Yuan's post on the "Open Higher Education" scenario http://blogs.cetis.ac.uk/cetisli/2012/03/15/%E2%80%9Copen-higher-education%E2%80%9D-a-scenario-from-the-tel-map-uk-he-cluster/