|CETIS Conference 2013|
|Tue 12 Mar:|
|10:30||Welcome: Paul Hollins|
|11:15||Keynote: Josie Fraser|
|-||IMS QTI v2.1|
|-||HE Information Landscape - Seize the Day|
|-||Open Practice and OER sustainability|
|-||Future of CETIS|
|Wed 13 Mar:|
|-||Open Innovation and Open Development|
|-||Skills and competence opportunities|
|-||Analytics and Institutional Capabilities|
|14:15||Keynote: Patrick McAndrew|
Facilitators: Paul Hollins, Li Yuan
CETIS are globally recognised as leading experts on interoperability and technology standards in learning, education and training. After over a decade supporting JISC innovation and projects a new future beckons for CETIS. From July we intend to work with a number of partners to support technology and standards innovation. So what should CETIS’s priorities be?
This session will start with identifying and understanding the impact of technologies and disruptive innovation on institutions, their students and teaching and learning today. A short version of the Delphiprocess will employed to identify emerging trends and the future technology landscape in education and predict as a group what technologies will have most impact on the short, medium and longer term in Higher Education in order to prepare institutions for the challenging future which awaits them.
The second part of the session will hear from a number of speakers who have, for many years been part of the CETIS family, on the opportunities available in the next five years and how future innovation will occur in the sector and where CETIS might contribute in this rapidly growing and changing field.