|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: Simon Grant, Adam Cooper
Timings are approximate and subject to alteration as the session unfolds!
The idea for this session is simple: get participants into the mindset where a large number of frameworks of skill, competence, etc. have been represented in a standard format and published electronically. To get people in the mood, we could quote partly from the new European Rethinking Education strategy. So, without getting bogged down by the current reality that there is very little there in any standard format, what possibilities does this open up? What if?
Envisage a world with (semantic) web-enabled learning outcome and competence definitions and structures. Imagine...
Each person will be invited to introduce themselves and their broad areas of interest briefly.
All these presentations will link to the role of a full skill/competency infrastructure. So far:
Having heard personal interests and presentations, pairs or threes will be in a good position to think up possible areas to flesh out visions for. Two pure guesses could be:
but more interesting, perhaps something different?
Simple voting for most popular ideas. Small groups formed around the two, three or four most popular topics, to get groups of 5 to 8 people.
Small groups will be asked to create a flip-chart presentation of their future scenario, perhaps including
Each small group to present ideas to others.
The key ideas will feed in to reporting on the session.