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October 15, 2012

Welcome to Week 2: Net Pedagogy

Our topic for week 2 of CFHE12 is net pedagogy. This week we'll consider the ways that the teaching/learning relationship is changing as a result of the internet. We have a busy week planned with guest presenters. More information can be found here: https://edfuture.desire2learn.com/d2l/lms/content/home.d2l?ou=6609 

We've started to add views from different parts of the world: https://edfuture.desire2learn.com/d2l/lms/content/home.d2l?ou=6609 . These include reflections from educators in different parts of the world. We'll add several perspectives each week...

Finally, we would appreciate your thoughts on how we can improve CFHE12. Comments can be added to this gdoc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dUZBKYXhSCRW8kA55zsUzJGN42yh-ZJ6lkdJtJ-HnAM/edit

 

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Participants' Blog Posts

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Confluence of Business, Government and Education in Higher Ed
grandprospirator, grandprospirator
  Created a vlog in response to some of the reading in the first week of #CFHE12 on some of the change pressures to higher education including: Trends, Disruptive Forces, Opportunities. One of the keys that I see is a confluence between the spheres of business, government and education. Would love any comments or feedback [...] [Link] Fri, 12 Oct 2012 07:24:08 +0000 [Comment]

tectonic changes
T, lucidTranslucent
As leituras da semana 1 do CFHE12 , que enfrento por curiosidade, são mobilizantes e deixo aqui uma síntese do que para mim foi interessante.As mudanças de cenário que acontecem, através da tecnologia, sem dúvida influenciam o ensino superior.Pelo visto há uma diminuição das verbas destinadas às Universidades, ao lado do empobrecimento dos professores.Os alunos em formação ainda são formatados, disciplinados a uma obediência, ... [Link] 2012-10-08T19:14:00.001-07:00 [Comment]

Postmodality
T, lucidTranslucent
Faço parte de um curso universitário bimodal (misto, híbrido), com 01 encontro semanal programado para os alunos.Estes cursos perante as leituras desta semana 2 são apresentados como estratégias poderosas e tem como um fator primordial a possibilidade de oferecer avaliação contínua para os alunos e tutores.Mas ao refletir, sobre o meu curso, creio que as causas apontam alguns itens diferenciados, que foram passíveis de enfrentamento, como o despreparo dos alunos perante a tecnologia, ao... [Link] 2012-10-15T10:21:00.001-07:00 [Comment]

The view from here
Music for Deckchairs, Music for Deckchairs
Here come the planes They’re American planes.  Made in America. (Laurie Anderson, O Superman) Being a terrifically slow learner, I’ve signed up for another MOOC.  In my defense, I enrolled a while back and forgot, and now it’s come around … Continue reading → [Link] Sat, 13 Oct 2012 11:14:12 +0000 [Comment]

Introductory thoughts on #CFHE12
andrewvann, Andy Vann blog on #cfhe12 edfuture MOOC
Overview This blog is a spin-off from my main blog to record thoughts about the CFHE12 MOOC on the current/future state of higher education in which I am doing my best to participate.  The blog is probably more for me than readers although it might help some others get a sense of what’s going on [...] [Link] Sun, 14 Oct 2012 22:48:44 +0000 [Comment]

#CFHE12 – Some highlights from Week 1
allyn@learnilities.com.au, www.learnilities.com.au
Working out how to drink from the fire hydrant is probably the most important skill for a cMOOC. But then, that is the way of the web... You can’t engage with all of it, so you have to find the … Continue reading → [Link] Sun, 14 Oct 2012 07:00:47 +0000 [Comment]

#CFHE12 – Establishing the Baseline...
allyn@learnilities.com.au, www.learnilities.com.au
*(This is not a normal post. It is long and is a personal collection of the baseline issues) There were many reasons to join the Current/Future State of Higher Education MOOC. While I have been following the development of the … Continue reading → [Link] Fri, 12 Oct 2012 06:25:43 +0000 [Comment]

Denominators Matter
Marc Lentini, Malapert on scriptogr.am
In other parts of my life, I'm a big fan of Lenore Skenazy's Free-Range Kids and Bruce Schneier's take on security. Skenazy writes about risks to kids, vs. perceived risks to kids. Schneier writes in a similar vein about terrorism. For instance, we drive kids to school to protect them from being killed by strangers, but statistics show about 50 kids are killed by strangers annually, and 1400 are killed as car passengers. (And there are 70 million kids in the US. Someone else can d... [Link] Fri, 12 Oct 2012 09:45:00 -0400 [Comment]

First, examine your assumptions
Marc Lentini, Malapert on scriptogr.am
I was trying to explain CFHE12 to someone the other day, and they posed the challenge: "Is higher ed really failing?" And it took me a while to respond. Higher education institutions continue to do many great things. We continue to turn out graduates, many of whom turn out to be highly successful at what they set out to do. Universities continue to create fascinating basic research, advanced technologies, new knowledge in many fields. And yes, the news loves a good exception: a corrupt administr... [Link] Wed, 10 Oct 2012 14:58:00 -0400 [Comment]

Owning the advice, not the decision
brainysmurf1234, Connecting the dots
It must be the full moon.  And the fact that I have been out of the company of like-minded #change11, #cck12, #ds106 and #fslt12 moocers for too long now.  Perhaps #oped12 and #cfhe12 will appreciate this as well… This week has been one headache after another as I attempt to share what I consider to be [...] [Link] Thu, 30 Aug 2012 17:58:51 +0000 [Comment]

Hurray, it’s time for two new moocs! #oped12 and #cfhe12
brainysmurf1234, Connecting the dots
I wonder if the alumni of #change11, #cck12, #ds106 and #fslt12 are looking for new opportunities to interact with international networks of learning professionals?  If so, check out these two new moocs: 1. New this week through to the end of November (12 weeks) is Openness in Education #oped12  - see  http://open.mooc.ca/  2. Starting October 8 to mid-November (six-weeks) is Current/Future [...] [Link] Mon, 10 Sep 2012 14:47:06 +0000 [Comment]

F3.1 Friday’s Favourite Finds
brainysmurf1234, Connecting the dots
Today, I’m celebrating my 50th blog post with a new weekly habit.  Feel free to share with others who are outside of #oped12 and #cfhe12 as you wish. F3.1 – Friday’s Favourite Finds On my Kindle: Daring Greatly by Brené Brown, expert on vulnerability and shame resilience. The Busy Trap – an eye-opener about chronic busy-ness with [...] [Link] Fri, 12 Oct 2012 19:19:13 +0000 [Comment]

Meine MOOC-Pläne (Teil 1) - #CFHE12
Dörte Giebel, LernKult 2.0
Gestern (8. Oktober) startete der neueste cMOOC von Georg Siemens "Current/Future State of Higher Education". Gleichzeitig rollt eine MOOC-Welle aus Nordamerika über die Welt hinweg, von der sich Aberzigtausende mitreißen lassen - so auch ich: Auch ich habe mich also zusätzlich zum #CFHE12 bei Kursen auf Coursera.org und Venture-Lab.org angemeldet, die in Kürze starten, unter anderem für "Designing a New Learning Environment" (Start: 15. Oktober) - beides Angebote im xMOOC-Stil der Stanford... [Link] 2012-10-09T08:57:00.000+02:00 [Comment]

1. Live-Event beim #CFHE12 mit Jeff Selingo
Dörte Giebel, LernKult 2.0
Soeben ging die erste Live-Online-Event beim MOOC "Current/Future State of Higher Education" zu Ende - ein zwanzigminütiger Powerpoint-Vortrag von Jeff Selingo (@jselingo / Podcast / Chronicle-Artikel) über die fünf umwälzlerischen Kräfte, die seiner Einschätzung nach Higher Education für immer verändern werden. Und das sind: Die größte revolutionäre Kraft steckt laut Selingo in den Fragen nach der Wertigkeit, die seitens der Studierenden immer lauter werden:Erschreckend sind... [Link] 2012-10-10T23:34:00.000+02:00 [Comment]

Unbundling the University Experience
olavur, Putting Energy Into Learning
Universities are seeing their costs increasing and their income stable or decreasing, as public funding of higher education is put under pressure, and the ability of students to pay for their education is being reduced. Paradoxically, one of the main reasons for this financial pressure is the increased demand of the product offered. Worldwide, more … Continue reading → [Link] Thu, 11 Oct 2012 21:27:22 +0000 [Comment]

#CFHE12: 3 Reasons why India will NOT lead EdTech in the 21st Century
Viplav Baxi, Viplav Baxi's Meanderings
In an interesting article in Forbes India by Joshua Kim titled 3 Reasons why India will lead EdTech in the 21st Century, Joshua argues that the next big thing in Education is going to be India. Josh believes that, firstly, “(T)he reason that the next technology revolution will occur in India is the degree to [...] [Link] Wed, 10 Oct 2012 22:26:31 +0000 [Comment]

Global Higher Education Trends
Ezra S F, Rants, Raves, and Rhetoric v4
According to Trends in Global Higher Education (PDF), we should pay attention to globalization, massification, Globalization is an interesting trend. As a college student, I enjoyed hanging out with international students and as an employer of student workers, half were international students. Exposure to different cultures, meaning values and perspectives and rituals and (the best) food was [...] [Link] Sat, 13 Oct 2012 20:19:05 +0000 [Comment]

Impressive Information Load
Ezra S F, Rants, Raves, and Rhetoric v4
Last week I finished the Power Searching With Google MOOC. A month ago a coworker pointed out Google now offers the software used by this MOOC. As a Desire2Learn database and application administrator, I was curious. So I signed up. And actually finished! On my emotional high, I signed up for Current/Future State of Education shortly before [...] [Link] Thu, 11 Oct 2012 02:09:19 +0000 [Comment]

'The only really necessary people in the education process now are the professor and the student.' - SCUP's Planning for Higher Ed Mojo
Terry Calhoun, Planning News & Resources | Scoop.it
In addition to managing SCUP's Mojo, we're also taking another MOOC, The Current/Future State of Higher Education 2012 (CFSHE12). It's being managed by the fellow who made the short MOOC video that we hope you have already watched, George Siemens. The quote above is from Jeffrey Selingo, of The Chronicle of Higher Education, quoted by a graduate student from a lecture by Selingo. The graduate student, Scott Studham, is also taking the #CFHE12 MOOC, and is posting his note... [Link] 2012-10-15T12:20:05Z [Comment]

'The only really necessary people in the education process now are the professor and the student.'
Terry Calhoun, Everyone's Blog Posts - SCUP's Planning for Higher Ed Mojo
The only really necessary people in the education process now are the professor and the student. In addition to managing SCUP's Mojo, we're also taking another MOOC,... [Link] [Comment]

cfhe12 - week 2: when world colide!
Apostolos K. ("AK"), Multilitteratus Incognitus
After a tittle like that, I feel like this blog ought to have a theme song ;-) Is this too dorky? Not dorky enough? Chime in through the comments :-)In any case, it's Week 2 of #cfhe12 and the topic of the week is New Pedagogies: New models for teaching and learning. I find it interesting (and ironic) that Blended Learning and Online Learning are considered "new pedagogies" and "new models." Even though I am currently undertaking 2 Blended Learning workshops (one MOOC #b... [Link] 2012-10-15T17:30:00.000-04:00 [Comment]

CFHE 2012 Impressions: My Bumpy Start to a MOOC on Future Trends in Higher Ed – ’505 Unread Discussion Messages’
JimS, Educational Technology and Change Journal
By Stefanie Panke Editor, Social Software in Education The Massive Open Online Course Edfuture 2012 (CFHE 2012, Current/Future State of Higher Education: An Open Online Course) started on October 8 and will be running for six consecutive weeks. Since I am currently working on an article about future trends in educational technology, I was very [...] [Link] Mon, 15 Oct 2012 18:37:31 +0000 [Comment]

Paywalls, the Open Movement, and DMCA
Rolin Moe, All MOOCs, All The Time
Just last week I discussed potential problems with having an academic, rigorous reading list in an open access course such as a cMOOC.  My main contention was peer-review, empirical research (or the lack thereof) in the cMOOCs, as academic research is most often published in academic journals, journals that exist as a checkpoint to determine [...] [Link] Mon, 15 Oct 2012 16:57:04 +0000 [Comment]

Of missiles, the three little pigs and the future of higher education (#CFHE12)
opendistanceteachingandlearning, opendistanceteachingandlearning
"... we no longer possess a home; we are repeatedly called upon to build and then rebuild one, like the three little pigs of the fairy tale, or we have to carry it along with us on our backs like … Continue reading → [Link] Mon, 15 Oct 2012 10:50:44 +0000 [Comment]

CFHE12 Week 1 Analysis: Twitter isn't so massive
Martin Hawksey, JISC CETIS MASHe
As I mentioned in Filtering a Twitter hashtag community for questions and responses I've been asked to do some analysis of the Current/Future State of Higher Education (CFHE12) course. Week 1 has mainly been about creating a toolchain that makes it easier to hit a button and get some insight. The focus has mainly been [...] [Link] Mon, 15 Oct 2012 01:28:26 +0000 [Comment]

Brainstorming in preparation for week two of CFHE12
Scholz, Lifelong Learner » CFHE12
I spent some time this weekend updating my mindmap for the open online course on the “Current/Future State of Higher Education”. Here are some of the items I came up with for the second week’s topic, “Net pedagogies: New models of teaching and learning”. 2 Net pedagogies (Oct 15-21) New models of teaching and learning 2.1 [...] [Link] Sun, 14 Oct 2012 23:05:02 +0000 [Comment]

Twitter Posts

If you use the 'CFHE12' tag on Twitter, your Twitter posts will be collected and listed here.

@barrydahl tweeted: The Net Pedagogy Portal link has been removed from Wk 2 readings for #CFHE12. Apparently, it's a goner. 2012-10-16T03:24:45Z

@barrydahl tweeted: U TX pays $5M to join EdY (correction, they point out that it's pronounced as "Ed X"). http://t.co/OqZShQTW #CFHE12 $5M? Chump change? 2012-10-16T03:27:02Z

@clairebrooks tweeted: RT @drpievann: RT @drpievann: Introductory thoughts on #CFHE12 http://t.co/5JrHUC9h 2012-10-16T02:07:25Z

@robinwb tweeted: @barrydahl Net pedagogy portal - just down or not a good link? from week 2 of #cfhe12 http://t.co/S1GctpvI 2012-10-16T01:57:33Z

@robinwb tweeted: Must read! When the Social Meets the Semantic: Social Semantic Web or Web 2.5 #cfhe12 http://t.co/2BirdRYA 2012-10-16T01:07:39Z

@robinwb tweeted: @geoffcain what a radical statement :-) #cfhe12 I agree 2012-10-16T00:58:38Z

@scholz tweeted: Great Storify of Siva Vaidhyanathan #CFHE12 talk on #MOOCs. Does anyone know if a recoring will be made available? http://t.co/fjPa4Lsf 2012-10-16T00:47:19Z

@whitneykilgore tweeted: OMG! Big blue whale of a time. Should have been a MOOC, they are MASSIVE with unlimited capacity! #cfhe12 http://t.co/BcZA4l1P 2012-10-16T00:45:52Z

@qui_oui tweeted: RT @barrydahl: RT @barrydahl: Another country added to #CFHE12 - go to Content >> Higher Ed Around the World >> New Zealand https://t.co/Y ... 2012-10-15T21:55:50Z

@barrydahl tweeted: Another country added to #CFHE12 - go to Content >> Higher Ed Around the World >> New Zealand https://t.co/Y8f0u5yX 2012-10-15T21:12:30Z

@AJCann tweeted: Can universities afford to stay single any longer? http://t.co/gWr3oT8N #cfhe12 2012-10-15T19:54:54Z

@KateMfD tweeted: RT @BryanAlexander If markets find bypasses, are MOOCs occupying desire paths, @richde ? #cfhe12 < this is a great question. Whose desire? 2012-10-15T19:52:06Z

@BryanAlexander tweeted: Note that @richde saw liberal arts institutions having the hardest time ahead, @meg_stewart #CFHE12 2012-10-15T19:40:54Z

@wedaman tweeted: RT @BryanAlexander: RT @BryanAlexander: "intercollegiate athletics sap the lifeblood from higher education" - @richde #CFHE12 2012-10-15T20:23:01Z

@SarahRLinden tweeted: "Using technology to give students 'control of their interactions' has a positive effect on student http://t.co/pGins8Y9 #cfhe12 #edtech 2012-10-15T20:04:05Z

@pathogenomenick tweeted: RT @AJCann: RT @AJCann: Can universities afford to stay single any longer? http://t.co/gWr3oT8N #cfhe12 2012-10-15T19:56:17Z

@gsiemens tweeted: @richde experimentation stopped in US higher education stopped about 50 years ago #cfhe12 2012-10-15T18:41:58Z

@BryanAlexander tweeted: Another question for @richde: if higher ed's business model is flawed, what about state support? k-12 funnel + gov financing #cfhe12 2012-10-15T18:51:32Z

@BryanAlexander tweeted: If markets find bypasses, are MOOCs occupying desire paths, @richde ? #cfhe12 2012-10-15T18:50:12Z

@pmbaker1 tweeted: Now: #CFHE12 speaker Rich DeMillo @richde Abelard to Apple: Fate of American College &amp; Universities: http://t.co/8r7x7UgX via @praxics @C21U 2012-10-15T18:49:02Z

@umdatalib tweeted: “@UMNews: #UMN ranks no. 20 for fundraising among colleges. #UMNproud http://t.co/zT7c8zGG via @WCCO” {ironic reading this during #cfhe12 } 2012-10-15T18:48:07Z

@VolkmarLa tweeted: CFHE 2012 Impression: My Bumpy Start to a MOOC on Future Trends in Higher Ed’ | @scoopit http://t.co/VA2wbTyx by S. Panke #cfhe12 #mooc 2012-10-15T18:44:01Z

@avron tweeted: Faculty must re-think the value of what they do and try to create an institution that delivers that value. Great talk by @richde in #CFHE12 2012-10-15T19:11:59Z

@meg_stewart tweeted: Interesting hearing @richde talk about liberal arts colleges "value", the point of climbing walls &amp; big-time sports on campus #CFHE12 2012-10-15T19:10:42Z

@geoffcain tweeted: My notes from today's #CFHE12 presentation "From Abelard to Apple" with Richard DeMillo: http://t.co/mdn82Ebc #mooc #edchat 2012-10-15T19:08:47Z

@BryanAlexander tweeted: "intercollegiate athletics sap the lifeblood from higher education" - @richde #CFHE12 2012-10-15T19:03:44Z

@BryanAlexander tweeted: "Small liberal arts colleges have the steepest hill to climb", says @richde. The "hardest case to make for value proposition." #cfhe12 2012-10-15T18:58:19Z

@BryanAlexander tweeted: @richde emphasizes institutional differentiation, a la Christensen #cfhe12 2012-10-15T18:54:27Z

@KAGE999 tweeted: In an online session, R. DeMillo describes developing forms of Education and challenge for many institutions #CFHE12 #Technology #Education 2012-10-15T18:53:07Z

@scholz tweeted: Brainstorming in preparation for week two of #CFHE12 (#mindmap) http://t.co/gkRbWjSh 2012-10-15T19:21:36Z

@geoffcain tweeted: I think a lot of the "critiques" of MOOCs are about defining them in such a way as to preserve the gatekeeper role of elite HE. #cfhe12 2012-10-15T19:12:34Z

@gsiemens tweeted: @richde will be presenting for #cfhe12 in a few minutes: register to join here: https://t.co/dhtbarrg 2012-10-15T18:26:45Z

@scholz tweeted: Yes! @gsiemens Drives me nuts that people have to register for @gotowebinar sessions. Time to go with Google Hangouts? #cfhe12 2012-10-15T18:25:22Z

@dieGoerelebt tweeted: @gsiemensOh yes, lets move to Google+ Hangouts! MOOCS can do what RedBull did with the space jump, for sure! :-) #CFHE12 2012-10-15T18:19:25Z

@gsiemens tweeted: Drives me nuts that people have to register for @gotowebinar sessions. Time to go with Google Hangouts? #cfhe12 2012-10-15T18:11:15Z

@umdatalib tweeted: Seems to me key diff bt things like Udemy &amp; Coursera from higher ed is the importance of the degree _program_ in higher ed. #cfhe12 2012-10-15T17:47:32Z

@davecormier tweeted: RT @gsiemens: RT @gsiemens: @richde will be presenting for #cfhe12 in a few minutes: register to join here: https://t.co/dhtbarrg 2012-10-15T18:30:38Z

@gsiemens tweeted: RT @PaulMBaker: RT @PaulMBaker: #CFHE12 guest speaker Rich DeMillo @richde "Abelard to Apple: The Fate of American College &amp; Universities | @barryda ... 2012-10-15T18:27:21Z

@PaulMBaker tweeted: #CFHE12 guest speaker Rich DeMillo @richde "Abelard to Apple: The Fate of American College &amp; Universities | @barrydahl: http://t.co/mNeetYCW 2012-10-15T18:26:46Z

@veecam tweeted: RT @eskolius: Reason behind our #PISA success http://t.co/CJftwBSQ #education #cfhe12 2012-10-15T17:22:55Z

@umdatalib tweeted: Catching up on #cfhe12 reading. Finding the anti-immigrant comments and this article generally off-putting: http://t.co/C2a8zIjI 2012-10-15T16:43:18Z

@eskolius tweeted: Reason behind our #PISA success http://t.co/wjUAwQN8 #education #cfhe12 2012-10-15T16:19:05Z

@barrydahl tweeted: 2 hrs away: #CFHE12 guest speaker Rich DeMillo @richde "Abelard to Apple: The Fate of American College &amp; Universities https://t.co/88jlrW7K 2012-10-15T14:53:42Z

@barrydahl tweeted: Guest speakers every day this week for #CFHE12 - on Wednesday: Yvonne Simon (SNHU) &amp; Fred Hurst (NAU) - register now- https://t.co/7ChdBKIc 2012-10-15T14:50:55Z

@BryanAlexander tweeted: One possible future for education: 1% draw resources to their children's, while draining .edu for the rest. http://t.co/YVWIIRl4 #CFHE12 2012-10-15T14:12:53Z

@larrylugo tweeted: #CFHE12 This week: net pedagogy or ways that Internet is influencing teaching/learning relationship http://t.co/pkQ4MkO9 @omiratia @raymarq 2012-10-15T14:25:41Z

@barrydahl tweeted: Sorry - 1st global perspectives tweet had same link pasted twice. New tweet is correct - or just use the page back button in Content #CFHE12 2012-10-15T13:00:23Z

@barrydahl tweeted: Added to #CFHE12 Global Perspectives: China by Jiao Jianli - https://t.co/aJq0svo7 and India #2 by Madan Padaki - https://t.co/AhW2xucM 2012-10-15T12:58:44Z

@johnfontaine tweeted: RT @barrydahl: RT @barrydahl: Funding for many public U's: from 'state-supported' to 'state-assisted' to 'state-related' to 'state-located.' #CFHE12 ht ... 2012-10-15T12:56:20Z

@barrydahl tweeted: Funding for many public U's: from 'state-supported' to 'state-assisted' to 'state-related' to 'state-located.' #CFHE12 http://t.co/lcfaJi5G 2012-10-15T12:32:47Z

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