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ADEC Experience and Best Works on Learning Shapes the World The World Shapes Realizing Who, What, Where, When, Why, How Propelling Learning, Science, Access… Whenever, Wherever Developing Worldwide Systems Collaboratories Vital Arranging Innovative work
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ADEC Experience & Best Practices Learning Shapes the World

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The World Shapes Learning Who, What, Where, When, Why, How

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ADEC Vision To give reasonable science based worldwide access to advanced education learning assets, projects, courses, degrees and exploration opportunities

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ADEC Mission Assists part establishments to wind up completely occupied with ADEC, a universal consortium of instructive organizations and associations, and gives temperate separation training projects and administrations by means of the most recent and most proper data advances

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ADEC Programs Designed for dynamic and compelling learning Support the needs of learners Develop and keep up the mechanical and human framework Sustain managerial and hierarchical responsibility

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Institutional Challenges Living with expanded rivalry and restricted financing Addressing new learners and techniques for learning Organizing inside for proficiency and viability; empowering development, participation and coordinated effort Managing Change – overcoming resistance

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ADEC Core Values Excellence is standard for all projects Diversity and incorporation that guarantees sex, racial and social parity Responsive and responsible to learners, groups and gatherings of people served World class programs that address worldwide issues Expand the general population attention to instructive projects and advantages

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ADEC Strategic Initiatives Global Science & Education Programs Disaster Relief and Homeland Security Innovation: Research & Development Human Capacity: Workforce Development & Commonwealth of Courses Digital Infrastructure (Digital Libraries and Knowledge Repositories)

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Sample Programs/Projects Western Hemisphere Initiative NSF Advanced Internet Satellite Extension Program China – Advanced Networking – Distance Education & Digital Libraries Educational Effectiveness Research and Best Practices E-Commerce

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Sample Program/Projects Cooperative Agreement with USDA National Agricultural Library – Development of Thesaurus in Spanish for Latin America and Mexico Strategic Planning with Latin American Institutions Sloan Foundation Partnership: Minority Serving Institutions, CAM, Leadership

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Sloan and ADEC Partnership The Pillars Learning Effectiveness Student Satisfaction Access Faculty Development Cost Effectiveness

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The Book: NSF Results

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Digital Inclusion Communities Connections Costs Options

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Teaching & Learning with Technology E-learning Online learning Blended Learning Distance Learning

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ROI Benchmarking Accountability Values and Ethics

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E-Science Field Stations Collaboratories Transparency Visualization Simulation

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Academic Trends - Global Knowledge and data becoming exponentially – nobody can be master – systems discriminating Instruction is turning out to be more learner focuses, non-straight and self coordinated Growing accentuation on scholarly responsibility exhibit competency Outsourcing and associations expanding

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E-Learning to Change the World Survey November 2004 – philanthropies and affiliations Entering the Mainstream: Quality and Extent of Online Education in the U.S. 2003 and 2004-Sloan-C A Nation Online: Entering the Broadband Era Sept. 2004 – U.S. Dept. of Commerce

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Key Findings Widespread Use of E-Learning: 54% of respondent associations are utilizing or wanting to utilize this year – 36% more are intrigued Vast greater part of associations fulfilled: 88% Wide mixed bag of employments: self-managed E-Learning most regular Key advantages: accommodation, get to and cost adequacy

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Sloan C Survey Approximately two million understudies examining Online enlistment development anticipated that would quicken

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Sloan C (cont.) Students as fulfilled by online as eye to eye Schools trust internet learning is discriminating to their long haul methodology Three quarters of scholastic pioneers at open schools and colleges trust that web learning quality is equivalent to or better than eye to eye direction

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Online Learning Continuum No web learning substance: TRADITIONAL 1-29% may utilize a CMS, pages, modules, virtual field trips, reenactment, perception to little degree: WEB ENHANCED 30-79% Substantial extent of substance is conveyed online: BLENDED/HYBRID 80%+ Little or no vis-à-vis: ONLINE

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Learner Centered – Active Learning Pew Grant Lessons Learned Continuous evaluation and input Student-to-understudy talk and tasks Interactive learning modules Use of undergrad learning collaborators Increase adaptability yet understudies need structure Student focused solid learning arrangement with particular authority segments and breakthroughs of accomplishment

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Pew Lessons Learned (cont) Online course administration framework Online instructional exercises Online CMC framework Online mechanized appraisal of activities, tests and tests Shared assets – joint effort and organizations – don’t do it all locally

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Pew Lessons Learned (cont) Increase proficiency: bigger understudy enlistments, mixed classes, decrease expenses, merge areas and courses Faculty why should willing utilize a proper mix of homegrown and free or bought taking in materials from others have an expansive head begin – basic achievement component

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Today’s Learners The current understudy is keen on web adapting, little modules and short programs…and in discovering that should be possible at home and fitted around work, family and social commitments (Tony Bates)

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Learners Today Information-age learners lean toward doing to knowing, experimentation to rationale and writing to penmanship. Multitasking is a lifestyle for them, staying associated is vital and there is zero resistance for deferrals. Advanced education incorporates content as well as picture and screen proficiency – it includes exploring data and gathering information from pieces (Oblinger; Jones and Pritchard)

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Today’s Adult Learner Pragmatic, issue solver Self-coordinated and objective and significance arranged – they require the method of reasoning for what they are realizing. They are persuaded by expert progression, outside desires, the need to better serve others, social connections, and immaculate enthusiasm for the subject.

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Items Being Studied Completion and standards for dependability Maturity and learner inspiration Division of work – unbundling workforce part – new sorts of instructional staff – changes – group including executives, instructional originators,

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What It Means to Pioneer Be first or right on time in settling new territory…..first mover People who open up a zone or set up the way

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Indigenous Knowledge Learning from the system\'s edges Sharing and trade progressively

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A Flat World • World has been straightened by merging of political occasions, developments and organizations

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The World Is Flat “I would preferably be a virtuoso conceived in China than a normal gentleman conceived in Poughkeepsie” – Bill Gates Virtual World – China and India pose a potential threat We can’t stop the wave We can improve in such a large number of ways - rich – poor partition Soaring medicinal services costs – trouble in worldwide race

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Pioneers: Early & On-Time Take dangers Learn from oversights Build the foundation Don’t surrender!

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Myths & Tall Tales There is nothing at the edges of net It’s about innovation It’s BW & feature addresses

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Myths & Tall Tales It’s just for the youthful/teenagers We are building devices that fit the need, user,”hand” Distance ed is not as great Regulation is benevolent

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The Journey Continued Cyber foundation Collaborations Wireless/Anywhere Blurring examination/training

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On Campus Workforce Retirees International New Distance Education Immigrants

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Clicks & Mortar

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Leading for Access & Success Know society Read setting Just in time Share magnificence Build trust Connect

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Leading for Access & Success Learn from missteps Be responsible Build trust & certainty Construct associations Broker ability

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Leadership Leverage Points Leadership group sets up framework level (high) points and benchmarks for consistent change Aligns framework measures (straightforward), methodology and tasks in an administration learning framework Leadership level leads a trusting aware appraisal

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Leadership Leverage Points Get the right group with the right aptitudes on the campaign Be sure your budgetary patrons are in for whole deal Shared initiative means drawing in key individuals from the four societies Keep building inward capacity

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Mainstreaming & Sustainability Student Services Institutional Evaluation Admissions Financial Aid Advising Library

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Digital Libraries Knowledge Repositories Institutional Infrastructure Open & Decentralized Bridging Greenstone & DSpace=StoneD

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Materials for “e” Dissertations E-prints Proceedings PPT Slides Tech Reports Working Papers E-books

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Journals Newspapers Data Sets Special Collections Museum Collections Online Materials

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Going Digital Publications Musical scores Records Exhibitions Images Performances Audio Transcripts Moving pictures Maps

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