New Literacies for New Academic Environments

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  1. 1. New Literacies for New Academic Environments Adam Papendieck 4 June 2012 Kigali
  2. 2. Evolving Academic Environment What should teaching and learning look like in 5 years? Distance Education Blended Learning Resource Sharing Virtual/ Open University College of Medical and Health Sciences One University New Research Affiliations Health Informatics
  3. 3. (Imaginary) Figure 1 The Olden Days Now Career A Career B WWW Number of Information Formats over Time
  4. 4. (Imaginary) Figure 2 The Olden Days Now Career A Career B WWW Number of Information Sources over Time
  5. 5. (Imaginary) Figure 3 The Olden Days Now Career A Career B WWW Variability in Information Quality over Time
  6. 6. (Imaginary) Figure 4 The Olden Days Now Career A Career B WWW Literacy Updates Required by Faculty and Students
  7. 7. New Literacies Source: UNESCO MIL Curriculum for Teachers http://goo.gl/DOpVH
  8. 8. How to Keep Pace? Certificates Ongoing Faculty Develop. Resource Sharing Personal Learning Networks Lifelong Learning Updated University Curriculum Innovation Forums Strategic Planning
  9. 9. Frameworks: NETS 1. Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity 2. Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments 3. Model Digital-Age Work and Learning 4. Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility From ISTE NETS-T: http://goo.gl/4Ngi7
  10. 10. Frameworks: UNESCO Source: UNESCO MIL Curriculum for Teachers http://goo.gl/DOpVH
  11. 11. Frameworks: UNESCO Source: UNESCO MIL Curriculum for Teachers http://goo.gl/DOpVH
  12. 12. New Literacies for the Unified Health Sciences: Four Projects New Literacies for Health Sciences Pedagogy and eLearning Improving how we teach and learn Curriculum Updating what we teach and learn Research and Professional Development Improving how we work, communicate and stay up to date Policy and Strategy Establishing how best to prepare students and faculty
  13. 13. New Literacies for Health Sciences Students Faculty Admin/Mgmt IT Staff Pedagogy and eLearning Improving how we teach and learn Curriculum Updating what we teach and learn Research and Professional Development Improving how we work, communicate and stay up to date Policy and Strategy Establishing how best to prepare students and faculty Concrete Capacity Building Activities
  14. 14. Photo Source: Life/Time Magazine: Ralph Morse
  15. 15. Discussion 1. What degree of face validity do each of the (Imaginary) Figures have? 2. What are the most significant changes on the horizon with regard to your Academic Environment? 3. What are some example capacity or strategy development activities which could be carried out under each of the Four Projects?