Presentation on theme: "UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND 1977"— Presentation transcript:
1 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND 1977 InstructionalDesign SpecialistSubject MatterExpert(s)Subject MatterModeratorGraphicDesign SpecialistInstructionalTechnologySpecialistAudio-visualMedia SpecialistMULTI - DISCIPLINARY UNIT TEAMMULTIMEDIA MATERIALSQAAHE Scotland Part II
2 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND 1979 UNIT TEAM APPROACH“Generator Model”Subject MatterExpert(s)InstructionalDesignerSubject MatterModeratorINSTRUCTIONAL BLUEPRINTINSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES PLANNING COMMITTEESAMPLE MODULETOTAL UNIT DEVELOPMENTQAAHE Scotland Part II
3 Extract from Presentation to USQ University Assembly in 1999 People,Pedagogyand Technology
4 The New EconomyThe Internet is unleashing a whole series of disruptive forces:technological, commercial and social.If not a revolution, it is an e-volution on fast forward.
5 The Big PictureWith the arrival of the Information Age, international and institutional boundaries are likely to become increasingly irrelevant
6 The Global Lifelong Learning Economy Will USQ survive?Will USQ prosper?
7 Four Generations of Distance Education Technology The Correspondence ModelThe Multimedia ModelThe Telelearning ModelThe Flexible Learning Model
8 DELIVERY TECHNOLOGIES CHARACTERISTICS OF DELIVERY TECHNOLOGIES First GenerationMODELS OFDISTANCE EDUCATIONAND ASSOCIATEDDELIVERY TECHNOLOGIESCHARACTERISTICS OF DELIVERY TECHNOLOGIESFLEXIBILITYHIGHLYREFINEDMATERIALSADVANCEDINTERACTIVEDELIVERYTimePlacePaceTHE CORRESPONDENCE MODEL• PrintYes Yes Yes Yes No
10 CHARACTERISTICS OF DELIVERY TECHNOLOGIES DELIVERY TECHNOLOGIES Third GenerationCHARACTERISTICS OF DELIVERY TECHNOLOGIESMODELS OFDISTANCE EDUCATIONAND ASSOCIATEDDELIVERY TECHNOLOGIESFLEXIBILITYHIGHLYREFINEDMATERIALSADVANCEDINTERACTIVEDELIVERYTimePlacePaceTHE TELELEARNING MODEL• Audioteleconferencing• Videoconferencing• Audiographic Communication• Broadcast TV/Radio andAudioteleconferencingNo No No No YesNo No No YesYes
11 DELIVERY TECHNOLOGIES CHARACTERISTICS OF DELIVERY TECHNOLOGIES Fourth GenerationMODELS OFDISTANCE EDUCATIONAND ASSOCIATEDDELIVERY TECHNOLOGIESCHARACTERISTICS OF DELIVERY TECHNOLOGIESFLEXIBILITYHIGHLYREFINEDMATERIALSADVANCEDINTERACTIVEDELIVERYTimePlacePaceTHE FLEXIBLE LEARNINGMODELYes Yes Yes Yes Yes• Interactive multimedia (IMM)• Internet-based access to WWW resources• Computer mediated communication (CMC)Yes Yes Yes No Yes
12 GOOD (Generic Online/Offline Delivery) DTD (Document Type Definition) PrintWebCDDVDRENDITIONS:STYLE SHEET:XSLXSLXSLXSLXMLCONTENT REPOSITORY:DTD (Document Type Definition)INPUT:XML Editor
13 BETTER Project Building Enterprise and Teaching with Technology Enhanced Responsiveness BETTER Director - Madeleine McPhersone-Systems Designer - Peter DobsonPolicy Development Officer - Sandra JeffriesExecutive Secretary - Susan Brosnan
14 Better Project USQConnect USQFocus USQOnline USQAssist Coming Soon: USQ is already well down the path to becoming an e-University. USQ has already developed:USQConnectUSQFocusUSQOnlineComing Soon:USQAssist
15 USQ ‘s Better Project emphasises student needs “USQ believes that it is possible to give peoplewhat they wantwhere they want itwhen they want itwithout compromise to the quality of its teaching or research programs”(Source: An Overview of USQ and its Strategic Directions”, November, 1999, page 8.)
16 USQ’s Better Project creates benefits for all students On-campusOff-campusOnlineA synergy between modes of studyMixed mode flexibility
17 Fit, Fast, Flexible and Fluid Watching a race between universities, is like watching elephants play soccer…………..being the fittest, fastest and most talented elephant is a very good thing to be!
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