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1 ALT Learning Technologist of the Year: Team Award 2009 European Foundation for Quality in E-Learning: UNIQUe Award Winner 2010 Annual Conference Professor Gilly Salmon Beyond Distance Research Alliance University of Leicester

2 Discover: possible probable desirable futures for learning in your context… And ways to get there. Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

3 “Few will have the greatness to bend history, but each of us can work to change a small portion of events, and in the total of all those acts will be written the history of this generation.” Robert F Kennedy 6th June 1966 Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

4 Have the tools Have the techniques Have the vision Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

5 From Tale of Two Cities - (1859) by Charles Dickens. It’s the first line of the book Foreshadowing is a technique used by authors to provide clues for the reader to be able to predict what might occur later in the story. Red Herrings A hint that is designed to mislead the ‘audience’ is referred to as a red herring. An example of foreshadowing is the self-fulfilling prophecy - that directly or indirectly causes itself to become true It was the best of times... It was the worst of times... Foreshadowing is a technique used by authors to provide clues for the reader to be able to predict what might occur later in the story. From Tale of Two Cities - (1859) by Charles Dickens. It’s the first line of the book Red Herrings A hint that is designed to mislead the ‘audience’ is referred to as a red herring. An example of foreshadowing is the self-fulfilling prophecy - that directly or indirectly causes itself to become true. Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

6 Indistinctly prophetic …. “E-learning makes look like a rounding error” “Everyone knows how to learn with technology” “Classrooms are for kids” “Online no one knows you’re a dog” “E-learning makes look like a rounding error” “Everyone knows how to learn with technology” “Classrooms are for kids” “Online no one knows you’re a dog” Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

7 Year 1530 “The multitude of …. books is a great evil. There is no limit to this fever for ….. writing; every one must be an …. author; some out of vanity, to acquire celebrity and raise up a name, others for the sake of mere gain.” Martin Luther THEN NOW Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

8 “Content is King” “Everything you need for e-learning in one box…” “Build it and they will come…” “Academics are resistant” Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

9 Red herring cards Fluffy Cloud cards Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

10 1.What if... there were only half of the number of campus based- universities in Europe compared to now? 2.What if... European universities had twice the numbers of students compared to now? 3.What if...all students were allowed to attend to university only for the first year of their degrees 4.What if...all university teaching resources had to be openly published on the web? 5.What if...all closed book supervised exams were banned? 6.What if all students HAD to bring the latest high tech laptop with them to their (on or offline ) class? 7.What if...the world ran out of paper? 8.What if the internet/web crashed/melted down... Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

11 HINDSIGHT INSIGHT FORESIGHT How has learning changed in recent years What happened to learning that you expected? What happened differently from your expectation? How has learning changed in recent years What happened to learning that you expected? What happened differently from your expectation? What are the current trends, enablers, disruptions and barriers? How can we use this knowledge to prepare for the next 10 years? Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

12 HINDSIGHT How has learning changed in recent years What happened to learning that you expected? What happened differently from your expectation? How has learning changed in recent years What happened to learning that you expected? What happened differently from your expectation? Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

13 INSIGHT What are the current trends, enablers, disruptions and barriers? Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

14 FORESIGHT How can we use this knowledge to prepare for the next 10 years? Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015

15 Never doubt the power of a small group of people to change the world. Nothing else ever has. Margaret Mead Be the change you want to see in the world Mahatma Ghandi No budgets or humans were harmed in the making of this presentation Every society honors its live conformists and its dead troublemakers." Mignon McLaughlin Please leave your business card for a write- up to be ed to you Gilly Salmon, 2010 HEA Annual Conference 03/05/2015


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