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Disruptive Innovation in Higher Education

This presentation give a definition of disruptive innovation, explores three stories of disruptive change in video, computing and educational industries, and ends with a conversation about what this all means for higher education in the future.

Rosalind Warner

on 13 June 2017

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Transcript of Disruptive Innovation in Higher Education

Disruptive Innovation in Higher Education
3 Stories
Dallas Texas entrepreneur David Cook founded Blockbuster
Jobs, Woz and Wayne started up Apple computers in Jobs' parents' garage on April 1st
Massive Open Online Courses are born
the VHS rental market was exploding, growing from 7000 stores in 1983 to 19,000 in 1986.
1997 — Silicon Valley veteran Reed Hastings founds Netflix, partly out of frustration after being fined $40 by Blockbuster for being late in returning “Apollo 13.”
Reid Hastings 'laughed out of the room' after offering to partner Netflix and BB
Last movie rented:
Seth Rogan's This is the End
Wayne sold his share of the newly created Apple for just $800 just three months after its inception.
January 24th first Mac personal computer introduced
Time Magazine called the PC the
'Man of the Year'
The rest is history...
Today, laptops, smart phones and tablet computers allow us to have a PC with us wherever we go.
In 1975, Harvard students Paul G. Allen and Bill Gates reprogrammed a small computer
which was a hit, and Microsoft was formed.
an online course aimed at

unlimited participation


open access
via the web.
Includes traditional course
materials such as videos,
readings, and problem sets, as well as interactive user forums
Peter Norvig taught a class on artificial intelligence at Stanford attended by 175 students — and over 100,000 via an interactive webcast.
Johns Hopkins University will offer a popular Data Science Specialization that gives learners the opportunity to work on a project proposed by Swiftkey, a top provider of keyboard technology.
Which are most impactful/important/revolutionary for CS? Which are most disruptive?
Disruptive Innovation
And speaking of video...
has revolutionized learning.
Khan Academy
: 3.1m subscribers
TED talks:
7.1m subscribers

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