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e-University: challenges and rewards

This presentation addresses the questions of how to add "e" to research, learning and teaching, collaboration, library, and administration. What are the benefits but also the costs and difficulties to do it.
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Pierre-Yves Burgi

on 31 August 2015

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e-University: challenges and rewards
e-University
How to manage the project and service portfolios leading to the e-University?
e-Research
e-Library
e-collaboration
e-Teaching & e-Learning
e-Administration
Challenges
New pedagogy
Quality control
Whole team to design a course versus single teacher
Massification of teaching
Costs
instructional design
technology
Updating material / sustainability
Intellectual property
Rewards
Flexibility in learning (anytime, anywhere)
Diversity in pedagogy (multi-modal)
Prepare students to their future job (computer literacy, soft-skills)
New Paradigms
Student-centered (Personal Learning Environment - PLE)
Course unbundling
Life-Long Learning
Learning badges (informal learning)
e-portfolio
Interactive teaching
Participation through mobile devices
Peer-to-peer assessment
Flipped classrooms
Virtual learning environments:
LMS, MOOCs
simulation tools
serious games
augmented reality
Challenges
Scientific integrity
plagiarism
reproducible research
Managing exponentially growing data
Energy for high-performance computing
Needed competencies to manage big data and run intensive simulations
Controlling costs
Rewards
More participative research
Reuse of data by
other disciplines, leading to stimulation of interdisciplinary collaborations
students
Traceability of research
Big data offer new scientific tools

New Paradigms
First Paradigm
For thousands of years, Science was about empirically describing natural phenomenon
Second Paradigm
Theoretical Science uses models and generalization
Third Paradigm
Computational Science to simulate complex phenomenon
Fourth (new) Paradigm
Data Intensive Science
Galileo and his telescope

Kepler
A hurricane computer simulation
Data Intensive Science
"Datafication"
From causation to correlation
Data LifeCycle Management (DLCM)
Cloud computing, HPC
Citizen Cyberscience
Digital Humanities
?
DLCM
A 3-year Swiss Project 2015-2018
Creating data
Processing data
Analyzing data
Preserving data
Giving access to data
Re-using data
Creating data
Processing data
Analyzing data
Preserving data
Giving access to data
Re-using data
Challenges
Lobbying of the editors against OA
Passing from pay-per-view to pay-per-publication (budget issues)
Authority control for decentralized catalogs
Technology for LTP
Costs of digitization
Storage issues
Sustainability of
Formats
Institutions
Rewards
Ease of access to scientific research work in any part of the world
Access from public --> citizen cyberscience
Access to old and unique books/documents not otherwise accessible
Promotion of Digital Humanities
New Paradigms
Open Access / Open Data
Golden and green paths
Creative Commons (CC)
Library System Platforms (in the cloud)
Shared catalogs
Semantic descriptions (RDA & RDF)
Long-term (digital) preservation (LTP)
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe used the concept of Weltliteratur
Geneva Bodmer's foundation:
160'000 books
80 languages
over 200 manuscripts anterior to year 1500
original Beethoven partitions
original Gutenberg book
3-year project
40'000 precious books to digitize
about 600 TB of digitized pages
World Literature
Bodmerlab is
Challenges
Privacy violation
Plagiarism, patent disclosure
Volatility of content within the cloud
Rewards
Participative science
Peer-to-peer coaching / assessment, etc.
Alternatives to publishers
Ranking based on social criteria
New Paradigms
Social networks
Peer-to-peer virtual meetings
Synchronous and asynchronous working sessions
Google doc
Dropbox
Skype
Webinars
Research-oriented social nets
Challenges
Ergonomy of user interfaces
asks for agility in design
Shift of business responsibilities from experts to to end-users
Security
id authentication
Rewards
User-centered services
"anytime from anywhere"
integrated
personalized
Traceability of the transactions
New Paradigms
Mobility
of students (credits - ECTS)
BYOD
Portal with integrated services to the academic community
Governance of the Information System
Project Flow
Rectorat
Business units
Applications
Infrastructure
Business Unit 1
Business Unit n
Service is delivered
Pierre-Yves Burgi
ICT Unit - IT division
University of Geneva
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