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Future of Higher Education: De Montfort University

Professor Quinsee will provide insight into the impact of emerging technologies that represent a step change in the delivery of education and describe what is happening at City University London

Susannah Quinsee

on 6 June 2013

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Transcript of Future of Higher Education: De Montfort University

Imagining future scenarios: meeting the leadership challenges of a rapidly changing HE environment Professor Susannah Quinsee, City University London www.city.ac.uk/ldc www.helf.ac.uk Connect with me on LinkedIn
Follow me on twitter @squinsee 96% of Undergradutes use the internet as an information source ? Enhance Educate Learning Group Activity... in small groups 4-6 people read the scenario you have been given
design a poster that shows what academics will be doing (learning/teaching/research/admin) in that scenario present your poster to the group
outline 1 positive and 1 negative part of this scenario
what do we need to be doing now to prepare for this future? Ivory Towers, Hallowed Halls people into HE in 2009 2026 a University seems to be in its essence, a place for the communication and circulation of thought, by means of personal intercourse, through a wide extent of country
John Henry Newman (1858) Not what but HOW flexibility
non-linear study
incoherence? credit virtual transferable
private funded
restrictive? workbased ostrich all online
flexible learning
student driven
isolated? CHANGE http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/87/Oxford_University_Colleges-All_Souls1.jpg The idea of bringing the world to the
student has not necessarily brought the equal availability of knowledge to the
world (Brian Denman, 2005) Universities are the most important mechanism we have for generating and preserving, disseminating and transforming knowledge into wider social and economic benefits (Higher Ambitions 2009) 69% of students use the internet daily as part of their studies of students come to
University to improve their employability 60% prospective students estimated to be without a place autumn 2010 1.1million 100,000 1 in 3 students study part time 1 in 6 students are overseas Academic freedom Mass Lectures,
Shopping malls? Flexible learning,
A University without walls? http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity.html traditional
3 year study
school leavers
unsustainable? 1996 Number 1: Gina G: "Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit" War in Chechnya, Iraq disarmament, weak economy and house prices, IRA bomb in Manchester

Ten million computers connected to the Internet What ONE thing will you do differently after today? a University is a place of concourse, whither students come from every quarter for every kind of knowledge. You cannot have the best of every kind everywhere; you must go to some great city or emporium for it. There you have all the choicest productions of nature and art all together, which you find each in its own separate place elsewhere. international
wider access
better quality
uniqueness? global pedagogic focused
partnership with academics
improved quality
limited? http://www.flickr.com/photos/audra_b/3831200/sizes/m/in/photostream/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/cindy_k/4447262209/sizes/z/in/photostream/ Exercise 1 what were you doing in 1996? how were you teaching or being taught? name a memorable educational experience from 1996 name a recent memorable educational experience what is the same as in 1996? how is your teaching different to 1996? Exercise 2 what will be the main difference from 1996? what do you think you will be doing in 2026? how do you think you will be teaching? Exercise 3
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