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Title: National Learning Infrastructure Initiative


1
National Learning Infrastructure Initiative
  • Newcomers Orientation

2
Current NLII Staff
  • Carole Barone, Vice-President
  • cbarone_at_educause.edu
  • Vicki Suter, Director of NLII Projects
  • vsuter_at_educause.edu
  • Tor Cross, READY Project Manager
  • Colleen Carmean, 2002 Fellow
  • Jeremy Haefner, 2002 Fellow
  • John Ittelson, 2001 Fellow
  • Helen Knibb, 2001 Fellow

3
Presentation Outline
  • NLII Operational Framework
  • Vision
  • Mission
  • Goals
  • Strategies
  • Research Cycle
  • Themes
  • Programs
  • Projects

4
NLII Vision
  • Enable education that is
  • Active learner-centered
  • Dynamic and lifelong
  • Collaborative
  • Cost-effective
  • High quality
  • Accessible

5
NLII Mission
  • Create new collegiatelearning environmentsthat
    harness the power ofinformation technology
    toimprove the quality ofteaching and
    learning,contain or reduce risingcosts, and
    providegreater accessto higher education

6
Operational Framework
7
NLII Programs
  • Annual Meeting
  • Focus sessions
  • Online workshops
  • Fellowship
  • Publications
  • Online resources
  • Experimental testbeds
  • READY branches

8
NLII Strategies
  • Provide a learning and knowledge-creation
    environment.
  • Sponsor new partnership initiatives/forge new
    partnerships.
  • Provide support for break-through leadership.
  • Follow a rigorous research and development cycle.

9
Implications for members
  • Participate in a community of practice that
    benefits from and enlarges a body of knowledge
  • Beta-test and pilot new products and services
  • Gain early information about developing
    partnerships
  • Have early access (one year) to developing white
    papers, books, projects web resources

10
Membership Benefits
  • Registration fee waived for the first five
    participants from your institution or
    organization to attend the NLII Annual Meeting
    (normally 750 per person)
  • Registration fee waived for three participants
    each from your institution or organization to
    attend the three NLII Focus Sessions held
    annually (normally 250 per person)

11
Membership Benefits, cont.
  • Influence direction of NLII and advance national
    goals
  • Learn about emergent technology, practices, and
    issues related to teaching and learning
  • Participate in a high-level national forum on
    transforming teaching and learning and influence
    national policy

12
Research Cycle
  • Based on Vision, Mission, and Goals
  • Framework for NLII Program Projects
  • Three-year thematic life cycle
  • Ten themes at different stages (3 entering, 3
    maturing, 3 completed) at any one time
  • Cycle
  • Identification
  • Collection
  • Generation
  • Dissemination

13
NLII Research Cycle
  • Identification
  • Collection
  • Generation
  • Dissemination

14
NLII Research Cycle
  • Identification
  • Monitor emerging issues
  • Choose key themes
  • Develop conceptual frameworks for themes

15
NLII Research Cycle
  • Collection
  • Identify patterns relationships
  • Conduct informal research
  • Collect case studies

16
NLII Research Cycle
  • Generation
  • Identify promising practices
  • Generate principles define policy issues

17
NLII Research Cycle
  • Dissemination
  • Distribute shared knowledge in multiple modes
  • Mainstream new ideas

18
Teaching Learning Space
  • Mapping the topic space to gain higher level view
    (concept mapping)
  • Teaching and Learning Taxonomy
  • Looking at activities occurring in that space
    (other associations, organizations)
    coordinating with them
  • Choosing key themes

19
Institutional Transformation
Leadership
Continuous learning
Assessment of institutional readiness
drivers
Alignment
Scalability
Transformation of organisational culture
culture
Corporatisation of learning (e.g. branding)
E-portfolios (student, faculty, course,
institutional)
Accountability
Capacity
strategies
IT planning
Communication
Sustainability
Globalisation of learning
Transformative assessment
principles
Organising governing IT
New business models (partnerships,
consortia, collaboration)
Assessment
Knowledge management
Learning objects
Human resource issues
IMS/SCORM Metadata standards
E-business/enterprise (e.g. e-Cornell)
Quality assurance and accreditation
Personalised learning plans
Object Repositories (Merlot, Pool)
Brokering (WGU)
Outcomes, competencies and benchmarking
Learner centredness
LMS and LCMS
Advanced networks
Corporate universities
Online communities of practice, learning and PD
Changing learner characteristics
Ubiquitous computing
Enterprise portals (eg Fathom, Cardean)
Student Support Services
Pedagogy/learning
Teaching and Learning Centres
Outsourcing
24/7
State networks
E-learning
Faculty engagement and support
Wireless communication
SEM/CRM
Value Web
Laptops, PDAs iPAQs
Recognition and reward
Digital repositories (libraries)
Campus based portals
Security and privacy
IPR
E-books
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Dissemination Projects
  • Key themes page
  • http//www.educause.edu/nlii/keythemes
  • Re-design of NLII Web site
  • Exploration of new technologies that provide
    dynamic environment for developing themes and
    resources (virtual community/knowledge management)

22
Experimental Testbed Projects
  • Transformative Assessment Project
  • NLII, TLT Group, CNI, and UC
  • Focus Session
  • Online workshop
  • Online community
  • Online Communities
  • Discuss common problems and issues
  • Share documents, solutions or best practices
  • Collaborate on projects
  • Plan for face-to-face meetings continue
    relationships beyond face-to-face events

23
NLII Fellowship Program
  • 2 half-time, one-year fellowships
  • Targets faculty and learning support staff in
    higher education
  • Fellows study, analyze, assess and implement
    specific aspects of institutional transformation
  • 2001 Fellows John Ittelson, Helen Knibb
  • 2002 Fellows Colleen Carmean Jeremy Haefner

24
2002 Annual Meeting
  • Innovative Practice, Policy Partnerships A
    New Alignment
  • January 27 29, 2002U.S. Grant Hotel, San
    Diego, CA

25
Focus Sessions
  • Working sessions
  • Small (usually around 40 participants)
  • Regionally-based
  • Highly interactive
  • Organized around questions related to a theme,
    with a view to advancing the body of knowledge
    about that theme
  • Initial exploration, conceptual framework,
    definition of issues and patterns, identification
    of promising practices, emergence of principles

26
2001 Focus Sessions
  • Alignment of Planning
  • March, 2001, Worcester, MA
  • Sponsored by University of Rhode Island, MIT
  • Partnering in the Learning Marketspace
  • May, 2001, San Diego, CA
  • Sponsored by Eduprise

27
Alignment in Planning
  • Purpose
  • To advance the body of thought on how to align
  • action, including policy, project selection and
  • assessment with strategic goals.
  • Participants
  • Rhode Island, MIT, Hartford
  • Provosts, vice-provosts, faculty

28
Work Products
  • READY branch (under development)
  • Webliography (under development)
  • Presentations at NLII 2002 Annual Meeting

29
Alignment in Planning Focus Session (March 2001)
  • For more information, plan on attending the
    Alignment in Planning concurrent session
  • Tuesday, January 29, 2002
  • 1140 1230
  • Horton E
  • Helen Knibb John Cavanaugh

30
Partnering in the Learning Marketspace (May 2001)
  • Purpose
  • To advance the body of thought on the
    alternatives and issues involved for
    institutional partnering and for partnering with
    commercial service providers
  • To develop and implement highly leveraged
    strategies for e-learning the use of Internet
    technologies in teaching and learning.
  • Participants
  • Public, private, and corporate education and
    state government

31
Work Products
  • Book (Hill Duin and Baer)
  • Focus Session
  • READY branch
  • Developing a Successful Partnership Investment
    Portfolio white paper based on focus session and
    results of years follow-up research
  • Presentations at Annual Meeting

32
Annual Meeting Presentations
  • Featured session, Developing a Successful
    Partnership Investment Portfolio, Ann Hill
    Duin, and Linda Baer
  • Monday, January 28, 2002
  • 1045 1145 AM, Grand Ballroom A
  • Companion concurrent session, A Showcase of
    Successful Partnership Investment Portfolios
  • Monday, January 28, 2002
  • 100 150 PM, Grand Ballroom A

33
2002 Focus Sessions
  • Transformative Assessment Systems Step One
    (March 15, 2002 in Denver, Colorado)
  • Innovative Instructional Design The Art the
    Science (May 31, 2002 in Vancouver, B.C.)
  • E-Portfolios Fall, 2002(Location and date tba)

34
Transformative Assessment Systems
  • Transformative assessment systems are
    institution-wide assessment strategies that are
    designed and implemented in an integrated way for
    all levels (the course, the program, and the
    institution) for the purpose of systematically
    transforming teaching and learning
    institution-wide, according to institutional
    goals.

35
Developing issues/Fellows research
  • E-Portfolios (John Ittelson)
  • Learning Design Principles (Helen Knibb)

36
Aligning online design with principles of learning
  • Building bridges between learning theory and
    practice
  • Exploring new roles for the faculty- designer
  • Applying principles of learning to shape and form
    learning activity
  • Integrating learning principles in the design of
    online environments

37
Work Products
  • White paper
  • Online resource linking to new models, effective
    practices, learning and design theory
  • Focus session The design of learning
    environments, May 31, 2002, Vancouver

38
Featured session
  • Learner Centered by Practice using what we know
    about learning and cognition in the designing for
    the online environment
  • Monday, 10.45-11.45 a.m. Grand Ballroom BC
  • Companion Concurrent Monday, 3.10-4.00 pm.Grand
    Ballroom BC

39
Electronic Portfolios
  • An area of emerging interest across the Academy
  • Term needs an adjective
  • Institutional
  • Personal
  • Private or public
  • Collaborations

40
E-Portfolios Partners
  • Stanford Learning Lab
  • Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of
    Teaching
  • University of Alaska, Anchorage
  • Department of Labor iSEEK Solutions
  • California State University, Monterey Bay

41
E-Portfolios Workproducts
  • Resources database and web site
  • Fall 2002 Focus Session
  • E-PAC working group
  • Related Events
  • NECC pre-workshop (June, 2002)
  • AAHE presentation (June 2002)

42
Annual Meeting Presentations
  • Featured Session, On the Wings of Change
    E-Portfolios Take Off
  • Tuesday, January 29, 2002
  • 915 1015 AM
  • Grand Ballroom BC
  • Companion Concurrent Session
  • Tuesday, 1140 1230
  • Grand Ballroom A

43
Annual Meetings
  • NLII Sustaining Members only
  • Smaller, more accessible venue (300 attendees)
  • Interactive
  • Presentations companion discussion sessions
  • Focus is on transformation of teaching and
    learning
  • Principles policies
  • Case studies
  • Effective practices

44
Emerging Issue
  • Who is this New Student?
  • What is the New Student Wearing, and What Does
    That Have to Do with University Facilities Design
    and Planning?
  • You can view the full agenda at
  • http//www.educause.edu/nlii/meetings/sandiego200
    2/

45
READY ProjectREADiness inventorY
  • Resources, effective practices and glossaries in
    an interactive, Web-based decision support tool.

46
The Tool
  • Web-based, decision tree
  • An interactive way of accessing information from
  • White papers
  • Surveys
  • Publications
  • Etc.
  • Version 2 will be available by the middle of
    December, 2001.

47
The Content
  • Two content areas are well developed
  • Deliver Online Learning
  • Partner in the Learning Marketspace
  • Others are under initial development
  • Align Planning
  • Deliver Student Services
  • Engage Faculty
  • Use Transformative Assessment

48
Expected Uses
  • a conceptual framework for complex decisions
    (identify the key questions and issues that
    should be considered)
  • a context for a process on campus that encourages
    and supports useful dialog about those key
    questions and issues
  • an interactive medium for dissemination and
    leveraging of intellectual content developed
    elsewhere.

49
Possible Institutional Outcomes
  • apply scarce resources strategically
  • address weaknesses and take advantage of
    strengths
  • respond to the environment
  • move the institution further along the
    transformation topography
  • create a common vocabulary

50
READY Version 2
  • A Preview
  • www.educause.edu/ready

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Future Directions
  • Version 2 will be publicly available in mid
    December, 2001
  • In 2002, we will concentrate resources on
    creating more Focus Areas, rather than adding
    additional functionality to the Tool.
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