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  • 1. The Latest Developments in Learning Technology World of Learning, 2015 Birmingham, UK Robert Todd Captain @ Learning Invention
  • 2. the product view 2 A Brief History of Me ?What If!, Wijo Desktop and mobile learning delivery system for just-in-time, and structured learning, field-based learning experiences and new granular digital learning content framework. DigitalThink, L5 Standards-based learning delivery system with offline synchronization, customized learning environments and asynchronous tutor support SFSU Online Dynamic courseware authoring and delivery system with real time tutor support 1996 1998 2006 McKinsey&Co, TEL Customized OTS eLearning authoring and delivery system with custom interactions, offline synchronization, dynamic navigation and detailed tracking. Lean eLearning development “factory.” 2012 2015 Learn LinkedIn Developed a product concept and roadmap to transform LinkedIn’s learning platform into a career development platform. Learning Invention
  • 3. An earthquake is coming…
  • 4. How earthquakes happen Stationary Plate Moving Plate
  • 5. Business disruption follows a similar pattern Institutions Resist Technology Moves
  • 6. In the past 20 years, technology has been on a tear. Smart Phone, 1995 Smartphone, 2015
  • 7. Massive growth in the quantity and accessibility of knowledge Brittanica 32 Volumes Wikipedia Source: Wikipedia, User:Tompw Mathematical estimate of the size of a printed version of English only Wikipedia (text only). 2200 Volumes
  • 8. Powerful new tools for production and distribution DVD HD 4K 1B 316M 1.49B 97M Potential 567 383 208 1st - 43,264 146,689 321,489 2nd -
  • 9. Unparalleled access to expertise 1995
  • 10. Unparalleled access to expertise 2015 GatesNotes
  • 11. Music Television AdvertisingThe Mail These changes have disrupted many information-centered industries
  • 12. By comparison, education and training have changed very little Learning 1995 Learning 2015
  • 13. But there are signs…
  • 14. An education start- up led by former Google Exec focused on building a scaleable model for personalized K-12 education. What is it? How is it shaking things up? WIIFU? By addressing all parts of the education experience. By doing iterative product development in the field. A. Playlists B. Classroom as laboratory C. Three way learning partnership
  • 15. A Higher Ed. startup with a global, flipped classroom competing for students with U.S. Ivy league schools. What is it? How is it shaking things up? WIIFU? Redefining the University experience around teaching and learning. Starting at the top of the market - not low cost alternatives. A. Radically- flipped classroom B. Curated content
  • 16. A technology standard that supports tracking of learning activities with simple subject/ verb/object statements (I did this). What is it? How is it shaking things up? WIIFU? Potential to create a new standard for competence by allowing users to build competency records from doing real work in the real world A. Get your hands around field- learning B. Correlate learning activity with business performance (finally) xAPI
  • 17. A video-based eLearning company recently purchased by LinkedIn for $1.5B. What is it? How is it shaking things up? WIIFU? By being end-user focused from the start. By launching LinkedIn into the L&D space. A. Video chops B. Demonstration of what happens when you focus on the customer
  • 18. Keys to unlocking institutional change in learning Learning programs and products that are (actually) driven by learner needs 1 2 The growth of high-quality educational alternatives
  • 19. What can you do? • Carve out a place to experiment • Look beyond traditional learning tools and technologies • Be a champion for your learners
  • 20. 10 Great Places to Innovate
  • 21. #10 MOOCs
  • 22. #9 xAPI
  • 23. #8 Pages Not Courses
  • 24. #7 Playlists
  • 25. #6 Video Anything
  • 26. #5 Apps Not Content
  • 27. #4 Flipping
  • 28. #3 Serious Curation
  • 29. #2 Missions
  • 30. #1 Customers First
  • 31. Change is natural and inevitable. Bad things happen when we resist change. You can be an agent of change. What kind of change? Ask your learners.
  • 32. robert@learninginvention.com @robertdtodd On LinkedIn www.learninginvention.com
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