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Jan-Martin Lowendahl, Ph.D (Chemistry) is a research director in Gartner Research and his FOTE11 talk takes the vantage point of the CIO who is expected to navigate the tsunami of technology and deliver learning capabilities.
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Nick Skelton is Assistant Director of IT Services (Infrastructure) at the University of Bristol and in his FOTE11asks:
What do students actually expect from University? One long party? To pass a few exams? Or something more than that? And why are those geeks from the IT department even thinking about this?
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Cailean Hargrave of IBM at FOTE11 discussed that, although investment in education has steadily risen over the last decade, we have not seen a corresponding rise in student attainment levels and looks at how student analytics can foster success.
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At FOTE 11 We set aside 5 slots in total for people to get up on stage and share their views on the future of technology in education in 140 seconds in an elevator style pitch.
The participants who stepped up to share their views were -
Martin King -- Flipping Naked
Doug Belshaw & Andy Stewart -- Bleak
John Millner -- Mobile & Social
Michelle A. Hoyle -- Gaming
Dan Perry -- With the users
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Voted for by the FOTE community, this year's panel will be discussed challenges associated with 'Bring Your Own Device -- BYOD'.
The panel is as follows:
Peter Tinson, Executive Secretary -- UCISA (Chair)
Arthur Spirling, Director of ICT -- Imperial College
Mandy Phillips, Head of BIS -- Liverpool John Moores University
Nizam Uddin, International Programmes Liaison Manager -- ULU
Rob Churm, Director of Information Services -- St Georges University of London.
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At FOTE11 James Clay from Gloucestershire College discusses the structures, processes and procedures we have in place in many institutions and the reason behind them, may it be security, safety, financial, prevention, health and safety. Also looking at how change is often blocked by these same reasons and suggests that Institutions that listen and act on the voice of their learners can find that students can be agents of change.
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Dr Su White from the University of Southampton's FOTE11 presentation examines the roots of personal learning environments and considers the interplay of organisational ambitions and requirements needed to support personal learning in a university context.
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At FOTE11 Emily-Ann Nash of the NUS Higher Education Committee explored how students have differing expectations and motivations of higher education and how they may change in light of an increase in fees. She then explores how using technology effectively and purposely can enhance the student experience , concluding with the NUS technology charter.
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Andrew Bollington, Chief Operating Officer for the University of London International Programmes looks at the changes in higher education funding. From next year, as fees of £9,000 become the norm it is the student who will be paying for their higher education, not the government. If that's the harsh reality, what is the Future of Technology in Education?
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Sue Beckingham of Sheffield Hallam University discusses how our graduates of tomorrow face an increasingly competitive job market. This presentation also explores some of the innovative ways students are already using social media and technology to give them the edge and the changing approach to the way employers are recruiting.