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Education Systems in the Digital Age: The Need for Alignment

Deirdre Butler, Margaret Leahy, Peter Twining, Ben Akoh, Yousra Chtouki, Sara Farshadnia, Kanda Moore, Roumen Nikolov, Carlos Pascual, Barbara Sherman, Teemu Valtonen
2018 Technology, Knowledge and Learning  
The focus of Thematic Working Group 1 (TWG1) at EDUsummIT 2017 centred on the need for alignment in education systems and was driven by two key questions relating to a) if and how all the parts of an education  ...  system work together to support the type of learning envisioned in the 21st century, and b) if there is alignment, what is the purpose/vision of that education system and does it meet the needs of its  ...  At EDUsummIT 2017, the focus of TWG1 centred on the need for alignment in education systems in the Digital Age.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10758-018-9388-6 fatcat:tqoed5blizbvjmk6elqsgj66ku

Teaching and Learning with Technology During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Highlighting the Need for Micro-Meso-Macro Alignments

Joke Voogt, Gerald Knezek
2021 Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology  
Informed by theoretical conceptualization and empirical evidence we identify micro-meso-macro alignments that need to be in place to move education into the digital age: alignments for quality learning  ...  We reflect on these challenges, based on discussions at EDUsummIT2019 in Quebec about the theme "Learners and learning contexts: New alignments for the digital age".  ...  education into the digital age.  ... 
doi:10.21432/cjlt28150 fatcat:nhugwiystzcejd3dtga7i7c6aq

Digital-First Learning and Assessment Systems for the 21st Century

Thomas Langenfeld, Jill Burstein, Alina A. von Davier
2022 Frontiers in Education  
These systems focus on the learner or test-taker experience while adhering to the psychometric, pedagogical, and validity standards for high-stakes learning and assessment systems.  ...  To illustrate, we present two examples—a digital-first learning tool with an embedded assessment, the Holistic Educational Resources and Assessment (HERA) Science, and a digital-first assessment, the Duolingo  ...  We also thank Sophie Wodzak for designing the three figures that appear in this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2022.857604 fatcat:to42bay6prethgb2uwstjxunte


R. Houghton, N. Usmanova
2022 East European Scientific Journal  
The changes concern not only the infrastructure of higher education, but also the ways of managing this system.  ...  education, emphasizing the professional role of the specialists and changing demand for new qualifications.  ...  the HE system in the context of digital transformation.  ... 
doi:10.31618/essa.2782-1994.2021.4.76.225 fatcat:rjfdladuwzbrdj2tp67teybn7a

Leadership and Competence Development in Higher Education: Reconstituting the Human – Machine Interfaces in the Space of Digital Systems

Milan Jaros
2014 American Journal of Educational Research  
Keywords: leadership and methodology in higher education, competence development and evaluation, humancentred pedagogy in the space of digital systems, interdisciplinarity  ...  The key obstacle is the growing generic gap between systems of thought and organization governing the established curriculum and those required for decision making conditioned by the radical changes in  ...  An 'Executive' Overview As the Western educational systems enter the maturing digital age, their inertial structures are being challenged by the rapidly growing gap between the practices dictated by novel  ... 
doi:10.12691/education-2-10-8 fatcat:4mysd6gmpbh7vhh52z6s5cqfqa

Aligning the "Manifesto for a European Research Network into Problematic Usage of the Internet" with the Diverse Needs of the Professional and Consumer Communities Affected by Problematic Usage of Pornography

Darryl Mead, Mary Sharpe
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The Manifesto for a European research network into Problematic Usage of the Internet was published in May 2018.  ...  The Manifesto identified nine key research priorities to advance understanding in the field.  ...  Acknowledgement: The authors would like to thank Dr Julius Burkauskas, the Science Communications Manager of the COST Action Dissemination Plan for encouraging the preparation of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17103462 pmid:32429206 pmcid:PMC7277927 fatcat:p7ng36on2zgp3jku7hqr6asjde

Using Digital Globes to Explore the Deep Sea and Advance Public Literacy in Earth System Science

Stace E. Beaulieu, Meredith Emery, Annette Brickley, Abbey Spargo, Kathleen Patterson, Katherine Joyce, Tim Silva, Katherine Madin
2015 Journal of Geoscience education  
We addressed this question by developing new content for digital globes with the intent to educate and excite the public about biological and geophysical processes and exploration in the deep ocean.  ...  But how effective are digital globes in advancing public literacy in Earth system science?  ...  Mitchell from the Ocean Explorium, the NOAA SOS Technical Team, and many scientific colleagues who helped in selecting imagery and providing information for the educational materials.  ... 
doi:10.5408/14-067.1 fatcat:auq5mq6bzbdf5moild5ecpbaai

The Direct and Indirect Effects of Personality on Data Breach in Education Through the Task-Related Compulsive Technology use: M-Learning Perspective

Jeyhun Hajiyev, Basil John Thomas
2020 International Journal of Computing and Digital Systems  
This research is one of the few studies addressing data breach in education and role of excessive technology use on risky cyber-security behavior of students, which can guide m-learning system designers  ...  Literature is lack of understanding the negative outcome of compulsive technology use (CTU) and security/data breach in virtual learning environment.  ...  In addition, the questionnaire is comprised of demographic variables, namely gender, age, education grade, mobile device type, and frequency of mobile devices usage in respect of for educational and noneducational  ... 
doi:10.12785/ijcds/090310 fatcat:2gydaeiqp5dxragtm2l4nqzooy

EDUsummIT 2017 EDUsummIT 2017 Thematic Working Group 1 Education systems in the digital age: The need for alignment Summary Report Thematic Working Group 2 Informal learning with technology Summary Report

Margaret Leahy, Deirdre Butler, Peter Twinning, Yousra Chtouki, Ben Akoh, Ulink Insights, Canada Carlos, Miniano Pascual, Addis, Cathy Lewin, Kwok-Wing Lai, Jean Ntebutse
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM POLICIES FOR INFUSING TECHNOLOGIES  To develop an actionable vision that has buy-in from all stakeholders to ensure alignment within the system.  To use frameworks such as the UNESCO  ...  Framework (2011) as a tool to guide alignment and implementation within the system.  To develop productive partnerships among all stakeholders to advance capacity building for ICT use in schools through  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks to Dirk Ifenthaler for his work on coordinating the discussion paper which fed into the EDUsummIT discussions of TWG5. TWG 6 Members attending EDUsummIT  ... 

A recommended workflow methodology in the creation of an educational and training application incorporating a digital reconstruction of the cerebral ventricular system and cerebrospinal fluid circulation to aid anatomical understanding

Amy Manson, Matthieu Poyade, Paul Rea
2015 BMC Medical Imaging  
This article outlines a workflow for the creation of an interactive training tool for the cerebral ventricular system, an educationally challenging area of anatomy.  ...  A recommended workflow methodology in the creation of an educational and training application incorporating a digital reconstruction of the cerebral ventricular system and cerebrospinal fluid circulation  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Bruce Robertson and Daniel Livingstone who provided assistance with Unity scripting on behalf of the Digital Design Studio.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12880-015-0088-6 pmid:26482126 pmcid:PMC4617484 fatcat:wnjtksqtbjfhbj6rnahzdxwyze

Rethinking Learning in a Digital Age: Outcomes from EDUsummIT 2017

Joke Voogt, Gerald Knezek
2018 Technology, Knowledge and Learning  
These topics were: (1) education systems in the digital age: the need for alignment; (2) informal learning with technology; (3) professional development for technology-enhanced learning leaders; (4) digital  ...  Rethinking learning in the digital age" was the theme of EDUsummIT 2017, which was held in Borovets, Bulgaria in September, 2017.  ...  The following key topics for the TWGs were determined: (1) education systems in the digital age: the need for alignment; (2) informal learning with technology; (3) professional development for technology-enhanced  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10758-018-9383-y fatcat:npb6cily55dzfbbi6gnuoal5z4

Learners and learning contexts: international perspectives on new alignments for the digital age

Joke Voogt, Gerald Knezek
2021 Educational technology research and development  
for the Digital Age'.  ...  Twelve papers representing 59 authors from 16 different nations are included in this special issue addressing the theme of 'Learners and Learning Contexts: International Perspectives on New Alignments  ...  Informed consent Given the nature of this contribution informed consent informed consent is not required.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11423-021-09985-4 fatcat:akq62ez33vcbxbazvcn2y67pf4

Observations and Recommendations Toward Increasing Age-Inclusivity

Nina Silverstein
2021 Innovation in aging  
There is also a need to support faculty development for designing courses and materials for age-diverse learners.  ...  In line with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the evaluation of campus sustainability efforts, aging should be addressed along with other elements of diversity, equity, and inclusion.  ...  AFUs need to consider higher education environments as workplaces as well as learning centers to make policies age friendly for all groups.  ... 
doi:10.1093/geroni/igab046.044 fatcat:6qgj5sebnzarvmde5k6jxfx6ja

Creating value in the age of digital transformation

2021 Research Outreach  
This so-called digital disruption can be defined as 'the rapidly unfolding processes through which digital innovation comes to fundamentally alter historically sustainable logics for value creation and  ...  Digital transformation and digital entrepreneurship are fundamentally changing and disrupting the dynamics of the economy, our society, and our markets.  ...  An immense need for digitalisation emerged in all areas, such as education, working from home and digital sales channels. Many employees have switched to remote work.  ... 
doi:10.32907/ro-126-1915668746 fatcat:mbl76hjgonf2bd4hg3vkmnoyre

Redefining and Renewing Humanism in the Digital Age [Opinion]

Dirk Messner
2020 IEEE technology & society magazine  
Author Information Dirk Messner is President of the German Environment Agency, Prof. for Political Science at University Duisburg-Essen/Germany, and past (2019) Co-Chair of the German Advisory Council  ...  Acknowledgment This paper builds on WBGU: Towards our Common Digital Future (2019) [6] .  ...  Humanism in the Digital Age.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mts.2020.2991498 fatcat:ckz4acr25ng75ozgou4q7f4dni
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