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Shifting the Paradigm: Value-Chain Analysis Applied to Online Learning
|Title:||Shifting the Paradigm: Value-Chain Analysis Applied to Online Learning|
|Author Affiliation:||Barbara Lauridsen - National University|
|Abstract:||This paper supports an interactive session focuses on participating in shifting the paradigm toward learner-centered curriculum delivery. The key factors for adult education are maturity, accumulation of experience; readiness for learning; being problem vs. subject centered; intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation; and curriculum that is anchored as problem-centered rather than content-oriented. Where there is a challenge achieving true innovation, this paper and the planned interactive session offers a series of framework based on Porter's idea on Value Chain Analysis to identify factors which leverage activities along a "chain" of delivering an educational service to self-directed learners. Specifically, course design for online delivery is the scenario for open dialog on shifting the paradigm. This paper contains diagrams for discussion slides that introduce the topic and support open dialog among practitioners at the TCC conference.|
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TCC 2011 Proceedings|
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