How Technology IsRewiring CollegeJeff Young | Chronicle of Higher Education@jryoung
Larry Page and Sergey Brin, 2003
Marc Zuckerberg
Students Are Rewiring Society
Word of the YearDisruption
Thiel FellowshipPays students $100,000 to not go tocollege for 2 years and start a businessinstead.
Challenge to College ProfessionalsWhat’s the Pointof College?
A Tour of Campus
A Tour of a Rewired Campus
A Tour of a Rewired Campus Classroo Res. Hall m Admin Campu Bldg sQuad
The Rewired Classroom
Disruption 1:Tech is Killing the Lecture
Analog
First Upgrade Before
PowerPoint’s Impact
PowerPoint’s Impact Stage 1
PowerPoint’s Impact Stage 2
63% of college tech officers… “agree or strongly agree that lecture capture is an important part...
We dont desire CDs; we want the music they hold. Wedont enjoy reading newspapers, we like the content theyproduce. Similar...
Inverted Classroom
ChallengeIf lectures happen aheadof time online, what doyou do in class?
Stephen Baldridge, an assistant professor ofsocial, sent his students on a campus-widehunt inspired by the TV reality show...
College Class As Reality TV?
“High-Impact Activities” • Undergraduate Research• First-Year Seminars ...
“High-Impact Activities” • Undergraduate Research• First-Year Seminars ...
“The minute I dropped out I could stop taking therequired classes that didn’t interest me, and begindropping in on the one...
A Tour of a Rewired Campus Classroo Res. Hall m Admin Campu Bldg sQuad
“Classroom” of the Future?
Tech Gear Students Own 87%* Source: ECAR 2011 national study of 3,000 students from 1,179 colleges.
Tech Gear Students Own 87% 55%* Source: ECAR 2011 national study of 3,000 students from 1,179 colleges.
Tech Gear Students Own 87% 8% 55%* Source: ECAR 2011 n...
Network Overload
Sept 2011 – Networkoverloaded due to record # ofwireless devices.
Sept 2011 – Networkoverloaded due to record # ofwireless devices.Total of 8,000 devicesonline, compared to 900previous year.
In March 2011, OhioUniversity temporarily blockedNetflix.
In March 2011, OhioUniversity temporarily blockedNetflix.Video service is “largestsingle consumer of ourInternet capacity.”
Rewired College Administration
Students Services by the Numbers Data
Question: Why haven’tcolleges done morequantitative experiments totest their own educational andbusiness practices.
Academic Advising the Data-Driven Way
The Rewired Campus Quad
E-Mail is for Old PeopleSource: Pew Internet & American Life Project
E-Mail is for Old PeopleFrequent texters (74% of students)send or receive an average of 84text messages a day. Frequent Fa...
And Students Use E-mail75% of students are frequent e-mailusers.They send or receive an average of25 e-mails a day.
Managing Split Personalities
The Many Voices of Campus
The Many Voices of Campus
VoerDraft social-media policy drew controversy…
v
Day Without TechAnnual 5-Day Social-Media Blackout
A Tour of a Rewired Campus
Disruption SummaryRewired Teaching MethodsRise of MobileData-Driven ServicesSocial-Networks asCampus Common
Some Final ThoughtsColleges are great atsharing…
Some Final Thoughts Colleges are great at sharing…But not as good at learning from other industries.
Questions and Feedback Welcomewww.jeffyoung.netTwitter: @jryoung
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  • 1. How Technology IsRewiring CollegeJeff Young | Chronicle of Higher Education@jryoung
  • 2. Larry Page and Sergey Brin, 2003
  • 3. Marc Zuckerberg
  • 4. Students Are Rewiring Society
  • 5. Word of the YearDisruption
  • 6. Thiel FellowshipPays students $100,000 to not go tocollege for 2 years and start a businessinstead.
  • 7. Challenge to College ProfessionalsWhat’s the Pointof College?
  • 8. A Tour of Campus
  • 9. A Tour of a Rewired Campus
  • 10. A Tour of a Rewired Campus Classroo Res. Hall m Admin Campu Bldg sQuad
  • 11. The Rewired Classroom
  • 12. Disruption 1:Tech is Killing the Lecture
  • 13. Analog
  • 14. First Upgrade Before
  • 15. PowerPoint’s Impact
  • 16. PowerPoint’s Impact Stage 1
  • 17. PowerPoint’s Impact Stage 2
  • 18. 63% of college tech officers… “agree or strongly agree that lecture capture is an important part of our campus plan for developing and delivering instructional content.”
  • 19. We dont desire CDs; we want the music they hold. Wedont enjoy reading newspapers, we like the content theyproduce. Similarly we dont pay tuition for classes, wewant the knowledge they provide. Music thennewspapers, will professors be next?
  • 20. Inverted Classroom
  • 21. ChallengeIf lectures happen aheadof time online, what doyou do in class?
  • 22. Stephen Baldridge, an assistant professor ofsocial, sent his students on a campus-widehunt inspired by the TV reality show TheAmazing Race.His “Amazing Nonprofit Race” had studentssearching the campus for information about
  • 23. College Class As Reality TV?
  • 24. “High-Impact Activities” • Undergraduate Research• First-Year Seminars • Diversity/Global Learning• Common Intellectual Experiences• Learning Communities • Service Learning• Writing-Intensive Courses • Internships• Collaborative Assignments • Capstone Projects * Source: 2010 National Survey of Student Engagement.
  • 25. “High-Impact Activities” • Undergraduate Research• First-Year Seminars • Diversity/Global Learning• Common Intellectual Experiences• Learning Communities • Service Learning• Writing-Intensive Courses •Internships• Collaborative Assignments • Capstone Projects * Source: 2010 National Survey of Student Engagement.
  • 26. “The minute I dropped out I could stop taking therequired classes that didn’t interest me, and begindropping in on the ones that looked interesting.” –Steve Jobs
  • 27. A Tour of a Rewired Campus Classroo Res. Hall m Admin Campu Bldg sQuad
  • 28. “Classroom” of the Future?
  • 29. Tech Gear Students Own 87%* Source: ECAR 2011 national study of 3,000 students from 1,179 colleges.
  • 30. Tech Gear Students Own 87% 55%* Source: ECAR 2011 national study of 3,000 students from 1,179 colleges.
  • 31. Tech Gear Students Own 87% 8% 55%* Source: ECAR 2011 national study of 3,000 students from 1,179 colleges.
  • 32. Network Overload
  • 33. Sept 2011 – Networkoverloaded due to record # ofwireless devices.
  • 34. Sept 2011 – Networkoverloaded due to record # ofwireless devices.Total of 8,000 devicesonline, compared to 900previous year.
  • 35. In March 2011, OhioUniversity temporarily blockedNetflix.
  • 36. In March 2011, OhioUniversity temporarily blockedNetflix.Video service is “largestsingle consumer of ourInternet capacity.”
  • 37. Rewired College Administration
  • 38. Students Services by the Numbers Data
  • 39. Question: Why haven’tcolleges done morequantitative experiments totest their own educational andbusiness practices.
  • 40. Academic Advising the Data-Driven Way
  • 41. The Rewired Campus Quad
  • 42. E-Mail is for Old PeopleSource: Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 43. E-Mail is for Old PeopleFrequent texters (74% of students)send or receive an average of 84text messages a day. Frequent Facebook users (58% ofstudents) check Facebook 13 timesa day.Frequent Twitter users (11% ofstudents) read or post 112 tweets aday.
  • 44. And Students Use E-mail75% of students are frequent e-mailusers.They send or receive an average of25 e-mails a day.
  • 45. Managing Split Personalities
  • 46. The Many Voices of Campus
  • 47. The Many Voices of Campus
  • 48. VoerDraft social-media policy drew controversy…
  • 49. v
  • 50. Day Without TechAnnual 5-Day Social-Media Blackout
  • 51. A Tour of a Rewired Campus
  • 52. Disruption SummaryRewired Teaching MethodsRise of MobileData-Driven ServicesSocial-Networks asCampus Common
  • 53. Some Final ThoughtsColleges are great atsharing…
  • 54. Some Final Thoughts Colleges are great at sharing…But not as good at learning from other industries.
  • 55. Questions and Feedback Welcomewww.jeffyoung.netTwitter: @jryoung