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Report
Georgetown University
and the Initiative for
Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL)
Kelly P. Doney
Associate Vice President for Enterprise Applications
[email protected]
Agenda
• Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL)
• Selecting a MOOC Partner
• Process to select faculty to develop and deliver
MOOCs
• Online Learning Architecture
• Q&A
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Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning
Online
Courses
MOOCS
Classroom
of the
Future
Blended
Learning
Courses
• Initiative to strengthen teaching and learning in on-campus
programs and enhance Georgetown’s online activity globally.
• Experiment with new approaches to interactive learning.
• 100 faculty involved from 43 departments and programs.
• Impact on 2000+ GU students in the first year in the 23 ITEL oncampus project target courses.
• Will impact thousands of students worldwide through MOOCs
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MOOC Platform Selection Process
Identified Desired Platform
Criteria
Analyzed Platform Options
Developed Funding Strategy
Faculty Grants
Instructional Design
Selected a Partner
edX
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Technology
MOOC Partner Decision Matrix
Characteristic
Pedagogical Excellence
Classroom
of the
Strong focus
Future
Online
Mission
Alignment MOOCS Yes
Courses
(Core Jesuit Values)
EdX
Blended
Learning
Courses
Selective Market Placement Small group of elite partners
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Platform
Open source, allows for GU contributions
Blending with on-Campus
offerings
Yes
Research, Data, and
Analytics
Emphasized
Advantageous Equity
Partnership
GU is a partner
Process to Select Faculty to Develop MOOCs
Faculty Submit 55 Initial Conceptual Proposals in February 2013
Review Committee Selects Projects for Full Proposal Development
Faculty Submit Full Proposals to Compete for Grants in March 2013
43 Proposals are Peer-Reviewed and Ranked by 8 teams of Faculty in April 2013
ITEL Grant Selection Committee Awards 28 ITEL Grants on May 1 2013
5 grants for MOOCs
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ITEL Status
Program
Next Steps
ITEL Faculty Working Group (Faculty led with the  Transforming our Online Learning Architecture.
Provost)
 Fundraising to support ITEL Programs and
 Selected 2 MOOCs for Fall 2013 Launch:
infrastructure improvements.
oBioethics
 Adding MOOC Courses for Spring 2014 and
beyond.
oGlobalization: Winners and Losers
 Deploying 9+ online MS and online Certificate
Technology
Programs.
Developing our Online Learning Strategy
 Developing classroom of the future.
 Planning for new distance education programs.
 Working with Blackboard and Deltak to transform
our Online Learning Systems platforms to
accommodate online programs.
Continuing to move forward on ITEL initiatives
 Supplementing wi-fi infrastructure.
 Adding online learning system technologists.
 Participating in the edX Consortium Technology
Sub-Committee.
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Foundation
Online Learning Architecture
Key Components of Online Learning Architecture
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Library
Resources
Synchronous
Collaboration
Rich Media
Lecture
Capture
Social Tools: academic
resources, databases, Digital
Commons, CNDLS Tools
Google Apps, Facebook,
YouTube, Instagram, Twitter,
Google+, and other social
platforms
Teaching and Learning Management System
University Identity
Management
Credit SIS
University
Authentication
Non-credit SIS
Business
Continuity/Disaster
Recovery
Current Online Learning Systems Architecture
University
Authentication
(LDAP/Shibbolet
h)
The Big Cloud
(Various)
Lecture
Capture
(Echo360)
Synchronous
Collaboration
(Blackboard
Collaborate)
Synchronous
Collaboration
(Adobe)
Law Center
Library
Systems
(III Millennium)
Course
Management
System
(Embanet
Compass)
Course
Management
System
(Law: Classroom
24/7)
Course
Management
System
(Law: Homegrown)
Course
Management
System
(2U)
Course
Management
System
(edX)
Teaching and
Learning
Management
System
(Blackboard)
(III Millennium)
Course
Management
System
(Deltak)
Rich Media
Non Credit
Student
System
Credit
Student
System
(Banner)
(Share
Stream)
Course
Management
System
(Law: TWEN)
(Destiny One)
Business
Continuity/D
isaster
Recovery
(Amazon or
other cloud)
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Main Campus &
School of
Medicine Library
Systems
Business
Continuity/Di
saster
Recovery
Environment
(Virginia Data
Center)
University
Identity
Management
(NetID)
Rich Media
(Kaltura)
Online Learning Systems Architecture:
A Future We Can Support
The Big Cloud
Lecture
Capture
(Echo360)
(with Distance Ed
provider Services)
University
Authenticatio
n
(LDAP/Shibbol
eth)
Synchronous
Collaboratio
n
(Blackboard
Collaborate)
Synchronous
Collaboratio
n (Adobe)
Course
Management
System
(edX)
Course
Management
System
(2U)
Library Systems
(III Millennium)
Teaching and
Learning
Management
System
(Blackboard)
Rich Media
(Share
Stream)
Non Credit
Student
System
(Destiny One)
Credit
Student
System
(Banner)
Business
Continuity/
Disaster
Recovery
(Amazon)
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Business
Continuity/Di
saster
Recovery
Environment
(Virginia Data
Center)
University
Identity
Management
(NetID)
Rich Media
(Kaltura)
Our Lessons Learned
• Architecture
– Develop architectural strategy driven by smart IT
• Force vendors to create features/functionality that meet user
requirements and expectations
• Protect data and IP
– Minimize point solutions
– Require vendor integration with your architecture – build it into the
contract
•
ITEL, MOOCs, and Distance Learning
- Leadership from the President and the Provost were essential as was
faculty involvement
- Transparent processes and involvement of key non-faculty
stakeholders (UIS, Center for New Designs in Learning and
Scholarship, Libraries, Deans) made decision-making happen quickly
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Q&A
itel.georgetown.edu
uis.georgetown.edu
[email protected]
Facebook: Georgetown UIS

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