Information Technology in Business Schools: Models for Viewing the Future

6/13/01


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Information Technology in Business Schools: Models for Viewing the Future

Educational supply and demand and demand

Agenda

2025

Bandwidth explosion

Such tools make it not just possible, but inevitable, that education of the future will be different than it is today.

Models

Stages Of Technological Introduction

Stages Of Technological Introduction at Business Schools

PPT Slide

The information technology productivity paradox.

no productivity gains

A View Toward The Future: what should we do more of and what should we stop doing?

What, if anything, do we need to do different to get value from our investments in this technology?

If teachers continue to teach the same way, using the old approaches and evaluation techniques, will having a fully networked environment make any difference?

If students continue to approach the educational experience the same way, using the old tools and techniques, will having a PED make any difference?

The Anderson School of Management at UCLA: A Technology Mediated Learning Environment

Instructor/Learner Interaction Model

What about the future? What will technological evolution mean for our schools and universities?

Fundamental Premise of Education Today

“The picture of distance learning wherein each person studies alone, from their own home, supported by a personal computer and desk videophone, is wrong! Online learning in the future will emphasize community much more than is imagined today.”

Learning Communities

http://lvillage.udayton.edu

A Community of Life Long Learners

A Web Strategy Model

Our Challenge

Our universities and business schools won’t always be the way they are today!

How are we going to participate in their evolution?

Educational supply and demand

Author:

Email: jason.frand@anderson.ucla.edu

Home Page: http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/faculty/jason.frand