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  1. Our Future…Our Choice Bradley C. Wheeler Assoc VP & Dean of IT Office of the Vice President & CIO Assoc Prof. of Information Systems Kelley School of Business Indiana University

  2. Proposition #1 P1: The educational system is meeting the needs of society. A1: Transformative forces are imposing change on the educational system. OSPI User Conference July 2004

  3. Proposition #2 P2: Current approaches for documenting, assessing, and credentialing learning and competencies are adequate. A2: New approaches are required. OSPI User Conference July 2004

  4. Proposition #3 P3: Education -- as an industry -- has models for effective inter-institutional, technology-enabled change. A3: We must find a better model. OSPI User Conference July 2004

  5. Applications? Open Source is Moving up the Stack Apache, JBoss Linux TCP/IP, SendMail, HTTP Two Challenges for IT in Higher Ed • Delivering sustainable economics to satisfied users • Advancing the frontiers of innovation for user expectations OSPI User Conference July 2004

  6. P1: Transformative forces P2: ePortfolios essential P3: Models for change Recent Historical Examples Models for Industry Change

  7. Black Board Industry Shakeout WebCT ? Consolidation? Home Grown Sakai 1995 2004 2007 2002 Course Management Systems Commercial OSPI User Conference July 2004

  8. Black Board Industry Shakeout Oracle Home Grown 1998 2004 2007 2002 University Enterprise Portals Commercial uPortal Pre-emptive OSPI User Conference July 2004

  9. Home Grown 1998 2007 2004 ePortfolio Software? ? Commercial ? What future will we choose? OSPI User Conference July 2004

  10. What Lessons for ePortfolio? • Economic efficiencies will prevail • Economies of scale and network effects • Our choices will accelerate/impede this outcome • Investments choose a coordination model • Corporate coordination via licensing fees • Self-coordination through shared will • Designing the software and organization • Sustainable economics & innovation • Highly functional community OSPI User Conference July 2004

  11. Commercial Coordination Closed IP LicensingFees Creating Software Unbundled IP & Support + Commercial Support Options Sustaining Software Maintenance Fees In Search of a Better Model… …for how we pay and what we get. Software is not free. Higher Ed Coordination Open IP Community Source Projects Bundled IP & Support Partnering Organizations Objective…sustainable economics and innovation for satisfied users OSPI User Conference July 2004

  12. Solo Functional Partnership Dysfunctional Partnership Higher Ed Collaboration Can higher ed capture economies of scale in software creation and maintenance? • Capturing Industry Leverage: • Learning how to partner • Synchronizing institutional • investments • IT architecture discipline • Creating effective consortia • Common licensing!! Lifecycle System Costs/ Effectiveness ? Number Participating OSPI User Conference July 2004

  13. Chandler/Westwood Controlling Our Destiny • Functionality of systems, integration, standards…innovation • Cost of systems operations, maintenance, timing, evolution PKI Dartmouth OSPI User Conference July 2004

  14. P1: Transformative forces P2: ePortfolios essential P3: Models for change The ePortfolio Challenge

  15. What is an ePortfolio? Distinguished by • Individual-centric • Learner-OWNED A collection of purposefully-organized digital artifacts that support backward and forward reflection to augment and assess growth over time. OSPI User Conference July 2004

  16. ePortfolio Objectives • for Learners • Provide the tools for reflective assessment with structure and purpose • for Instructors • Assessment via demonstration of competencies • Within and across courses, educational experiences • for Institutions • Institutional assessment for accreditation, measurement of progress, admissions • for Society • Career, volunteering OSPI User Conference July 2004

  17. Faculty and/or Course Portfolios Scholarship of Teaching & Learning OSP 2 Mellon Project Within and across courses, disciplines, faculty, careers, and institutions Within and across courses and universities, colleges, trade schools, etc. Higher Ed Portfolio Software Within and across companies, personal pursuits, professional development, experiences, or additional degrees Career Development Portfolio Software Within and across courses and schools K-12 Portfolio Software Personal Portfolio Data Four Domains of ePortfolio OSPI User Conference July 2004

  18. Career View Grad School View The Friction-less ePortfolio? Within and across courses and universities, colleges, trade schools, etc. OSPI User Conference July 2004

  19. P1: Transformative forces P2: ePortfolios essential P3: Models for change About the Open Source Portfolio Initiative Build ePortfolio Software Facilitate Community

  20. OSPI User Conference July 2004

  21. Open Source Portfolio Initiative • Build the Open Source Portfolio (OSP) • Java / J2EE • Sakai’s Technology Portability Profile / OKI • Licensed under OSPI License 1.0 • Most similar to Jabber Open Source License • Moving to a common license • The Educational Community License 1.0 (ECL) OSPI User Conference July 2004

  22. OSP Challenges • Learner-owned data, views, access • Inter-institutional authenticity, integrity of artifacts • Scoping for now…thinking about tomorrow • Data standards, threads of ePort software everywhere • Engage other ePortfolio domains: K-12, Career, Faculty… OSPI User Conference July 2004

  23. Call to Engagement • P1: Change is upon us • P2: Life-long learning – for a knowledge-based economy – needs portfolios • P3: Our choices create the model • Your engagement, choices, influence, and contributions [collectively] determine the path for ePortfolio evolution OSPI User Conference July 2004

  24. P1: Transformative forces P2: ePortfolios essential P3: Models for change Our Future…Our Choice Bradley C. Wheeler Assoc VP & Dean of IT Office of the Vice President & CIO Assoc Prof. of Information Systems Kelley School of Business Indiana University