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● Innovation and Technology
● Some Change Attempt Examples
● Dominant Private Practice for Change
● Government Failure to Precipitate
● SO WE CAN IGNORE IT ALL WHEN IT COMES TO OUR OWN PROGRAMS!
● Education and Government:
Resistant to Change
● Examples of the Kind of Questions That I Intend to Ask As a Way of Infecting You With Viral Ideas
● Do You Remember?
● Technological Ethics
● Creative Deconstruction Destruction
● Key Effects of IT Age
● Centers Are Shifting
● Determinism: A Short Cut
● Technological Determinism
● One Word: Database
● Convergence
● Analog: Standardization
● Digital: Standardization
● Government and Education As A Service
● Steps to GAAS UP
● The Next 50 Years
● The Pace of Change Is Accelerating
● Four Ways to IT
● Universal Access
● The Digital Majority
● Spare Parts
● Now Picking Up a Spare…
● Brain Computer Interface
● Unlocking Eric
● More Than the Sum of Our Parts
● Computer Tipping Point
● Kurweil’s Vision
● Before You Retire or Die
● Hi, HAL
● Convergence in Learning
● Inherent IT Advantages in Education?
● Are We Taking Advantage of the Inherent Advantages of IT in Education?
● What Is Most Out of Whack?
● Courseware
● More Courseware Steps…
● Final Courseware Steps
● Courseware Layers
● Digital Content—Essential Raw Material
● Do What Students Do
● Where Can We Go From Here?
● Data-Based Decisions
● What and Where Is Work and Who or What Does It?
● Unbundling the Teaching Profession
● Job Description for a Teacher
● Converged Science
● Consider the Medical Model and Distributed Work
● Converged Learning Management
● The Old New Key Questions
● Put Simply…
● Example: Note Taking
● Questions and Answers
● Education Technology Objectives

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https://www.ets.org/Media/Research/conf_LD_Varn.ppt

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innovation and technology as with all students the opportunity for students with learning disabilities to compete for college admissions succeed in college and in the global market place depends upon the quality of their educational preparation and the systems they rely upon. enhancing the effectiveness depends upon technology and innovation. richard varn will describe the challenges of relevance and innovation in technology that must be confronted in order for students with learning disabilities to achieve their goals in preparing for college. varn will discuss how technology will reshape the schools and education systems that students with learning disabilities rely upon for preparation and the colleges and university environments that they will be entering. he will discuss issues that policymakers educators and others must confront to close gaps in preparation and college access for students with learning disabilities. innovation and technology two key ingredients for improving preparation and transition to college richard j. h. varn whoever desires constant success must change his conduct with the times. there is nothing more difficult to take in hand more perilous to conduct or more uncertain in its success than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things. because the innovator has for enemies all those who have done well under the old conditions and lukewarm indifferent uninterested defenders in those who may do well under the new. cio some change attempt examples ۱۹۹ world wide web… dna forensics broadband video history archive iowa electronic university indoor playgrounds government services card ۱ to ۱ computing e medical records health care pooling courseware camps ad supported e mail ۱ e by ۲ ۳ ip video and telephony gis gps criminal tracking dominant private practice for change high value low value high cost low cost current process new process leap and reap rapidly government failure to precipitate creep and weep over a much longer time high value low value high cost low cost current process new process current process keep the old process but do less of it where we passionately and methodically search for new insight into how the brain functions how we learn and the factors and methods of human organization and success … so we can ignore it all when it comes to our own programs education and government resistant to change pushing change in education and government is like trying to run through a wall of spandex… …coated with teflon so nothing sticks… and imbued with the universal element bureaucratium an amazing substance that seems indestructible and repels everything… examples of the kind of questions that i intend to ask as a way of infecting you with viral ideas no birds are involved in transmission… do you remember plop pop cop technological ethics would it be unethical to make learning addictive hint tv music game drug pornography gambling and other industries do not understand the question time value mind share learning where the time goes the mind goes technological ethics which does not fit licentiousness extremes titillation comfort or learning we try to do analog replication and combination of these easier things to help learning like with games that teach or a dramatization of an idea such as with les miserables. technological ethics what about when we can digitally and elementally duplicate the pleasurable to achieve the difficult as we identify the electrochemical processes and stimulants that are involved with pleasure spirituality comfort fun etc. will the vice and commercial industries be the only ones willing and able to use them if we can make learning to solve quadratic equations feel like eating junk food gaming and skateboarding all at once what is wrong with that creative deconstruction destruction modern science and technology humanity’s great quest being able to observe identify model manipulate create form and combine the parts of anything cosmos atoms genes cells brains bodies ecosystems knowledge work processes markets and institutions key effects of it age digitalization automation robotization miniaturization specialization customization globalization mutation commoditization disintermediation modularization technological determinism acronymization or tccta tendency to create colorful technical acronyms. if you have a problem with that join spam or society to prevent acronym memorization. centers are shifting center of proximity and concentration center of culture entertainment center of production center of application center of global scale center of excellence center of integration center of creativity center of discovery center of brokering center of service concierge at large past settled future frontier the postman proviso ۲ ۵ center for digital government. all rights reserved. quote with attribution only . our little secret is that technology is not neutral. the good news is that it can be and is being used to blow up tired old processes. as the center’s senior fellow richard varn is fond of observing change key interconnected tools and the rest of the system will change … inevitably. determinism a short cut the long term sneaky way to change the world without ever asking permission or having to try to convince those who will be forced to change and already hate the idea whatever it is and no matter what it is before you even thought of it. change key interconnected tools and the rest of the system will change. technological determinism technological systems are interconnected webs. the history of such systems shows a consistent repeating pattern. changes in the speed power or complexity of one part causes comparable changes in all other parts to which it is connected. one word database tools are viral containers of ideas. how we think differently from their use is often even more important than what they actually do. do you remember the first time you clicked instead of typed do you remember pocket protector wearers saying gui was a waste of time and resources and was the same as typing commands the viral idea was the connection between interface function and data and they could not see it. the dominant tool metaphor idea of our time is the database. convergence the coming together or merging of jurisdictions industries companies tools and technologies products and devices professions and skills jobs the viral spread of it across and within industries …

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https://www.ets.org/Media/Research/conf_LD_Varn.ppt

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