Public Higher Education is Not Going to Look like What We re Used To

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Aaron Brower, Provost

UW-Extension

Public Higher Education is

Not Going to Look like What

We’re Used To

ITMC  Fall  2015  Joint  Mee3ng  

October  19,  2015  

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Increased need for higher ed

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Demographics of undergrads

3.

State funding and fiscal models

4.

Technology

Factors Driving

Higher Ed Revolution

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2018 Jobs Require More Education

Source: Carnevale, Anthony P. et al. (June 2010). Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and Education Requirements Through 2018.

Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce. www9.georgetown.edu/grad/gppi/hpi/cew/pdfs/FullReport.pdf

Needing degrees by 2025

US: 63%

WI: 61%

Where are we now?

US: 38%

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More students are seeking

higher ed than ever before

15.6 million undergrads in 2001

18.1 million undergrads in 2011

20.3 million by 2021

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Only 15% are “Traditional” Students

85%  not  full-­‐3me,  not  18-­‐24,  not  living  in  or  

around  campus  

33%  undergrads  work  full-­‐3me  &  44%  work  

part-­‐3me  

Nearly  25%  undergrads  are  parents  

38%  are  25+  and  25%  are  30+  

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Only 15% are “Traditional” Students

43%  aCend  2-­‐year  colleges  

About  half  of  degrees  awarded  are  “sub-­‐

baccalaureate”  

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1961              1966            1971            1976              1981            1986              1991            1996            2001              2006            2011  

 

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Wisconsin Fiscal Support for Higher Education

per $1000 of Personal Income

FY1961 to FY2013

4. 34 4.59 4. 86 5. 29 6. 00 7. 22 8. 09 10. 21 11. 36 11. 13 11. 05 12. 85 13. 60 14. 71 14. 03 13. 11 13. 08 13. 04 12. 69 12. 27 11. 91 11. 20 10. 61 10. 89 10. 88 10. 48 10. 23 10. 28 10. 18 10.34 10. 10 9.79 9.84 9. 47 9. 44 8. 78 8. 33 8. 15 7. 97 7. 62 7. 94 7. 63 7. 44 6. 65 6. 37 6.17 6.25 6.19 6.18 6.33 6. 98 5. 33 5. 23

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Wyoming Fiscal Support for Higher Education

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6. 45 7. 73 7. 36 8. 06 7. 91 10. 04 9. 70 11. 95 11. 14 13. 76 12. 43 14. 03 12. 65 14. 46 12. 76 16. 92 14. 84 15.01 14. 02 12. 80 14. 84 14. 94 16. 32 15. 20 16. 83 16. 10 16. 22 16. 23 17. 05 16. 85 16. 63 15. 37 14. 31 13. 83 13. 62 12. 99 13. 03 12. 44 12. 01 11. 17 11.33 11. 19 12. 43 12. 46 12.62 13. 78 13. 87 12. 68 13. 52 11. 48 14. 36 13. 13 14. 12

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You may download individual 8.5x11 state charts at:www.postsecondary.org/peocountry.asp

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Accessible  to  new  popula3ons  

Built  around  project  based  learning  

Blended  learning  will  be  ubiquitous  

For  UW  System,  u3lize  strengths  of  each  UW  

and  cross-­‐ins3tu3onal  collabora3ons  

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What  we  teach  with…  

 

Textbooks  of  the  future  will  be  

“filtered”  portals  to  the  

google  world  

 

 

 

 

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Google  World  vs.  Card  Catalogue  World  

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Direct Assessment CBE

Learning

Outcomes

Course-Based

Instruction

Assessment

Instruc(on  

Developed  

Faculty  

Competencies  

Faculty

Developed

Assessments

MOOC’s  

Prior  Learning  

Military  

Self-­‐Taught  

Curated  Content  

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Next to Flex

UW FLEX IS UW

PARTNERSHIP MODEL

AAS  

Nursing  

IT  

Diag.  Imag.  

Prof./Bus.  Com.  

GIS  

Mgmt.  BA  

AODA  

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8  competency  sets  (curricular  areas)

   

 

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Research  and  evidence-­‐based  prac3ce

   

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Leadership  and  management

   

w

Community  health  nursing

   

w

Founda3ons  of  professional  nursing  prac3ce

   

w

Informa3on  management  and  healthcare  technology

   

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Chronic  care  management

   

w

3  upper  division  nursing  elec3ves

   

w

Capstone

 

 

Assessment  projects:  

Chronic  Care  Management

 

     

ü 

Chronic  disease  management  and  nursing  role  presenta3on  

ü 

Pa3ent  vigneCe  and  self-­‐management  care  plan  

ü 

Transi3onal  care  model  paper  

HOW  DOES  IT  LOOK?  

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The Student Perspective

Carla Lundeen

RN Case Manager at Western WI Cares

Bachelor of Nursing

“Here’s how I approach Flexible

Option assessments: First, I look at

the assessments and try to figure

out the big picture. Then I go back

and fill in the places I know I have

the knowledge; then I look at the

gaps in my knowledge. For

example, one of the first projects I

had to do was on quality

management—that’s what I do for

a living.”

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New educational model

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Self-paced vs. semesters

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No set path through curriculum

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Increased access

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Flexible delivery blends technology with F2F

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New roles and workloads for faculty & staff

 

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New operational model

Ø

New

Student Engagement System

(integrated SIS/

CRM/LMS) for admissions, bursar, registration,

transcripts, financial aid

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Efficiencies through centralization, standardization

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New business model

Ø

Self-supporting & intended to scale

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No ongoing direct state support

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¡ 

HLC & Disc. Accreditors,

US Dept of ED

§ Financial Aid

§ Direct Assessment

§ Experimental Sites

¡ 

Institutional Policies &

Practices

¡ 

No off-the-shelf

§ Creating own Student

Engagement System

¡ 

Market-driven decisions

¡ 

Federal & State

policy

¡ 

Infrastructure-back end

operations

¡ 

Future program

array

FIRST IN THE NATION

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UW FLEX

SMARTSCRIPT

REQUIREMENTS

§

Authoritatively conveys

what student has done

§

Legend

describes competency-based nature and structure of UW Flex

§

Standardization

across every Flex degree and certificate program

§

Verifiability

: transcript serves as an official record of quality and quantity

of learning

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Translatability

from CBE to traditional currencies of student learning

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Ability to drill down

to competency levels

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Ability to link digitally

to student work, e-portfolios, badges, etc.

§

Interoperability

to other information systems within and beyond UW

System

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Public Higher Education is

Not Going to Look like What

We’re Used To

ITMC  Fall  2015  Joint  Mee3ng  

October  19,  2015  

Aaron Brower, Provost

UW-Extension

608-262-6151

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