Så kom The Horizon Report 2012 HiEd Edition

Hvert år i jan/feb udgiver amerikanske NMC og ELI deres Horizon Report med en forudsigelse over hvilke teknologier, der vi få betydning for uddannelsesverdenen indenfor de nærmeste fem år.

Pressemedelser:

This year’s NMC Horizon Report identifies mobile apps and tablet computing as technologies expected to enter mainstream use in the first horizon of one year or less. Game-based learning and learning analytics are seen in the second horizon of two to three years; gesture-based computing and the Internet of Things are seen emerging in the third horizon of four to five years. View the work that produced the report on the wiki

  • Time-to-Adoption Horizon: One Year or Less
      • > Mobile Apps
      • > Tablet Computing
  • Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Two to Three Years
      • > Game-Based Learning
      • > Learning Analytics
  • Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Four to Five Years
      • > Gesture-Based Computing
      • > Internet of Things

Du kan læse en god gennemgang hos Campus TechnologyThe 6 Technologies That Will Shape Higher Ed.

The annual NMC Horizon Report–this year released jointly by NMC and the Educause Learning Initiative–focuses on the key technology areas that researchers identify as applicable to teaching and learning and likely to have a major impact on educational institutions within the next five years, broken down into the technologies that will have an impact in the near term, mid-term, and longer term. The report also identifies “critical” challenges facing education in the near future.

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