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Today, February 27, we continue our week of brainstorming a future of education project. Yes, it’s day #2 of the FOECast ideation week! Yesterday we considered what value we obtained from the Horizon Report and similar projects. Discussion occurred across many … Continue reading
Today, February 26, we begin our week of brainstorming a future of education project. Yes, it’s day 1 of the FOECast ideation week! Today’s prompt is, What needs did the Horizon Report meet? Think about it. How did Horizon inspire … Continue reading
What project should we create to grasp the future of education and technology? Over the past month I’ve helped start Code Name FOECast, an effort to build plans and prototypes for just such a project. Now FOECast’s first event is … Continue reading
Here’s an update on the New Media Consortium bankruptcy story (and here are my previous posts, if you’d like to catch up). Several important things have happened over the past week. Yesterday EDUCAUSE successfully acquired the NMC’s intellectual property. The organization’s president, … Continue reading