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A free ebook on mobile learning has appeared, ably wrangled by David Rogelberg. It’s “Mobile Education – Lessons from 35 Education Experts on Improving Learning with Mobile Technology” , and you can read it embedded below: Mobile Education – Lessons from 35 … Continue reading
I published a new article on “Gaming the Future of Higher Education” over at the NITLE Academic Common site. The short essay describes several approaches, including scenarios, role-playing. and a prediction market. Comments are welcome!
This week I’m starting a new project. It’s a monthly email newsletter called Future Trends in Technology and Education, or FTTE. It’s the successor to the Future Trends report I created for the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE). … Continue reading
This month I fired off the first issue of a monthly report on the future of higher education. It’s called Future Trends, and goes to leaders of NITLE Network campuses. In each report I present a list of significant trends … Continue reading
My NITLE colleague Lisa Spiro and I have co-authored a new paper. “Open Education in the Liberal Arts: A NITLE Working Paper” (April 2012) is a working paper that covers a lot of open education ground. We describe the … Continue reading
My last Educause Quarterly column just came out, “Imagining the Future of Higher Education”. And I had a lot of fun with it, from outrageous scenario names to sneaking in ghost stories.
A new column of mine just appeared. It’s about the future of collaboration and its impact on education. I posit a transformed collaboration space, “a planetary field of collaborative play, uneven and dynamic.” This has huge implications for education. …schools … Continue reading