Launching a new project: Future Trends in Technology and Education

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).  FTTE has the same mission as its precedessor: to track recent developments in education, especially those driven by digital technologies, with the ultimately goal of discerning forces driving the future of academia.

The report appears once a month, and consists of a pdf with text (mostly) (very economical), images (charts, tables), and extensive footnotes.  I’ll upload samples to this site shortly.  Each FTTE issue develops via the Web, as I use Twitter and this blog to find, share, get feedback on, test out new stories and evidence.

It’s a new effort, a pilot, an experiment.  That means I’m eager for feedback.  I’ll also be tweaking things over the next months, seeing what works best.

Subscription is free.  Information on FTTE lurks on this page.

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I’d like to thank the many people who have helped me create this offering, including those who contributed news items, resources, and strategic advice.

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1 Response to Launching a new project: Future Trends in Technology and Education

  1. Lee Tae Woong says:

    I really interesting about your article. So I want to follow your efforts. Thanks!!

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