Tag Archives: 3d printing

Middle and high school students making history with 3d printing

As a futurist I’m always looking for stories and datapoints that suggest possible directions for education and technology.  Sometimes I’m actively involved in those stories. Last Saturday I helped judge a Vermont 3d printing contest.  This is an annual event, … Continue reading

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Teenagers 3d printing local history: technology, pedagogy, and inspiration in Vermont

Recently I was invited to help judge a 3d printing contest for my state’s middle and high schools.  So this past Friday I drove across and down the Green Mountains to Randolph, where Vermont Technical College is based.  It was an exciting … Continue reading

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Emerging technologies for education: the 2013 Horizon Report

What emerging technologies will impact academia over the next few years? Over the past several years I’ve been working on the higher education version of the Horizon Report, a New Media Consortium (NMC) and Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) project designed to … Continue reading

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