Tag Archives: FTTE

On being a futurist

Campus Technology just published an article of mine about my futures work and methods.  I introduce trend analysis, environmental scanning, scenarios, and science fiction, then tie it all together with practical tips for campus technology offices. I admit to loving … Continue reading

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A Future Trends Forum double-header this week

This week we have an embarrassment of riches on the Future Trends Forum. There will be two (2) guests, and each is both fascinating and important. To begin with, today (May 30th) the Forum gets a close look at a new … Continue reading

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The Future Trends Forum town hall meeting, where the guest is your fine selves

This week the Future Trends Forum turns one.  In response, we’re celebrating by holding a community gathering, a virtual town hall meeting.  This Thursday, February 16th, the special guests are… you all. Everyone who has participated – all nearly 60 guests, … Continue reading

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Me making more media: how can it be sustained in 2017?

Yesterday I posted about having two big decisions to make, looking ahead to 2017.  Both decisions concern the various future of education and technology content projects I run, including the FTTE report and the Future Trends Forum.  Thursday’s post was … Continue reading

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Amy Collier today on the Future Trends Forum

Today I’m looking forward to talking with Amy Collier on the Future Trends Forum.  We’re going to discuss critical instructional design, unbundling, remote collaboration, and more. Amy’s the Associate Provost for Digital Learning at Middlebury College, where she: provides strategic vision … Continue reading

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Bridget Burns on this week’s Future Trends Forum

This week’s Future Trends Forum guest is Bridget Burns, the leader of a fascinating multi-campus project. Burns founded and directs the University Innovation Alliance, a group of public universities striving to expand access and inclusivity. Washington Monthly named her as one … Continue reading

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What should we ask Google’s education evangelist tomorrow?

This Thursday I’m excited to host a terrific guest on the Future Trends Forum. He’s Google’s education evangelist, Jaime Casap. Jaime focuses on the links between social justice, technology, access, and education.  In addition to those issues, I plan on asking … Continue reading

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