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Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
Horizon Report overview, spring 2009
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  • 1. NERCOMP SIG April 16, 2009
  • 2. Plan of the day
    • Methods
    • Six trends
    • Next steps
    • Presentation
    • Discussion
    • Pedagogy
    Cogdogblog, http://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/2889128918/
  • 3. What is the Horizon Report?
    • Annual document (2002 on)
    • New Media Consortium + Educause ELI
    • Team of experts ->Delphi method
  • 4. Principles of Forecasting (2001) ( http://www.forecastingprinciples.com/methodologytree.html ) Apprehending the futures
  • 5. Principles of Forecasting (2001) ( http://www.forecastingprinciples.com/methodologytree.html ) Apprehending the futures
  • 6. Method to the madness
    • [A] comprehensive review and analysis of research, articles, papers, blogs, and interviews
    • [We] discussed existing applications and brainstormed new ones.
    • A key criterion was the potential relevance of the topics to teaching, learning, research, and creative expression.
    • Iteration, ranking, reiteration, reranking
  • 7. Research questions
    • What would you list among the established technologies that learning-focused institutions should all be using broadly today to support or enhance teaching, learning, research, or creative expression?
  • 8. Research questions
    • What technologies that have a solid user base in consumer, entertainment, or other industries should learning-focused institutions be actively looking for ways to apply?
  • 9. Research questions
    • What are the key emerging technologies you see developing to the point that learning-focused institutions should begin to take notice during the next three to five years? What organizations or companies are the leaders in these technologies?
  • 10. Research questions
    • What do you see as the key challenges related to teaching, learning, or creative expression that learning-focused institutions will face during the next five years?
  • 11. Research questions
    • What trends do you expect to have a significant impact on the ways in which learning-focused institutions approach our core missions of teaching, research, and service?
  • 12. Technologies to watch
    • Mobiles
    • Cloud computing
    • Geo-everything
    • 4. Personal Web
    • 5. Semantic-aware apps
    • 6. Smart objects
  • 13. Key trends
    • “ Increasing globalization continues to affect the way we work, collaborate, and communicate.”
    • “ The notion of collective intelligence is redefining how we think about ambiguity and imprecision”
  • 14. Key trends
    • “ Experience with and affinity for games as learning tools is an increasingly universal characteristic among those entering higher education and the workforce…”
    • “ Visualization tools are making information more meaningful and insights more intuitive…”
  • 15. Critical challenges
    • “ There is a growing need for formal instruction in key new skills, including information literacy, visual literacy, and technological literacy.
    • Students are different, but a lot of educational material is not.
    • We are expected, especially in public education, to measure and prove through formal assessment that our students are learning.“
  • 16. Critical challenges
    • “ Higher education is facing a growing expectation to make use of and to deliver services, content, and media to mobile devices.
    • Significant shifts are taking place in the ways scholarship and research are conducted, and there is a need for innovation and leadership at all levels of the academy.”
  • 17.
    • The Horizon Report site: http://www.nmc.org/horizon
    • Social bookmarks: http://delicious.com/tag/hz09
    • Today's wiki page for aggregating information and responses: http://tinyurl.com/ctce4e

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