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  • The National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE) works with a diverse community of liberal arts colleges and universities. This national network is focused on developing a deep understanding of the undergraduate student experience, the impact of the broader technological environment on teaching and learning, and the future of liberal education.

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  • NITLE meets PACOMP - March 2013
  • Communitiesof practiceResearchJoint projectsOutreach
  •  Network platform: events f2f/online Partnerships Translation
  •  Extraordinary political or economic event Technology breakthrough (ex: AI, unrest)
  • Next 20 years?ScreeningInteractingSharingFlowingAccessing Pattern recognition:Generating Deductions from scanning -Kevin Kelly
  •  Assemble experts Probe for opinions Rank and distill ideas Reiterate
  • Time-to-Adoption Horizon:One Year or LessMassively Open Online CoursesTablet Computing
  • Time-to-Adoption Horizon:Two to Three YearsBig Data and Learning AnalyticsGame-Based Learning
  • Digital humanitiesDigital literacyPublishing crisisOpen vs closed
  •  Monthly environmental scan report Developed + tested through social media December-January campus survey
  • 1. Economics and college finances2. Communities and populations3. Teaching and learning and tech4. Technology ecosystem5. The future of liberal education6. MOOCs7. Scholarship
  • Continued Academic cost/value union critiques crisis of online learningThe higher Changes in education internships bubble Crowdsourcing concept in academia
  • Student and parent anxieties about debt and employmentDemographic changes in student body: race, sizePossible intergenerational tensions among facultyAdjunctification risingRestructuring library staffData analytics
  • Uses of social  Learning media analyticsUses of Web  Changes in video library role  DigitalChanges in the humanities (in LMS world classroom)Blended  The rise of the learning Maker movement
  • 3d printing digitalEbooks videosocial cloud media computingThe Web Apple vs plateau? Google
  • tablets automation succeeding and artificial laptops intelligence the growingaugmented mobile reality world
  • Financial stressesInternational campuses and competitionLiberal education and/vs vocational trainingLiberal arts institutions’ role in K-12The MOOC challenge
  • Credit for MOOCsSTEM vs humanitiesSustainabilityxMOOC vs cMOOCLiberal arts campuses entering
  • Open contentPossible divide growing between research and teachingChanges to the scholarly publication ecosystemRise of the digital humanities (as scholarly work)The library role
  •  NITLE Future Trends page: http://www.nitle.org/future_trends. php Bryan on 1970s tech: bryan.alexander@nitle.org Bryan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bryanalexander