Tech trends that bend 2-2014

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Five emerging technology trends that bend, that is, that will substantially change how we do live, learn, work and play. Trends (as of 2/2014) are: Big Data, Augmented Reality, Semantic Web, xTreme BYOD, and Transmedia Storytelling.

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Tech trends that bend 2-2014

  1. 1. Big data Augmented R Semantic web Extreme BYOD Transmedia Digital Citizen
  2. 2. Foundational futurism concepts 5 bending tech trends Ed bending trends deTECHtive questions Student activities
  3. 3. question #2 future goes on for a long time... your timeline?
  4. 4. corollary to question #2 what will never happen?
  5. 5. Really here to tell you a story of info overload
  6. 6. hero
  7. 7. Slaying the dragon of info overwhelment, and saving the digitally deluged through connected information
  8. 8. C Drowning in info, hero rescued by trends that bend, knowledge gained during journey, & falls cautiously in love with info overwhelmed world
  9. 9. Some rights reserved through Creative Commons http://www.ethority.de/weblog/social-media-prisma/ Some rights reserved through Creative Commons by andres.thor
  10. 10. Some rights reserved through Creative Commons http://www.ethority.de/weblog/social-media-prisma/ Some rights reserved through Creative Commons by andres.thor
  11. 11. Some rights reserved through Creative Commons http://www.ethority.de/weblog/social-media-prisma/ Some rights reserved through Creative Commons by andres.thor
  12. 12. Some rights reserved through Creative Commons http://www.ethority.de/weblog/social-media-prisma/ Some rights reserved through Creative Commons by andres.thor
  13. 13. Some rights reserved through Creative Commons http://www.ethority.de/weblog/social-media-prisma/ Some rights reserved through Creative Commons by andres.thor
  14. 14. Some rights reserved through Creative Commons http://www.ethority.de/weblog/social-media-prisma/ Some rights reserved through Creative Commons by andres.thor
  15. 15. contact points
  16. 16. McLuhan List Digital Trends Adweek Nick DeMartino ISTE, Linked In Fielding Media Psych co.design embrace civility commonsense media transmedia Camp mashup ... Michael Felix, AT&T 1000 others many resources...
  17. 17. Media Psychology PhD ! Fielding Graduate University Innovation! Media Critical Thinking ! Digital Storytelling! New Media Some bricks, mostly clicks
  18. 18. Digital Citizenship MOOCAlaska Southeast University of ! Spring 2014 more information: jasonOhler@gmail.com
  19. 19. JasonOhler
  20. 20. http://www.lgmedsupply.com/tenz500.html?gclid=CKaU2NK-jboCFa1_QgoddywAzQ
  21. 21. http://www.lgmedsupply.com/tenz500.html?gclid=CKaU2NK-jboCFa1_QgoddywAzQ
  22. 22. “The result will be a new way in which teachers and students structure their relationship.” The C concept: Collaboration
  23. 23. The C concept: Collaboration “So much information is available to our students that they will have to work together to access the data needed to make informed decisions.”
  24. 24. News Story of the future: ! Insurance company refuses to pay for weekly treatment costs, citing it offered a permanent biological modification
  25. 25. News Story of the future: ! Citing the need to pass standardized tests, family sues school for withholding neurological enhancement
  26. 26. ! The Math Hat Kurzweil newsletter www.kurweilai.net x
  27. 27. question #3 why wouldn’t we do it?
  28. 28. corollary if we can do it, then we will...
  29. 29. corollary medium is the massage... McLuhan
  30. 30. The world looks like a nail ... Maslow
  31. 31. We make our technology and thereafter it makes us...
  32. 32. setting of our story
  33. 33. Our story begins long ago... sometime last week... when everything changed... again...
  34. 34. TODAY CHANGE OUR LIVES TIME
  35. 35. TODAY CHANGE OUR LIVES TIME
  36. 36. TODAY CHANGE OUR LIVES Roller coaster without a braking system TIME
  37. 37. Some rights reserved through Creative Commons http://www.ethority.de/weblog/social-media-prisma/ Some rights reserved through Creative Commons by andres.thor
  38. 38. douglass rushkoff Present Shock stuck in the present
  39. 39. Baby’s life saved with 3D printed device to restore breathing (May 24, 2013) ! Google introduces new search tools to try to read our minds (May 16, 2013) ! Controlling a flying robot with only the mind (June 7, 2013) ! Teaching a robot to anticipate human actions (May 30, 2013) ! Chinese project probes the genetic of genius (May 15, 2013)
  40. 40. Baby’s life saved with 3D printed device to restore breathing (May 24, 2013) ! Google introduces new search tools to try to read our minds (May 16, 2013) ! Controlling a flying robot with only the mind (June 7, 2013) ! Teaching a robot to anticipate human actions (May 30, 2013) ! The Math Hat Chinese project probes the genetic of genius (May 15, 2013) x
  41. 41. question #3 why wouldn’t we do it?
  42. 42. question #6 when do we talk (or even think) about this stuff?
  43. 43. STEM Obsession
  44. 44. STEAM Obsession
  45. 45. STEAM Obsession 92% of scientists, 85% of all engineers are alive today ! add innovators with programming skills who occupy a vast art studio creates an exponential Renaissance Discovery Channel - Next World: Future Intelligence (2009)
  46. 46. question #4 how do we change things as things are changing?
  47. 47. question #5 are we changing things we will regret changing?
  48. 48. question #6 when do we talk (or even think) about this stuff?
  49. 49. motivation
  50. 50. motivation
  51. 51. Not drowning in info is new survival
  52. 52. Michael Dertouzos MIT Computer Science “the ancient human” nonews-news1.blogspot.com/2009_09_01_archive.html
  53. 53. Marshall McLuhan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshall_McLuhan
  54. 54. c o n n e c t s a n d ! DIS CONNECTS
  55. 55. question #7 one compelling benefit justify existence of a technology?
  56. 56. question #8 one person’s access become everyone’s right to access?
  57. 57. From the Kurzweil newsletter! www.kurweilai.net x The Math Hat
  58. 58. question #3 why wouldn’t we do it?
  59. 59. we can have what we want...
  60. 60. question #1 so, what do we want?
  61. 61. question #6 when do we talk (or even think) about this stuff?
  62. 62. big data Trend 1 Trend 1
  63. 63. big data Trend 1
  64. 64. big data Trend 1
  65. 65. big data Trend 1
  66. 66. big data Trend 1 Medium is the massage Determines behavior
  67. 67. big data Trend 1
  68. 68. big data Trend 1 how big?
  69. 69. ! 32-62 million Approximate number of Google hits for “global warming” search, in less than a second 2012
  70. 70. ! 294 billion Approximate number of email messages sent every day 2010
  71. 71. ! 700 billion Approximate minutes/month spent on Facebook 2011
  72. 72. ! 1 petabyte 15) (1x10 (1,000,000,000,000,000)
  73. 73. 1x1015 1,000,000,000,000,000 visual.ly/big-data-storm?view=true
  74. 74. 1x1015 1,000,000,000,000,000 Our output is their input visual.ly/big-data-storm?view=true
  75. 75. ! 2.7 zettabytes 21) 10 (2.7 trillion gigabytes, or (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000)
  76. 76. ! 2.7 zettabytes Amount of web info created, replicated, redistributed - will be 8ZB by 2015 2012
  77. 77. ! Exploring Eric Staten's Facebook Graph in 3D
  78. 78. big data Trend 1 Is no big deal
  79. 79. big data Trend 1
  80. 80. big data Trend 1
  81. 81. big data Trend 1
  82. 82. big data Trend 1
  83. 83. big data Trend 1
  84. 84. big data Trend 1 Our output is their input
  85. 85. big data Trend 1 Their outputs become our choices
  86. 86. big data Trend 1 ?
  87. 87. big data Trend 1 ?
  88. 88. big data Trend 1 BULLET POINTS • info on millions of students! • names, grades, Nationwide student database provides new possibilities for learning providers, raises concern among parents. http://www.edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2013/03/big-data-makes-its-mark-schools-better-or-worse learning habits, test scores! • no need for parent permission! • Facebook activity?
  89. 89. question #7 one compelling benefit justify existence of a technology?
  90. 90. question #8 one person’s access become everyone’s right to access?
  91. 91. big data Trend 1 Nationwide student database provides new possibilities for learning providers, raises concern among parents. http://www.edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2013/03/big-data-makes-its-mark-schools-better-or-worse darcymoore.wordpress.com
  92. 92. big data Trend 1 The Filter Bubble Eli Pariser The Daily Me Negroponte Media inventory myself Prediction vs. choice Freedom, myopia consultants
  93. 93. From the Kurzweil newsletter! www.kurweilai.net x The Math Hat
  94. 94. immersion Trend 2 Trend 2
  95. 95. immersion Trend 2 AUGMENTED REALITY
  96. 96. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D immersed R E A L I T Y always on Turkle overwhelmed
  97. 97. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D immersed R E A L I T Y always on Turkle Cara Heitz, Alaska Teacher of the Year, 2012 at the Augmented Reality Art Gallery at ASTE 2013
  98. 98. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D R E A L I T Y immersed always on what you see where you are Turkle overwhelmed
  99. 99. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D R E A L I T Y immersed always on what you see where you are Turkle overwhelmed
  100. 100. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D R E A L I T Y immersed always on what you see where you are Turkle ? overwhelmed
  101. 101. Augmented, immersive reality
  102. 102. GPS triggered AR
  103. 103. ARt Augmented Reality Art Gallery @ ASTE
  104. 104. http://www.techinasia.com/japan-internet-kiss-machine/ the kissing ‘bot’
  105. 105. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D R E A L I T Y immersed always on what you see where you are what SENSE! you ! SENSE what you however you sense it Turkle what overwhelmed YOU sense
  106. 106. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D R E A L I T Y immersed always on what you see where you are what you ! SENSE Turkle what overwhelmed YOU sense
  107. 107. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D R E A L I T Y Virtual field trip with Andrew Vanden Heuvel vimeo.com/65571649
  108. 108. How Guys Will Use Google Glass DartanionLondon·60 videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UjcqCx1Bvg
  109. 109. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D R E A L I T Y
  110. 110. immersion Trend 2 A U G M E N T E D R E A L I T Y
  111. 111. question #6 when do our students talk (or even think) about this stuff?
  112. 112. semantic web Trend 3 Trend 3
  113. 113. semantic web Trend 3 web 3 ! & web 4
  114. 114. semantic web Trend 3 web 3 ! & web 4 Many web versions
  115. 115. semantic web Trend 3 web 3 ! & web 4 Many web versions ASSUMPTION
  116. 116. preWeb
  117. 117. preWeb
  118. 118. preWeb
  119. 119. preWeb
  120. 120. Web 1.0 READ
  121. 121. Web 2.0 READ • WRITE
  122. 122. Web 2.1 READ • WRITE PAINT
  123. 123. Web 3.0 READ • WRITE PAINT• THINK
  124. 124. semantic web Trend 3 Web 2 Google Knowledge Graph Web 3
  125. 125. semantic web Trend 3 Web 2 Web 3 ASSUMPTION Google Knowledge Graph
  126. 126. Web 4.0 READ • WRITE PAINT• THINK INTERCONNECT IPv6
  127. 127. Craig Venter unveils "synthetic life" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHIocNOHd7A TED Talk - Uploaded on May 21, 2010
  128. 128. semantic web Trend 3 web 3 ! & web 4 Many web versions Web 3 Web 4 app holders
  129. 129. semantic web Trend 3 web 3 ! & web 4 Many web versions Web 3 Web 4 app holders AI
  130. 130. semantic web Trend 3 web 3 ! & web 4 Many web versions Web 3 Web 4 app holders AI Advance our story?
  131. 131. semantic web Trend 3 web 3 ! & web 4 Many web versions Web 3 Web 4 app holders AI Advance our story?
  132. 132. semantic web Trend 3 web 3 ! & web 4 Many web versions Web 3 Web 4 app holders AI Advance our story?
  133. 133. semantic web Trend 3 ASSUMPTION ?
  134. 134. xtreme byod Trend 4 Trend 4
  135. 135. xtreme byod yo Trend 4 individualized workspace emulating us
  136. 136. xtreme byod Trend 4 individualized workspace IT will have to adapt Wearable technology emulating us connectivity?
  137. 137. xtreme byod Trend 4 They want to be like us individualized workspace IT will have to adapt Wearable technology Electronic skin, touch emulating us connectivity? X Kissing BOT
  138. 138. xtreme byod Trend 4 They want to be like us individualized workspace IT will have!to adapt emulating us Wearable technology connectivity? The Math Hat Electronic skin, touch X Kissing BOT
  139. 139. question #3 why wouldn’t we do it?
  140. 140. xtreme byod yo Trend 4 They want to be like us individualized workspace IT Wearable technology Electronic skin, touch emulating us connectivity? X Kissing
  141. 141. xtreme byod Trend 4 individualized workspace IT will have to adapt Wearable technology Electronic skin, touch emulating us connectivity? X Kissing BOT
  142. 142. xtreme byod Trend 4 BRANDING BYOD - ON/OFF
  143. 143. transmedia Trend 5 Trend 5
  144. 144. transmedia Trend 5 Storytelling
  145. 145. transmedia Trend 5 Storytelling
  146. 146. transmedia Trend 5 nbc.com/heroes/ Oct 6, 2013
  147. 147. transmedia Trend 5 The whole buffalo... Kring
  148. 148. transmedia Trend 5 not just TV
  149. 149. transmedia Trend 5 convergence culture Spreadable fan involvement literacies modes Multi channel coordination intelligences media
  150. 150. transmedia Trend 5 convergence culture Spreadable fan involvement literacies modes Multi channel coordination intelligences media
  151. 151. Words Collage
  152. 152. Literacy... Consuming and producing the media forms of the day, whatever they are.
  153. 153. Literacy... Therefore, we need to be able to write well whatever we read.
  154. 154. art the next R... www.jasonOhler.com/nextr
  155. 155. creatical T H I N K I N G
  156. 156. Two tracks to success
  157. 157. transmedia Trend 5 Stories vs. lists
  158. 158. transmedia Trend 5 Storytelling
  159. 159. singularity Trend 6 Trend 6
  160. 160. singularity Trend 6
  161. 161. singularity Trend 6
  162. 162. singularity Trend 6 Ray’s ready for the future
  163. 163. where we are
  164. 164. where we are
  165. 165. where we are
  166. 166. where we are
  167. 167. ed bends....
  168. 168. ed bends.... Attitude = Aptitude Slaying info overload with passion filter
  169. 169. ed bends.... Attitude = Aptitude Creatical Thinking Process trumps content: design learning, maker spaces, creativity
  170. 170. ed bends.... Attitude = Aptitude Creatical Thinking new literacies Digital citizenship jason book cover 7x10two_Proof_3.pdf 1 6/25/2010 3:02:48 PM
  171. 171. question #6 when do we talk (or even think) about this stuff? Text
  172. 172. question #6 I hope it’s soon... Text
  173. 173. Go tell your story! Go tell your story! Thank you… www.jasonOhler.com
  174. 174. Citations, credits, references Slide by slide citations, references, note
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  178. 178. Citations, credits, references 25   Image  content:  Kurzweil  Newsletter  header,  ibid   ! Image  content  (title):  Electrical  brain  stimulation  helps  people  learn  math  faster  (known  hereafter  in  this  citation  list  as  “the  math  hat”)   Source:  Kurzweil  Accelerating  Intelligence  Newsletter   Date:  5/20,  2013   Photo  credit:  The  Kurzweil  site  shows  the  following:  Credit:  Albert  Snowball  et  al./Current  Biology   URL:     http://www.kurzweilai.net/electrical-­‐brain-­‐stimulation-­‐helps-­‐people-­‐learn-­‐math-­‐faster   26   Titling   27-­‐28   Image  content:  lady  on  step  ladder,  looking  to  the  sky     Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://downloads.clipart.com/19161367.jpg?t=1372743536&h=051e25a52747baa89288afec2ddac31a&u=jasonohler   ! ! Data  reference:  Discovery  Channel  -­‐  Next  World:  Future  Intelligence  (2009);  video  watched  on  YouTube   URL:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTrp_nlZ_SI   29   Image  content  Wheel  of  social  media     Title  (wording  under  image):  “Conversations  in  Social  Media  –  Version  5.0”   URL:  http://social-­‐media-­‐prisma.ethority.de   |  http:///www.twitter.com/ethority  |   License  under  the  image:   ! ! ! ! Image  content:  screaming  woman,  ibid.   Note:  Originally  I  wanted  to  use  a  similar  mashup  which  used  a  man’s  face  at  the  center  of  it,  but  I  could  not  Oind  a  reference  for  the  man  in  the  center  of  center.  So,   I  substituted  his  face  with  the  face  of  woman,  which  I  have  access  to  through  clipart.com.   30   Image  content:  Douglas  Rushkoff   By:  Pesbo   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/pearlpirie/8699404221/sizes/o/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution-­‐NonCommercial-­‐NoDerivs  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY-­‐NC-­‐ND  2.0)     ! 31-­‐34   Titles  
  179. 179. Citations, credits, references 35   Image  content:  screenshot  of  Wikipedia   URL:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hierarchy   ! Image:  Sir  Ken  Robinson     http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sir_Ken_Robinson_@_The_Creative_Company_Conference.jpg   License:  Creative  Commons  Attribution-­‐Share  Alike  2.0  Generic   ! ! ! Book  covers:   Pink,  D.  (2009).  Drive.  New  York:  Riverhead  Books.  Cover  artist??   Zhao,  Y.  (2012).  World  Class  Learners.  Thousand  Oaks,  CA:  Corwin  Press.  Cover  design  by  Rose  Storey.   36   Image  content:  Michael  Dertouzos   URL:  nonews-­‐news1.blogspot.com/2009_09_01_archive.html  ??   37   Image  content:  Dr.  Marshall  McLuhan,  looking  into  a  mirror   Source:  Wikipedia.org   URL:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Marshall_McLuhan_holding_a_mirror.jpg   ! ! License:  Wording  on  Wikipedia  states  “The  copyright  holder  of  this  Oile  allows  anyone  to  use  it  for  any  purpose,  provided  that  the  copyright  holder  is  properly  attributed.  Redistribution,  derivative  work,  commercial   use,  and  all  other  use  is  permitted.“   Image  content:  McLuhan  Tetrad   Source:  Wikipedia.org   URL:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetrad_of_media_effects   License:  Text  of  Creative  Commons  Attribution-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License   ! ! 38   Image  content:  microwave   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://downloads.clipart.com/63493958.jpg?t=1372747431&h=815792d816a45be2c4e46b36ed10707c&u=jasonohler   ! 39-­‐40   Titling   41   Kurzweil  “Math  hat,”  ibid   ! 42   Titling   43   Image  content:  question  mark   Source:  Flickr,  located  through  Creative  Commons   Photographer:  modernowl   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/kindoOindie/4060464034/sizes/o/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution-­‐NonCommercial-­‐ShareAlike  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY-­‐NC-­‐SA  2.0)   ! 44-­‐46   Titling   47   Vortex,  screaming  girl,  ibid.   48   Image  content:  ABCs  blocks   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=2734588&a=o&q=blocks&k_mode=all&s=145&e=162&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=422:35:505:13:7:160:204&page=9&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=
  180. 180. Citations, credits, references 49   Image  content:  Partners  on  cell  phones   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=10002950&a=p&q=couple%20cell%20phone&k_mode=all&s=73&e=90&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=14:0:113:0:0:0:32&page=5&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   ! Telephone  wires,  ibid.     Image  content:  STEM  pic,  gears   Source:  Clipart.com   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=2701920&a=p&q=gears&k_mode=all&s=211&e=252&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=152:5:286:18:5:164:52&page=6&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   ! ! 50   Image  content:  child  with  a  globe   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=6297335&a=p&q=globe%20child&k_mode=all&s=1&e=12&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=58:0:12:0:0:22:28&page=&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   ! ! 51-­‐53   Titling   54   Image  content:  Literacy  montage   ! 55   Pic  of  essay   56   Website   57   Website   58-­‐59   Literacy-­‐  titling   60   Partners  on  cell  phones,  ibid   Telephone  wires,  ibid   STEM  pic,  ibid   Boy  with  globe,  ibid   Literacy  montage,  ibid   Book  cover,  ibid   ! Image  content:  Thinking  man   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=3659568&a=p&q=thinking&k_mode=all&s=547&e=588&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=1360:15:2170:24:32:217:744&page=14&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   61   Titling   62   Big  data   ! Image  content:  737  photo   Source:  Flickr,  located  through  Creative  Commons   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/angeloangelo/8557695912/sizes/h/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY  2.0)     ! 63   VHS  image:  VHS  tape   Source:  Wikipedia.org   URL:  https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:VHS_diagonal.svg   License:  This  words  appears  on  the  website:  “I,  the  copyright  holder  of  this  work,  release  this  work  into  the  public  domain.  This  applies  worldwide.
 In  some  countries  this  may  not  be  legally  possible;  if  so:
 I  grant  anyone  the  right  to  use  this  work  for  any  purpose,  without  any  conditions,  unless  such  conditions  are  required  by  law.”   ! 64   Titling   65-­‐66   35  million   Source:  my  own  search   67-­‐68   700  billion  minutes  on  Facebook/month   URL:  http://www.jefObullas.com/2011/09/02/20-­‐stunning-­‐social-­‐media-­‐statistics/#PWXEE7EQco1BXb2J.99  
  181. 181. Citations, credits, references 69-­‐70   294  billion  emails   Source:  Post  and  Courier   URL:  http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20111205/ARCHIVES/312059963   71-­‐74   Big  data   Source:  APCON     URL:  http://visual.ly/big-­‐data-­‐storm?view=true   ! 75-­‐78   2.7  zettabytes   Source:  International  Business  Times   Title:  Technology  Focus:  Moving  to  the  Zettabyte  Era   Author:  David  Zielenziger   Date:  12/4/2011   URL:  http://www.ibtimes.com/technology-­‐focus-­‐moving-­‐zettabyte-­‐era-­‐212712   ! Also   Source:  EETimes   Title:  25th  anniversary  of  Olash  memory  sees  2.7ZB  of  data   Date:  8/27/2012   ! URL:  http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1262409   79   Image  content:  Facebook  graph  of  Eric  Staten   Taken  on:  3/6/11   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/96682437@N00/5503266014/in/photolist-­‐9oiFfN-­‐4xE5uH-­‐9aF1Kz-­‐btG44F-­‐btG51r-­‐btG3jk-­‐btG5ma-­‐btG3MB-­‐btG5Ux-­‐btG4Er-­‐btG1Lc-­‐btG3yr-­‐btG4jt-­‐btG2P6-­‐btG2eM-­‐btG2w8-­‐dNqTL5-­‐ dNkiHr-­‐7VmLeK-­‐8QCJKi-­‐73j7i3-­‐9azFK3-­‐7VBFtA-­‐3a4VwH-­‐3a9qYs-­‐3a9qZm-­‐9av7RF-­‐7XcxGi-­‐FE6ho-­‐dM4Yc4-­‐dQ8Mmj-­‐dM4Ycx-­‐dPbGQ5-­‐5XNtPC-­‐dLVE8b-­‐dLTyK8-­‐dLZ8z9-­‐dLVE8o-­‐dLVE7y-­‐dLQ7gV-­‐bSbEei-­‐5KnHGp-­‐8S5ngo-­‐ddWm8V-­‐aSmN7Z-­‐aSmNpv-­‐aSmNJX-­‐ dkWsdD-­‐3bp4xq-­‐8Rf2Ak-­‐2WS7tz   License:  Attribution-­‐NonCommercial  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY-­‐NC  2.0)     Author:  Amber  Case,  caseorganic   Taken:  8/16/2010   ! ! 80-­‐81   Image  content:  Paper  cutout,  one  person  leaving  the  group   Image  name:  iStock_000002756427Small   Source:  iStock.com   License:  I  paid  for  image   URL:  http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-­‐photo-­‐2756427-­‐think-­‐different.php?st=248f1c8   82   Preceding  plus  blender  images:   ! ! ! Image  content:  blender   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=4045081&a=o&q=blender&k_mode=all&s=1&e=49&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=93:1:8:2:1:1:65&page=&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   Facebook  logo   Image  content:  Kid  wearing  Google  Glass   Source:  CNblogs   URL:  http://news.cnblogs.com/n/144057/   Note:  this  photo  appears  in  many  places  on  the  web;  it  is  impossible  to  discern  the  origins  of  the  original   ! Image  content:  “future”  credit  card   By:  Alain  Ornorm   URL:  http://ornorm.deviantart.com/art/World-­‐Bank-­‐Credit-­‐Card-­‐139864867   License:  Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) ! ! ! ! Image  content:  Digital  footprint,  Wordle   By:  Darcymoore.wordpress.com,  with  permission   Image  content:  Hand  holding  crystal  ball   Photographer:  Garry  Knight   Taken  on:  6/13/2009   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/garryknight/3650151941/   License:  Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0) ! !
  182. 182. Citations, credits, references 83-­‐84   Microwave,  ibid   Kid  graduate  collage:   Image  content:  girl   Source:  clipart.com,  through  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=4509065&a=p&q=child%20graduate&k_mode=all&s=1&e=14&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=31:0:14:0:0:2:24&page=&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   ! ! Image  content:  boy   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://downloads.clipart.com/23315343.jpg?t=1372810108&h=420886def7c99b3f7f878f6e67f5d489&u=jasonohler   85-­‐86   Titling   87   Digital  footprint,  ibid   88   Then  What?  Cover,  ibid   ! ! ! 89-­‐92   Immersion   Image  content:  Cloud  image   Source:  Flickr,  located  through  Creative  Commons   Photographer:  Daniel  Boyd   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/dannykboyd/4746718211/sizes/o/in/photolist-­‐8esaXa-­‐mKcgy-­‐9RqBfq-­‐pk3ng-­‐cjGdZ-­‐5BW9sA-­‐cjGA4-­‐9i6b5b-­‐4o2qJ5-­‐6NZ5cW-­‐6VZsbH-­‐5Fevdo-­‐d3Momw-­‐bi7Rd-­‐9SpDpZ-­‐91crJT-­‐YWpcW-­‐7pu2L1-­‐YWuEd-­‐YRYWM-­‐4eviL-­‐4KJEB-­‐ d2hjis-­‐84o2ER-­‐d2hmQS-­‐6fRpAb-­‐2JSny-­‐cNmdhQ-­‐3KdJ2-­‐csMQXb-­‐eeWc9i-­‐7oFU8a-­‐84r6Mo-­‐96vBcj-­‐81E96w-­‐cCMch-­‐MwWFj-­‐edPJkG-­‐2PeCBn-­‐953rba-­‐35YkUG-­‐4nXkbg-­‐7oFYoX-­‐7oFYrc-­‐4wXS2V-­‐4UwwrJ-­‐4Ushuv-­‐6PKM22-­‐7ZPyYn-­‐hk3by-­‐akiviQ/   License: Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) ! ! ! Image  content:  Silhouette  image,  ibid   Image  content:  Cara  Heitz  at  ASTE  2013,  used  with  permission   Image  content:  Woman  near  lighthouse   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=11713638&a=p&q=cell%20phone&k_mode=all&s=1&e=18&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=1264:8:3476:100:28:87:656&page=&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   93   Image  content:  Matrix-­‐like  Olow   Source:  YouTube   Creator:  The  Biggy  Smith   URL:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9k2OCJk81M   ! Our  conversation:   Uploader  Comments  (thebiggysmith)     •   Jason  Ohler  1  week  ago     Hi  BiggySmith-­‐  I  am  making  a  presentation  to  teachers  and  would  like  to  show  this  to  them  for  about  10  seconds,  to  symbolize  that  our  technology  is  taking  us  "into  the  Matrix."  Do  I  have  your  permission_  to  use  it?  Thank  you.   jasonohler@gmail.com   ·        thebiggysmith  1  week  ago     ah  feel_  free  to  use  it  :)   ·  in  reply  to  Jason  Ohler   ! ! Note:  also  known  as:  sukottosumisu     94   Image  content:  Woman  wearing  Google  glass   Source:  Flickr,  located  using  Creative  Commons   Photographer:  Miguel  Angel  Uriando   Taken  on:  9/17/2012   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/uriondo/7995566165/   License: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) !
  183. 183. Citations, credits, references 95   Movie  content:  Google  glass  movie,  titled:  Google  Glass.mp4   ! URL:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_DsUl_vqvo   License:  awaiting  permission  (7/2/2013)   Note:  notes  are  in  to  two  people,  because  I  can't  tell  who  owns  it,  peter  hirshberg  (https://vimeo.com/46393681)  and  Nikky  Shah  (youtube  version)   ! ! 96   Image  content:  ARt  Powerpoint  slide,  by  myself   97   Image  content:  ARt  in  a  minute,  by  myself   Source:  Youtube   URL:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmompggXLkU   ! ! 98   Image  content:  RL-­‐  AR  –  VR   Source:  Slideshare   Presentation:  Web  3.0:  The  Way  Forward?   Author:  Steve  Wheeler   URL:  http://www.slideshare.net/timbuckteeth/web-­‐30-­‐the-­‐way-­‐forward   License:  Attribution-­‐NonCommercial  2.5  Generic  (CC  BY-­‐NC  2.5)     ! Image  content:  Baby  looking  at  laptop   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:     ! 99   Image  content:  kissing  bot   Source:  Blogotechblog.com   Date:  5/2011   URL:  http://www.blogotechblog.com/wp-­‐content/uploads/2011/05/kissingbox.jpg   ! Story   Title:  Japanese  lab  invents  Internet  kissing  machine   Author:  Doug  Gross   Date:    5/5/2011   URL:  http://www.cnn.com/2011/TECH/innovation/05/05/computer.kiss.device/index.html   100   Microwave,  ibid   Boy  with  diploma,  ibid   Girl  with  diploma,  ibid   101   Image  content:    video,  virtual  Oield  trip  with  Andrew  Vanden  Heuvel   Author:  Eppo,  www.adam-­‐epstein.com   URL:  vimeo.com/65571649   !
  184. 184. Citations, credits, references 102   Image  content  (title):  Seattle  dive  bar  becomes  Oirst  to  ban  Google  Glasses   Source:  CNET     Author:  Casey  Newton   Date:  March  8,  2013   URL:  http://news.cnet.com/8301-­‐1023_3-­‐57573387-­‐93/seattle-­‐dive-­‐bar-­‐becomes-­‐Oirst-­‐to-­‐ban-­‐google-­‐glass/   ! ! Image  content:  close  up,  woman  wearing  a  contact  lens   URL:  commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Contact_Grain.jpg   License:  Attribution-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  (CC  BY-­‐SA  3.0)     ! ! 103   Image  content  (title):  Google  glass:  Privacy  ofOicials  from  six  nations  ask  Larry  Paige  for  more  info   Source:  Digital  Trends   Author:  Trevor  Mogg   Date:  6/19/2013   URL:    http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/google-­‐glass-­‐privacy-­‐ofOicials-­‐from-­‐six-­‐nations-­‐ask-­‐larry-­‐page-­‐for-­‐more-­‐info/   ! ! ! 104   Titling   105   Image  content:  Pic  of  semantic  web   Source:  unknown;  downloaded  recently  but  I  can’t  Oind  it   ! Image  content:  Weird,  man  with  machine  over  his  head   Source:  Flickr,  located  through  Creative  Commons   Photographer/contributor:  James  Vaughan   URL:http://www.Olickr.com/photos/x-­‐ray_delta_one/5868803382/sizes/o/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution-­‐NonCommercial-­‐ShareAlike  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY-­‐NC-­‐SA  2.0)     URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/x-­‐ray_delta_one/5868803382/sizes/o/in/photostream/   ! Image  content:  binary,  0s,  1s   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=4823390&a=p&q=binary&k_mode=all&s=43&e=84&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=24:0:86:0:0:4:0&page=2&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   License:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   ! ! Image  content:  suggestion  box   Source:  Flickr,  located  through  Creative  Commons   Photographer:  Lindsay  Bremnet   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/lindsay_bremner/8130059521/sizes/o/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY  2.0)     ! ! 106   Image  content:  DEC  VAX  Mainframe   URL:  http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:SPEC-­‐1_VAX_6.jpg   License:  Creative  Commons  Attribution-­‐Share  Alike  3.0  Unported   ! Image  content:  Kids  at  desks   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=4896383&a=o&q=student%20desks&k_mode=all&s=1&e=31&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=36:0:61:0:0:14:31&page=&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   License:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   !
  185. 185. Citations, credits, references 107   Image  content:  video,  dinosaur  movie   Source:  YouTube   Creator:  Tara  Arts  Movie   Date  published:  2/18/2013   URL:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLqukN6G7L8   Permission:  Facebook  conversation:   “Jason  Ohler   Dear Tara Arts- I am making a presentation to teachers about what it used to be like in the old days of computing (I'm 60 and I have been at this awhile) and would love to play 15 seconds or so of one of your wonderful dinosaur clips, like T-Rex vs Spinosaurus (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqoB266_DIE); or Harlem Shake (I wouldn't play the music). Playing one of these would set the mood just right. Thank you very much! Jason Ohler
 jasonohler@gmail.com ! ! Tara  Arts  Movie   Sure, Mr. Jason, go ahead... It's my pleasure... 108   Image  content:  Apple  IIe   URL:  https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Apple_IIe_original.jpg   License:  Wording  “I,  the  copyright  holder  of  this  work,  release  this  work  into  the  public  domain.  This  applies  worldwide.”   ! Image  content:  Hayes  Modem   URL:  https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hayes_300_Baud_Smartmodem_02.jpg   License:  Attribution-­‐ShareAlike  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY-­‐SA  2.0)     ! Image  content:  NEC  laptop,  ibid.   105   Image  content:  mainframe,  kids,  ibid.   ! 106-­‐107   My  drawings   108   Web  2.1   Image  content:  photo  of  Deklan,  by  self   ! ! Image  content:  movie,  Hannah   Note:  published  by  me  on  YouTube,  with  parental  permission   Image  content:  video,  animated  gif  if  of  moving  musical  notes   Source:  unknown   113   My  drawings   114   Image  content:  Michael  Jackson  search  with  Google  graph   Photographer:  Sham  Hardy   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/xshamx/7265694406/sizes/o/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0) !
  186. 186. Citations, credits, references 115   Image  content:  Woman  in  tire   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=5299480&a=o&q=woman%20tire&k_mode=all&s=85&e=99&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=188:6:1182:4:19:100:99&page=3&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   ! Image  content:  Union  76  gas  station   URL:  http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Union_76_Gas_Station.jpg   License:  Attribution  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY  2.0)     ! Image  content:  dashboard   Source:  Wikimedia.org   URL:  http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ferrari_California_Dashboard.JPG   License:  Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) ! ! Image  content:  My  own  google  map  shot   116   Image  content:  movie,  Craig  Venter   Source:  YouTube   URL:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHIocNOHd7A   ! 117   Image  content  (title):  Can  essays  be  graded  by  artiOicial  intelligence?   Source:  International  Herald  headline   Author:  John  Markoff   Date:  5/6-­‐7/2013   URL:  http://iht.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx   ! ! 118   Image  content:  surveillance  camera   Photographer:  self,  taken  at  the  San  Diego  convention  center   Microwave,  kids  with  diplomas,  ibid.   ! ! 119   Suggestion  box,  ibid   120   Image  content:  Two  children,  on  piano  bench,  using  iPads   Title:  Why  iPads  (and  tablets  in  general)  will  succeed   Source:  Flickr,  located  through  Creative  Commons   Photographer:  Yan  Chi  Vinci  Chow,  Flickr  name  ticoneva   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/ticoneva/5581825616/   Licnese:  Attribution-­‐NonCommercial  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY-­‐NC  2.0)   ! Image  content:  Baby  looking  at  laptop   Source:  Flickr,  located  through  Creative  Commons   Photographer:  Chris  Smith  (Out  of  Chicago)   ! ! ! URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/cjsmithphotography/5511409574/sizes/o/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution-­‐NonCommercial-­‐ShareAlike  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY-­‐NC-­‐SA  2.0)     121   Image  content:  Ah  hah  woman,  ibid.   Image  content:  Kid  wearing  Google  Glass   URL:  http://news.cnblogs.com/n/144057/   Note:  this  photo  appears  in  many  places  on  the  web;  it  is  impossible  to  discern  the  origins  of  the  original   ! Image  content:  loud  shirt   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://downloads.clipart.com/16235439.jpg?t=1372824811&h=d028f6e57459da1b9ad28c78a0d910ec&u=jasonohler  
  187. 187. Citations, credits, references 122   Kurweil  news  stories,  ibid   ! 123   Titling   124   Japanese  teddy  bear,  ibid   Microwave,  ibid   Kids  with  diplomas,  ibid   125-­‐126   Image  content:  Kid  with  cell  phone   Source:  can’t  locate   License:  I  paid  $50  for  this!  I  am  looking  for  the  reference  (7/2/2013)   ! ! ! Image:  Hand  with  switch   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=3186588&a=p&q=switch&k_mode=all&s=145&e=162&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=195:6:225:11:2:98:524&page=9&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   127   Transmedia  –  titling   128     Image  content:  Woman  and  child  at  computer     License:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=5804393&a=p&q=woman%20child%20computer&k_mode=all&s=19&e=36&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=18:0:93:0:0:19:0&page=2&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   ! 129-­‐132   Image  content:  Photo  of  Henry  Jenkins   Source:  Flickr,  located  through  Creative  Commons   Photographer:  Greg  Peverill-­‐Conti   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/gregpc/8714830976/sizes/m/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) ! Image  content:  Fan  involvement   Source:  Flickr,  located  through  Creative  Commons   Photographer:  Brian  Behrend   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/brianbehrend/4959095/sizes/o/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) ! ! ! ! Image  content:  Social  media,  girl  screaming,  ibid   Image  content:  Microwave,  kids  with  diplomas,  ibid   133   Image  content:  Mother  and  girl  at  computer,  ibid   134   Image  content:  Ray  Kurzweil,  lecturing   Source:  Flickr,  located  with  Creative  Commons   Photographer:  JD  Lasica   URL:  http://www.Olickr.com/photos/jdlasica/3764272129/sizes/l/in/photostream/   License:  Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC 2.0) ! Image  content:  part  of  a  Borg  mask   Source:  Wikimedia  commons   URL:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borg_%28Star_Trek%29;  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Picard_as_Locutus.jpg   License:  fair  use,  as  speciOied     ! Image  content:  Terminator  eyes   Source:  Wikimedia  commons   URL:  http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Terminator%27s_head.jpg   License:  Attribution  2.0  Generic  (CC  BY  2.0)     ! ! Image  content:  My  torso,  ibid.  
  188. 188. Citations, credits, references 135   Image  content  (title):  How  the  Human  Face  Might  Look  in  100,000  years   Source:  Forbes   Writer:  Parmy  Olson   Date:  6/7/2013   URL:  http://www.forbes.com/sites/parmyolson/2013/06/07/how-­‐the-­‐human-­‐face-­‐might-­‐look-­‐in-­‐100000-­‐years/   ! ! 136   Image  content:  Cloud,  binary,  semantic  web,  kids  at  desks,  ibid   Image  content:  girls  swimming   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:   http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=10002707&a=p&q=women%20swimming&k_mode=all&s=1&e=18&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=56:3:107:2:0:43:0&page=&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   
 Image  content:  spiraling  0s  and  1s   Source:  Pixaby.com   URL:  http://pixabay.com/en/binary-­‐code-­‐binary-­‐binary-­‐system-­‐63529/   License:  CC0  1.0  Universal  (CC0  1.0)     ! ! collage,  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription:   -­‐   people  in  movie  theater:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=3645077&a=p&q=movie %20theater&k_mode=all&s=19&e=36&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=63:0:205:0:8:19:3&page=2&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   -­‐   kids  watching  TV:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=4928658&a=p&q=kids%20watching %20tv&k_mode=all&s=1&e=6&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=1:0:6:0:0:0:0&page=&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   -­‐   girl  on  cell  phone,  laptop:   -­‐   http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=4136025&a=p&q=woman %20laptop&k_mode=all&s=1441&e=1458&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=153:1:1749:0:2:8:303&page=81&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   137   Digital  Community  cover,  Boy  and  globe,  Literacy  collage,  Thinking  man,  Boy,  girl  with  diplomas,  ibid   ! Image  content:  cartoon,  man  on  balanced  chairs   Source:  clipart.com,  through  a  paid  subscription   URL:  http://www.clipart.com/en/close-­‐up?o=3746730&a=c&q=man%20chair%20light&k_mode=all&s=1&e=11&show=&c=&cid=&Oindincat=&g=&cc=11:0:3:1:0:32:0&page=&k_exc=&pubid=&color=&b=k&date=   ! 138   Titling   139   Image  content:  Edison’s  initial  recorder   Source:  phonographies.org     Photo  credit  (copyright):  Helen  Petts;  Aleks  Kolkowski  recordist,  Aaron  Williamson  voice  ('The  Feral  Busker').  
 From:  Aleks  Kolkowski,  1/27/2012;  email  on  Oile:   Note:  Thanks  for  your  message  and  comment  about  the  archive  website.  I'm  happy  for  you  to  use  the  image,  provided  that  it's  for  your  presentations  and  not  published,  although  you  are  welcome  to  use  it  on  a  web   page.  In  either  case  please  provide  credits:  
 
 Photo  credit  (copyright):  Helen  Petts  
 Aleks  Kolkowski  recordist,  Aaron  Williamson  voice  ('The  Feral  Busker').  
 From  phonographies.org  
 
 ...  or  something  along  those  lines.  
 
 f.y.i.,  it's  an  original  Edison  'Fireside'  phonograph  c.  1909.  for  playing  and  recording  wax  cylinders.  
 The  horn  is  an  original  c.  1905  phonograph  recording  horn  that  came  from  an  early  sound  studio  in  Norwich.  
 it's  approx.  6.5  feet  in  length.  The  blank  wax  cylinders  are  newly  manufactured  by  Paul  Morris  in  Exeter.    
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  191. 191. improvements in classrooms attribute to how poorly students are doing in today’s economy? During The Next Web Conference Europe, Pearson Chief Digital Officer Juan Lopez-Valcarcel talked about how 46 percent on US college students do not graduate, and those that do, 40 percen do not have the right skills for a job they are applying for.  this may be due to the fact that while tuition has increased by 70 percent in the last 10 years, the value of the degree has declined by 1 same time frame.  But the biggest problem is, for in-demand jobs today and in the future, pertinent courses are not being offered in universities or colleges.  For instance, if someone wants to be you won’t find a school offering  a course specific to that job. http://siliconangle.com/blog/2013/07/09/7-technologies-that-could-revolutionize-education/? goback=.gde_84637_member_258572000 and quality of education? So how can things change?  How can technology help transform the state 7 technologies that could revolutionize education   • Invisible Computers Though some schools are equipping students with tablets to facilitate their learning, the device still poses as a barrier as it could be a distraction for some students. And more problems occur wh at home, misplaced or broken.  What happens to students in this scenario?  Lopez-Valcarcel proposes a future with invisible computers, where classroom objects, like a desk, will serve as a com data is available whenever needed.  Teachers can give assignments to students and not worry about the student not being informed about it. • Body Language Assessment Today, some use analytics to predict how well a student will do in an exam based on previous tests or class participation.  With that, the teacher can do something about it, like offer to tutor the s exam, so the student’s chance of failing is reduced. In the future, Lopez-Valcarcel proposes that instructors use body language assessment to determine whether a student is able to follow the discussion.  If a student is writing slowly, keeps wrink stares blankly at the board – these may be signs that a student is struggling to understand, signs that a teacher needs to be aware of.  By becoming aware, the teacher can stop and explain things going to a new topic or ending the discussion. • Robot-Assisted Learning Though some students curse their teachers, sometimes they still need help.  Though Lopex-Valcarcel talked about an MIT project that equipped Ethiopian children with tablets and no instruction able to learn on their own, not everything will come as easily.  He made an example of Korea, where instead of hiring people to teach kindergarten students the English language, since there’s a English teachers in Korea, classrooms were equipped with robots that facilitate assisted learning of the language.  Why robots?  Because kids respond better with robots than a tablet. • Global Rockstar Teachers Massively Online Open Courses seem to be a hot commodity these days.  This allows you to take courses online and earn a degree online.  Some courses just offer reading lists that you need to exam, while others have videos that students can download.  What the future holds is an array of Global Rockstar Teachers – teachers that impart their knowledge online, either via live streamin sessions.  This means that the best teachers will be available for anyone in the world, these teachers will no longer be confined in the top schools that are insanely hard to get in. • Stealth Learning Educational games are boring and they may soon go the way of the dinosaur.  So how can you make learning more fun, or how can you use it as a tool to use for training and hiring?  Make popu educational.  Players won’t even have to know about it.  Wouldn’t it be more fun to go to school and be asked by your teachers to play your favorite game for the whole period?  At first you’d p there’s a catch, but haven’t you noticed how you retain more information about the things you like effortlessly?  Perfect example, my little brother passed a test regarding Dante’s Inferno by pla PS3. • Social Learning Almost everyone is on some kind of social platform.  There’s Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Google+ and numerous others.  Teens use these to communicate about anything that’s happening in vario lives.  Some use social networks to ask their classmates if there are any assignments, or if they have any questions regarding a project.  If educators could take social media a step further and use educational material to students, it could help students engage and learn more. • Open Hardware There are many devices available for consumers these days and some are currently only available to developers.  What if Google Glass was made available to students?  Can they make somethi with it?  If students are given access to developer-aimed devices, could they possibly be the next big name in Silicon Valley? Will technology teach or distract in the classroom?  

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