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An overview of the Horizon Project 2007 (a Flat Classroom Project by Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay)

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  • The Horizon Project An Introduction for students http://horizonproject.wikispaces.com
  • What is the Horizon Project?
    • An online, global collaborative project designed for classrooms around the world to join together with a common curriculum goal.
    • Another Flat Classroom Project
    • by Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay.
    • http:// flatclassroomproject.wikispaces.com
    • Email: [email_address]
  • Where did it come from?
    • This project gets its inspiration from
    • The Horizon Report 2007
    • http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2007_Horizon_Report.pdf
    • a collaboration between the New Media Consortium and the Educause Learning Initiative
  •  
  • What is the report about?
    • The focus of the Horizon Report centers on the applications of emerging technologies to teaching, learning and creative expression.
    • The Horizon Report 2007 identified SIX trends that will have a significant impact on college and university campuses within the next five years.
  • What are the Six Trends?
    • User-Created Content
    • Social Networking
    • Mobile Phones
    • Virtual Worlds
    • The New Scholarship and Emerging Forms of Publication
    • Massively Multiplayer Educational Gaming
  • What is the Horizon Project about for Students?
    • Students from different classrooms will be teamed together to work on one of the six trends
    • There will be 2-3 students per team and 2-3 teams per trend
    • Each trend has a student ‘Project Manager’
  • What Will Students Do?
    • Students will collaborate on a team wiki to provide content under the theme of ‘What the future will look like’ based on the trend being studied
    • Each trend will have an ‘overview’ wiki developed by the Project Manager and the trend teams
  • What Else Will Students Do?
    • Each student will also produce an individual multimedia artefact based on the trend and the theme
    • Suggestions for artefact:
      • ‘ A Day in the Life…..’ of a student/person in the future’
      • ‘ 2020 Vision’ Looking retrospectively on development of the trends
  • Summary of the Six Trends
  • User-Created Content
    • This trend looks at how anyone can now contribute to online content as well as be consumers of it
    • Think about how these contributions can be made (tools, methods, authorship)
    • Think about how uploaded material is tagged and classified and how connections are being made
  • Social Networking
    • This trend looks at making connections and bringing people together
    • Think about what tools are used and how they are used to bring people together online
    • Think about how this is being used to create communities of practice as well as social communities
  • Mobile Phones
    • This trend looks at the convergence of ubiquitous, portable devices and networks that allow for online interaction
    • Think about the development of mobile phones and what they can and will offer everyone
    • Think about how one device can provide access to people, information and data
  • Virtual Worlds
    • This trend is about the development of 3D environments and the way they offer different opportunities for people to interact
    • Think about how effective learning spaces can be utilized in 3D
    • Think about best ways to access and use virtual worlds for different aspects of life
  • The New Scholarship and Emerging Forms of Publication
    • This trend is about scholarly activity and how work is disseminated and evaluated
    • Think about new ways of publication and review of work from a student level and beyond
    • Think about new ways of online and multimedia publication and copyright issues
  • Massively Multiplayer Educational Gaming
    • This trend is about the potential of educational gaming for teaching and learning
    • Think about how games are being developed and what features are applicable to help people learn
    • Thing about the different types of games available or to be developed
  • Tags for Horizon Project
    • Use with http://del.icio.us or on blog posts
    • hz07, hzproject07, horizonproject07
    • For the six trends:
        • user_content and hz07
        • social_networking and hz07
        • mobile and hz07
        • virtual_worlds and hz07
        • scholarship and hz07
        • educational_games and hz07
  • Images from http://flickr.com/photos/cogdog/ taken at the launch of the Horizon Report 2007 by Alan Levine
  • Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike License 3.0 The Horizon Project http://horizonproject.wikispaces.com Julie Lindsay, April 2007