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Kel HathawayLearning Technologies OfficerCatholic Education OfficeCanberra Goulburn       Distinguished Educator          ...
A	  5mb	  memory	  storage	  unit	  that	  was	  used	  in	  IBM s	  305	  RAMAC	  computer	  released	  in	  1956.	  It	 ...
—  "I	  think	  there	  is	  a	  world	  market	  for	  maybe	  five	  computers."	  -­‐	  Thomas	         Watson,	  chair...
2009	     Cray	  Jaguar	  1.75	  petaFLOPS	                                   2012	                            IBM	  Sequo...
How	  big	  is	  the	  internet?	     According	  to	  Cisco,	  we	  chewed	  through	  30.7	  exabytes	  per	  month	    ...
Horizon	  Report	  2012	  K-­‐12	              New	  Media	  Consortium	                                   One	  Year	  or...
1.  Fixed	  and	  Centralised	  2.  Ubiquitous	  mobile	  use	  3.  Global	  collaboration	  4.  Virtual	  Teaching	  5.  ...
www.aurasma.com	  
www.ihealth99.com	  
www.ibikedash.com	  
http://bit.ly/ht54Y0	  
ipadcentral	     Slideshare	  
http://ardrone.parrot.com	  
http://exertiongameslab.org/projects/joggobot	  
http://3dprintingsystems.com	  
http://www.makerbot.com	  
YouTube	  
YouTube	  
http://bit.ly/NIpIUb	  
Nokia	              Samsung	  
2000	  1986	       —  Movement	  –	  run	  9kph,	  hop,	  walk	  over	  uneven	  terrain	       —  Task	  performance-­‐...
http://corporate.honda.com/innovation/walk-­‐assist	  
mashable.com/2012/08/02/botiful	  
www.swivl.com	  
www.indiegogo.com/up-­‐mouse	  
www.dropcam.com	  
www.stabil-­‐i.com	  
www.makayama.com/moviemount.html	  
earthengine.google.org	  
www.gizmag.com/gm-­‐vehicle-­‐communications/20187	  
NSW	  Joint	  Standing	  Committee	  on	  Road	  Safety	  (Staysafe)	  	  March	  2012	  
www.jpaerospace.com/pongsat/index.htm	  
www.ericsson.com/networkedsociety/connected_me	  
www.hml.queensu.ca/telehuman	  
www.indiegogo.com/yellowjacket	  
yhoo.it/xX4AFo	  
Look	  no	  further	  .	  .	  .	  The	  future	  is	  already	  here	  
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
Looking to the Future of Educational Technology
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Technology is a constantly changing playing field. It is difficult but also essential that we keep up with these changes to ensure that our students are provided with both current and relevant educational experiences. In this session we will examine a variety of current and emerging technologies and web developments and how they are likely to impact on the future of education.

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  1. 1. Kel HathawayLearning Technologies OfficerCatholic Education OfficeCanberra Goulburn Distinguished Educator #kelgator  
  2. 2. A  5mb  memory  storage  unit  that  was  used  in  IBM s  305  RAMAC  computer  released  in  1956.  It  was  the  world s  first   hard  drive .    The  305  RAMAC  could  be  leased  from  IBM  for  $3200  per  month.    Makes  you  really  appreciate  your  $5    4mb  thumb  drive.    
  3. 3. —  "I  think  there  is  a  world  market  for  maybe  five  computers."  -­‐  Thomas   Watson,  chairman  of  IBM,  1943  —  "Computers  in  the  future  may  weigh  no  more  than  1.5  tons."  -­‐  Popular   Mechanics,  1949  —  "But  what...is  it  good  for?"  -­‐  Engineer  at  the  Advanced  Computing   Systems  Division  of  IBM,  1968,  commenting  on  the  microchip  —  "There  is  no  reason  anyone  would  want  a  computer  in  their  home."  -­‐   Ken  Olson,  president/founder  of  Digital  Equipment  Corp.,  1977.  —  "640K  (of  memory)  ought  to  be  enough  for  anybody.                                                                                                       -­‐  Bill  Gates  (1981)  
  4. 4. 2009   Cray  Jaguar  1.75  petaFLOPS   2012   IBM  Sequoia   16.32  petaFLOPS  
  5. 5. How  big  is  the  internet?   According  to  Cisco,  we  chewed  through  30.7  exabytes  per  month   in  2011.  Thats  the  equivalent  of  about  6  billion  5GB  HD  movies  
  6. 6. Horizon  Report  2012  K-­‐12   New  Media  Consortium   One  Year  or  Less   >  Mobile  Devices  &  Apps   >  Tablet  Computing     Two  to  Three  Years   >  Game  Based  Learning   >  Personal  Learning  Environments     Four  to  Five  Years   >  Augmented  Reality   >  Natural  User  Interfaces   www.nmc.org  
  7. 7. 1.  Fixed  and  Centralised  2.  Ubiquitous  mobile  use  3.  Global  collaboration  4.  Virtual  Teaching  5.  Portfolio  based  projects  6.  Continuous,  interconnected   http://envisioningtech.com  
  8. 8. www.aurasma.com  
  9. 9. www.ihealth99.com  
  10. 10. www.ibikedash.com  
  11. 11. http://bit.ly/ht54Y0  
  12. 12. ipadcentral   Slideshare  
  13. 13. http://ardrone.parrot.com  
  14. 14. http://exertiongameslab.org/projects/joggobot  
  15. 15. http://3dprintingsystems.com  
  16. 16. http://www.makerbot.com  
  17. 17. YouTube  
  18. 18. YouTube  
  19. 19. http://bit.ly/NIpIUb  
  20. 20. Nokia   Samsung  
  21. 21. 2000  1986   —  Movement  –  run  9kph,  hop,  walk  over  uneven  terrain   —  Task  performance-­‐  pour  water,  sign  language   —  Intelligence  –  sense  surrounding  events,  avoid  obstacles,  respond  to   simultaneous  input     http://world.honda.com/ASIMO/  
  22. 22. http://corporate.honda.com/innovation/walk-­‐assist  
  23. 23. mashable.com/2012/08/02/botiful  
  24. 24. www.swivl.com  
  25. 25. www.indiegogo.com/up-­‐mouse  
  26. 26. www.dropcam.com  
  27. 27. www.stabil-­‐i.com  
  28. 28. www.makayama.com/moviemount.html  
  29. 29. earthengine.google.org  
  30. 30. www.gizmag.com/gm-­‐vehicle-­‐communications/20187  
  31. 31. NSW  Joint  Standing  Committee  on  Road  Safety  (Staysafe)    March  2012  
  32. 32. www.jpaerospace.com/pongsat/index.htm  
  33. 33. www.ericsson.com/networkedsociety/connected_me  
  34. 34. www.hml.queensu.ca/telehuman  
  35. 35. www.indiegogo.com/yellowjacket  
  36. 36. yhoo.it/xX4AFo  
  37. 37. Look  no  further  .  .  .  The  future  is  already  here  
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