Digital music to digital education

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The Internet has fundamentally boosted our ability to access and share knowledge. Internet has already allowed us to re-imagine everything from book to news to note taking to crime awareness, and trends suggest that Internet is now all set to change the way we experience education. To read the complete blog http://www.edtech.ly/edtech-2/digital-music-to-digital-education/

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Digital music to digital education

  1. 1. Digital Music to Digital Education4 Biggest Ways Technology Is Disrupting Education Forever by LurnQ
  2. 2. Digital education is today where digital music was in 2001.
  3. 3. The digital music revolution started unintended when peer-to-peer file service “Napster” started by Sean Parker & Shawn Fanning in 1999 controversially morphed into a digital music sharing service.
  4. 4. Became mainstream with the highly successful launches of Apple iPod & iTunes in 2001 Now services like Spotify are taking it to next level by integrating it to our increasingly digital lifestyle.
  5. 5. Fascinating to see how technology is becoming sopervasive that it is re-disrupting cultures all over again
  6. 6. As in the case of digital music, the most fundamental driving force tothis change is the Internet. The Internet has fundamentally boosted our ability to access and share knowledge.
  7. 7. The Internet has allowed us to re-imagine everything from reading a book to digesting the news to taking notes.
  8. 8. There’s been a long-time joke in education:if Rip Van Winkle woke up today, he’d bepuzzled by just about every aspect of modernlife–from planes to tablets –but he’d feel rightat home in many classrooms. Now that’sstarting to change in a big way.
  9. 9. Education : 2 challenges Access & Effectiveness
  10. 10. Breakthroughs
  11. 11. Bill Gates’ favorite teacherSalman Khan’s YouTube channel
  12. 12. Highly successful “A.I. Class” experiment ofStanford University160,000 enrolled from 190 countries.
  13. 13. Free online courses known asMassive Open Online Courses or MOOC’s Udacity, EdX, and Coursera (the “Big Three?”)
  14. 14. 2 million registered students already over 200 countries
  15. 15. Online Degrees 2tor, known to be most-funded education startup
  16. 16. Idea here is to apply modern social web technology to enhanceeffectiveness and management of in campus delivery of education.
  17. 17. Next Generation AnalyticsProducts that underpins our educational institutions and helps them run is generally archaic and no longer keeping up with new technologies.
  18. 18. Create a meaningful digital learning ecosystemin a way that augurs well with the digital life style of today’s learner.
  19. 19. www.lurnq.com
  20. 20. Follow us@LurnQwww.facebook.com/lurnqSimplifying learning on webwww.lurnq.com

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