21st century trends_&_statistics_that_will_shape

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A presentation preceding topic choice for my doctoral research. It's a little old now, but still relevant.

A presentation preceding topic choice for my doctoral research. It's a little old now, but still relevant.

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  • 1. 21 st Century Technology Trends & Statistics That Will Shape the Future of Teaching and Learning Larry Davies, St. Thomas University Ed.D. Candidate, Educational Leadership Larry Davies, St. Thomas University Ed.D. Candidate, Educational Leadership
  • 2. The Talk Interactive Numbers 6 Technologies on the Horizon
  • 3. Interactive Numbers from 2006 to the Present
  • 4. Google
    • 1,000,000,000,000
    • 2,000,000,000
    • $39.96
  • 5.
    • 2,695,205
    • 684,000,000
    • 75,000
    • 260
    Wikipedia
  • 6.
    • 70,000,000
    • 200,000
    • 100,000,000
    • 2:46.7
    • 26.57
  • 7.
    • 133,000,000
    • 346,600,000
    • 900,000
    • 81
    • 59%
    The Blogosphere
  • 8.
    • 1,111,991,000
    • 3,000,000
    • 86,078
  • 9.
    • 150,000,000
    • 170
    • 35
    700,000,000 52,000 140
  • 10.
    • 236,000,000
    • 56%
    • 36,925
  • 11. Six Technologies on the Horizon From The Horizon Report, 2009 New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative
  • 12. Time to Adoption: One Year or Less
    • Mobiles
    • Cloud Computing
  • 13. Time to Adoption: Two to Three Years
    • Geo-Everything
    • The Personal Web
  • 14. Time to Adoption: Four to Five Years
    • Semantic-Aware Applications
    • Smart Objects
  • 15. Implications
    • “… the idea of the university is changing to accommodate the potentials of distance and distributed education, the realities of online research, and international as well as interdisciplinary collaboration facilitated by communications technologies.” (Gayle, 2006).
    • Gayle, D. J. (2006). Technology and Its Impact on Campus Decision Making: Asking New Questions and Raising More Complications. In P. D. Eckel (Ed.), The Shifting Frontiers of Academic Decision Making: Responding to New Priorities, Following New Pathways (pp. 111-126). Westport, CT: American Council on Education - Praeger Series on Higher Education.
  • 16. Implications
    • Social, Collaborative, Interactive, Adaptive, Interdisciplinary, Aggregated, Distributed and Virtual
    • Multi-Lingual-Cultural-Locative-Faceted-Structured-Chromatic
  • 17. Mantras of the Month
    • They don’t get it, and they don’t even know what it is that they don’t get.
    Now I know why I stress: it’s hard commuting daily in my time machine back to 1999. After all, this is 2009.
  • 18. Questions