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The 2011 Report interpreted for teaching and learning at UC San Francisco, a Health Professions University.

The 2011 Report interpreted for teaching and learning at UC San Francisco, a Health Professions University.

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  • 1. 2011 Horizon Report The Impact of Technology on Teaching and Learning 2011 to 2016 Kevin H. Souza MS Assistant Dean for Medical Education UCSF Subcommittee on Long Range Development Plan for Education March 28, 2011 Office of Medical Education
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  • 3. 2011 Horizon Report
    • Published by the New Media Consortium, the Horizon Project is a comprehensive research venture that identifies and describes emerging technologies likely to have impact over the coming five years.
    Office of Medical Education
  • 4. 2011 Report
    • Time to Adoption 1 Year or Less
      • Electronic Books
      • Mobiles
    • Time to Adoption: 2-3 Years
      • Augmented Reality
      • Game-based Learning
    • Time to Adoption: 3-5 Years
      • Gesture-Based Computing
      • Learning Analytics
    Office of Medical Education
  • 5. Electronic Books Office of Medical Education
  • 6. Mobiles
  • 7. Augmented Reality Office of Medical Education
  • 8. Game Based Learning Office of Medical Education
  • 9. Gestured Based Learning Office of Medical Education
  • 10. Learning Analytics Office of Medical Education Diagram of Instructor Mediated Discussion