Technology Trends in Higher Education

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What are the technology trends in April 2010 which college faculty need to understand and leverage to extend opportunities for student learning? This presentation addresses the following: Tablets, Cloud Computing, Social Media, Laptops / Mobile Devices, Online Publishing, Multimedia Texts, Online Video, Digital Footprints, Open Licensing / OER, and Visual Communication.

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  • This video interview was recorded on January 16, 2010, at the annual Trapper's Rendezvous held near Newton, Kansas. Over 4,500 Boy Scouts converged to learn about mountain men and the fur trade of the early 1800s, and to trade their own goods in mountain man style. This scout told the story of how he'd traded an alligator tooth necklace (provided by his Scoutmaster) and some pocket knives for a new laptop. He was planning to continue his trading, however, and aspired to swap for a Nintindo DS. 
  • Storychasing is 21st century communication for 21st century learners
  • Technology Trends in Higher Education

    1. 2. long car trip? by Stuck in Customs
    2. 3. story from our spring break by NinJA999
    3. 7. we live in magical times by Stuck in Customs
    4. 8. dark economic times by David of Earth
    5. 9. 3 Learning Choices Today: <ul><ul><li>Overview of 10 Technology Trends </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>7 Course Communication Tools </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>3 Skills: Digital Newspaper, Online Survey, Screencast </li></ul></ul>
    6. 10. PollEverywhere Link
    7. 11. 10 Technology Trends for Higher Education (April 2010)
    8. 12. 2010 Horizon Report
    9. 14. <1> Tablets
    10. 15. The iPad!
    11. 16. OLPC
    12. 17. OLPC 2012
    13. 18. <2> Cloud Computing
    14. 19. by wfryer
    15. 20. ( link )
    16. 22. <3> Social Media
    17. 23. Social Media Calculator
    18. 24. <4> Laptops / Mobile Devices
    19. 25. Flickr CC Image from  misterbisson
    20. 26. A professor who takes laptop banning too far
    21. 27. <5> Online Publishing
    22. 28. link on SlideShare
    23. 29. citizen journalism
    24. 30. constructive digital & social media sharing www.flickr.com/photos/un_photo/4294041818
    25. 31. 21C communication for 21C learners
    26. 32. Celebrate Oklahoma Voices model
    27. 33. community & state history
    28. 34. <6> Multimedia Texts
    29. 35. wikieducator.org - WikiPedia
    30. 36. Technology 4 Teachers Course - Spring 2010
    31. 37. <7> Online Video
    32. 38. YouTube EDU
    33. 39. iTunes U
    34. 40. Lit2Go
    35. 41. <8> Digital Footprint
    36. 42. Flickr CC image from Jesse757
    37. 43. Flickr CC image from  WisDoc
    38. 44. YouTube video link
    39. 46. <9> Open Licensing / OER
    40. 47. ( CreativeCommons.org )
    41. 48. Get Creative
    42. 50. Open educational resources are educational materials and resources offered freely and openly for anyone to use and under some licenses to re-mix, improve and redistribute . ( WikiPedia )
    43. 51. OER Topics:
    44. 52. www.capetowndeclaration.org/read-the-declaration
    45. 54. <10> Visual Communication
    46. 55. compfight.com
    47. 56. closing thoughts...  
    48. 57. villains!
    49. 58. by gagilas
    50. 59. villain #1: fear (especially of change) by L.Brumm Photography
    51. 60. villain #2: ignorance by mellyjean
    52. 61. (link)

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