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People expect to be ableto work, learn, andstudy whenever andwherever they want to.
The technologies weuse are increasinglycloud-based, and ournotions of IT supportare decentralized.
The world of work isincreasinglycollaborative,driving changes in theway student projects arestructured.
The abundance ofresources andrelationships made easilyaccessible via the Internetis increasingly challengingus to revisit our roles aseducators.
Education paradigmsare shifting to includeonline learning,hybrid learning andcollaborative models.
There is a newemphasis in theclassroom on morechallenge-based andactive learning.
Economic pressures andnew models of educationare bringing unprecedentedcompetition to thetraditional models of highereducation.
Appropriate metrics ofevaluation lag theemergence of newscholarly forms ofauthoring, publishing,and researching.
Digital media literacycontinues its rise inimportance as a keyskill in everydiscipline andprofession.
Institutional barrierspresent formidablechallenges to movingforward in a constructiveway with emergingtechnologies.
New modes of scholarshipare presenting significantchallenges for libraries anduniversity collections, howscholarship is documented,and the business models tosupport these activities.
Openness--concepts like open content, open data, and open resources, along with notions of transparency and easy access to data and information--is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world.
There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools, universities, and training.