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campus Technology Executive Summit LM Hz

  1. 1. Lawrence G. Miller Senior Director for Community College Relations NMC: The New Media Consortium Challenges, Trends & Important Developments in Higher Educational Technology
  2. 2. The future is already here
  3. 3. It is just unevenly distributed
  4. 4. #NMCHz The Horizon Project NMC: The New Media Consortium Launched 2002 by Laurence F. JohnsonLaunched 2002 by Laurence F. Johnson To proactively identify technology trends that could impact education, specifically higher education
  5. 5. 32 Editions 10 reports in 2013 40+ translations 38 Editions 50+ Translations 12 Years of Global Research into Emerging Technology Uptake The NMC Horizon Project
  6. 6. NMC Horizon Report 2013 Higher Education Edition å go.nmc.org/2014-hied
  7. 7. The research behind the NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Higher Education Edition is jointly conducted by the New Media Consortium (NMC) and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), an EDUCAUSE Program. The ELI’s critical participation in the production of this report and their strong support for the NMC Horizon Project is gratefully acknowledged. Acknowledgements The NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Higher Education Edition Edition is a publication of the New Media Consortium and is made possible via a grant from the World Bank.
  8. 8. How does the process work?
  9. 9. Lens of Practical Outcomes Policy Leadership Practice
  10. 10. Hz Advisory Boards Each project board represents an international, multi- disciplinary group of between 40 - 50 technology experts from both within and outside higher education Participation on any Horizon Project advisory board is by invitation and includes self-nomination
  11. 11. Fast Trends: Driving changes in higher education over the next 1 - 2 years Growing Ubiquity of Social Media Integration of Online, Hybrid, & Collaborative Learning
  12. 12. Mid-Range Trend: Driving changes in higher education over the next 3 - 5 years Rise of Data-Driven Learning & Assessment Shift from Students as Consumers to Students as Creators
  13. 13. Long-Range Trend:: Driving changes in higher education over the next 5+ years Agile Approaches to Change Evolution of Online Learning
  14. 14. Solvable Challenge: Those that we understand and know how to solve Low Digital Fluency of Faculty Relative Lack of Rewards for Teaching
  15. 15. Difficult Challenge: Those we understand but for which solutions are elusive Competition from New Models of Education Scaling Teaching Innovations
  16. 16. Wicked Challenge: Those that are complex to even define, much less address Expanding Access Keeping Education Relevant
  17. 17. Important Developments in Educational Technology for Higher Education Time-to-Adoption Horizon: 1 Year or Less Flipped Classroom Learning Analytics
  18. 18. Important Developments in Educational Technology for Higher Education Time-to-Adoption Horizon: 2 to 3 Years 3-D Printing Games and Gamification
  19. 19. Important Developments in Educational Technology for Higher Education Time-to-Adoption Horizon: 4 to 5 Years Quantified Self Virtual Assistants
  20. 20. How accurate have the projections been? Pretty darn good
  21. 21. You Can JUMP IN Tag articles or reports Twitter: #NMCHz Sign up for the Advisory Board go.nmc.org/horizon-nominate Submit Your Projects go.nmc.org/projects
  22. 22. #NMCHz Lawrence G. Miller @lawrencegmiller larry.miller@nmc.org
  23. 23. QUESTIONS?

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