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The 2014 NMC Technology Outlook for Australian Tertiary Education: A Horizon Project Regional Report reflects a collaborative research effort between the NMC and Open Universities Australia to help inform Australian education leaders about significant developments in technologies supporting teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in tertiary education. This report was produced to explore emerging technologies and forecast their potential impact expressly in a tertiary education context. In the effort that took place from January through March 2014, a carefully selected panel of experts was asked to consider hundreds of relevant articles, news, blog posts, research, and project examples as part of the preparation that ultimately pinpointed the most notable emerging technology topics, trends, and challenges for Australian tertiary education over the next five years. View the work the produced the report and meet the expert panel at aus.wiki.nmc.org.

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Technology Outlook > 2014 Australian Tertiary Education Slides

  1. 1. Technology Outlook 2014 Australian Tertiary Education å aus.wiki.nmc.org
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  3. 3. The research behind the 2014 NMC Technology Outlook for Australian Tertiary Education is jointly conducted by the New Media Consortium (NMC) and the Open Universities Australia (OUA). The OUA’s critical participation in the production of this report and their strong support for the NMC Horizon Project is gratefully acknowledged. The 2014 Technology Outlook for Australian Tertiary Education is a publication of the New Media Consortium. Acknowledgements
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. Slow: 5 yrs or more Mid: 3-4 yrs Fast: 1-2 yrs Fast vs Slow Trends Policy Practice Leadership
  6. 6. Solvable Difficult Wicked Challenges
  7. 7. NMC Horizon Report 2014 Higher Education Technology Outlook 2014 Australian Tertiary Technology Outlook 2013 Australian Tertiary Time-to-Adoption Horizon: One Year or less BYOD Flipped Classroom Learning Analytics MOOC’s BYOD Flipped Classroom Mobile Learning Online Learning Learning Analytics MOOC’s Mobile Learning Social Media Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Two to Three Years 3D Printing Games and Gamification The Internet of Things Wearable Technology Badges/Microcredits Games and Gamification Learning Analytics Open Content 3D Printing Badges Information Visualisation Location-Based Services Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Four to Five Years Affective Computing Flexible Displays Quantified Self Virtual Assistants The Internet of Things Machine Learning Natural User Interface Wearable Technology Flexible Displays The Internet of Things Virtual/Remote Laboratories Wearable Technologies Final 12 Topics
  8. 8. SignificantChallenges •Blending Formal and Non-Formal Learning •Creating Opportunities for Authentic Learning •Low Digital Fluency of Faculty •New Models of Education •Expanding Access •Scaling Teaching Innovations •Complex Thinking and Communication •Keeping Education Relevant •Managing Knowledge Obsolescence
  9. 9. KeyTrends •Digital Delivery is increasingly the Norm •Growing Ubiquity of Social Media •Rising Preference for Personal Technology •Evolution of Online Learning •Open Content •Hybrid Learning Designs •Agile Approaches to Change •Massive Reinvention of the Personal Computer •Rise of Data-driven learning and assessment
  10. 10. Online Learning
  11. 11. Games and Gamification SimSchool from Curtin University is an open digital game and assessment platform that allows teachers in training to practice in a virtual environment and interact with simulated students
  12. 12. Open Content Professors and librarians from Australia and New Zealand worked together over a weekend to create or ‘hack’ an open textbook for undergraduate students in Communication and Media Studies
  13. 13. The Internet of Things Students from the University of Sydney won Telstra's machine-to-machine challenge by designing a small device that can be connected to cars to track mileage for student drivers
  14. 14. Top Trends NMC Horizon Report 2014 Higher Education Technology Outlook 2014 Australian Tertiary Technology Outlook 2013 Australian Tertiary Integration of Hybrid Learning Designs Digital Delivery is increasingly the Norm Increasing Preference for Personal Technology Rise in Data-Driven Learning and Assessment Increasing Focus on Open Content Integration of Hybrid Learning Designs Evolution of Online Learning Massive Reinvention of the Personal Computer Increasing Focus on Open Content
  15. 15. Top Challenges NMC Horizon Report 2014 Higher Education Technology Outlook 2014 Australian Tertiary Technology Outlook 2013 Australian Tertiary Low Digital Fluency of Faculty Low Digital Fluency of Faculty Low Digital Fluency of Faculty Scaling Teaching Innovations Scaling Teaching Innovations Faculty use of Technology to Organise their Own Work Expanding Access to Education Keeping Education Relevant Integration of Personalised Learning
  16. 16. Agile Approaches
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