What happens to technology in the next 15 years may not simply impact learning in a typical cause-effect relationship. Rather, it might be the case that one absorbs the other, where information access, socializing ideas, and creative collaboration may be …
Big data, open content, mobile learning, and digital printing are the big themes represented in this year’s NMC Horizon Report: 2013 K-12 Edition. The report pulls together an international group of experts to discuss trends and measure how mainstream emerging …
From iPads in classrooms to mobile apps for educators, new technologies are changing how teachers teach and educational institutions are run. To give you an idea of what’s coming, we’ve turned the spotlight on five technologies that are driving the …
We asked you to send us your visions of the future; hundreds of you did and now two winners have been chosen.
MOOCs, flipped classrooms and blended models are stirring up higher education.
If you fast-forward a decade, classrooms and lessons might look a little different, according to Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates.
New telepresence software could let you take a class from anywhere and appear as if you’re in the classroom.
Massive Open Online Courses might seem like best way to use the Internet to open up education, but you’re thinking too small. Technology can turn our entire lives into learning experiences.
How will the way kids learn change over the next 10 years as new technology takes over in schools? Futurist expert Neil Selwyn from the Faculty of Education, Monash University, gives his predictions.
The tenth edition describes annual findings from the NMC Horizon Project, a decade-long research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in higher education.
An amateur teacher who rocketed to fame on the Internet tells us how he’ll take his free video tutorials to the next level.
Are they the ‘next big thing’ or merely an expensive way to produce lots of ‘small, useless, plastic things’? Apart from adding considerably to planetary waste, what impact will 3D printers have in learning?