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Nigel Robertson

Quantum leaps we can expect in teaching and learning in the digital age - a roadmap - 0 views

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    Stephen Downes with a thoughtful and knowledgeable piece on the current and possible future states of learning in technology rich environments.
Nigel Robertson

HYPER-REALITY on Vimeo - 0 views

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    Short video of an AR future. Interesting. Commercialism and ads still rule!
Nigel Robertson

Future Work Skills 2020 - 0 views

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    Graphic detailing drivers of disruptive shifts and key skills needed to operate in the changed environment.
Nigel Robertson

From Possibilties to Priorities: Inspiring a Vision for Learning | Connected Principals - 0 views

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    Short post on finding values for teaching & learning and how they might change at a particular school. Ends with the idea of setting school-wide priorities rather than teacher goals and using that to cause change.
Nigel Robertson

Donald Clark Plan B: ASU wants to be a new sort of University and they're getting there - 1 views

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    Donald Clark on why he thinks ASU have got the right approach to growing research and both access to and quality of teaching.
Nigel Robertson

The future's bright…| The launch of AUT's #Edgework15 | Disrupt & Transform - 0 views

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    An initiative at AUT to explore new models of learning.
Nigel Robertson

Essay challenging Kevin Carey's new book on higher education @insidehighered - 0 views

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    Powerful review of Kevin Carey's techno-determinist book 'The End Of College' - by Audrey Watters & Sara Goldrick-Rab
Nigel Robertson

The Babson OER Survey and the Future of OER Adoption - 0 views

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    What are the key areas that affect OER and faculty adoption?
Nigel Robertson

Unizin - 1 views

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    A conglomerate of institutions that are thinking about the future of their digital landscapes. This site provides some info on this project.
Nigel Robertson

http://knowledgeworks.org/sites/default/files/glimpses-future-education_0.pdf - 1 views

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    Two Potential Futures Our forecast suggests that the learning ecosystem is going to diversify, and indeed has already started to do so. At the American Alliance of Museums' convening on the future of education Glimpses of the Future of Education By Katherine Prince, Senior Director, Strategic Foresight, KnowledgeWorks A detail of a KnowledgeWorks infographic on the future of learning. For the complete infographic go to knowledgeworks. org/strategic-foresight. 1 ® Glimpses of Future Educationin September, I had the pleasure of sharing two plausible scenarios for how the future may take shape. We could find ourselves living in: * a vibrant learning grid in which all of us who care about learning create a flexible and radically personalized learning ecosystem that meets the needs of all learners, or * a fractured landscape in which only those whose families have the time, money and resources to customize or supplement their learning journeys have access to learning that adapts to and meets their needs.
Nigel Robertson

Dirks, Udacity CEO square off in online-learning debate - 0 views

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    News article on Udacity's Thrun and Berkeley Chancellor debating purpose of education. Bit weak with typical errors about Moocs.
Stephen Bright

The future of MIT education looks more global, modular, and flexible | MIT News Office - 0 views

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    MIT sees online learning as the opportunity to reinvent itself
Tracey Morgan

Why lectures are dead (or soon will be) - 0 views

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    "As part of my open textbook on Teaching in a Digital Age, I am working my way through theories of learning and methods of teaching. I will post shortly my initial draft on theories of learning and their relevance for a digital age. In this post I want to discuss the lecture and its relevance for a digital age. Comments as always are more than welcome."
Nigel Robertson

Lukasz's Blog - NZ Digital Manifesto - 0 views

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    Where NZ needs to go to shape its future. Includes mention of digital literacies and education.
Nigel Robertson

How Do You Plan the Campus of the Future? Try Not To. - Technology - The Chronicle of H... - 0 views

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    News article on Cornell developing 'malleable' buildings (aka future proofing).
Tracey Morgan

This Company May Hold the Secret to the Future of Education | TIME - 0 views

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    "It was just 18 months ago that we were living in the "Year of the MOOC." Massive open online courses-MOOC for short-were supposed to revolutionize the way people learned and deliver high-quality education to the masses. But the idea faced a tough 2013. The co-founder of Udacity, an early pioneer in free online education, admitted that his company initially had a "lousy product," while studies showed that hardly any students were actually completing the courses offered by such services at all."
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