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- Interview with Audrey Watters, a self-described “education writer, an independent scholar, a serial dropout, a rabble-rouser, and ed-tech’s Cassandra.” We discuss the Horizon Report and The History of the Future of Education Technology, the special focus of her Hack Education Project.
- Like previous Horizon reports, the 2018 edition identifies key trends, challenges and developments in ed tech that are likely to impact teaching and learning in the next five years.
- Since we don't delve into the details of the latest Horizon Report in this interview, here is a snapshot of the "important developments in technology." You can judge for yourself the real value of this report after listening to this interview.
|Ref:The 2018 Horizon Report Higher Education Edition|
- Educause: 2018 NMC Horizon Report
- Watters: A Horizon Report History
- Watters: The Horizon Never Moves
- Watters: Historical Data from the Horizon Report (Higher Education)
- Inside Higher Ed: Educause Publishes Report on Tech Trends
- Inside Higher Ed: Educause Steps In to Save New Media Consortium
- RPP #140: Future Trends: Interview with Bryan Alexander (2016)
- RPP #138: Higher Education Horizon Report by Alex Freeman (2015)
- RPP #123: eLearning Tech: What's on the Horizon? (2014)
- Podsafe music selection
- Don't Be Long: The Beatles v Elken, a mashup of George Harrison's Blue Jay Way by Elken, a 60's influenced band from Dublin, Ireland.