On the Horizon for Education: Blended Learning, New Learning Spaces, OERs & Cross-Institutional Collaboration
Nice post from Debbie Morrison @ online learning insights looking at the NMC horizon report … mmm now this institutional cross collaboration stuff is popular isn’t it … ? Good to see that http://www.oerwales.ac.uk is on the money … 🙂
What’s on the horizon for education? What technologies and trends will drive changes in curriculum development and teaching in one, two or even three years? New Media Consortium’s latest Horizon Report (2015) written by an international team of educators, gives readers evidence and insights into how developments in education will (and are) influencing changes in teaching and learning.
In last week’s post I discussed the report “Grade Level: Tracking Online Education in the United States” which presented data and analysis on participation trends in online education, MOOCs, as well as perceptions on the value and legitimacy of online learning. The news was rather dismal, quite depressing really. This report by New Media Consortium and EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative released this week, is not only more upbeat but is instructive and forward-thinking. It takes a different approach; it gives educators insights into trends and behaviour patterns in online and face-to-face education influenced by technology. The report is the result of a collaborative research effort where the panel worked in…
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Posted on February 15, 2015, in edTech, OER and tagged Blended Learning, OER. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on On the Horizon for Education: Blended Learning, New Learning Spaces, OERs & Cross-Institutional Collaboration.