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10 Specific Examples Of Emerging Educational Technologies

10 Specific Examples Of Emerging Educational Technologies | Education Tech & Tools |

Emergent Educational Technologies from Teach Thought and the New Media Consortium:

"1. Cloud Computing (12 Months or Less)


2. Mobile Learning (12 Months or Less)


3. Tablet Computing (12 Months or Less)


4. MOOCs (12 Months or Less)


5. Open Content (2-3 Years)


6. Learning Analytics [infographic source] (2-3 Years)


7. Games and Gamification (2-3 Years)


8. 3D Printing (4-5 Years)


9. Virtual and Remote Laboratories (4-5 Years)


10. Wearable Technology (4-5 Years)"






















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#Cloud-computing #mobile-learining #tablet-computing #MOOC #Open-Content #learning-analytics #gamification #3D-printing #virtual-laboratories #wearable-technology #emergent-learning-technology #learning

Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge
ghbrett's insight:

This article is an interpretation of the New Media Consortium's 2013 report series ( ). It presents brief summaries of the 10 emergent technologies within a 1 to 5 year time frame. However, the visible infographic is targeted at section Six - Learning Analytics. There are a number of other comments that go more in depth than I am able, so I'd recommend having a look at them below.

roberto gilli's comment, September 23, 2013 8:47 AM
12 months or less: Cloud, Mobile, Tablet, MOOC.
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Store, Share and Connect with Your Own Private Cloud: ownCloud

Store, Share and Connect with Your Own Private Cloud: ownCloud | Education Tech & Tools |

"ownCloud helps enterprises concerned about sensitive data leakage via Dropbox deliver a secure file sync and share solution on site, on their storage, integrated with their infrastructure and security systems, managed to their policies. The result is an easy-to-use solution that provides complete control over sensitive corporate data." from source:

Via Robin Good
Robin Good's curator insight, February 25, 2013 7:20 PM

If you are looking for a good and safe alternative to Drobox or here is one: Owncloud is an open source software which you can install on your own web server and which provides you not only with full file storage and sharing capabilties, but also with the ability to connect directly to other file storage services and to run HTML5 apps.

Excerpted from the Techcrunch review: "OwnCloud is a free software suite, written in PHP, that provides file storage, synchronization, and sharing. It provides the same basic features of Dropbox or"

"The core ownCloud offering is file storage and synchronization. You also get optional contacts and calendar synchronization, if you want to use it. As an open source application, you can install it on any computer you control. This means you know how and where your data is stored, something which existing hosted solutions abstract away from you. Individuals and enterprises can install ownCloud on their own hardware, and define access policies according to their own needs."

"...the ownCloud mobile client can automatically upload pictures taken from your phone."

"...ownCloud can be connected to third-party storage like Dropbox or Google Drive or even an FTP server. These are read-write connections, allowing you to use third-party storage in whatever ways make sense for you..."

"...ownCloud supports HTML5 applications, allowing you to add all sorts of additional functionality. The ownCloud app catalog has dozens of apps."

(Source: Techcrunch)


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Steve Vaitl's curator insight, February 26, 2013 5:19 PM

Want your own private cloud drive?

ghbrett's curator insight, February 28, 2013 9:14 PM

This is a solution that makes a lot of sense to me. Keeping the curation and management of content locally will allow personal and enterprise installations to share content among their community. 


Be sure to read @RobinGoods' comments below that are much more detailed than mine.