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Horizon Scan

In this section we will gather together a selection of more or less formal attempts to look out to the horizon and beyond. This will include ad-hoc blogging as new things appear but will also span to more or less structured and more or less robust attempts, by CETIS and by others, to make sense of what is coming. We will consider both technology change but also change in the contextual factors that make such technological changes relevant.

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14 Feb 2012 Sheila MacNeill
Well not quite an app for the report itself which has just been published, but there is now a weekly HZ EdTech Weekly App, as well as a useful short video summarising the key technologies identified in this years report. Mobile apps and tablet computing top the near time adoption trends, game based learning and […]
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02 Feb 2012 Adam's Workblog
On January 25th 2012, the European Commission released its proposals for significant reform of data protection rules in Europe (drafts had been leaked in late 2011). These proposals have been largely welcomed by the Information Commissioners Office , although it also recommends further thought over some of the proposals. The dramatic changes in the scale [...]
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11 Oct 2011 Rowin Young
You’ll almost certainly have noticed some of the excitement that’s suddenly erupted around the use of badges in education.  Perhaps you’ve heard that it’s the latest in a long line of ‘game changers for education’, maybe you’re even hoping for a slice of that $2million prize fund the HASTAC Initiative, Mozilla and the MacArthur Foundation [...]
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26 Sep 2011 Li's work blog
In September, at the International Open Forum of e-Learning and Standardization in Shanghai, we organised a TEL-Map workshop to identify the main drivers in the use of technology in education, explore possible future scenarios of Technology Enhanced Learning and develop roadmaps to desired futures. The workshop provided a unique opportunity to engage people, both Chinese […]
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08 Sep 2011 Adam's Workblog
"Preparing for a Thaw – Seven Questions to Make Sense of the Future" is the title of a workshop at ALT-C 2011. The idea of the workshop was to use a simple conversational technique to capture perspectives on where Learning Technology might be going, hopes and fears and views on where education and educational technology [...]
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Past Events


Preparing for the thaw
Date: 08 Sep 2011
JISC CETIS Conference 2010
Date: 15 Nov 2010 to 16 Nov 2010
JISC CETIS Conference 2009
Date: 10 Nov 2009 to 11 Nov 2009


Horizon Scan Resources


JISC Observatory Technology Forecast Literature Review
Date: May 2011
This report is a summary of technology themes extracted from the major technology forecasting publications from business and other sectors that could conceivably be relevant to the UK higher education
JISC CETIS Informal Horizon Scan 2010
Date: Apr 2011
A set of “takes” on trends and the future, material on which discourse and disputation may occur to make possible futures more clear.
JISC CETIS Informal Horizon Scan 2011
Date: Apr 2011
A set of "takes" on trends and the future.
ICOPER Envisaged future states report
Date: Jan 2010
ICOPER Project Deliverable 8.5, "Envisaged future states report – user requirements and future scenarios"
Handbook of Emerging Technologies for Learning
Date: Oct 2009
George Siemens and Peter Tittenberger begin their elegantly concise handbook from a consideration of change pressures.

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