Technology Trends in Higher Education

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Technology Trends in Higher Education

Meredith Phillips MHS:536

Technology in the high education setting is and will be used as a catalyst for promoting a culture of innovation in a widespread, cost effective manner. Higher education institutions can become leaders in promoting innovation, not only across their field but in their communities as well.Technology plays and key role in creating consortia; thus, helping institutions adopt best practices for digital learning and increasing the speed and efficacy of research activities.

Where will technology take higher education in the next 5 years?

Question at hand...

Technology Trends in Higher Education

Customers of institutions of higher education = students.Shifts in educational technology have been driven by technologies that students already use in their daily lives.

Facts

Technology is being used to facilitate the flipped classroom model. In this model, curriculum is delivered by using technology to help students complete prelearning. Classroom sessions are then used for problem-based and team-based learning, instead of lecture or other conventional styles of instruction.

Technology in higher education will be used as a catalyst for promoting a culture of innovation. Higher education institutions can become leaders in promoting innovation, not only across their field but in their communities as well.Technology will play a key role in creating consortia; thus, helping institutions adopt best practices for digital learning and increasing the speed and efficiency of research activities.

Conclusion

Flipped Classroom Model in Action

Technology will advance cultures of change and innovation.Technology will increase cross-institutional collaboration.

Trends Trends

CitationJohnson, L., Adams Becker, S., Estrada, V., and Freeman, A.(2015). NMC Horizon Report: 2015 Higher Education Edition.Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium.


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