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What Will a Liberal Arts Education Look Like in 50 Years?: ... At this year's Aspen Ideas Festival, The Atlantic asked a group of academics within some of ...

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5 Ways to Help Your Students Become Better Questioners: ... Working within an answers-based education system, and in a culture where questioning may be seen ...

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Harvard’s 1,000 Kilobot swarm demonstrates the future of robotics: ... Swarms of small robots in their thousands that collectively complete complex tasks are now ...

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The emergence of very large “data farms” — specialized data centers that host thousands of servers — has created a surplus of computing resources that has come to be called the cloud. Growing out of research in grid computing, cloud computing transforms once-expensive resources like disk storage and processing cycles into a readily available, cheap commodity. Many of us use the cloud, or cloud-based applications, without even being aware of it. (more...)

The Horizon Project Navigator provides an easy and familiar doorway to the Horizon Project’s extensive and expanding collection of emerging technology news, research, media, projects, and analysis. The most exciting part of Navigator is its dynamic reporting features that allow subscribers to create customized Horizon Reports on the fly.

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The Horizon Project Navigator is a dynamic social media platform that allows users to fully exploit the Horizon Project's extensive collection of relevant articles, research, and projects related to emerging technology and its applications worldwide. Users can contribute new information, add their own commentary and analysis, configure and save custom searches, and rate anything in the dataset.

Navigator provides our campus leadership up-to-the moment intelligence on emerging technology and clear concise analysis. Putting these simple yet sophisticated tools in the hands of the community has helped CASE to keep our leadership position when it comes to technology.

Dr. Lev Gonick, CIO of Case Western Reserve University

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A variety of levels of access allow users to explore, mix, remix, and add to the resources no matter what their budget, yet also provide advanced users up-to-the-moment information that is clear, credible, and extremely timely. Subscribers have access to the latest research produced by the NMC - critically useful information that is organized and updated daily almost in real time - as well as standard and custom reports, and a powerful set of advanced tools and features not available in the public version.