The carefully selected press clippings and resources in this section have been chosen to provide a clear sense of both the forest and the trees in the landscape of emerging technology. Included are not only information about the technologies themselves but also clues to the context within which they are developed and used. New ideas, experimental projects, challenges and trends, substantive research, views on the future, and more, are discussed in the articles here. Eight categories of curated content provide both the latest news and the most important seminal works related to the technologies that have been studied in the Horizon Project.

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Passion-Based Learning Week 3: Creativity Loves Constraints: -... Principal Matt Renwick shares weekly reflections about an afternoon computer club he and a ...

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Video: Tech Tools Students Say They Can’t Live Without: ... In this video students at Georgetown University talk about their favorite tech tools including ...

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A MOOC MYSTERY: WHERE DO ONLINE STUDENTS GO?: ... The G.E.D. is not the same sort of learning experience as a MOOC, but there are points of contact ...

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Robots with human-like brains to take on Mars unaided: -... Processors used in gaming and supercomputers could give robots much more human-like minds, ...

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Red light, brain probes and the future: An enlightening conversation: ... Ed Boyden is the head of the Synthetic Neurobiology group at the MIT Media Lab, where he works on ...

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Putting Power In the Hands of Kids Through Design Thinking: ... In the D3 program by People Serving People, a homeless shelter in Minneapolis, students used the ...

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Tech shift: More women in computer science classes: ... There are now more women than men in a Berkeley intro to computer science class. It's a small but ...

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Snow Day? That’s Great. Now Log In. Get to Class.: ... Substituting a virtual school day for a snow day allows Pascack Valley High School students to ...

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Digital Badges Need Mass to Matter: Open Badges getting to critical mass requires a critical eye on the part of both the education industry and ...

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