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.

chronicle.com

Surprising Gadgets, Not Just Books, Are Ready for Checkout at College Libraries: ... Justin Ellis’s official title at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s library is ...

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Visits to Australia’s museums rise on the back of a digital experience: ... Statistics are showing that as more people discover what museums offer via digital channels, the ...

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The Real Revolution in Online Education Isn’t MOOCs: This article argues that online competency-based education has the potential to provide learning ...

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eschoolnews.com

STEM contests challenge students to make a difference: ... Students are learning how STEM disciplines connect to their lives through a growing wave of ...

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thejournal.com

Blended Learning Provides Pathway to Success for High School Students: ... The Red Clay Consolidated School District (RCCSD) was one of the first school districts in ...

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20 Collaborative Learning Tips And Strategies For Teachers: ... Collaborative learning teams are said to attain higher level thinking and preserve information ...

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wired.com

Anyone Can Attend This Coding School That Meets in Coffee Shops: Hackvard is a web application dedicated to bridging the gap between offline and online education. The two founders felt that when they were ...

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blogs.kqed.org

Could Bilingual Education Mold Kids’ Brains to Better Resist Distraction?: ... esearchers now believe that when people learn another language, they develop cognitive advantages ...

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edutopia.org

Creating Classrooms for Social Justice: ... A lot has been discussed and written about being an "educator for social justice." What does that ...

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