Learning And Technology: Further Resources

1989 University Task Force Report (Digital Technology)

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2011 Horizon Report (descriptive and predictive timetable for uses of emerging technology in higher education)

2020 Teachers

6 Top Ten Tech Trends on the Horizon for Higher Education, The Chronicle of Higher Education,

Adjusting the Prescription, The School of Medicine overhauls its century-old educational approach, UVA Magazine, Spring, 2011

Anti-Teaching: Confronting the Crisis of Significance, Michael Wesch

Assessment, Dave Kniola Presentation, March 4, 2011

Campus Technology, January 2011

CFA-ICAT Visioning 02-28-11

Computational Thinking, Submitted by Ed Fox

Computing and Instructional Technology, Ed Fox Presentation, January 28, 2011

Digital Textbooks Reaching the Tipping Point in US Higher Education

Disrupting College: How Disruptive Innovation Can Deliver Quality and Affordability to Postsecondary Education. By Clayton M. Christensen, Michael B. Horn, Louis Soares, Louis Caldera.
Summary: http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2011/02/disrupting_college.html
Download the full report:
Download the executive summary:
Download the report to mobile devices and e-readers from Scribd (a social reading and annotation site):

Disruptive Innovation Links from Anne Moore

e-Learning, Online Learning and Distance Learning Environments:  Are they the same?

Education and Technology, Manuel Perez-Quinones Presentation, January 14, 2011

How the Internet Gets Inside Us, The New Yorker, February 14, 2011

Instructional Technology and Virginia Tech in 10 Years: My Thoughts, Scott Midkiff Presentation

Invent the Future Draft April 2011

Learning Systems Presentation for March 4

Learning Systems Subcommittee Report for March 4

Little Bits go a Long Way, Wall Street Journal, March 1, 2011

Lumina Foundation Focus

Materials Worth Reading from Lee Rainie

Message from Ed Fox Regarding Survey Results

More Eyes on the Classroom, Video Cameras Track Students’ Gazes to Measure Engagement

Notes from Ivica Bukvic, January 28, 2011

On eTextbooks:  recent articles worth perusing

One Educator’s Experience with Distance Instruction in Hydrology and Water Resources, Glenn Moglen

Online Public Universities Plan to Turn Indiana Dropouts into Graduates, Chronicle of Higher Education, March 13, 2011

Organizational Systems Presentation for March 4, 2011

Organizational Systems Report for March 4, 2011

Personal Information Ecosystems: Design Concerns for Net-Enabled Devices, Manuel Perez

Potential Report Outline, Peter Doolittle

Print me a Stradivarius

Quest to Learn

Randy Bass:  The Problem of Learning in the Post-Course Era

Salman Kahn’s 2011 TED Talk: Let’s Use Video to Reinvent Education

Singularity Hub

Sloan-C Digest for Thursday February 3, 2011

Survey Results, Ed Fox

Task Force on IT Meeting Notes, December 2, 1010

Teaching and Learning at VT, 2020: Some thoughts about Planning, John Harwood, January 2011

Technology Environment for Teaching and Learning, Jeff Crowder & Carl Harris Presentation

The Ideology of Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Submitted by Ed Fox

The Netflix Effect:  When Software Suggests Students’ Courses, The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 10, 2011

The Wealth Of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom. By Yokai Bencher (Yale University Press, 2006). This book is freely available in multiple formats at the author’s book wiki site:
The wiki aims to extend and enrich the conversation around the author’s ideas and arguments. As such, the site offers one compelling vision of the future of the book.

Thoughts on Instructional Technology, Christopher Barrett Presentation

Universities in 2020: A technology perspective, Lee Rainie, January 27, 2011

University of the Future is Here, Louise Williams

Virginia’s Virtual Academy, Carroll County

VT-Google U Scenario, Bruce Hull

Why Would I Take my Online Diploma and Go To Campus

Will Higher Education Split?  From the Commonwealth for Learning

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