Below is an aggregation of all content associated with the NMC Horizon Project.
The Texas Tech University Libraries is excited to be putting together a "classroom of the future." The idea is to introduce new technologies that can be used to enhance the learning experience. We are starting with a few large screen TVs and touch screen whiteboards. More information will be provided as the project progresses.
Dec 2 2010 - Dec 16 2010
A virtual seminar entitled Tecnologías emergentes en educación superior en el contexto iberoamericano. Informe Horizon 2010: Edición Iberoamericana is to be held on 2, 9 and 16 December. The webinar is to focus on the application of the emerging technologies in higher education selected in the Horizon Report: Iberoamerican Edition 2010 . It also aims to promote discussion and reflection on the contents of this first Iberoamerican edition of the report. This activity has been coordinated by the eLearn Center - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, which, jointly with the New Media Consortium, led the Horizon.Ib project.
Six "Key Emerging Technologies" for Higher Education Identified in 2010 Horizon Report
On January 19, 2010, the New Media Consortium (NMC) and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) released the 2010 Horizon Report at the ELI Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas. The annual Horizon Report describes the continuing work of the NMC’s Horizon Project, a long-term research project that identifies and describes emerging technologies likely to have considerable impact on teaching, learning, and creative inquiry within higher education.
The Horizon Report: 2009 Australia-New Zealand Edition was released today in a symposium held at Griffith University's Southbank campus in Brisbane. The report is the second in the series to focus on the impact of emerging technologies on postsecondary education in Australia and New Zealand. The Horizon Report series is a product of the New Media Consortium’s Horizon Project, an ongoing research project that seeks to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have a large impact on teaching, learning, or creative expression within higher education and other sectors.
The first in a new series of regional and sector-based Horizon Reports, the 2008 Australia-New Zealand Edition examines emerging technologies as they appear in and affect higher education in Australia and New Zealand in particular.
Download 2008 Horizon Report Australia-New Zealand Edition (624K, 34 pp) or view web version
6,706 downloads as of August 22 2011
On October 20, 2008, the NMC announced the release of a white paper produced in conjunction with the Economist Magazine and in collaboration with Apple, Inc. This paper reports the results of a study of nearly 300 CIOs and technology leaders inside and outside of education.
Download the Report (1.4 Mb, 32 pp)
66,290 downloads as of August 22 2011
Recently blogged by Cole Camplese, "Recently I was asked to share some 'interesting statistics' about what is going on here at PSU and on a national level with the use of technology by young people. Here are some points I thought could resonate. I didn’t editorialize too much, but my basic thoughts are below. What strikes me is how this leads us to such obvious conclusions about where time, energy, and dollars should be applied within our environments."
La Universitat Oberta de Catalunya ha iniciado su colaboración con el New Media Consortium (NMC), después de unirse a esta organización el pasado julio, con la traducción al castellano de la edición 2007 de su reconocido Informe Horizon. El documento analiza anualmente el impacto de las nuevas tecnologías en el campo de la educación superior.
Descargue El Informe Horizon 2007 (232K, 32 pp)
1,711 downloads as of August 22 2011
The New Media Consortium is pleased to announce today the release of the first Horizon Project Call to Scholarship . This document represents a synthesis of the ongoing dialog throughout the academy related to the six practices and technologies featured in the 2007 edition of the Horizon Report.