Below is an aggregation of all content associated with the NMC Horizon Project.
The NMC Horizon Report > Edición Iberoamericana, a global research effort led by the NMC in collaboration with the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), is now available in both English and Catalan. Originally released in late 2010, the report identifies the emerging technologies, key trends, and challenges that are impacting learning and creative inquiry in Latin America, Spain, and Portugal.
The report has already been downloaded all over the world and has been the subject of countless presentations and campus discourse. The two new versions will extend the content to an even broader audience.
Okay all you artsy/techy hybrids, this is your moment in the sun! As you may already know, we just released The NMC Horizon Report: 2011 K-12 Edition, detailing six technologies that are about to make a huge impact on education. What's so interesting to me is that some technologies have really transformed the way we communicate with each other. Take, for instance, mobiles and social media. From texting to tweeting and every -ing in between, we speak to each other much more concisely, and often with greater care on each individual word. When you only have 140 characters to say something important, do you really need that extra exclamation point?
The New Media Consortium (NMC) today released the 2010 Horizon Report: K-12 Edition, the second in an annual series of reports focused on emerging technology use in elementary and secondary education. The report identifies and describes six emerging technologies that will likely have a significant impact on K-12 education in the next one to five years. The K-12 report springs from the renowned Horizon Project, the research effort that each year produces the Horizon Report for higher education.
For a second year, the NMC has partnered with the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) to produce the Horizon Report: K-12 Edition. This year's report will be released next week.
You are invited to join us Tuesday April 13 (10:00-11:00am PT / 1:00 - 2:00pm ET) for a CoSN online seminar where the 2010 Horizon Report: K-12 Edition will be discussed as part of a conversation on emerging technologies trends in K-12 education.
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 NMC is pleased to announce the release of the Chinese translation of the 2009 Horizon Report. Thanks to the continuing efforts of the NMC's international colleagues, the report is now available in five languages other than English; this translation joins the previously released Spanish, Catalan, German and Japanese editions. The Chinese translation was generously provided by Apple Asia.
The NMC is pleased to announce the release of the German translation of the 2009 Horizon Report. Thanks to the continuing efforts of the NMC's international colleagues, the report is now available in four languages other than English; this version joins the previously released Spanish, Catalan, and Japanese editions. The translation was generously provided by Multimedia Kontor Hamburg (MMKH).
Austin, TX (March 11, 2009) – The New Media Consortium (NMC) today released the Horizon Report: 2009 K-12 Edition, marking the first time the renowned research project has turned its attention to emerging technology use in elementary and secondary education. The report, unveiled at the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) annual conference in Austin, TX, identifies and describes emerging technologies that will likely have a significant impact on K-12 education.