Aug 23 2011 - Sep 23 2011
The fact that you are reading this post means you're interested in digital literacy, right? We sure are. And, at the risk of sounding like a UFO enthusiast, let me say we are not alone. But just what kind of company are we keeping? How many places should we set at the academic dinner table for our fellow digital literacy proponents?
The 2011 NMC Horizon Report outlined digital literacy as the top challenge in higher education across the globe:
May 10 2011 - Jun 14 2011
Admit it: You’ve either busted a move to the Kinnect dance game or you’ve wanted to. Or, maybe you’ve boasted a near perfect game bowling…on your Wii. Aside from gesture-based computing (GBC) being fun, it is entirely practical. You move and the world moves with you.
The NMC is excited to be connecting the upcoming 2011 NMC Horizon Report with the NITLE Prediction Markets, combining both futurism and gaming. For the past few years, NITLE (National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education) has offered a market simulation platform, powered by Inkling Prediction Markets software , as a place to crowdsource predictions around emerging technologies for education.
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