Preparing students for a start-up, entrepreneur-driven world

Jeff Hoffman created his first company as a student at Yale University. It was a software company called Competitive Technologies, and it was eventually acquired […]

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“Talk to us!” Whether you have a definite idea of how you want to use learning technology and innovate your  teaching, see the potential for […]

Robots will take jobs, but not as fast as some fear, new report says [Lohr;]

Robots will take jobs, but not as fast as some fear, new report says — from by Steve Lohr   Excerpt: The robots are […]

DC: A piece of our future classrooms? Check out what the Syndey Opera House & Samsung are doing.

Sydney – The Opera House has joined forces with Samsung to open a new digital lounge that encourages engagement with the space. — from […]

Let’s build facilities that have *multiple* types of production/recording studios — then let faculty pick which one(s) they want to use. [Christian]

From DSC: The following article reminded me of a vision that I’ve had for the last few years… How to Build a Production Studio for […]

CES 2017: Key trends [Laughlin; J. Walter Thompson Intelligence]

CES 2017: Key trends — from by Sheperd Laughlin   Excerpt: Fifty years since the inception of CES, “consumer electronics” doesn’t begin to describe […]

State backing for R&D is declining

Growth is a permanent feature of western economic discourse, with politicians of all stripes promising to deliver it as the path to prosperity.  Of course, […]

Interesting/innovative! Mattel is developing a smart baby monitor called Aristotle that is designed to grow and learn with the child. [Rittenhouse]

A new $300 gadget from Mattel will make being a parent much easier — from by Lindsay Rittenhouse Mattel is developing a smart baby […]

“5 Online Education Trends to Watch in 2017” [Friedman] + “The Future of Online Learning Is Offline” [Ahearn]

5 Online Education Trends to Watch in 2017 — from by Jordan Friedman Experts predict more online programs will offer alternative credentials and degrees […]

DC: If viewers of a live basketball game can choose from multiple points of view, why can’t remote learners do this as well? This posting includes 7 resources re: VR/AR/MR.

CES 2017: Intel’s VR visions — from by Shepherd Laughlin The company showed off advances in volumetric capture, VR live streaming, and “merged reality.” […]

2017 eLearning Predictions: Updated Hype Curve

Our 2016 hype curve was a big hit, so we’re doing it again this year. Here is the short, graphical version: Our 2017 eLearning predictions […]

Sketchnotes of all 9 DTT Digital Summit presentations

The first Ditch That Textbook Digital Summit reached educators all over the world with innovative teaching ideas. Thousands of teachers from dozens of countries signed […]