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Tech Trends in Education

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Kristen Treglia, Senior Instructional Technologist

New Media Consortium's Horizon Report

Each year, the New Media Consortium, an international community of experts in educational technology, publishes the Horizon Reports for universities, colleges, museums, K-12 education, and organizations. The reports chart the landscape of emerging technologies for teaching, learning, and creative inquiry. Visit NMC.org for more information about the NMC Horizon Project.

Current 2016 Horizon Report (PDF)

Most current resources

Past Presentations

LearnIT: Implications of Upcoming Technology Trends in Education

5/14/13 talk given by Kristen Treglia, Senior Instructional Technologist at Lincoln Center, Fordham University
In a world where technology is changing faster than ever it's important not to just keep up with what's currently available, but to be thinking ahead. The New Media Consortium just released their 2013 Horizon Project Short List report that includes 12 coming technology trends in higher education.

Part I given 5/14 covers the top 6 trends (see slides below), Part II, scheduled for 11/6, will give a short review of those trends and also cover the additional 6 trends. For more information, or to register, please email fordhamit@fordham.edu

Horizon Report 2013
Short List 2013

Preview of the 2014 Report
Video competition describing how projects apply to one of the 6 technologies in the report to teaching, learning, and creative inquiry. Deadline to submit is 1/22, for more information visit the EDUCAUSE website


Part I

Part II

audio to be uploaded at a later date)
Links to the full versions of the video clips from Part II (blank slides):

About the speaker

200 by 200.jpgKristen Treglia is a Senior Instructional Technologist at Fordham University. She develops technology resources for faculty and teaches best practices for technology-based teaching methods and materials. She also has ten years’ experience teaching secondary mathematics and is well versed in social media and Web 2.0 technologies. Visit kristentreglia.wordpress.com and treglia.weebly.com or her websites below for more of Kristen's content.



As of Summer 2016 this wiki continues to be updated. For questions or for more information please contact Kristen treglia@fordham.edu