Horizon Report - 2006 Higher Ed
The NMC Horizon Report 2006 Higher Ed Edition discusses these six emerging trends in three adoption horizons:
One Year or Less
Using computers to facilitate interaction and collaboration is becoming more commonplace, enabling us to work with colleagues from across the world.
Emerging out of blogging and websites is the popularity of broadcasting video and audio in the form of podcasts and video blogging.
Two to Three Years
The Phones in Their Pockets
Just over the horizon, students will have access to educational content via their cell phones, as network speeds increase and phone software advances.
While educational gaming is not new, new technologies are creating complex, interactive environments, making immersive educational gaming just over the horizon.
Four to Five Years
Augmented Reality and Enhanced Visualization
Three-dimensional representations of large data sets will change the way we see the world. Augmented reality adds a layer of information over what we see in the real world, offering additional ways of understanding what we see.
Context-Aware Environments and Devices
On the rise are devices that respond to voice, motion, and other subtle signals. The computing part will fall away as computers become more responsive to human.
- The Horizon Reports
- Horizon Report - 2010 K-12
- Horizon Report - 2011 Higher Ed
- Horizon Report - 2010 Higher Ed
- Horizon Report - 2009 Higher Ed
- Horizon Report - 2008 Higher Ed
- Horizon Report - 2007 Higher Ed
- Horizon Report - 2006 Higher Ed
- Horizon Report - 2005 Higher Ed
- Horizon Report - 2004 Higher Ed
- Horizon Report - 2012 Higher Ed
- Horizon Report - 2011 K-12
- Horizon Report - 2009 K-12
- Horizon Report - 2012 K-12