Notes on the ‘Internet of things’ This report may have interest for FLL network members: Recently made available from: Link to report here. As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes more popular on campuses across the country, leading colleges and universities are preparing for the
“Education is the post powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”, said Nelson Mandela. And he is quoted at the beginning of Stortingsmelding 25 2013, from June 13th Parliament Whitepaper 2013-2014 Education for Development. Find the report enclosed here, as it is of
Happy to announce a new research group member — Renée Schulz, a colleague and friend to many of us for years. Renée is currently working as Assistant Professor for the Department of ICT at the University of Agder, mainly involved in gamification and serious games
Our annual Future Learning Lab event – World Learning Summit – brought together 150 attendees on June 7th this year for an full-day open dialog with three keynoters as well as a dozen panelists expanding on the keynotes on roundtable dialogs. The first keynote was
Happy to announce Derek Woodgate as our newest FLL member. Read more about him: Derek Woodgate is a consulting futurist, author, university lecturer and curator. He is President of The Futures Lab, Inc. an international futures-based consultancy, founded in 1996, which specializes in creating future potential for
Our modes and ways of learning have changed dramatically over the past few decades. Take a look a little further – say, 200 years back – and the beginning of the information revolution introduced newspapers with, until then, unheard of information speeds. The enlightenment brought new ideas.
Hvordan påvirker digitaliseringen hverdagslivet vårt? Les UiA forsker Morten Goodwins kronikk på www.forskning.no – her er åpningen: / “Da minibanker ble innført på slutten av 70-tallet, var de både billigere og bedre enn bankansatte. Ingen med vettet i behold vil i dag kreve minibanker fjernet
Future Learning Lab Partners with EdCast to Launch Global Educator Teach‐A‐Thon Competition to award grand prize of $100,000 to inspire educators to share their knowledge in 10 min. SAN DIEGO, April 19, 2016 – Future Learning Lab has partnered with EdCast to announce the launch
Registration is now open for the June 13-16th 2016 World Learning Summit. As announced at the Stanford 2015 summit close in May 2015, the summit in 2016 promises to be an equally wide-ranging event, with high-level keynote speakers and intens interactions. Please find information about
Starting August 2015, Future Learning Lab will begin actively pursuing bitesized content interaction and complete course delivery in our new knowledge cloud enabled by EdCast. There is a long story behind this, but the short version is simple: It was only when we found EdCast that
In a different life, professor Jeppe Bundsgaard worked with some of us in the Future Learning Lab to establish Contact Education as a story-telling pedagogical tool — and we did well together…. However, as life takes over and projects emerge that also take us elsewhere, paths part. In
First to be asked to join our Expert Panel, Anne Swanberg represents a unique Nordic point of view, in that she runs one of the only Learning Labs at institutions of hi her education dedicated to an over-all transformation of learning: The Norwegian School of
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Every year we stage the World Learning Summit, bringing together researchers, entrepreneurs, educators, policymakers, designers, students and others for a three-day dive into nee trends, exiting keynotes and group presentations. Former speakers include university presidents, Google top level executives, CEOs from major world education providers, a wide range of entrepreneurs and start-up innovators, university presidents and humanitarian experts.