Preparing for the connected campus

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 increase in data coming from sensors, smart devices and other technologies, and the[…]

Imagine future learning

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. Time of travel decreased. Imaginations of the world and its[…]

A teacher, a learner; do you have a story to tell?

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 of the Global Educator Teach‐A‐Thon, a new annual competition for[…]

MIT professor Dr. Shigeru Miyagawa to keynote FLS 2020

We´re happy to present Dr. Shigeru Miyagawa, Professor, MIT and UTokyo as opening keynote speaker on Friday May 29th 2015, as we kick off our conference Future Learning Summit 2020.  Dr. Miyagawa is professor at MIT and for the past several years also  UTokyo. He was on the original MIT team that proposed OpenCourseWare and he[…]

Can e-learning bridge the educational gap?

The recent announcement by the Gauteng provincial government to initiate a paperless classroom project as well as the Western Cape government’s commitment to spend R1.2-billion to implement e-learning in 1 250 local schools, is a big step towards bridging the education gap in South Africa, according to Athol Wesselink, Chief Technical Engineer at OpenWeb. Wesselink[…]