Related Pages

What Works Statements

What Works: Using the Potential of Learning Technologies to Strengthen Undergraduate STEM Learning


Exploring the future 2004
Phil Crompton
The subject of this presentation is the future of presentation, capture, distribution and headend technologies that will be key components of the next generation of electronic classrooms and other learning spaces.


Excerpts from essays
Spaces & Community
Jeanne L. Narum
A picture is worth a thousand words when talking about spaces and community.

Other Resources

Exploring the Future of Technology
Richard Bussell
Institutions are faced with an ever-increasing range of options when considering educational technologies. Tomorrow's classrooms, libraries, and information commons must be designed to be flexible, efficient spaces where students and faculty can interact without technology being a barrier to participation. Questions addressed include: How will convergence impact classroom technologies? Wired or wireless networking in the classroom? What is the future of display technologies? Richard Bussell also demonstrates how to develop a strategy for the implementation of technology at your institution.

Technologies are Changing Learning and Teaching
The Future of Higher Education: Technology and the College
Daniel L. Goroff