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Posted by on Oct 4, 2017

The future of digital education

Recently I gave a short presentation at the University of Edinburgh for a very select audience (it was internal) but I realised that some of it actually begins to encapsulate where I feel digital education is headed in the coming decade(s), assuming increasing government and private surveillance hasn’t eroded trust in it, or that governments haven’t banned it outright. That might sound like a bit of an exaggeration, but really not so much. Assuming it is still in place, this internet, then I suspect some of these predictions might hold true as they are general enough to escape being compartmentalized. They might not mean all that much on their own, but I  expand on the salient points a bit in the captions. I inserted the slides below (left to right) as well as the comments I had for each. Many of the stock images were taken from Unsplash and the icons embedded in them were taken from the Noun Project, both resources I use often.

So basically all of these are responses to the following: in ten years’ time, digital education at the University of Edinburgh will be…

 

 

 

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