EdTech Revolution: How Technology is Changing the Way We Learn
This week, 16:1 is asking big questions about how technology is evolving classroom learning. From the unsolved problem of search (just Google it!) to 1:1 device programs, from the possibilities of virtual reality to the intricacies of ChatGPT and its competitors: we’re analyzing current trends, platforms popular with students in 2023, and what might come in the future as we brace for a digital dystopia potentially populated with deep fakes.
Correction: During the show, the number of circulations of digital titles commonly used by publishers to “expire” eBooks in circulation was underestimated; rather than 10 circulations, the accepted standard seems to be closer to a whopping 26.
EdTech Magazine: Tech-Savvy School Librarians Provide Value to Modern Learners by Amy Burroughs
Jacobs Media Strategies: Getting Schooled By A Bunch Of High School Students by Paul Jacobs
Inside Higher ED: Pandemic Boost for Digital Course Materials by Doug Lederman
Study Finds: Libraries are more popular than ever — even as people borrow fewer books by Chris Melore
UNICEF – Accessible Digital Textbooks
Science Direct – Understanding the role of digital technologies in education: A review by Abid Haleem, Mohd Javaid, Mohd Asim Qadri, Rajiv Suman
WordsRated: Educational Publishing Statistics
Scientific American – The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screen by Ferris Jabr
jaltcalljournal – Virtual reality in education: The promise, progress, and challenge by Ryan Lege and Euan Bonner
stream – 36 EdTech Statistics & Facts: The State of Technology in Education by Sarah F.
TechCrunch – US teens have abandoned Facebook, Pew study says by Amanda Silberling
eLending Position Paper
The Surprisingly Big Business of Library E-books