October 27, 2023
Each year, EDUCAUSE releases a report summarizing “key trends and emerging technologies and practices shaping the future of teaching and learning, and envisions a number of scenarios and implications for that future” (prior blog posts on previous Horizon Reports are available to view here on GeoEd Trek).
Campus Technology published some highlights of the contents of the report. The article notes the three most influential factors in higher education include:
- The growing potential for AI to become mainstream
- The blurring of a course offered as online versus face-to-face (it’s not one or the other – it’s both)
- More people are able to generate digital content, thanks to technologies that do not require knowledge of how to code (or minimal coding requirements)
The Horizon Report also identifies six key technologies that will have an impact, and examples of each are provided in the Report.
You can explore the 55-page report (which includes a 2-page Executive Summary) online. Check out this link for the 2023 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report | Teaching and Learning Edition.
To view the additional reports published in 2023 and prior years (back to 2005), visit: https://library.educause.edu/resources/2021/2/horizon-reports. The most recent report (as of the writing of this blog post) is linked below.
New Educause Horizon Report Identifies Tech Impacting Student Experience https://t.co/eEWiH5c1pE
— Campus Technology (@Campus_Tech) October 2, 2023