From the hottest tech degree to a tool for everyone, these trends are changing higher-ed in 2014-15
Trends like “devices,” “MOOCs,” and “Twitter,” are making the rounds in higher education, but what do these trends means for admin and students, and how are they affecting classroom practice and IT capabilities?
In this 2014 higher education trends report, we’ve talked with some of the country’s most tech-savvy professors to discuss the finer points of these broad issues.
For example, if devices are popular among students, which ones are most popular, and why does this matter? And if MOOCs were all the rage in 2013, what’s the new non-traditional mode of learning this year, and is it different?
From information about the hottest degree offered in 2014 to the development of WiFi support, you’ll learn more about the subtle nuances of some of this year’s—and 2015’s—trends poised to rock higher education.
Are there trends you think we missed, or perhaps trends you see developing at your institution? Be sure to leave your insight in the comment section below.
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