Pervasive, high-bandwidth wireless networks; cloud-based processing; and fast-growing repositories of digital information, including a rising tide of data from networked sensors and information analysis tools, are among the computing trends that will influence higher education in the next seven years, according to researcher and author Christine Borgman, who outlined what learning might look like in 2015 at last week's EDUCAUSE conference in Orlando, Network World reports. Borgman based her presentation on a recently released report by the National Science Foundation's Task Force on Cyber Learning, which Borgman chaired. The report, "Fostering Learning in the Networked World: The Cyber Learning Opportunity...

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