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Episode 31: Keith Krueger of CoSN and Samantha Becker of NMC

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In this episode, we’re joined by not one but two guests: Keith Krueger of the Consortium for School Networking and Samantha Becker of New Media Consortium. They’re both here to talk about a joint project between their two organizations called the Horizon Report, an annual initiative focused on identifying the technological trends that are driving educational change, sponsored by Share Fair Nation via a grant from the Morgridge Family Foundation. During our conversation, we touch on the research process behind the report, some trends and other information called out in this year’s report and the companion toolkit that helps K-12 leaders steer conversations around harnessing emerging technologies identified in the report.

View the report and toolkit
Nominate yourself to serve on an upcoming Horizon expert panel
Submit a project for potential inclusion in a future report
You can also follow @keithkrueger, @sambeckertweets, @cosn and @NMCorg.

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