The more we learn about learning, the more we see that it’s a deeply personal process.
User and control is about customising the objects around you to make sure they solve your problems.
The smart web is the name given to the developing trend to have all electronic devices connected to the internet in order to communicate and send and receive data.
At its heart virtual learning is about the learning that takes place outside of the school, or bringing what is outside of the school into the school.
One of the significant trends of the last few years has been in what’s called "big data", and our increasing ability to manipulate, access, and use the huge amounts of digital data that now exist.
It is only in recent times that we have become really enamoured with the idea of representing the world in three dimensions.
Digital citizenship is when a combination of the values and key competencies in the New Zealand Curriculum are realised digitally.
Multimedia resources and technologies on the web now offer unprecedented ways for us to design learning that offers pathways into new collaborative modes of learning, and to sharing our learning with whānau and communities.
Increasingly, the world values not simply the knowing of things, but what you can do with the things you know.
The concept of open-ness is something that we need to be exploring as educators as it applies in our world ahead.