Education-technology trends to watch in 2012

02/3/2012 | T.H.E. Journal

In this article, academics and instructional technologists reveal five education-technology trends to watch in 2012. Among them are an increase in mobile learning, plus an increase in the number of students learning online. Experts also foresee greater use of social-networking websites, such as Twitter and Facebook, in the classroom, and the adoption of more learning-management systems. They also expect more teachers to lead one-to-one computing initiatives in their schools.

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