With worldwide education sector technology spending set to reach $67.8 billion in 2015, according to Gartner, Inc., identifying and understanding pragmatic trends in the application of technology to improve learning is the focus of a new report from IMS Global Learning Consortium. Also doubling as an analysis of the 2015 Learning Impact Award (LIA) winners, the report seeks to answer how technology impacts education—and more specifically, how it impacts each individual student’s learning experience, outcomes, and their future success. The LIA annual competition and this subsequent report is a rich learning technology planning resource to assist institutions and educational authorities to determine if they’ve considered a broad range of potentially impactful technology innovation. Learn more.
By: Victor Rivero