Future of Ed Tech Is Bright, According to Faculty Survey

Author: Ray Schroeder
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By Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology
Ninety-seven percent of faculty members who took our 2018 Teaching with Technology Survey reported a positive outlook on the future of technology in education. The survey asked higher education faculty at colleges and universities across the country about tech’s role in education, what technologies will become important in the future, what will fizzle out and more. While faculty see a bright future for ed tech in general, they also acknowledged that certain technologies might be nearing their expiration date. When asked to predict which technologies would be dead and gone in the next decade, the No. 1 response was desktop computers, followed by non-interactive projects and displays, document cameras/overhead projectors, printed textbooks and clickers.

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