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A Map of Ed. Tech. Through 2040

I have a long list of educational technology blogs that I attempt to follow. I try to start my day by having my computer read at least one article to me. Today I've browsed through the long list of unread posts and came across one entitled "A Map of Education Technology Through 2040 [#Infographic]" from EdTech magazine. I'm a sucker for a good infographic and this one certain jam packs tons of information in to it. If you read nothing else, I'd click on the image below to blow it up and then read the gray boxes that walk you through the transformation that we could see in the next 25ish years.

What do you think? Do you see any of this happening? Or perhaps you are seeing it already...


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