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Revista de Ingeniería 2013, (39)

Author: Paul Kim

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Revista de Ingeniería ISSN: 0121-4993 reingeri@uniandes.edu.co Universidad de Los Andes Colombia Kim, Paul Mobile Innovations in the Education Ecosystem Revista de Ingeniería, núm.
39, julio-diciembre, 2013, pp.
59-66 Universidad de Los Andes Bogotá, Colombia Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=121030106010 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative DOSSIER Mobile Innovations in the Education Ecosystem1 Innovaciones móviles en ecosistemas educativos Paul Kim(1) (1) 3h.D.
ChieI 7echnology OIʏcer and Assistant Dean oI the *raduate School oI Education at StanIord University.
phNim#stanIord.edu Received November 13th, 2013.
Modiʏed -anuary 1th, 2013.
Approved January 20th, 2014. Key words Education, eduprenuers, technology, learning environment, mobile learning. Palabras claves Educación, edu-emprededores, tecnología, ambiente de aprendizaje, educación móvil. Abstract This paper shares macro-level perspectives drawn from business and engineering on the widespread efforts to bring innovation to education ecosystems.
Signiʏcant shifts are occurring in the education marketplace: from content delivery technologies to video capturing and processing technologies.
The changes involve a combination of large corporations and small innovative start-ups, for example, there is increased emphasis on engineering approaches to the integration of pedagogy and learning analytics into online education systems, more marketplace-based companies are surfacing, and global edupreneurs are building an array of skill-based training and workforce ecosystems.
In short, it is highly predictable that the ways people acquire knowledge and learn new skills, evaluate competencies, and secure jobs will change drastically in the...





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