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Much of the process takes place online, where it is captured and placed in a the Horizon Project wiki, where all the work of the project makes its home on the web. The Horizon Project wiki is intended to be a completely transparent window to the all of the work of the project, and contains the entire record of the research for all the various editions.
The section of the wiki used for the Xxxxx Edition can be found at http://Xxxx.wiki.nmc.org.
From the comprehensive list of technologies originally considered for any report, the twelve that emerge at the top of the initial ranking process — four per adoption horizon — are further researched and expanded. Once this “short list” is identified, the group, working with both NMC staff and practitioners in the field, begins to explore the ways in which these twelve important technologies might be used in for teaching, learning, research, and/or creative expression. A significant amount of time is spent researching real and potential applications for each of the areas that would be of interest to practitioners.
For every edition, when that work is done, each of these twelve “short list” items is written up in the format of the Horizon Report. With the benefit of the full picture of how the topic will look in the report, the “short list” is then ranked yet again, this time in reverse. The six technologies and applications that emerge are those detailed in the Horizon Report. For additional detail on the project methodology or to review the actual instrumentation, the ranking, and the interim products behind the report, please visit http://Xxxx.wiki.nmc.org.
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Horizon Report: Australia-New Zealand
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Welcome to the workspace for the Horizon.anz Project, the place for the members of the Horizon.anz Advisory Board to manage the process of selecting the topics for the 2010 Horizon Report: Australia-New Zealand Edition. This edition of the Horizon Report, a project of the The New Media Consortium, will be published in October, 2010. The report focuses on emerging technology and its applications for education (broadly defined) in Australia and New Zealand.
Horizon.anz is a project that applies the process developed for the New Media Consortium's Horizon Project with a focus on emerging technologies for learning institutions in Australia and New Zealand. Members of the Australia-New Zealand education community are encouraged to follow the Advisory Board's progress as the discussion unfolds and to use the wiki as a resource and reference tool.
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