Where do the trends, challenges, and developments in technology intersect across the various sectors and regions? What can ELD attendees learn from schools, museums, and libraries? Come fly with me, from Australia to Brazil to Europe to Asia and back to North America, as I explore the top 10 themes from the past year of the NMC Horizon Project.

Keywords: Learning Spaces, Blended Learning, Learner Analytics

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