Monthly Archives: April 2016

Scaling Up: Data and Education Technology (Part 2)

This blog post is part of a series: our thought partners who were not able to attend the Future of Learning summit were asked to create video responses to questions related to the panel discussion.

Robert Stein is a museum leader, technology expert, and strategist with more than 10 years of experience heading innovative projects and diverse teams. Stein has pioneered the adoption of open-source tools for the museum community and created the world’s first incentive-based loyalty program for visitor engagement. Stein is an author, speaker, and consultant, focusing on the impact museums can have in their community, how technology efforts can change the dynamic of museum innovation, and how metrics and measurement can drive continuous improvement for the practice of museums.

In his video below, Stein discusses advances in educational technology that influence the future of learning in museums.

Scaling Up: Data and Education Technology (Part1)

This blog post is part of a series: our thought partners who were not able to attend the Future of Learning summit were asked to create video responses to questions related to the panel discussion.

Kyle Jaebker is a tech specialist in Indianapolis, formerly director of the IMA Lab at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Jaebker’s work spans from web and on-site interactives to mobile. Jaebker has a passion for using open-source tools and the latest technologies to solve complex problems. In the video below, Jaebker responds to these questions:

  • How have recent innovations in education technology enhanced students’ and teachers’ ability (and capacity) to do their work?
  • What ed tech projects are you most proud to see taking place at your institution?
  • What trends do you anticipate shaping the next 20 years of education technology? Why?