How To Create & Collaborate In A Sharing Economy –

2015 has been a year ripe with change and watershed transformation, but as we move into 2016 many new trends lurk on the horizon. In a new report, Billee Howard talks about the top 10 emerging trends to look out for in the year ahead that will impact entrepreneurialism, innovation and the consumer landscape overall. One of those trends that parallels those happening in education is the idea of a sharing economy.

The sharing economy will continue to explode but will move away from the notion of “altruism” to profiting for the many and not the few. We will see a continued push towards sharing business ecosystems that embrace the we instead of the me and provide value and benefit to the communities they operate in as a whole.

This idea of businesses benefiting themselves, the consumers they serve, and local people seeking freelance employment, will become more evident and an obvious sign of the permanence of our new Uber X economy.

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13 Ways Education Could Change In The Next 13 Years

Ed note: 2 Pieces for Context–30 Incredible Ways Technology Will Change Education by 2028 and Curriculum is More Important Than Learning Technology

We recently speculated on the what education might look like in the year 2028 (see the link above), when today’s kindergartners have finished K-12 and beginning their work in the world (or college). The focus of that piece was technology, and how it might impact the way students learn in the coming decades.

This piece is similar, but a bit more focused on the pros and the cons of learning trends, and the ultimate impact they might have on education, and society at large. Note that all of these pieces are necessarily speculative, presented to hopefully promote conversation, illuminate possibility, and help us to stop and think where this all might be headed.

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7 Steps To Become an Instructional Designer – eLearning Industry

Choosing to become an Instructional Designer can lead to a truly rewarding career path. Not only do you get the chance to earn a living by doing what you are passionate about, but you also have the opportunity to give others the gift of knowledge. Keep in mind that an effectively designed eLearning course or training module can make a world of difference in someone’s personal or professional life. With that being said, knowing which steps to take in order to become an Instructional Designer may be crucial for your career.

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Adobe le cambia el nombre a Flash: ahora será Animate CC

Adobe nos acaba de dar la sorpresa de la semana o incluso del mes cambiándole el nombre a Flash. A partir de ahora la suite Flash Professional pasará a llamarse Adobe Animate CC, programa con el que podremos animar contenido y exportarlo a varios tipos de formatos.

Es un simple cambio de nombre, pero que esconde una cesión en toda regla de Adobe: la tecnología Flash deja de ser predominante en la web, y hay que priorizar otros modos de ver gráficos animados como WebGL, GIFs animados, contenedores HTML5 o incluso vídeo que AnimateCC será capaz de exportar en calidad 4K.

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