#Change11 The Internet of Things

This week’s topic is Managing Technology to Transform Teaching.  How about Internet of Things for Teaching?

What is Internet of Things (IoT)? It is a world-wide network of uniquely addressable interconnected objects, based on standard communication protocols.

Here are a few videos that I am interested in:

On Internet of Things, and the research that would be carried out by Pew Internet – relating to Internet and technology – on organization, users of internet, higher education (universities), and future technology.

Sea of data, just drowning…

Connection of objects.  Are we becoming smarter societies, communities, people?

In this Internet of Things:

“The vision of an Internet of Things built from smart objects raises several important questions in terms of system architecture, design and development, and human involvement.”

So Internet of Things is still a relative new and emerging concept.  Would it transform the way we live, educate and learn?  Sure, this would be exciting!

Anyone who is conducting current research in your institution?  What are your findings relating to education and learning?

How does it impact on Higher Education – teaching and learning in particular?

Would learning analytics be based on Internet of Things?

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