Analysis: Is Higher Ed Ready for the Tech Expectations of the Teens of 2022?


Messy, motivated, tech-drenched 15 year-olds, the high school sophomores of today who will be entering college or the workforce in 2022, a mere three years from now. A year later, in their second grade, Google launched the first Chromebooks. Google, Acer, Lenovo, ClassVR and many others are trying to improve the in-school experience, with Futuresource estimating there were about 20 companies at London’s Bett edtech show in January showcasing AR/VR software or hardware.

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VR technology like Google Tour Creator will allow students to create and take virtual tours anywhere around the world in an immersive 360-degree environment. They also come with software packages that allow teachers to produce and manage their lessons using the latest technologies.

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K–12 Data Centers Move Toward Modular Designs

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It comes pre-engineered with integrated hardware and software , and includes everything necessary for plug-and-play connectivity. One recent forecast by Research and Markets predicts the market for modular data centers, led by key vendors such as IBM , Eaton and HPE , will grow from $13 billion in 2017 to more than $46 billion by 2022. Like most districts in the age of Google , Shelton says, TCSD increasingly turns to outside vendors and services to move its data load to the cloud.

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” Via Edsurge : “ Google and Digital Promise Reimagine Teacher Tech Training with New National Program.” ” Via Education Week : “ Google Launches $50 Million Effort on the Future of Work.” ” Proctoring company Proctorio says it now integrates with Google Classroom – something in the press release about “complimentary exam integrity.” ” Speaking of Google and surveillance, " Google Glass 2.0