Recommended Reports

MirandaNet Fellows often quote reports that they have found valuable in the MirandaLink debates. Our researchers also recommend reports. Some of the authors are MirandaNet members. Here are the most recent recommendations.

  • BESA: ICT in schools 1991-2015
    The digital revolution has changed our world and, among other things, has focused attention on education, just as the industrial revolution did before it. In the UK, computer technology has played a central part in the drive to raise standards in schools to meet the new challenges posed by the new kind of economy and culture brought on by the shift to digital media and digital tools. The British Education Suppliers Association (BESA), a MirandaNet Partner,  provides a longitudinal study of ... Read More ...
  • How New Pedagogies Find Deep Learning
    A Rich Seam Executive Summary This report is about three new forces that are converging to break open prodigious learning possibilities. The first force, ‘new pedagogies’, springs from the new learning partnerships that emerge between and among students and teachers when digital tools and resources become pervasive. The second, ‘new change leadership’, merges top-down, bottom-up and sideways energies to generate change that is faster and easier than anything seen in past efforts at reform. The third, ‘new system ... Read More ...
  • NMC Horizon Report Europe 2014
    The Horizon Report Europe: 2014 Schools Edition examines trends, challenges, and technologies for their potential impact on and use in teaching, learning, and creative inquiry. The NMC Horizon Report Europe: 2014 Schools Edition is a joint publication of European Commission’s Directorate General for Education and Culture; European Commission’s Joint Research Centre – Institute for Prospective Technological Studies; and the New Media Consortium. Executive Summary What is on the five-year horizon for European schools? Which trends and technologies will drive ... Read More ...
  • An Avalanche is Coming
    Higher Education and the Revolution Ahead An Avalanche is Coming sets out vividly the challenges ahead for higher education, not just in the US or UK but around the world. Just as we’ve seen the forces of technology and globalisation transform sectors such as media and communications or banking and finance over the last two decades, these forces may now transform higher education. The solid classical buildings of great universities may look permanent but the storms of change ... Read More ...