Monthly Archives: February 2018

#FOECast – What shape should a new effort take?

Today’s question for FOECast’s Ideation Week is: What shape should a new effort take? As far as the process by which a product is created, the discussion in the Google Doc is an excellent exploration of the possibilities.  As a … Continue reading

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#FOECast – What forecasting methods should we consider?

Today’s question for FOECast’s Ideation Week is: What forecasting methods should we consider? I am far less qualified to address this question than yesterday’s. But in reading a few of the resources that Bryan provided, I’ll offer a few thoughts. … Continue reading

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#FOECast – What Needs did the Horizon Report meet?

What was the Horizon Report? It was a set of reports published each year by the New Media Consortium, compiling the thoughts of leaders in information technology, education and libraries on the short and long-term trends in technology, and how … Continue reading

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