Within the next decade alone, you can expect that everything from voice recognition technology to augmented-reality glasses to touch-based devices will be readily available in organizations everywhere. And education is leading the way.
Education is the most progressive sector in terms of moving to a state of digital maturity — where an organization uses sophisticated tools to drive performance, and demonstrates an ongoing commitment to technology, technology-led initiatives and digitally managed processes. Interactive whiteboards
are already present in many classrooms and, with the increasing usage of mobile devices by students, the next five years will see real-time, digitally-enabled educational experiences becoming the norm.
With today's technology-enhanced classroom experience — including the rise of remote learning and emergence of massive open online courses (MOOCs) — it’s clear that digital innovation is at the heart of future education.