[Infographic] How Google Glass Might Be Used In Education
Wearable technology is all the rage now, and none so defines this new space as Google’s Google Glass. You have already spotted some early adopters of this new wearable headpiece mounted with an optical display around town (as part of the Google’s Glass Explorer program), beta testing possibilities for the technology.
One of the possible uses of Google Glass is in the area of education. Can you imagine a classroom with teacher and students alike using the hands-free device to interact with the web through voice commands, and how that will impact learning?
This infographic from OpenColleges takes a look at how Google Glass may change the face of education as we know it:
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