NormanMacrae.net -Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
help us list ways universities can to most value youth
1 universities whose overall purpose is get youth jobs ; never put in debt (how)
2 help students and professors design the courses millions of youth... - eg how a nation's economy can thrive as carbon negative economy within 10 years -these courses are recommended by entrepreneurial revplution partners such as soros or mackey
3 be pivotal in khan academy world - eg why not set up a khanacademy lab so any student can create potential modules for khan
4 understand the processes MIT used to make it number 1 job creating alumn network in western world
5 universities that are prepared to mortgage their building and land and create youth investment funds
6 universities that blend real apprenticeships - and extend typical age of student back to 15 are on to any productive age
you tell us ways you would like to see a most valuable university innovate now! firstname.lastname@example.org
-where coursera partners are
how could google glass change eg how any skilled practitioner teaches?
This is not the first time Google has changed the way companies do business. Google has already replaced the Yellow Pages, stand-alone GPS systems and traditional email applications, not to mention laptop computers as we know them.
Although Google’s products often improve the way people live and work, they also pose threats to companies stuck in the status quo. Google Glass will be no different. Some industries will benefit from the device, while others will replaced and forgotten.
So how will wearable technology like Google Glass affect your industry?
Whether it's cooking, auto mechanics or beauty tips, Google Glass will make distance learning more fun, interactive and accessible. Anyone can be a teacher - just by recording what they do. Glass lessons could video stream how to braid hair, perform an oil change or bake an exotic cupcake. YouTube already has videos like this, and they've only increased since the introduction of camera phones. Step-by-step videos and tutorials created using Google Glass promise to dominate YouTube with point-of-view How-To videos on virtually everything under the sun.
Experts believe augmented reality will have many uses in the medical field, especially during complicated surgery. Imagine if doctors and nurses could prepare for incoming patients as they get ready for emergency surgery by receiving live video streams with instructions from paramedics heading to the ER. They could also get additional information on screen without looking away from what they're doing.
In addition, healthcare professionals could instantly locate and read patients’ medical records or test results with Google Glass. The device may even improve the way medicine is taught by allowing instructors to stream and share live procedures to residents and students from anywhere around the world.