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2009: The year of educating in Society 3.0

Throughout 2009, Education Futures experienced a 17.11% increase in readers, hailing from 183 countries around the world. Thank you!

The Society 3.0 series proved to be very popular, accounting for the majority of visits. Here are the top five articles of 2009, listed in descending order of page views:

5. Singularity University: February 2, 2009
4. The role of schools in Education 3.0: April 20, 2009
3. The role of technology in Education 3.0: April 21, 2009
2. Designing Education 3.0: April 19, 2009
1. The role of teachers in Education 3.0: May 10, 2009

Moreover, the post from last year that started it all, Moving beyond Education 2.0, remains the most popular post, overall, at Education Futures.

What started from a simple idea sketched out onto a table turned into a great series. Thank you for your continued readership, collaboration and sharing!

Pardon the dust


Over the next month, I plan to switch over to the Wireless Minneapolis network, and discontinue self-hosting this blog from my home. To prepare for the move, I’m reorganizing and redesigning portions of the blog to cut down on some of the fat code and make it a little bit more compatible with other hosts (and hopefully make it more useful for readers, too). Chances are, this site will break down a couple times as I continue to work on it. Please pardon the dust!

May 23 update: If you can read this, then this site has been successfully transfered to a new host.  I’m trying out at the moment.

Back to school update

Since traffic to this site is typically down in August, while most visitors are on break, I used this opportunity to redesign the site. This new blog theme is based on the Leia Theme created by Kapikua. After a little tweaking, it is now translated in English and supports WordPress widgets. Other changes include: