Navitas Ventures is mapping the future of education and is using Quid to do so.
The venture arm of Australia-based global education provider Navitas is tackling this ambitious question: What will education look like in 10 years?
In the third installment, Navitas uses Quid to map 26 innovation clusters -- from content publishers and platforms to immersion learning companies -- to show how education is likely to evolve.
Currently, their Landscape 3.0 project includes 15,000 global companies representing $50 billion in investment. Navitas Ventures has so far identified 26 innovation clusters and 8 main stages in the "next-generation learning lifecycle." At the intersection of education and technology, they believe, is a new type of learning journey, one that will shape the future of education.
Navitas Ventures CEO Patrick Brothers and his team are using Quid to "identify organic clusters of innovation, rather than conforming to traditional rules or linear models," they wrote in a recent blog post. "Networks are a powerful way to analyze and visualise complex relationships. Networks help us better understand qualitative information like emerging technologies and business models."
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