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John Moravec is co-initiator of the Invisible Learning project a co-founder of the Horizon Forum, a roundtable on the future of education at all levels and is the editor of Education Futures (ISSN -, httpwww.educationfutures.com). He is also a faculty member in the Innovation StudiesMaster of Liberal Studies graduate programs at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Moravec is concerned about human capital development as society approaches an increasingly complex and ambiguous future. Technological change drives social change, and its impact is accelerating exponentially. Our schools, universities, and other institutions must leapfrog ahead of this curve for all people to compete in highly globalized, knowledge- and innovation-based societies. His work focuses on exploring this New Paradigm and the new approaches to leadership and human capital development required. His approach is global in scope, and he actively collaborates with colleagues in the United States, Latin America, China, and Europe. He is the co-author of the book Invisible Learning (, University of Barcelona Press) and the author and co-author of several articles, including A New Paradigm of knowledge production in higher education in On the Horizon (). His research and action scholarship agenda are focused on the convergence of globalization, knowledge society, and accelerating change in education and building positive futures for preK education. Dr. Moravec earned a PhD in comparative and international development education from the University of Minnesota, a masters degree in international management from the University of St. Thomas, and a bachelors degree in international studies from American University in Washington, D.C. Specialties Education futures invisible learning (interaction among formal, nonformal and informal learning) futures research methods creative applications of technologies in education innovative educational leadership