Education is one of the last major industries to experience significant technology disruption and transformation. For years, technology in the education system has been modelled after manufacturing by manufacturing knowledgeable individuals using a process that resembles a production line. We are now moving to a world where education is more about learning experiences personalized to the student. Learning can no longer be a set amount of time that aligns to specific foundational degrees or training; it can occur anytime and will continue to occur while “students” enter the workforce. Technologies are bringing contextual opportunities to the learning experience as well as enhancing the learning experience and the “classrooms” where learning occurs.