Brown, J. S.

New Learning Environments for the 21st Century. Exploring the Edge

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As the pace of change in the 21st century continues to increase, the world is becoming
more interconnected and complex, and the knowledge economy is craving more
intellectual property. In this environment, it is critical that we shift our focus from
education to life-long learning. Fortunately, the increasing availability of learning
resources on the internet is coinciding with the growing importance of continuous
learning. If we are willing to view learning from a new perspective, we are no longer
resource constrained.

Teaching 2.0 Doing More with Less

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Conferencia de John Seely Brown.

Growing up Digital: How the Web Changes Work, Education, and the Ways People Learn

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"[...] this article will try to look ahead to understand the Web's fundamental properties; see how they might create a new kind of information fabric in which learning, working, and playing co-mingle; examine the notion of distributed intelligence; ask how one might better capture and leverage naturally occurring knowledge assets; and finally get to our core topic-how all of this might fold together into a new concept of "learning ecology." Along the way, too, we'll look frequently at learning itself and ask not only how it occurs now, but how it can become ubiquitous in the future.

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