Through us and between us

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Below is an excerpt from my new book Digital Learning in Organisations – it relates to the future of learning and the changing face of education. I am interested in reading your views and comments on this:

“As we become more intimate with our personal devices and advance our knowledge to a point where it becomes ubiquitous and abundant, learning must take on new meaning and nuance. To be an ‘expert’ in the future may not mean that we have learnt extensively around one specific knowledge domain. It may instead mean that we have access to technologies that enable this kind of knowledge to follow freely through us and between us.” (p 237)

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Reference
Wheeler, S. (2019) Digital Learning in Organisations, London: Kogan Page.

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Through us and between us by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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