Thursday, June 29, 2006

Digital Culture and Learning in the Digital Age

John Seely Brown, a former researcher at Xerox PARC, who also wrote the fabulous 'Social Life of Information' book writes and speaks a great deal about education in the digital age. He ranges across many different topics, from how World of Warcraft teaches leadership
to the role of libraries.

Take a look at his work on learning in the digital age.

1 comment:

J.Y.N said...

Hi Lexa! Fabulous blog you have! I love the info and links on the potential of the digital world on education. How coincidental, the division I currently work for in my company focuses on education resources.

Anyway, I saw your fine comment on my PGCW blog and wanted to drop a line and say "thank you" for the support.

By the way, I am also fascinated by the fact that you are in Thailand - I am moving into a new position in technology and my new manager is half Thai. He is a technical wizard and a genuinely kind person also.

I am glad to have met you Lexa albeit virtually. Many kind regards, Jayne Smyth