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New Article: Systemic Impact of Connective Knowledge, Connectivism, and Networked Learning

Most often, I don’t finalize a presentation until just before the conference. The world has a habit of changing frequently. For an upcoming conference in Portugal, however, I was asked to submit a paper in advance. If you’re interested: New spaces and structures of learning: the systemic impact of connective knowledge, connectivism, and networked learning (MS Word file). In this article, I suggest that the developments of technology and social learning theory are creating a sequence of change pressures that will alter traditional education. In particular, I try and answer: what will education look like in the future?