[If you’re willing, I could use a little help with an upcoming keynote to educators…]
Digital technologies and the Internet are causing the lines to blur in a number of different areas. For example, the lines are blurring between…
real and virtual / electronic
analog and digital
producers and consumers
learners and teachers
work and home
electronic books and videos / animations / interactive games / learning software
experts and amateurs
human flesh and technology (e.g., cyborgs, implants)
local and global
individuals and crowds
and so on…
Here’s where I could use some help:
In this digital, global age that we now live in, what other lines do you think are blurring and are worth noting for educators?, and
For any or all of these, what can I show my audience (e.g., videos, diagrams, apps, URLs, devices, images, simulations) to illustrate how formerly-separate concepts are now coming together into new forms?
Any assistance you can lend would be most appreciated!
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