PewResearch Internet Project has just released a report on Digital Life in 2025 based on expert interviews. One of the interesting aspects of the report is the ‘theses‘ that they have distilled from the interviews, which they have divided into ‘more-hopeful and ‘less-hopeful’, concluding with one very important piece advice. These are: More-hopeful theses 1)Continue reading 15 theses about the future of the Internet and how we can shape it positively
El término original Blended Learning en inglés, traduce algo así como el aprendizaje en conjunto, o aprendizaje combinado, mejor conocido como Aprendizaje Semipresencial. Por razones prácticas utilizaré en algunas ocasiones el termino en ingles. Blendend Learning es una combinación de la ...
“Unless we have an open, neutral internet we can rely on without worrying about what’s happening at the back door, we can’t have open government, good democracy, good healthcare, connected communities and diversity of culture. It’s not naive to think we can have that, but it is naive to think we can just sit back and get it.”
(“Sin una internet abierta y neutral en la que podamos confiar sin tener que preocuparnos de lo ocurre en su puerta trasera, no podremos tener un gobierno abierto, una buena democracia, una buena sanidad, unas comunidades conectadas y una cultura que consagre
Mobile learning has clearly made its mark on the corporate world. With Smartphones being used to access so much content daily, adopting mobile as a training resource was inevitable. But is it possible that some organizations have been too hasty in adding mobile to their basket of performance support tools without really thinking it through?