Peering into Learning | Knowledge management |

In “Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age,” George Siemens argues that technology has changed the way we learn, explaining how it tends to complicate or expose the limitations of the learning theories of the past.

The crucial point of connectivism is that the connections that make it possible for us to learn in the future are more relevant than the  knowledge we hold individually in the present. Technology can, to some degree and in certain contexts, replace “know how” with “know where to look.”

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