"The first rule of Web 3.0 is to stop calling it that. At least, that's Tim O'Reilly's preference... Although O'Reilly takes issue with the nomenclature, he does acknowledge — along with others who care deeply about the intersection of technology, teaching and learning — that the web is in the midst of an evolutionary cycle that's likely to spark profound changes in education. There are common threads in their predictions: widely available videos as educational tools, the blending of the physical and digital worlds, and a web that's capable of applying context to its processes. Many of these advancements aren't new, but they're becoming increasingly ubiquitous and far-reaching, transforming existing processes and offering new insights into everything from health to marketing to learning."
Via EDTC@UTB, Teaching, Learning & Developing with Technology, Dr. Doris Molero, juandoming