One topic of discussion at Digital Book World earlier this month was the degree to which the “Big 4” technology companies — Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google — are setting the agenda for what happens in the publishing industry.
Personalized learning at scale requires a balance between student autonomy and instructor-led direction and scaffolding, along with openness as a pedagogy and toward content licensing, to achieve personalized, crowdsourced, connected learning.
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