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Jean-Claude Guillebaud: «Internet modifie tous nos rapports avec la réalité» | La-Croix.com

Jean-Claude Guillebaud: «Internet modifie tous nos rapports avec la réalité» | La-Croix.com | Internet et nouvelles cultures | Scoop.it
Selon l’essayiste Jean-Claude Guillebaud, il n'y a plus cinq continents, mais six. Et ce sixième continent, c’est le cybermonde, le Net, la toile... un ...

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Now Is the Time for Digital Tech to Transform K-12 Learning | Huffington Post

Now Is the Time for Digital Tech to Transform K-12 Learning | Huffington Post | Internet et nouvelles cultures | Scoop.it

The time has come to extend digital connectivity to every student in every classroom. Access to the Internet is an essential tool for equipping students with 21st century skills. And as the debate over the future of education heats up, traditional learning methods are being called into question, and we're starting to see the K-12 landscape being reshaped in bold new ways.

 

As the world continues its love affair with smartphones and tablets, mobile has become so essential to our lives that most people couldn't imagine life without it. Over the next five years, smartphone shipments are expected to surpass the seven billion mark, which is roughly the equivalent of the world's population.

 

There's no question that mobile has had a transformative effect in our homes and workplaces. And now there's growing momentum around leveraging its power to transform the classroom. Its already happening in colleges and universities and the time has come to extend its benefits to K-12 students.

Why now?

 

For starters, the building blocks are finally in place to support the vision of the "connected classroom" -- the 21st century classroom. The proliferation of mobile broadband networks combined with local area hot spots is bringing the dream of seamless and ubiquitous connectivity closer to reality. And today's mobile devices have the computing power to deliver the kinds of features and experiences needed to take learning to a whole new level.

 

Over the course of my career as an engineer-turned-tech evangelist, I've had the privilege of travelling the world and seeing the extraordinary impact of mobile on people and communities across a broad range of cultures and socio-economic strata. In many ways, mobile is a democratizing force. It empowers us. It inspires us. It extends our reach.

 

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Stunning Timelapse Of The Canadian Rockies

Stunning Timelapse Of The Canadian Rockies | Internet et nouvelles cultures | Scoop.it
Night sky photographer Alan Dyer recorded this timelapse montage at the Banff, Jasper and Waterton Lakes National Parks in the Canadian Rocky Mountains over the summer of 2014.

All we can say is "Wow!"

At night, he said, these sites ...

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OdysseyTreks's curator insight, November 24, 2014 12:01 PM

Banff, Jasper and Waterton National Parks in Alberta! Simply Amazing!