- Learning in the workplace
- Distributed Intelligence
- Social view of Learning
- Learning Ecology
- Learning as Iceberg, in heads: Lives in people and their practices
John Seely Brown, The Social Life of Information is a stunning and profound on how our concept of knowledge is changing in the age of the Net.
It honors the traditional social practices of knowing, where genres stay fixed, and provides a graceful way of understanding new strategies for knowing in today’s rapidly evolving, networked world. It is a true tour-de-force in a delightful way.”
Reinventing the broken system of today’s formal education is one of the most pressing cultural concerns. And while most conversations on the subject can be ultimately ineffectual, John Seely Brown brings a refreshing perspective on the subject with equal parts insight, imagination and optimism.
Their A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change make a powerfull case for a new kind of learning, one growing synchronously and fluidly with technology rather than resisting it with restless anxiety.