Bueno, pues ya tenemos en el aire el nuevo número de Innovate… Así comienza la presentación de James L. Morrison su Editor-in-Chief.
Few things are more fascinating—and more futile—than consideration of the future. What type of world will our students inherit? What types of attitudes and skills will be needed for participation in a global world? How should we teach in an era of abundant information? What role do educators play? Is copyright in its current form sustainable?
Many of these challenging questions are in their early form, certain to be rewritten and augmented with new concerns as the swirl of change continues its uncertain path. This edition of Innovate offers points of discussion against this complex, uncertain background by considering the changing shape of pedagogy, the nature of knowledge itself, the future of copyright, and the likely patterns of technology adoption in the future. Other authors take on the place of online portfolios in education and offer a tool for strategic planning to face the future.
- This Issue’s Articles
- Future Learning Landscapes: Transforming Pedagogy through Social Software
- Rhizomatic Education : Community as Curriculum
- Worlds in Collision: Copyright, Technology, and Education
- A Singular Vision for a Disparate Future: Technology Adoption Patterns in Higher Learning Through 2035
- Places to Go: YouTube
Special Issue Editor
James L. Morrison
Fuente: [journal of online education]