Monthly Archives: January 2011

remix culture: content and context

Some wonderful passages from my latest find A new culture of learning: an interview with John Seely Brown and Douglas Thomas authors of the new book A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change … Continue reading

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are the liberal arts in danger?

In The end of education, a review of Martha Nussbaum’s new book, Not for Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities in TPN the philosophers’magazine, Nussbaum argues the case for the humanities as governments reduce funding for university arts courses, ‘sacrificing history, art and … Continue reading

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enough of ‘transliteracy’ for a while…

i’m saturated with digital literacy links. i’ve gathered a few together here and will rest up on this topic for a while! many thanks to bobby newman (the librarianbyday) tweeter for most of these. see her post on defining transliteracy for … Continue reading

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like father like son

i really love this video from the finnish library association

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