Published on April 15, 2008
The world is changing
The world has changed
The world is going to change a whole lot more
2008: 3 billion mobile phones
Half of humanity connected within the next 10 years
Kids ARE connected
It’s not about what’s right It’s about what’s going on…..
None of it was predicted None of it was expected
It’s not about sites or places….
It’s about connections ...about networks
I want to take you on a journey into the future……
Communities and cities are wirelessly connected It will happen It is happening……
Lifelong learning is a fact
Information is Sourced Evaulated Compared Edited Reused Shared
Don’t forget what’s going on! There are no experts There are networks
There’s no way I can do this by myself
The Read Write Web
A create, mix rip and burn culture….
Infocracy Bureaucracy not
The world has changed Mark Pesce, Web Directions South, Sydney 2007 The world will continue to change The world is changing
But what about MEEEEEEEEEE
It’s about beginning It’s about learning It’s about sharing It’s about networks
Rip Mix Burn http://www.handheldlearning.co.uk/content/view/46/1/ http://aquaculturepda.edublogs.org/ http://www.edna.edu.au/edna/go
Use the technology to teach not teach to use the technology.
“ The street finds it’s own use for things, uses manufacturers never intended…” William Gibson
“… So many people find it so hard to learn…. That we should do everything we can to help them, using whatever we can”. Teacher, Handheld learning
The big bad security monster
Al Upton and the Mini Legends
Gilmore’s law The net regards censorship as a failure and routes around it John Gilmore (co founder SUN Microsystems)
Whingeing does not work Teach individual responsibility for security The world is not a safe place – but it is a fun place
“ It has been repeatedly proved that information blocking is like walking into a dead end.” Wang Guoquing: Vice Minister for Information, China
What can we do? Engage Network Contribute Learn
You’re a learner All learners need success “ From little things………(you know the rest!)
The first step is starting The second is playing
It doesn’t matter if you play or not…. It’s going on
Do you want to……. PLAY?
Standing still is not an option
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