The theme of ‘open-ness’ abounds in many aspects of education nowadays – largely as a reaction against the many ‘closed’ characteristics of the current system.
If we take the definition of Ubiquitous as 'existing or being everywhere, especially at the same time' then ubiquitous learning is not a new trend.
The increasing amount of technology and services linked and attached to the web is meaning it's evolving a collective form of intelligence.
Increasingly vast amounts of data are being created, stored and engaged with digitally.
If you are accessing learning experiences, courses, resources and activities, asynchronously or in real-time, using online technologies, then you are learning virtually.
There is a growing awareness that one-size-fits-all approaches to school knowledge and organisation are increasingly ill-adapted both to addressing individuals' needs and to the knowledge society at large.
Digital citizenship refers to the skills, knowledge and attributes required to achieve the things you want in a way that keeps you safe and meets the responsibilities expected of you.
What opportunities lie in the vast array of social media platforms and technologies out there?
The ability to engage with the 3D world requires the ability to think in 3D.
Is the desire for control increasing or decreasing?