Evolution of Learning

Quick note: Just wondering if others had already thought of this:

Just as water power was one of the primary kinetic energy sources of the early Industrial Revolution — I wonder if Web 2.0 contains the “kinetic energy source” for the current Learning (sic eLearning) Revolution?

Later electrical distribution lines allowed mills and factories to located away from the flowing water – just like the “distance connections” spoken of in Connectivism might allow for learning to be facilitated “anyplace, anytime” using these electronic channels to funnel “the energy”?


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