Cracking the Code of the ‘Native’ Information Experience

Cracking the ‘Native’ Information Experience

Child with Information that Glows
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We are teaching a brand new generation of learner. They have witnessed an emerging new information environment and have participated in shaping its landscape, seamlessly utilizing technologies that have come to define their culture. Their outside-the-classroom information experiences are deep, diverse, rich, and compelling — and understanding these experiences may be an important key to achieving more effective and relevant formal learning.

What are the qualities of these experiences? What are their contexts? What might they look like if woven into the fabric of our schools, classrooms and libraries?

Alternative Titles:

  • Welcome to “Their” World: A Foundational Structure to Learning 2.0
  • Hacking the Native Information Experience

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