- 21st Century Skills
The author makes arguments for developing 21st century skills by distinguishing between the 20th and 21st century. The author mentioned that the 21st century is quite different than the 20th century in the capabilities people need for work, citizenship, and self-actualization. Based on these, he argued for the development of 21st century skills in his article.
- Learning in the Cloud: How (and Why) to Transform Schools with Digital Media
The author discussed 3 goals for incorporating technology into education in relation to educational theory and practice.
- Learning in the Digital Age
According to the author, learning technologies are not a panacea that will resolve the many issues that higher education faces today. Instead, new technologies lead directly to institutional issues, starkly high- lighting them in contrast to the widespread need for education and the possibilities technology presents to fill that need. Higher education today has the opportunity to reshape itself and play an important role in the future of our society. Whether that role is ultimately fulfilled will depend on fresh, creative thinking and a firm commitment to move teaching, learning, and the university into the digital age.
- Rethinking Learning in the Digital Age
The author provides newer frameworks for rethinking contexts associated with learning in the digital age.