This is an additional lecture to the Information Literacy series of lectures. There is a weave between information, knowledge, skills and society in general, with the Internet and new technology contributing to all the information existing on the Web. However, all this brings with it various questions raging from "What's New", and "How can we learn it." These two questions have ramifications on the two most discussed paradigm shifts, namely about (i) schooling (set curriculum) and (ii) lifelong learning. Will there ever be a reconciliation of both or will one eventually take over the other? If the latter takes, over, How would that be? What is the effect?
I hope that you will find this lecture interesting and stimulating for your studies.
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