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In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and serendipitous learning offered via the Web

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Presentation by Teemu Arina at The Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, 7th of August 2009 in Madison, Wisconsin. Video recording available later.

Presentation by Teemu Arina at The Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, 7th of August 2009 in Madison, Wisconsin. Video recording available later.

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  • 1. IN THE AGE OF REAL-TIME The complex, social, and serendipitous learning offered via the Web August 2009 Teemu Arina tarina.blogging.fi tar1na
  • 2. Ours is a brand-new world of allatonceness. We can no longer build serially, block-by-block, step-by-step ...because instant communication insures that all factors of the environment and of experience co-exist in a state of active interplay." – Marshall McLuhan (1967)
  • 3. FRACTAL LEARNING
  • 4. Pattern Recognition “Information overload is an opportunity for pattern recognition” – Marshall McLuhan Image: jbum
  • 5. TV > MOBILE HEAD Image: Judy Breck
  • 6. INTERNET?
  • 7. INTERNET PROVIDES Independence of...
  • 8. Time > No-time
  • 9. Space > No-Space
  • 10. Schizophrenics: No Sense of Time and Space
  • 11. Instant communication insures that all factors of the environment [SPACE] and of experience [TIME] co-exist in a state of active interplay. – Marshall McLuhan (1967)
  • 12. TIME
  • 13. Time = Change Linear Complicated Complex Known Knowable Perceive and adapt
  • 14. < Mechanic Age of Speed > Digital Age of Real-time
  • 15. The web is transitioning from mere interactivity to a more dynamic, real-time web where read-write functions are heading towards balanced synchronicity. The real-time web is the next logical step in the Internet’s evolution. – OM Malik, Giga OM (2009)
  • 16. From Pages to Streams
  • 17. FROM COLLECTING
  • 18. TO PERCEIVING FLOWS OF PATTERNS
  • 19. FROM SEQUENTIAL MODELS
  • 20. TO SERENDIPITY
  • 21. SPACE
  • 22. Digital + Analog as a Double Helix Digital aNAlog
  • 23. Digital + Analog as a Double Helix DIGITAL D’N’A ANALOG DOUBLE HELIX
  • 24. Digital+Analog at the Physical Space
  • 25. THE SIXTH SENSE colored caps camera projector phone mirror Ref: MIT Media Lab
  • 26. Ref: MIT Media Lab
  • 27. Magic Wands What do you call a h andheld interface fo real, actual objects? r "A wand." – Bruce Sterling
  • 28. Ref: Microsoft
  • 29. ONE MACHINE Technology as an extension of man. Man as an extension of technology.
  • 30. "Time and space are modes by which we think and not conditions in which we live" Albert Einstein
  • 31. "It is the framework which changes with each new technology and not just the picture within the frame." Marshall McLuhan
  • 32. Thanks! Teemu Arina ceo - dicole ltd. mail teemu@dicole.com blog tarina.blogging.fi web www.dicole.com “Imagination is more important than knowledge” – Albert Einstein tar1na

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