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Research in Distance Education 2011 conference keynote. Presentation by Professor Richard Noss (London KNowledge Lab). Much of our time as educationalists is spent considering how to enhance the teaching and learning of knowledge that has been subject only to slight change over the last century. The development of these curricula was formed by the needs of a pre-computational era, with inert technologies, and forms of representations that are - for some subjects at least - now largely obsolete. In this lecture, I will re-evaluate what becomes possible to teach and learn that was, quite simply, more or less unlearnable and unteachable before.