Perus Saranurak, 30 Apr 2014, MA Design Futures and Metadesign at Goldsmiths, University of London, London, UK. Postgraduate project work 'Future of Technology, Culture and Changes'.
It can be seen that the internet can extend the potential of the creative conversation more broad and more various. Also, the internet is much more available of everyone. Actually, it can be seen that the basic knowledge (such as how to, tutorials, e‐learning programmes and so on) is around us on the internet. This represents the technology can change the paradigm of education by allowing users (learners) to freely decide individual areas of
learning following true individual interests and create specific learning models. Moreover, this possibly encourages the learners to boost up individual interests and create own role, which doesn’t have to stick with the traditional definition of each job. This could be the creativity in learning and living.