TED and and The Huffington Post are excited to co-premiere a selection of the latest talks from TEDGlobal 2013. Taking place in Edinburgh, Scotland,...
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In the Internet era, it's great to see people proving access to education online. If the world continues this way, I see a future where everyone can have all facts and information in front of them.
TEDGlobal featured two presentations that challenged the traditional offline and online adult education models, sharing useful insights and results that apply to both personal and organizational learning environments.
Bunker Roy and his Barefoot College begins with an amazing story of his own choice to leave a life of privilege and prestigious education to essentially learn from the poor.
As a media personality with audiences of tens of millions every day, Yang Lan, often called the "Oprah of China," offers a special lens on a country that is often "otherized."
Jarreth Merz's documentary, An African Election, illustrates the stories on the ground that often contradict the stereotype of violence and corruption.
This September, a group of Nobel Laureates including the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, will participate in a conversation on compassion at the Dalai Lama Center in Vancouver.
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