What does connected learning look like in action? It looks like Charles Raben, a 14-year-old aspiring photographer from a public school in New York City.
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There is a unique opportunity before us with today's technologies to make the entry points and pathways to knowledge, learning and opportunity accessible to many more young people. It's a question of will.
Wael Ghonim, Google's marketing manager for the Middle East and North Africa, had been held captive by the Egyptian government for 12 days. Recently...
When it comes to building a movement, numbers don't matter as much building relationships one person at a time. If you run a nonprofit, focus on your results, not just the number of Twitter followers.
Touching is a vital element of communication, but between the computer culture and the corporate playbook, it is being systematically eliminated from the game.
Do what makes you uneasy. Do the thing that scares you most. There, you will discover new worlds. Follow the fear. Out of it, you will grow.
For any organization like the U.S. government that has a significant presence in the Networked World, improvisation is vital. Non-stop learning is the cornerstone of innovation and growth.
Barack Obama continues to demonstrate that he and his team have the chops to relieve the U.S. government of its inflexible and outmoded Industrial Age mindset.
By playing its aggressive game with Yahoo, Microsoft has dominated the dialogue, and has painted the Yahoo brand as an overvalued poser and an insincere tease.
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