October 18, 2008

Knowledge in a Globally Networked World

The Internet is transforming what, how, where and with whom we learn and co-produce knowledge. The eight-hour course "Knowledge in a Globally Networked World: Implications for Teaching and Learning" designed for faculty, researchers, administrators and knowledge workers in general who seek to understand and integrate digital media and the Internet with their work was conducted by Molly Freeman on October 15-16, 2008.

Molly Freeman, PhD (molly.freeman@comcast.net) resides in Berkeley, CA and Yerevan. Dr. Freeman uses Complex Systems Analysis to study technology integration in education. She conducts research and has prepared teachers to integrate technology with curricula in the US and abroad. Her reviews of educational technology research are available at http://caret.iste.org.



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