Web 2.0 for learning

Web 2.0 and the changing ways we are using computers for learning: what are the implications for pedagogy and curriculum?
Graham Attwell concludes that oral traditions of story telling to be found in many African cultures offer a potentially strong pedagogic approach to knowledge sharing and learning through social networks. What are the implications for learning through social networking in an increasingly globalised and multicultural world?

1. Introduction

This paper is written as a basis for discussion and debate. It presents a series of hypotheses about the development of education and training systems, institutions, pedagogy and curricula as the basis for exploring how education may develop in the future. Central to these hypotheses is a cultural understanding of education both as a reflection and part of wider societal organisation and in individual terms as a reflection of the ways in which we learn and share knowledge.

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