Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community

The ideas outlined in E-Learning 3.0 are becoming more real, as we see in this post (and if you note the URL you'll note that the post is distributed on IPFS, the distributed content addresisble resource network). As the authors here write, "Web3 has enabled creators to own their work online, ed3 enables students to own their education. Nascent ed3 models are improving access, affordability, and accreditation, but more work needs to be done." There's a lot to this article - it's a nice Saturday read. (p.s. if all this intrigues you, you'll want to look at Mirror, the Ethereum-powered platform these posts have been written on - more here). Too bad Mirror doesn't support RSS.

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