Digital Nation on PBS

[ 0 ] February 9, 2010 |

From PBS, FRONTLINE embarked on a journey to find out what it means to live in this digital age.  How has ‘going digital’ changed the way we work, think, learn, live, interact and even fight wars?  Digital Nation takes us on a tour from an internet addiction bootcamp in Korea to an Air Force base in Nevada where skilled pilots fly planes remotely.

Think about your life.  Think about the life of learners and how young to old we now have the opportunity to learn differently.  How does being digital change the life of a learner? 

You can watch the entire episode online at the FRONTLINE: Digital Nation and even add your own story.  Join in the roundtable and listen to the podcast by correspondent Douglas Rushkoff.

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Category: Distributed Learning, Extended Learning, Higher Education, K-12, Pre-K, Social Networking, Video

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