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I really enjoyed this post from Read Write Web, the ‘Internet of Things’, highlighting Tim O’Reilly’s recent keynote.

Some viewing. The first video is 5 minutes long and the second is 36 minute but worth your time. After my viewing, I had the following in my mind:

Q: What does it all mean for our students, communities and for us, as learning professionals, working in large education systems endeavouring to change them?

Maybe we need to be thinking/organising more like this and reflect collaboratively about the future of our education systems with a wider range of people.

Make sense? I am (enjoying) struggling to understand what this all means, or will mean in a short few years.

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more about “The Internet of Things“, posted with vodpod

 

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NB I can see that Judy O’Connell is thinking hard about similar things, with her post about the Semantic Web.

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  1. […] the original post here: Tim O'Reilly Explains the Internet of Things « Darcy Moore's Blog a-fair-amount, and-education, highly-valued, Web […]

  2. Discussion about 3.0 from a year ago:
    http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.com/2009/04/learning-30.html

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