The new development paradigm : education, knowledge economy and digital futures
- New York : Peter Lang, 
- Physical description
- vi, 285 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Global studies in education ; v. 20.
LC2605 .N39 2014
- Unknown LC2605 .N39 2014
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Contents: Michael A. Peters/Tina (A.C.) Besley/Daniel Araya: Introduction: The New Development Paradigm: Education, Knowledge Economy, and Digital Futures - Daniel Araya: Education as Transformation: Post-Industrialization and the Challenge of Continuous Innovation - Jonathan Beller: Advertisarial Relations and Aesthetics of Survival - Axel Bruns: Beyond the Producer/Consumer Divide: Key Principles of Produsage and Opportunities of Innovation - Ergin Bulut: Labor, Aesthetics, and Cultural Studies in the Age of Digital Capitalism - Fernando A. Hernandez/Kevin D. Franklin/Judith Washburn/Alan B. Craig/Simon J. Appleford: Education in the Age of Extreme Digital Exploration, Discovery, and Innovation - Francis Heylighen/Iavor Kostov/Mixel Kiemen: Mobilization Systems: Technologies for Motivating and Coordinating Human Action - Lauren Smith/Bernard McKenna/David Rooney: Reconceptualizing Business Education for Knowledge Work: Comparing Corporate Cults and Highly Effective Organizations - Peter Murphy: Beautiful Minds and Ugly Buildings: Object Creation, Digital Production, and the Research University - Reflections on the Aesthetic Ecology of the Mind - Harry Torrance: Open Learning, Open Assessment? Learning, Assessment, and Certification in a Global Education Competition - Leonard J. Waks: Web 2.0 and the Transformation of Education - Yong Zhao: Mass Localism - Michael A. Peters/Peter Fitzsimons: Digital Technologies in the Age of YouTube: Electronic Textualities, the Virtual Revolution, and the Democratization of Knowledge - Michelle Selinger/Richard E.J. Jones: A New Blend of Learning and the Role of Video - Ronald Barnett: Toward the Multi-Vocal University - Michael A. Peters: Postscript: Open Development, Creative Development, and Digital Future.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Although the concept of development education" has been widely adopted, the term is still not widely understood. With the advent of globalization, the knowledge economy, and, in particular, the formulation of the World Bank's "knowledge for development" strategy and the UNDP's creative economy", development issues have become a central part of education and education has become central to development. It is time to reassess the standard development education paradigm and to investigate the possibilities that take into account emerging trends. The New Development Paradigm, written by international authorities, focuses on three related themes: education, the knowledge economy and openness; social networking, new media and social entrepreneurship in education; and technology, innovation and participatory networks.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- Michael A. Peters, Tina Besley, Daniel Araya, editors.
- Global studies in education, 2153-330X ; Vol. 20