Date Added: Jul 2009
This paper explores the impact of today's rapidly evolving Internet technologies on the business of learning, and how both institutions and students must prepare for it. It also discusses how instructional design expertise and unique technology platforms can enable academic institutions and corporate universities to offer cutting edge learning programs that develop agile-thinking, workforce-ready graduates through hands-on experiential learning. Experiential Learning is teaching "Action" not information. The place to store vast amounts of information is in libraries, not in heads. In the 21st century, those libraries are increasingly virtual. Mind Find, Socrates, and Toolwire fuel today's productivity machine by developing agile-thinking, workforce-ready graduates via hands-on LiveLabs and Interactive Scenarios.