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What We Learned From Reading 1,000 Articles On Lifelong Learning

A very interesting article about Lifelong Learning.

The 20 conclusions:

  1. There is a growing interest in continuous and lifelong learning
  2. People are naturally curious and lifelong learners
  3. Younger people have a particularly strong focus on lifelong learning
  4. The knowledge economy drives continuous learning
  5. Change means continuous learning
  6. Change also means unlearning
  7. Organisations aim to recruit lifelong learners
  8. Organisations need to support the continuous learners they recruit
  9. CEOs must address lifelong learning
  10. Continuous learning platforms are the future
  11. Continuous learning will disrupt current learning approaches
  12. The future is open, continuous and embedded
  13. Shifting responsibilities for learning
  14. Learners have the key responsibility
  15. Continuous learning means doing not just reading or studying
  16. Continuous learning is essential for career success
  17. Job security is being employable
  18. Lifelong learning is about more than career success
  19. Continuous learning needs to be a habit
  20. Algorithms are also continuous learners

Read the complete post on https://blog.anderspink.com/2018/05/what-we-learned-from-reading-1000-articles-on-lifelong-learning/

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Jaime Oyarzo Espinosa - jaime.oyarzo@uah.es
Honorary Professor of Research University of Alcalá, Spain
Cátedra UNESCO de Educación Científica para América Latina y El Caribe EDUCALYC
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Awards for educational innovation, member of research groups and scientific councils of conferences and scientific journals.
Instructional design experience, advisor in virtual universities, curricular redesign and university online strategy.
European Union and European Universities projects for Ethiopia and Latin America. Coordination of workshops and courses in instructional design and digital teacher competencies.
I am passionate about the integration of technology and the contribution to a paradigm shift in education.
I maintain a network of contacts with specialists in different areas and countries. I consider education as a key factor for the economic development of developing countries and regions.