Randy Bass Presents at International Roundtable on e-Learning

Recently, CNDLS Executive Director Randy Bass traveled to the Kanazawa Institute of Technology in Ishikawa, Japan to participate in the 2009 International Roundtable for Library and Information Science, which focused on the topic "New Developments in e-Learning."

Randy’s presentation, entitled "Knowledge, Expertise, and Uncertainty in the New Digital Learning Landscape," explored how "knowledge, expertise, and learning are all being reshaped by new forms of information and the social networks that process information into analysis, opinion, and knowledge," and asked how educators can best respond to these challenges of the new digital landscape. Other presenters explored such topics as cyberinfrastructure and cyberlearning, the future of university libraries, and how new ways of learning challenge traditional conceptions of universities.

Recently, CNDLS Executive Director Randy Bass traveled to the Kanazawa Institute of Technology in Ishikawa, Japan to participate in the 2009 International Roundtable for Library and Information Science, which focused on the topic "New Developments in e-Learning."

Recently, CNDLS Executive Director Randy Bass traveled to the Kanazawa Institute of Technology in Ishikawa, Japan to participate in the 2009 International Roundtable for Library and Information Science, which focused on the topic “New Developments in e-Learning.”

Randy’s presentation, entitled “Knowledge, Expertise, and Uncertainty in the New Digital Learning Landscape,” explored how “knowledge, expertise, and learning are all being reshaped by new forms of information and the social networks that process information into analysis, opinion, and knowledge,” and asked how educators can best respond to these challenges of the new digital landscape. Other presenters explored such topics as cyberinfrastructure and cyberlearning, the future of university libraries, and how new ways of learning challenge traditional conceptions of universities.