Wednesday 3 March 2010

Abundance Culture and Generation C(ontent)

I spoke to Bishops' staff this morning on the issues and opportunities posed by "abundance culture" and "generation C(ontent)" in education.

My presentation inspired interesting questions and comments on the impact of  an abundant digital media culture, particularly: can one protect the rights of those written about, the importance of addressing low emotional intelligence and how the freemium business model works.

Staff have been asked to complete a questionnaire on Abundance Culture's challenges and opportunities. I will compile their feedback into a research report for the school, as part of PhD research.

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