Powering a Learning Society During an Age of Disruption: Edited by Sungsup Ra.

By: Ra, SungsupContributor(s): Shanti Jagannathan | Maclean, RupertMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: Singapore: Springer, 2020Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource: 1 b/w illustrations, 55 illustrations in colour, digital, PDF file(s)ISBN: 9789811609831 (ebk.)Subject(s): Continuing education -- History -- 21st century -- Education | Continuing education -- Effect of technological innovations on -- EducationDDC classification: 370 Online resources: Click here to view eBook. Abstract: This open access book presents contemporary perspectives on the role of a learning society from the lens of leading practitioners, experts from universities, governments, and industry leaders. The think pieces argue for a learning society as a major driver of change with far-reaching influence on learning to serve the needs of economies and societies. The book is a testimonial to the importance of learning communities. It highlights the pivotal role that can be played by non-traditional actors such as city and urban planners, citizens, transport professionals, and technology companies. This collection seeks to contribute to the discourse on strengthening the fabric of a learning society crucial for future economic and social development, particularly in the aftermath of the coronavirus disease.
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This open access book presents contemporary perspectives on the role of a learning society from the lens of leading practitioners, experts from universities, governments, and industry leaders. The think pieces argue for a learning society as a major driver of change with far-reaching influence on learning to serve the needs of economies and societies. The book is a testimonial to the importance of learning communities. It highlights the pivotal role that can be played by non-traditional actors such as city and urban planners, citizens, transport professionals, and technology companies. This collection seeks to contribute to the discourse on strengthening the fabric of a learning society crucial for future economic and social development, particularly in the aftermath of the coronavirus disease.

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