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Students learn by creating, yet the dominant learning paradigm of the past and today is information transfer, which treats learning purely as the acquisition of information. This article describes many factors that will undoubtedly become the focus of learning in this most exciting era of education.

Alfred M. Bork

I am Professor Emeritus in tthe Donald Bren School of informatons and Computer science.at the University of Caliifornia, Irvine. My interest is in making order of magniture improvements in learning, globally and at all ages, through adaptive tutorial learning. Information is available from bork@uci.edu.


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