Ken Carroll talks a lot at work about the movement of learning from the classroom to the network, and how that’s a game changer. He’s right, and at Praxis we’re helping to push the revolution forward.

It’s nice, though, to see the power of learning networks in practice. A two message exchange between my friend Greg and I, over SMS.

Greg: where’s karachi again?
John: pakistan

Simple, to the point. He needed information and he got it in the most effective way possible. The information was delivered in context (he got an answer to his question at the point where he needed the information), and it was exact answer to his question with no extra fluff to parse through.

Mobile devices and connectivity are changing the way we do everything, including learn.