You don’t learn like your parents did: here are four reasons why

While writing my previous post “Is digital learning revolutionary?” I felt that some of the profound changes we are observing now in the learning industry have and will continue to affect how people learn. In fact, these changes are so profound that they create a distinct imprint on generational learning. So how does learning differ today than a generation or two ago?

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