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The New Development Paradigm

Education, Knowledge Economy and Digital Futures

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Edited By Michael Peters, Tina (Athlone C.) Besley and Daniel Araya

Although the concept of «development education» has been widely adopted, the term is still not widely understood. With the advent of globalization, the knowledge economy, and, in particular, the formulation of the World Bank’s «knowledge for development» strategy and the UNDP’s «creative economy», development issues have become a central part of education and education has become central to development. It is time to reassess the standard development education paradigm and to investigate the possibilities that take into account emerging trends. The New Development Paradigm, written by international authorities, focuses on three related themes: education, the knowledge economy and openness; social networking, new media and social entrepreneurship in education; and technology, innovation and participatory networks.

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a_fm_t1b 10/4/2013 2:13 PM Page v 6. Mobilization Systems: Technologies for Motivating 115 and Coordinating Human Action Francis Heylighen, Iavor Kostov, & Mixel Kiemen 7. Reconceptualizing Business Education for Knowledge Work: 145 Comparing Corporate Cults and Highly Effective Organizations Lauren Smith, Bernard McKenna, & David Rooney 8. Beautiful Minds and Ugly Buildings: Object Creation, 161 Digital Production, and the Research University—Reflections on the Aesthetic Ecology of the Mind Peter Murphy 9. Open Learning, Open Assessment? Learning, Assessment, 177 and Certification in a Global Education Competition Harry Torrance 10. Web 2.0 and the Transformation of Education 194 Leonard J. Waks 11. Mass Localism 213 Yong Zhao 12. Digital Technologies in the Age of YouTube: Electronic 226 Textualities, the Virtual Revolution, and the Democratization of Knowledge Michael A. Peters & Peter Fitzsimons 13. A New Blend of Learning and the Role of Video 243 Michelle Selinger & Richard E.J. Jones 14. Toward the Multi-Vocal University 264 Ronald Barnett Postscript: Open Development, Creative Development, 279 and Digital Future Michael A. Peters VI | CONTENTS a_fm_t1b 10/4/2013 2:13 PM Page vi

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