Homo Zappiens and the Need for New Education Systems

@inproceedings{Veen2007HomoZA,
  title={Homo Zappiens and the Need for New Education Systems},
  author={Wim Veen},
  year={2007}
}
Introduction Future students in higher education belong to a generation that has grown up with a PC mouse in their hands, a TV remote control, a mobile phone, an i-Pod, a PDA, and other electronic devices for communication and entertainment. Technology has changed dramatically the way nowadays’ children live, computer games, the Internet, MSN, wiki’s, and blogs being an integral part of their lives. Today, the average college students in the USA have spent less than 5,000 hours of their lives… CONTINUE READING

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