2019
DOI: 10.15845/noril.v11i1.2773 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: KEYNOTE SPEECH. The world of today may be viewed as networked, both socially and technologically, with characteristics such as globalization, mobility of people across contexts, bottom-up user involvement, interweaving of physical and virtual contexts, and general pervasiveness of ICT.  In her talk, Nina analyzes the competence demands which are posed on citizens in a networked world. She argues for a view of knowledge as a unity of experiential, practical, and propositional aspects, realized concr… Show more

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