ReCivilization | Aug 2, 2012 | 53:25

Turning the media inside out - Episode 1

Host Don Tapscott looks at the media and how the industrial-age model of mass production is giving way to new, collaborative citizen journalism enabled by the web - anyone can be a publisher or a broadcaster and traditional media is being forced to adapt.

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ReCivilization - Open-Source Knowledge - Episode 2Aug 2, 2012 | 53:25ReCivilization Open-Source Knowledge - Episode 2 Audio
ReCivilization Open-Source Knowledge - Episode 2 Aug 2, 2012 | 53:25Don Tapscott looks at the transformation of education and science, and how the sharing of knowledge is moving from the industrial-age model of a one-way broadcast from teacher to student to collaborative, discovery-driven learning, enabled by the web. He also examines a new model for science that favours open data over isolated, patent-driven research.
ReCivilization - Turning the media inside out - Episode 1Aug 2, 2012 | 53:25ReCivilization Turning the media inside out - Episode 1 Audio
ReCivilization Turning the media inside out - Episode 1 Aug 2, 2012 | 53:25Host Don Tapscott looks at the media and how the industrial-age model of mass production is giving way to new, collaborative citizen journalism enabled by the web - anyone can be a publisher or a broadcaster and traditional media is being forced to adapt.

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