Context Magazine — The Wealth of Notions

Context Magazine — The Wealth of Notions. Quote: “When printing came in, everybody said we wouldn’t have to remember anything anymore because we had these cheap things called books. When I went to school, it had just stopped making Greek mandatory, and there was an outcry among parents. They said their children’s brains would turn to porridge.”

Comment: James Burke and Arthur Moella on innovation, via elearningpost [Serious Instructional Technology]

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