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Stephen Heppell on 21st-century learning

Learning is in a state of transformation this century. Schools, businesses, community and cultural centres, universities and libraries worldwide are addressing online and onsite strategies for learning. Virtual and physical spaces are now equally important for meaningful learning. Educators, researchers, parents and young people share the power to make it happen.

Stephen Heppell is a consultant to governments and industry, a board member of TeachersTV and the founder of Ultralab. He has been at the forefront of pioneering online learning projects such as learnometer and Notschool.net, and has been described as one of 'the most influential academics of recent years in the field of technology and education'.

This lecture was held at the State Library of Victoria on 10 November 2008.