During this keynote address at Internet Librarians Conference in Monterey, California 18 October, 2011 John Seely Brown speaks of the value of Knowing, Making and Playing as learning and knowledge in today’s world world. ‘Learning how to learn’, he says, is no longer adequate as we have moved to an environment that requires new dispositions for learning. The participatory culture in which we all engage requires the skills of an Entrepreneurial Learner – skills that cannot be taught but are learnt through participating.
John Seely Brown’s Dispositions for an Entrepreneurial Learner are:
- Curiousity – pulling information on demand
- Questing – seeking, uncovering, probing
- Connecting – listening to others, engaging