The subject of the book is what we see on the horizon of our time, reflecting on knowledge and what is new in it. It is a “New Knowledge”, which takes its particular shape on the cast of a world in continuous metamorphosis, innervated by technologies, wrapped in networks. The man who works, the man who learns, the man who seeks is immersed every day in a multifaceted, kaleidoscopic reality, with facets that change almost at every clock beat. This was the focus of the authors, treating a variety of scenarios belonging to the man of the third millennium and highlighting the digital tools and skills that are needed to better learn, collaborate and know. A journey to scan the horizon to understand a future that comes quickly and surprisingly.
University of Florence, Italy
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