How is the future development of the Internet going to affect how we learn and teach?
The question might seem trivial to those of you who never heard about the 'semantic web', which is going to drive us from Web 2.0 (building interactiveness on the web, which is basically what social media is currently doing) into Web 3.0 (where the Internet will 'know' what your are and what you want, and pro-actively serve it to you). In a way, Web 3.0 will act much more like a human brain, putting things in relation with each other without human having to tell it to build these relations... This might sound like science fiction, but if you're interested in the subject you should spend 15 minutes on the video beneath, it is quite revealing.
But how would this affect education? According to a recent blog post on onlineuniversities.com, it would enable the curriculum to be built on each person's specific knowledge and needs -a customized learning experience:
For a good introduction to the 'semantic web', it's well worth spending 15 minutes with the video beneath: