There was a time when school was the place for learning. Thirty-five years ago—when I was a young girl—children went to schools where the curriculum included such basic subjects as mathematics, reading, writing, and music and the forums available to us consisted of text books, encyclopedias, and newspapers.
The global introduction to the personal computer (PC)—as early as the mid 1980’s—gave us
learning and education
delivered, and used in learning institutions, business, and society. Organizations and institutions are using newer channels for delivering these learning experiences through such means as on-line learning, learning on-demand (anyplace/anytime scenarios), virtual classrooms, and more. Mediums for Learning—Old and New As humans, we all learn differently. Many of us use the visual (spatial) learning style (associating imagery while learning), while others may use the physical learning style (hands-on