Invisible Learning is a book co written by Cristobal Cobo [Oxford Internet Institute] and John Moravec [University of Minnesota], as a result of several years of research, in which the authors propose a remixing of innovative learning paradigms and human capital development.
You can download the book at http://www.invisiblelearning.com/download
This work analyzes the impact of technological advances and changes in formal, non-formal, and informal education –and the meta-spaces in between. The product is journey that offers the reader an overview of options for the future development of education that is relevant for this century.
Invisible Learning examines current theories and trends, as well as international experiences and technological developments that promote sustainable innovation in education.
The book provides an extensive bibliography, a comprehensive glossary, and other digital resources, including a collection of research and various case studies which reveal issues such as: new theories and ideas in education; challenges for 21st century educational institutions; policy recommendations; new flows of innovation; peer-based learning; informal education; and, the use of open and collaborative technologie.
This work, published in 2011, is edited by Laboratori de Mitjans Interactius (University of Barcelona) with additional support from the International University of Andalucía.
ISBN of the Spanish electronic edition: 978-84-475-3517-0
ISBN of the Spanish paper edition: 978-84-475-3518-7