Students’ ability to access information concerning course subjects is now easier than it ever was in the past. Students no longer are bound to only receive information directly from instructors, but are now able and encouraged to draw knowledge from multiple sources available to them, creating an all-encompassing path to new information. The capability of socializing between peers has become an integral part of the learning environment and is a great tool for furthering academic pursuits.
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How Are Students’ Roles Changing in the New Economy of Information? | MindShift
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