Serendipity in a Digital World
Created by Clare Thomson as part of the Digital Futures course for the MSc in Digital Education, this resource explores the concept of Serendipity in a Digital World. Looking at the rise of algorithms, control online and how this can affect experiences of serendipity and exploration, open and closed spaces online, and how to balance, maintain, and encourage connections.
The resource has been created primarily for education professionals and Masters-level students working in fields such as digital education, learning technology, digital futures, and e-learning.
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This work by Clare Thomson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0) licence.
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