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PAPER SUBMITTED TO ICEM 2009
The paper reports on the underlying principles of a philosophical study on the structure and organization of the system of information and social knowledge in learning environments based on digital and electronic communication. It calls for a reconsideration of our views in dealing with the application of information communication technologies and it provides the theoretical background towards the development of an analytical model for information and knowledge in digital and electronic learning environments. The paper reports on the primary hypotheses established to support a series of theoretical approximations on the structure and organization of information, on the new dimensions of [hyper] reality and on the fractalization of social knowledge. The proposed model of Infogramic Analysis aims to advance our understanding of how learning occurs in digital communication and of how information communication technologies in digital and electronic communication based learning environments re-organize our representations and ‘realities’ of the world within and around us, and consequently dictate and influence decisions of social action.
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