Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - By Ben Westermann-Clark - No comments
For anyone who doesn't know, TED-Ed is a relatively recent new endeavor from the folks behind the infamous TED talks. Branching off from the ethos of "Ideas Worth Sharing," TED-Ed features educators, thought-leaders, futurists, and others take under a slightly different motif: "Lessons Worth Sharing."
With his talk Four principles for the open world, venerable speaker and bestselling author Don Tapscott discusses how a generation born into a technological world are and will make the environments in which they live more transparent, agile, and better for everyone.
Check out the talk below, complete with a flattering mention of yours truly.
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