ABSTRACT. Peters focuses on the development of the knowledge, learning and digital economies, the culture-bound nature of symbolic functions, and the ethic of participation, collaboration and file-sharing characterizing the rise of social media. Peters’s analysis complements the growing literature on new transnational academic communities in global knowledge ecologies, the transformation of traditional modes of teaching and learning, and the marketization of knowledge futures. pp. 127–133

Keywords: participation, collaboration, knowledge, university, ecology, openness

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