We as human beings are curious creatures. We want to keep learning, sharing, collaborating and exploring to keep pushing the limits of the learning. The expansion of exploring new things and mediums is even unknown to us. The diversity of our learning as a human being transcends beyond subjects and established routines of curricula through various arts embedded in the cultural fabric of our society. These arts are a signifier of how for generations above and beyond we have gotten together, developed communities that have grown into diverse knowledge bodies. We seek to thrive in these communities, learn, inspect, Inquire and pursue mastery in these mediums.How does this learning happen? What is the history of this learning and how has it evolved today? In today’s global age how has media evolved to aid learning processes and what are the pros and cons associated with these changes. Learning and exploring can happen through various media, through different technologies, friends, universities and various kind of experiences that we go through. Today, there is a massive shift towards online media and it does provide immense access to information it also bears the risk of all that information failing to build a nuanced and synthesised understanding of the subject that we are trying to learn. The scalability of online home buying is indefinite and brings with it one major problem - the depersonalisation of the learning experience.
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