BCERAC provincial learning commons will offer the features needed for students and teachers to access top quality digital content to support the curriculum and meet the needs of the 21st Century learner.
Here’s an eight minute video showing their vision for the future.

But it is apparent that access to quality learning/teaching resources is not really the focus with the new provincial learning commons. But rather it is the stark recognition that blending social media and traditional methods of research and inquiry-based learning are essential components to learning in the twenty-first century; this appears to be the driving factor.
Feel free to send feedback to the folks at BCERAC. The vision appears to be in gear, with the infrastructure (the ‘how’) being the need-to-commit step in this process.

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