Living in the Information Age

Living in the Information Age

Vartan Gregorian

Streaming Video - 2005
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It has been calculated that the available knowledge in the world doubles every 5 years; we are increasing our store of knowledge much faster than we are learning how to retrieve and use it. What is the danger of intellectual gridlock when the mind is jammed thinking about such questions? In this program with Bill Moyers, Brown University President Vartan Gregorian shares his views on the information age. Education must show a direct connection between this information and life, Gregorian says.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2005], c1988
Alternative Title: Vartan Gregorian


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