Text topic: Digital Media Technologies
Text author: Јадранка Божић
Personal computers, mobile phones, iPod, iPhone, e-book, the Internet, Skype, online shopping and learning – these are just some of the unavoidable elements of modern life. However, the breakthroughs in technology that have changed the world have somehow left the educational system unchanged, creating a huge gap between learning and teaching in schools and ways of acquiring knowledge in everyday life. Regardless of the global technology and information infrastructure, information society will not be transformed into a knowledge society until each individual is qualified to select, organize, transfer and use information in a creative and socially responsible manner. Ideas of Alain Badiou and Jacques Rancière are analyzed in the context of philosophy of education.