“It’s time again to re-examine what we learn, how we learn it,
when we learn, where we learn and even ask the question why we learn.
Our everyday life is linked to technologies, which gives us access to zettabytes of information at any moment, can connect us to virtually everyone on earth and is becoming increasingly more intelligent.”
In this research lab, students from all disciplines were invited to create future visions of our learning process, where learning can be done everywhere and in many ways.
Even though policy makers and thinkers have laid out future goals such as life long learning or transnational learning; art forms are indispensable to help us imagine what learning could look like.”
The Future Learning lab made links between diverse specialisms and perspectives via field trips and workshops with designers. The group visited researchers and technology institutes working in the field of neurology, artificial intelligence, interactive gaming, robotics and EduTech.
This research lab was a unique partnership between the Interactive Media Design, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, the Creative Industries Fund NL, and the Dutch Study Center for Technology Trends (STT).