In knowledge-based economies, access to information and knowledge (C3) is necessary but no longer sufficient.
We believe that education technology and digital pedagogies enable (C6) new forms of open, scalable capacity building (C4) through e-learning (C7).
These new technologies are key to the future of work (C7), sustaining global health achievement and continued progress (C7). They offer the key to connect every citizen to a global community while retaining, strengthening, and celrbating diveristy and identity (C8).
Finally, new forms of education pose new ethical questions (C10) and call for international cooperation (C11) linking stakeholders from education, government, and industry called to collaborate in new ways to do new things needed to build a sustainable future.