The Half-Life of Knowledge and Structural Reform of the Education Sector for the Global Knowledge-Based Economy Posted by Doug Belshaw On January 26, 2007 In Everything Else No comments ? I’ve just come across this article which I think probably deserves a closer look: P.T. Knight? (1997) The Half-Life of Knowledge and Structural Reform of the Education Sector for the Global Knowledge-Based Economy Possibly related posts:A day in the library at the University of DurhamAnother definition of literacyKnowledge Management in EducationPapert on Why School Reform is ImpossibleReferences from ‘Reclaiming Knowledge’References from ‘Knowing Knowledge’Research MethodologiesIlana SnyderReferences from ‘Schools and the Changing World’Articles on technology and the future of educationZemanta Tags:Ed.D.New LiteraciesreferencesResearch Tweet Doug Belshaw Dr. Doug Belshaw is Badges & Skills Lead at the Mozilla Foundation and into open everything. Main interests? Digital/Web Literacies and Open Badges.