The Hyperconnected Life

According to Teens and Technology 2013, a report by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, millennials are likely to benefit and suffer from their hyperconnected lives. Interesting to note how the impact of hyperconnectivity is a double-edged sword, especially on the anticipated ‘most desired life skills by 2020.’

How might an honors education – as distinct from a non-honors education – help to optimize the impacts of hyperconnectivity on life skills?

For a discussion of this and much more, browse the blog of this spring’s Honors colloquium on The Web’s Impact on our Mind & Future.

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