In a traditional definition of learning, we had this idea that learning had to be legitimate in terms of some authoritative source, in a fixed curriculum, in a fixed body of knowledge, in a fixed source. Go to the library. Go to the encyclopedia in a single classroom, in a single school, in a single building. The transformation that’s taking place now is that the sources of learning are everywhere. That is, knowledge is readily available through digital means from many, many possible sources.
The level at which you can engage in learning is now more dependent on what you’re interested in learning than someone else’s prescribed idea about where you should be in the learning process. There are multiple sources, multiple points of access, and much more flexibility in access to content and to knowledge.