On the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, the relationship between the imaginary world and the real world becomes more and more evocative. One can easily recognize such relationship in the changing circumstances in society and technology, in the omnipresent and pervasive reference to robots and androids that perform more and more complex activities. It is from here that the opportunity of discovering dynamic links between Giordano Bruno’s thinking and the plays of the English playwright arises. The Tempest, the last play entirely written by Shakespeare, provides the opportunity for re-considering the importance of the character on the stage in relation to the story, as well as the great power of the human mind.
On such anniversary, the attention of Formamente is not diverted from the scientific objectives of the journal that, once more, wants to highlight the great potential of new technologies as regards the exploration of a plurality of worlds on the part of a student placed at the center of the stage in the learning process that is nowadays known as “student centered learning”, the philosopher’s stone of teaching to which such modern technologies draw us closer and closer.
In this respect, in the Research section, an analysis model based on the Big Data approach shows the complexity of thinking systems that the use of PC’s achieves between students and teachers in personalized workshops.
The Highlight section of this issue of Formamente provides an overview of the topics of the forthcoming GUIDE Conference to be held in Orlando in February 2017. The Highlight section includes also information about “Career Day – Future Job 4.0”, a project aimed at offering students cross-curricular training so that they can compete successfully in the labor market both at the national and at the international level. In addition, the Highlight section provides a detailed review of the convention “Crisi delle concezioni tradizionali delle varie discipline giuridiche” (“Crisis of Traditional Legal Concepts”) promoted by the Department of Legal and Political Sciences of Marconi University in April 2016.

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