There is no review, and the available materials are not short. You can freely access lots of literature information that is not permitted in school libraries. For example, Hitler's Mein Kampf has no whereabouts in the "political" shelf part of most places. But it outlines his political ideology and German plan and has the right adjacent to other text like simple text. It has plenty of valuable direct evidence that students can use them for reporting or as part of another piece of information to help expand their thoughts.
The general way to gain knowledge is to receive formal education, read books, listen to lectures and learn from others. We are gathered and filled with information conveyed. There is very high possibility of obtaining so much knowledge, but there is no real experience or personal wisdom. Learning in books is highly valued in our culture, but the ability to memorize information and wisdom repetitively far is excluded, there is little effect on motivating others and transforming it. Instead of reading 100 books, people can learn more from silence of one hour and inner revelation!
Formal education has always been considered the driving force of the knowledge economy. However, regular education is very concentrated, the eligibility criteria are very different, and there is no tool for quickly confirming that students are actually achieving the required level of knowledge. The system is also compromised by high tuition fees, reputation bias and reliance on paper qualifications. Knowledge.io rewards and evaluates knowledge. Anyone with any domain knowledge can share, show, and benefit from it. The global e-learning industry in 2015 is estimated at 107 billion dollars, and is projected to grow to 325 billion dollars by 2025. The purpose of Knowledge Coin is to account for the majority of this growth industry, as block chain technology is inevitably introduced into every online activity that needs to be paid over the next few years.
Non-formal education is non-systematic learning and educational activities conducted outside traditional organizations and institutions. Unlike regular education, non-formal education is an unstructured educational system. Examples of informal education include post-school programs, community organizations, museums, libraries, or families. The goals of regular education and non-formal education are similar, but the method is different. (Abraham, 2010). Learning has an emphasis on mastery of knowledge and skills, but the way to learn is different.