The categories described in this chapter are emergent; thus the examples presented are illustrative rather than exhaustive. As adults, much learning occurs non-formally though tutorials, continuing education, or classes offered through organizations or social groups. Informal learning is self-directed and learner-centered, making it more meaningful and relevant to individual goals and drives. The majority of adult's report informal learning related to work, although there appears to be a challenge in making the distinction between formal and informal learning. Livingstone has studied Canadian adult's informal learning over several decades and found that the amount and the extent of informal learning in adults vary by the intent of the learning. The National Leadership Council recommended that the power of new technologies be harnessed in order to give all students extensive experience in research, experimentation, problem-based learning. Community-building digital story telling (DST) tends to focus on Story Circles as either a venue for community sharing in general or to form bonds through events.