In this paper, we review the phenomena and processes which, when viewed together, indicate the birth of a new education paradigm for students in higher education. Our approach to learning in particular is changed by digital tools. Our thinking process and learning methods are subject to development. This paper, while making references to this development, analyses the interactions between typical and atypical learning, in other words, formal and informal learning. It also explains the most important characteristics of the new education paradigm, which we symbolically call „Version 2.0” when addressing the new generation. When analysing these changes, we should review and interpret the most important participants and their roles (students and the teachers supporting them), old routines and future expectations and the new ICT solutions and their increasing role in supporting learning.