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Learning in communities

The abundance of information we are confronted with in the digital age, the diminishing half-life of knowledge and the new possibilities to connect, communicate and collaborate have an impact on what we need to know and how we learn. 576 more words

Open Networked Learning

Stranger Things, Season 1 in Graphs

This week in the #EL30 course with Stephen Downes, we are looking at graphs.

First, two passages from his recent draft monograph on graphs. 202 more words

Scholarship In Public

How to improve my own learning? (part 1)

Over the past few months, I have grown fairly obsessed with the idea of improving and structuring the way I process, store and make use of information found both online and offline. 1,360 more words

Informal Learning

What is uniquely human?

In this first week of the E-Learning 3.0 MOOC, Stephen Downes has shared a video introduction to the course (see https://el30.mooc.ca/course_activity_centre.htm ) and also recorded a video of a conversation he had with George Siemens. 563 more words


Adult 640 #18: In search of cognitive tissue

In an e-Learning course, one would expect to engage and fully support all things technology.  Digital culture, as the three (3) readings for this week suggest, has participated in the good, the bad and the ugly side of education and adult learning.  1,301 more words


Reflecting on Networks

In my last post, I put up a mind map of the networks I interact with on a daily basis that aid in my learning and growth. 367 more words

Connectivism: Mapping My Learning Connections

 Reflection of My Connections:

Connectivism is the increased access and widespread learning networks created by new technologies (Laureate Education, n.d.). Personally, connectvism has expanded my learning tremendously. 372 more words