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Learning networks are a complex interaction between structures and activities. Each of the key features has a role to play and, like any complex system, the ways in which they combine and interact are innumerable and cannot be predicted in … Continue reading
Read This compendium of networks in the field of ICT in education aims at providing stakeholders with a reference, to encourage international and global exchanges and knowledge sharing between organisations sharing similar missions. It identifies the networks active in … Continue reading
davecormier | September 11, 2010 This is a video draft from 9 points of notes to get our video process started. Comments here will impact version 2.
wdrexler | November 26, 2008 The Networked Student was inspired by CCK08, a Connectivism course offered by George Siemens and Stephen Downes during fall 2008. It depicts an actual project completed by Wendy Drexler’s high school students. The Networked Student … Continue reading
skipvia | June 10, 2010 Why educators should consider creating and participating in a personal learning network.
mlbourgeois | January 25, 2009 A presentation by Michelle Bourgeois, Colleen Glaude, and Katie Morrow at FETC 2009
OurSocialVoice | June 27, 2010 A short description of how to start a PLN
A virtual Community of Practice (CoP) is a network of individuals who share a domain of interest about which they communicate online. The practitioners share resources (for example experiences, problems and solutions, tools, methodologies). Such communication results in the improvement … Continue reading