Posts Tagged social media courses

What’s new now

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PLNs the Easy Way

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A Terrific Resource

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Scaling trust at speed

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What will the “education opportunity” mean for learning?

Collect around the web and social media sites elements to tell your stories

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Massive Interest in On-line Courses reveals pent-up demand for learning

All the recent attention over on-line learning reflects a demand for learning disassociated from formal credentialing. It’s an important move, and unleashed opportunity across a spectrum of platform and intellectual content provision. [View the story "Massive On-line Courses-Pent up demand for learning" on Storify] Massive On-line Courses-Pent up demand for learning Storified by Joe Raimondo · Sun, Nov 04 2012 04:35:31 All the recent attention over on-line learning reflects a demand for learning disassociated from formal credentialing. It’s an important move, and unleashed opportunity across a spectrum of platform and intellectual content provision. Massive Open Online Courses Are Multiplying at […]

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Toward a literacy of conviviality

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Where does curation sit in e-learning?

See on Scoop.it – Carrier Signal Where does curation sit in all of this? Whilst blogging implies creating content or self-publishing, curation is aggregating content by one person for others – going out with a broom to sweep autum… See on mymindbursts.com

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Cultivating the Entrepreneurial Learner in the 21st Century

Rich and insightful perspective from the redoubtable JSB. DML2012 John Seely Brown Keynote from DML Research Hub on Vimeo.

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Do You Have the ‘Internet-Addiction Gene’?

See on Scoop.it – Crap Detection A well-written deconstruction of the bullshit moral panic around “Internet addiction research.” — Howard   “”German scientists find ‘internet-addiction gene’,” said a headline on a German news site last week. Another site reported that scientists have “nailed down the gene responsible for internet addiction.” Is it true? No, but its falseness is interesting for what it says both about the nature of our addictions and about how scientific researchers sometimes help journalists sensationalize research.” See on www.theatlantic.com

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