Category Archives: open learning

Where are you taking me? Thinking about the politics of network

The transcript of ‘Learning Networks, Not Teaching Machines’, a keynote delivered at EDEN 2015 in Barcelona by Audrey Watters in 2015, is a good read for anyone interested in networked learning, media-enhanced learning, and the use of social media for … Continue reading

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Invitation to the Revolution! Subversion! Collusion! #uogapt #vortexspace

On Tuesday we will invent a new world inspired by Vorticists and Dynamism. We will explore ‘Studio for All!’ by deconstructing what we know about learning spaces and reconstructing a connected hybrid learning space. Wherever you are I invite you … Continue reading

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Come to the event formerly known as Prince – or #bleetchat

Apologies for the title – knowing what to call this post sums up much of what I want to capture here following one of those Twitter excursions where an indeterminate number (but including @digisim @DonnaLanclos @Lawrie @alexgspiers @JefferyKeefer) discussed our interest … Continue reading

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Learning is not about enclosures

In tonight’s #LTHEchat on Learning Spaces (8pm-9pm UK at #LTHEchat) I argue that the richest learning space is that which is defined by the learner as they navigate across and between spaces. Learning comes from making connections: to people, ideas, and experiences. … Continue reading

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Here is the Storify from our #SEDAConf #SEDA_NETS physical-digital tweetchat. Thanks to all who took part. View the story “From Conundrum to Collaboration, Conversation to Connection: using Networks to Innovate” on Storify

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