Connectivism works for me.
I have a small number of aggregation tools that help me stay connected each day.
These tools link me to remarkably creative and insightful people.
Whilst on the road in England this week I have been:
- Trying to follow a Digital Curation open course on Curatr. This is a Vimeo introduction to the platform.
- Thinking about Jane Hart’s ideas about the role of Workplace Learnng Advisor and the benefits of web residency.
- Reflecting on my first attempt to facilitate a bring your own device workshop and luxuriating in the approach taken at BYOD4L.
- Admiring the way information about the Sports Analytics Summit is shared online.
Earlier this morning a post by Steve Wheeler took me to David Kelly’s blog. I think David’s dedication to curating and sharing backchannel information is exemplary.
I am not able to attend the Analytics Summit but can imagine how powerful resources from the Summit can be when curated and shared openly.
Connectivism does work for me practically and as a wonderful stimulus to imagining open learning.