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A sense of wonder and discovery: in support of methodological pluralism

Introduction I have been thinking a lot about methodological pluralism recently. This is, in part, in response to the remarkable virtuosity that is now evident in...

A Souq-Like SOOC

There has been a lot of discussion recently about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). I am grateful to Stephen Downes' OLDaily and George Siemens for...

Treasure Trove

Introduction Last week was another treasure trove week for me. It started with my daughter Beth's first blog post and concluded with news of Massive...

Working Together

Last year I wrote a large number of posts about personal learning. Towards the end of the year I started to think about how...

Edging to Open Learning in Open Spaces

Last week I had the opportunity to visit Ballarat to discuss Edgeless Challenges and Opportunities. I have been thinking a great deal about learning...

Association, Aggregation and Acknowledgement

Introduction In the last year I have been exploring how a connectivist approach to sharing information might support the flourishing of digital communities of practice...

Open Access and Sharing

Yesterday I posted news of the publication of the Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium of Computer Science in Sport. When I checked my WordPress...

Vicarious Learning and Reciprocal Altruism

I follow 257 people on Twitter and am moving towards 500 tweets. Whenever I access Twitter I find a treasure trove of links and...

Immigrants, Natives and Wayfinders

It has been another wonderfully busy week at the University of Canberra. There have been some great discussions about teaching and learning. I have...

CCK09: Spring in the Air … and air in my tyres

Last year I was delighted to be involved in CCK08. Without being too dramatic the course transformed my life! At the time I was working...