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CCK12 Daily Newsletter

February 8, 2012

Facilitator Posts

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Participants' Blog Posts

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#Change11 #CCK12 Value of MOOC and Purpose of Education
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
Recent advances in courses have led to a new debate on the value of MOOC and purpose of education. Value of MOOC I think the value of MOOC is that participants could take the opportunities in sharing their thoughts and … Continue reading → [Link] Wed, 08 Feb 2012 12:43:06 +0000 [Comment]

Week 3: Circles of participation
Matt Bury, Change MOOC #CCK12 » Matt Bury
I’ve been thinking about the way in which individuals tend to participate in large learning communities and communities of practice (Wenger). I participate actively in professional online communities of practice (CoP), usually in the form of internet discussion boards both for software development, and learning and teaching theory and practice. Usually, small numbers of members [...] [Link] Wed, 08 Feb 2012 04:24:21 +0000 [Comment]

Week 3: David Weinberger on Too big to know
Matt Bury, Change MOOC #CCK12 » Matt Bury
Noted author David Weinberger discusses topics from his new book, Too Big to Know: Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren’t the Facts, Experts Are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room Is the Room. (Basic Books), January 25, 2012, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, NYC… View Larger Map Cory Doctorow has written a [...] [Link] Wed, 08 Feb 2012 02:42:21 +0000 [Comment]

Project investigation
brux, CCK12 Brux
I am thinking a lot about Alcoholic Anonymous websites. Yes they exist. No they are not interactive - and no they are probably not connective for learning purposes. The question [Link] 2012-02-07T11:07:00.000-08:00 [Comment]

my notes on 'too big to know'
francesca, MyBLOG on TEL
Listening to David Weinberger's presentationTraditionally knowledge has been stored in papers & books. This is 's unnatural, it is impossible to scale it. Ask an expert ->STOP!According to this view, you know something when you have settled concepts, ideas, when you are able to categorize a notion and locate it within a framework of other related notions.Now we have got a new medium: Internet, which is connective.Properties of Internet (and consequently of knowledge):- .... [Link] Tue, 07 Feb 2012 15:05:00 +0000 [Comment]

La naturaleza cambiante del conocimiento #cck12
Gabriel Bunster, Conversando de Conectivismo
Por miles de años el conocimiento residía en los libros. Este fue el vehículo del conocimiento. A través de ellos se comunicaba; a través de ellos se preservaba.El autor del libro despliega un hilo temático secuencial, bien acomodada una cosa con la otra, incluyendo todo lo relevante para el argumento o conocimiento que se quiere entregar. Todo estaba ahí, en el papel, en el objeto bien delimitado, libro. Una entrega con un principio, un hilo conductor y un fin.Hay un tema además con .... [Link] 2012-02-07T12:38:00.003-03:00 [Comment]

New Discussion Threads

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Discussion Board

For those of you who prefer the discussion board format, a CCK12 discussion board has been set up. In this section comments made to that board are posted (in truncated form).

Diigo Posts

This section contains items posted in the last 24 hours to the Connectivism & Connective Knowledge 2012 Diigo group.

Future Shock (1972) 1/5 - YouTube
Diigo, Best content in CCK 12 | Diigo - Groups


Tags: connectivism, Toffler, Future Shock

by: Diethild Starkmeth

[Link] Tue, 07 Feb 2012 23:53:18 -0000 [Comment]

The Difference Between Online Knowledge and Truly Open Knowledge - C.W. Anderson - Technology - The Atlantic
Diigo, Best content in CCK 12 | Diigo - Groups

Tags: connectivism

by: gsiemens

[Link] Tue, 07 Feb 2012 17:15:08 -0000 [Comment]

Twitter Posts

If you use the CCK12 tag on Twitter, your Twitter posts will be collected and listed here.

@brambruggeman (Bram Bruggeman) tweeted: RT @bugaychuk: Educational Technology and Life » Blog Archive » Personal Learning Networks for Educators: 10 Tips - http://t.co/4d10uxYR #UkrEl11 #cck12 2012-02-07T17:11:15Z

@brambruggeman (Bram Bruggeman) tweeted: RT @VolkmarLa: Interessting in MOOCs? You are invited to contribute: The MOOC Guide | @scoopit http://t.co/EVdfVgLN #MOOC #change11 #opco12 #cck12 2012-02-07T16:38:10Z

@brambruggeman (Bram Bruggeman) tweeted: Facebook or Twitter. Which one would you use? http://t.co/JBwinbtY #change11 2012-02-07T16:05:36Z

@brambruggeman (Bram Bruggeman) tweeted: @ryantracey wp.me/pf1R0-M8 Got the version that says Connectivism is a phenomenon? http://t.co/0nUQL0HY ;) @downes #cck12 #connectivism 2012-02-07T15:55:42Z

@brambruggeman (Bram Bruggeman) tweeted: RT @qadmon: Ya se encuentra disponible mi traducción al Español de "Una introducción al conocimiento conectivo" de @Downes: http://t.co/A5OQ8Q0G #CCK12 2012-02-07T18:10:15Z