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Commentary by x28 (Matthias Melcher)
on , Jan 26, 2012.
> "I can see the initial attraction of the idea of Connectivism but I have yet to understand how it differs"
The idea of connectivism that knowledge lies in connections, is hard to understand if one has in mind only some sorts of connections. You seem to think predominantly of HIERARCHICAL connections between the concepts or blog posts when you advocate for a "structured" way,
("I think it would be an excellent place for co-learners to aggregate links to articles and resources, discuss them in an ordered and structured way.")
or maybe LINEAR connections when you advocate an "ordered" way?
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