Archives for November 2010

#PLENK2010 Asynchronous Participation

For me, asynchronous participation is probably the single greatest affordance of networked learning, because it offers a unique combination of features that were previously never possible simultaneously: slow reflection like when reading a book, and quick reactivity, almost like in oral exchanges. In Plenk, there were different options available. Read more…

21 November 2010 | PLENK2010 | 3 Comments

#PLENK2010 Growing knowledge with PIM

I don’t duck out of the inevitable D-I-K (-W) definition started in the forums. But more interesting than a single definition of knowledge, are the new distinctions of knowledge types that are afforded by connectivist notions, and the distinct usages of the terms. So, managing/ dealing with/ traversing pieces of information might well be called knowledge management because it generates or grows knowledge. Read more…

4 November 2010 | PLENK2010 | 1 Comment

#PLENK2010 Connectivist PKM environments

I think the biggest problem for connectivist PKM environments is the omnipresent incline towards premature pigeonholing of stuff into folders. The relational structure is still the step-brother of the hierarchical structure, because it still lacks the visual modality. Read more…

3 November 2010 | PLENK2010 | No Comments

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