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I've been a long-term subscriber to IRRODL - and their current issue deals with some great-sounding topics germane to connected learning and discourse. Here are the titles of the papers
|Interconnecting networks of practice for professional learning|
|Julie Mackey, Terry Evans|
|The challenges to connectivist learning on open online networks: Le...|
|Emergent learning and learning ecologies in Web 2.0|
|Roy Williams, Regina Karousou, Jenny Mackness|
|EduCamp Colombia: Social networked learning for teacher training|
|Diego Ernesto Leal Fonseca|
|Three generations of distance education pedagogy|
|Terry Anderson, Jon Dron|
|Connectivism: Its place in theory-informed research and innovation ...|
|Frameworks for understanding the nature of interactions, networking...|
Grainne Conole, Rebecca Galley, Juliette Culver
|Dialogue and connectivism: A new approach to understanding and prom...|
|Proposing an integrated research framework for connectivism: Utilis...|
RRODL? The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. Worth tuning into from time to time.
Ian, thanks for links to articles about connectivist thinking. Here's a related TEDtalk by George Siemens which got my attention last year and continues to energize my thinking:
OMG... gasp... you have found a wealth of important resources; I am completely overwhelmed, in awe of all there is to learn... Thank you so much!!! Any particular favorite in the bunch?
I just passed the message on! I haven't a favourite, because I haven't read the issue (but see Laura, above.) I do however commend IRRODL as a generally impressive and important source of on-line, distance, and so occassionally social media learning.