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Benkler and Hawken Reunited

A while back I briefly mentioned Yochai Benkler’s The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom and Paul Hawken’s Blessed Unrest: How the Largest Movement in the World

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OER Continued

Right around the time of my critique of Andrew Keen’s article in Associations Now last week I received notice from the Development Gateway of its new OER Introduction Booklet.  This seemed like

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Pictures That Help Us Learn

I was putting together a presentation on social media and online learning recently and in doing so, wanted to come up with an example of how photo sharing might be used to support educational activity.

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Blog Action Day, 43 Things, and Personal Learning

As noted in an earlier posting, today is Blog Action Day, a day when bloggers all around the world will write about the environment. The point is to increase awareness, cultivate involvement, and raise

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Happiness is an Exercise

It’s Friday, are you happy? Can you learn to be happier? Try out a couple of exercises suggested at Life Two and find out. (Life Two is a destination for those of us who are middle-aged, but I think

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E-Collaboration Experiences: A Collection of Stories

Moodle, TeamSpeak, PBwiki, and a range of other tools are highlighted in a new collection of stories about e-collaboration experiences from IICD and PSO. But first: Blog Spottings and other News My posting

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Bornstein, Kawasaki, Changing the World

Last week Guy Kawasaki did a brief interview with David Bornstein, who has recently updated his book How to Change the World: Social Entrepreneurs and the Power of New Ideas. Given that my previous posting

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OER – Open Educational Resources

The catalyst for this particular post is the recent launch by Creative Commons of ccLearn, a division of Creative Commons, “dedicated to realizing the full potential of the Internet to support open

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