Tag Archives: Gender

Cultural differences in social learning spaces: exploring difference

A world without barriers: that’s what the internet brings us. We are networked in every aspect of our lives and come together in social learning spaces for work, for pleasure and for no good reason at all. We are addicted … Continue reading

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Virtual Mentoring: crossing borders and boundaries with asynchronous dialogue.

Mentoring is an activity based around relationships. It’s built upon trust and integrity, upon shared understanding and the belief that two heads can build a different perspective than one. It’s an intensely personal relationship, requiring elements of disclosure and trust, … Continue reading

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The Irrational Learner: doing things just because they feel right.

Driving to the station this morning, i commented to my colleague ‘i don’t like this road‘. What then ensued was a discussion of how we have some ‘favourite‘ roads and some that we just irrationally dislike. Not on any particular … Continue reading

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