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The CEDA Community model Pt.1: ‘Curation’ and ‘Technology’ in Social Learning

Yesterday i shared the first draft of a new model i’m working on: the CEDA model is intended to be a practical lens through which to view our Social Learning communities, to determine their health and productivity. Depending on what … Continue reading

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The Facebook Giraffe riddle: the proliferation of messages

I’m in the fortunate position in being a great lover of giraffes: fortunate in that the proliferation of photos of baby giraffes on Facebook has cheered me up no end. Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or don’t exist … Continue reading

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How do you find the time to write? Reflection and agility in learning

Is the wrong question: ‘why don’t you find the time to write?‘ would be better. Agile learners are able to pick up ideas and test them out rapidly, they iterate various behaviours and approaches to test out what lets them … Continue reading

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