Networked learning

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1 Elsewhere in the garden

Notes that link to this note (AKA backlinks).

Reading CJ Eller's quick thought on a community of gardens. The idea is that to a small degree we might be responsible for the upkeep of others' sites, such that our digital gardens are not quite so fenced off from each other. It sounds like something more than simply commenting on others' posts. It's a nice phrase, kind of a form of networked learning.

The social part is definitely important though because I want to learn through discussion. Don't just want to be typing into the void, in dialectic only with myself. The stream is perhaps more for that - networked learning, connectivism.

Also learned about are.na, which says it provides 'tools for thinking, together'. Which I like the sound of, but as are.na is a silo, it's not something I will be using personally.

Network learning.

The idea is that to a small degree we might be responsible for the upkeep of others' sites, such that our digital gardens are not quite so fenced off from each other. It's sounds like something more than simply commenting on others' posts. It's a nice phrase, kind of a form of networked learning.

Networked learning.

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