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by Stephen Downes
[Sept] 06, 2014

The Challenges (and Future) of Networked Learning
Stephen Downes, [Sept] 05, 2014, , Online, to Medellin, Colombia, via Vidyo

A conversation about challenges (and future?) of networked learning. A broad understanding of the meaning and potential of networked learning can help educational institutions to rethink their role beyond the provision of LMS and centralized information systems. What skills are needed? What happens if we don't develop them?  What kind of technology supports the development of said skills? What’s the relation between this and issues of information property and citizenship in a digital context (POSSE models, Indie web movement)?

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