Connectivism: Informing Distance Education Theory, Pedagogy and Research (Critical Review)

Kelli Ralph, Off Course-On Target, May 30, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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This is a good post reflecting on George Siemens's 2004 Connectivism article, discussing both the theoretical infliences and the points where the paper establishes new ground. It is rife with points of reference to related literature (perhaps overly so; the author's own voice seems lost). But it's definitely worth a read, situating as it does Siemens's paper in historical context. P.S. the author who penned the editor's note cited in the article was Donald G. Perrin.

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