The Knowledge Tree

Various authors, Australian Flexible Learning Network, Jun 01, 2004
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Rod sent me this link to the newsest edition of The Knowledge Tree. My flight leaves shortly, there's no neat table of contents, and so I can't really assess it. But according to the announcement it contains "voice technologies, Vygotskian learning for creativity, knowledge management for e-business improvement, employability skills, collaborative community partnerships, digital 'multiliteracies', regional health service transformation, RTO sustainability, games using mobiles - GUMS for 15-19 year olds, ROI from simulation training, change management, and stories of innovative research and good practice in corporate and public sector flexible learning." Yeah. Sounds great. But no table of contents (I know, there's an upper menu that will get me to articles if I work hard enough, but what I really want is a nice clickable list).
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