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October 6, 2010

Dimensions of a Learning Network
In this talk I overview the major elements of Connectivism and learning network theory, explaining how networks are used to foster learning,and describing the properties of stable or effective networks. Presentation by Stephen Downes, TTI Vanguard - The Power of Peer, Vancouver,

Complex knowledge and personal learning environments
George Siemens, elearnspace, October 6, 2010.

Presentation from George Siemens on "how complex problems that involve distributed knowledge (solving problems facing society or, more personally, learning how to play guitar or participate in an open course) require a networked theory of learning." There's an Elluminate recording available.

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