Leigh Blackall takes on EdNA Groups, writing, "Its better if we use more global and reliable services I think... EdNA Moodle groups is diluting the impact that individuals could be having on the global conversation. Its keeping many in Australian education disengaged from the world beyond EdNA." I can get into EdNA Groups, but every time I go to read something, I'm prompted for an 'invitation key' that I don't have. I agree with Blackall: "The valuable time of teachers and educationalists would be better spent engaged with the open Network, learning the popular tools and understanding the nature of the Internet so that they may teach people how to learn in an open Network."
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