Three Models of Knowledge Production

Stephen Downes, Half an Hour, Mar 17, 2010
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I wrote this post today partly in reaction to Harold Jarche's post on personal knowledge management and partially - as I developed a full head of steam - in preparation for the talk I gave this afternoon. The three models are:
- knowledge production as mining
- knowledge production as construction
- knowledge production as growth
While arguably elements of all three models are required for a robust account of knowledge production, my inclination, for various reasons, is to place the most emphasis on the third.
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