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Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community

I'm not completely on board with this characterization of networks (and especially the idea of "a clear sense of shared problems and shared purpose", which to me characterizes collaboration within groups, not networks) but beyond that this article is a valuable look at working out loud - it "requires people to change habits, to take risks, to be willing to share drafts and avoid perfection. This behavior flies in the face of the old adage, 'knowledge is power', and asks for an openness we are not all accustomed to." How do we know this is working? How do we know people are interacting in a fruitful productive manner?

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