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  • p. 128 The Nature of Technology
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  • 1. Socializing Open Learning George Siemens Barcelona November 30, 2009
  • 2. Tempus vs. Hora
  • 3. The irrelevance of structured learning
    • As conceived today
    • Private Universe
  • 4. Sensemaking, not learning
  • 5. What is sensemaking?
  • 6. What is open learning?
  • 7. What is social?
    • Not like ether ( Latour )
    • Fluid – forming and reforming
  • 8. A different way to see the world (& learning)
  • 9. The primacy of connections
  • 10. Connections, not networks
    • A network is an expression of connectedness – a pattern
  • 11. History through the eyes of connectedness
    • Plato – we receive him (almost) whole…we create an object of what was a process
  • 12.
    • “ To produce means to combine materials forces within our reach…to produce other things…means to combine these materials and forces differently”
  • 13. Central Nervous System for the Earth http://www.hpl.hp.com/news/2009/oct-dec/cense.html
  • 14. The connections we permit
  • 15. The connections we control
  • 16. Research
    • Exploration of validity of connections
    “ Origination in scientific theorizing…is at bottom a linking ” W. Bryan Arthur
  • 17. Under what types of conditions does a “course” work well?
  • 18. More is different
  • 19. Change does not scale
  • 20. Structure of the internet is anti-pre-packaging
  • 21. Curriculum creation and delivery as functions of connections
  • 22. A course is a terrible sub-assembly unit of information transfer
  • 23. How do educators control and influence connection forming in learning?
  • 24. Why open, social learning?
    • Responsive to needs of individual
    • Adaptive
    • Fluid, varied, contextual
  • 25. Course: connections formed for learners
  • 26. Distributed cognition
    • Network as cognitive agent
  • 27. Connection-creation systems in complex, abundant information environments
    • Socially-driven networks
    • Technologically-enabled
  • 28.
    • https://tekri.athabascau.ca/
    • www.elearnspace.org (weekly newsletter)
    • http://twitter.com/gsiemens