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Webheads in Action

Webheads in Action

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    • 1. Connections and Conversations: What happens to content? George Siemens WIAOC 2007
    • 2.
      • "Networks are the language of our times, but our institutions are not programmed to understand them.“
      • McCarthy, Miller, & Skidmore
    • 3. Moving into ambiguity…
    • 4.
      • "The chief cause of problems is solutions." 
      • Eric Sevareid
    • 5. The players
      • Content
      • Institution
      • Educator
      • Learner
    • 6. Parallel to the music, radio, news, TV
      • Content
      • Resource creator
      • Distributor/marketer/promoter
      • Person viewing/listening the resource
    • 7. Content Trends
      • Authority shift
      • UGC
      • Collective
    • 8.  
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    • 11.
      • “Hell is the place where nothing connects”
      • TS Eliot
    • 12. Networks hold (are) knowledge
      • The presence of “c” changes the meaning of “a” and “b”
    • 13. Understanding is a function of nature of connections
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    • 18. http://missgriffis.wordpress.com/ - Glenbow Museum
    • 19.  
    • 20. Seeking Balance
      • Gradients & nuances
      • Varying presence of participant
      • Formal vs informal
      • Expert vs amateur
    • 21.
      • Type of content
      • Life of content type