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These slides were prepared as a visual aid for a presentation for the UNSW Network of Faculty Educational Developers on 5 August 2009.
The primary foci of the presentation are the technical frameworks and environments used during Connectivism and Connective Knowledge 2008, the distributed nature of the resulting systems, and corresponding learning networks that developed.
The expectation and hope is the presentation will inspire wider discussion on the opportunities and challenges of distributed learning frameworks such as Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) and how they might be incorporated into courses - and importantly, how courses might be changed to enable learning networks to form.
For more information on UNFED, please see the following post on the UNSW TELT blog:
Due to the fine detail of the screenshots, this presentation is best viewed full screen.