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  • Dccf

    1. 1. Spaces and Structures of Tomorrow’s Learning George Siemens dCCF March 30, 2007
    2. 2. If you’re about content, you’re in for enormous change
    3. 7. New knowledge, defined containers Knowledge emerges Tolerate ambiguity …resist classification of understanding in advance
    4. 8. Content flow
    5. 9. Space of content flow Content flows on the network
    6. 10. Physical Digital Artifact Malleable Defined User-created Content is a conduit to conversation
    7. 11. Content as centralization
    8. 12. UGC: All content is NOT created equal
    9. 14. Content as node in network
    10. 15. Content as gradient
    11. 16. Content
    12. 17. Mediation of Understanding
    13. 18. Nature of content determines interaction
    14. 19. Exposure of periphery: loose connections http://www.quintura.com/ Multiple narratives
    15. 20. Content abundance…making sense
    16. 21. GDP http://www.worldmapper.org/
    17. 22. Population http://www.worldmapper.org/
    18. 23. Spaces We don’t control the space
    19. 24. Structures We don’t create the structure of knowledge and understanding
    20. 25. Legal/social
    21. 26. <ul><li>www.elearnspace.org </li></ul><ul><li>www.connectivism.ca </li></ul><ul><li>www.knowingknowledge.com </li></ul>

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