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October 1, 2009

Live Discussion: Week 3

Reminder, Live discussion later today - Thursday, Oct 1, 2 pm CST (time zone conversion). This session will be held in our regular Elluminate room

Highlighted Resources

Roots of Connectivism (Slideshare Version)
I've posted my presentation to Alec Couros' EC&I class on slideshare...audio is available here. , , September 30, 2009 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]

Connectivism Spezify
Spezify is a tool I haven't seen before. Seems like a way to aggregate information in a more visual format that often exhibited by sites like pageflakes, netvibes, or igoogle. In this instance, the "spezify" is a connectivism summary, linking to various resources, images, videos, tweets, articles, and blog posts. , , September 30, 2009 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]

Week 3: Moodle discussion
The Moodle forum for week three is generating a variety of interesting conversations on themes such as ANT, openness and connectivism, and metaphors. Blog activity seems to be a bit softer than last year...but that may pick up as first round of assignments are completed. , , September 30, 2009 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]

Internet Community Text Analyzer
Here's an interesting tool I just came across that analyzes text and content in online forums. According to the site, ICTA is a "web-based system for content and social network analysis. The main goal is to provide researchers and other interested parties with an automated system for analyzing text-based communal interactions. ICTA uses a web-based platform that incorporates various text mining techniques and interactive visualizations to allow researchers to access and analyze text-based datasets remotely and share their preliminary results with their collaborators."

However, as I stated in this forum: "Networked learning - when we confine it to patterns of social interactions - fails to capture the learning itself...If this path of external network analysis is pursued, we end up with a model of learning/cognition that reflects, I think, a behaviourist view where we see only the surface and fail to dive into the substantial elements of the learning experience." , , September 30, 2009 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]

Contributions

Here's what course members from around the world had to say. Want to join the conversation? Submit your feed. Then put this at the beginning of your post: CCK09

Twitter

any connectivism people in and around Brussels interested in meeting in the physical world? and having a physical drink? #CCK09


RT @jackiegerstein A Spezify for Connectivism http://bit.ly/hEeF3 #CCK09 (thx for the idea @jenwagner )


More people sharing more resources in new ways is the history of civilisation http://bit.ly/HVOhx RT @leighblackall @durablegraphics #cck09


A Spezify for Connectivism http://bit.ly/hEeF3 #CCK09 (thx for the idea @jenwagner )


@monk51295 glad to hear you are following #CCK09 -enjoy the session! Should talk about it sometime...


Now, presentation on the topic of What is Connectivism? to EC & I 831 and CCK09, http://bit.ly/VaLNs


Now, presentation on the topic of What is Connectivism? to EC & I 831 and CCK09, http://bit.ly/VaLNs


#cck09 'scientists may have a devised useful new tool for studying neurological growth and healing in humans.' http://is.gd/3N6yU


The origin of the terms PLN and PLE #cck09 http://is.gd/3N6aT


Going offline to reflect about the quality control thread http://bit.ly/LTjiy Love that #CCK09 make me reconsider my standard views- thanks!


@luzpearson Perhaps writing about research (blogging, forums, summarizing, analyzing) is the practice? Not sure. #cck09


@ChristyATucker yes!Research is to write, read and talk to others about the topic (practice), and all that is studying #cck09


Half an Hour: Facts versus skills. Comments from Stephen Downes, linked to from CCK09 http://bit.ly/4lQsF


inspired by these massively open courses - #cck09 and #eci831 - but they over-rely on synchronous sessions and do not offer podcasts


Enjoyed George Siemen's presentation for #cck09 today - highlights for me were comments about army, govt, and views on lurking .


RT @gminks social network basics http://bit.ly/lS7Nh from @downes #CCK09 daily


Kevin: Got to have both, surely? RT @nelliemuller CCK09 Although I am relationship oriented, losing interest in o/l programs not task based


CCK09 Although I am relationship oriented, I am losing interest in online learning programs that are not task based.


CCK09 Although I am relationship oriented, I am losing interest in online learning programs that are not task oriented.


4 forms of evolution of societies http://bit.ly/cs8t8 (via @downes #CCK09 daily)


social network basics http://bit.ly/lS7Nh from @downes #CCK09 daily


RT @jackiegerstein A Spezify for Connectivism http://bit.ly/hEeF3 #CCK09 (thx for the idea @jenwagner )


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