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THERE IS LIFE AFTER PRINTING

At the beginning of the 1st Meeting of TICS Virtual and teaching at the highest level UBA # UBATIC, I attended the virtual presentation [see video on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhz6ta0dLdU%5D bearing the title of this post by Alejandro Piscitelli – philosopher … Continue reading

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Wiki project in peer to peer learning

A course wiki site is a collaborative resource that may allow members of a community share information and produce contents. The word “wiki” is a short form of the Hawaian wiki wiki, which means “quick”. The well known wiki is … Continue reading

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What is Peeragogy?

Toward Peeragogy As a facilitator and professor at university, I am interesting on reflecting, reading and learning about learning environment and learning experiences, specially the ones that emerged through on line communities. That involves collaborative and cooperative work, sometimes in … Continue reading

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Learning from Social Network

Regarding to the topic of Openess or Closeness of Education posted by John Mak today on Facebook I found a connection with the topic of an interesting book called “Learning Network Services for Professional Development” By Rob Koper that  Giorgio … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 | How can micro blogging help participation?

On this post I would like to reflect about the following topic: “Learning in social networks. How can micro blogging help   participation?” stumbleupon.com My motivation to this post came from the topic of “Measuring the Unmeasurable: Digital Participation Seminar” that … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 | Serendipity, a way of thinking?

I would like to reflect about the concept of serendipity phenomena in a not scientific way. That is because there is a neuroscience matter and it is out of my domain. Here is a project “Serendip” which is more connected … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 reflections – second week

(1) Change…(part 2) There are times when we identify a need for a new different idea, new plans or a situation of change. This requires  accept that we need to move from the comfort place and accepted ideas to another … Continue reading

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