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November 7, 2011

Welcome to Week 9: Dave Cormier

In week09 , one of the course facilitators, Dave Cormier, presents his work on rhizomatic learning. Dave has been developing his ideas in this area for several years. This week is a good opportunity to dive into the mind of Dave and explore how his rhizome-model of learning. In particular, this is a great week to discuss other models of learning and knowledge that share similar network or distributed orientations: actor network theory and connectivism. What do these have in common? Where do they diverge? Are they compatible?


The rhizome model is a bit complex on the surface, largely because it introduces new language and metaphors. However, for those that have grappled with rhizomatic learning, an almost intuitive appeal arises quickly. Rhizomes offer a way of thinking about learning and growth that resonates with the experiences of many networked/connected individuals. Enjoy the week...and don't forget to blog/share/tweet/discuss!! [Comment]


Events This Week

As listed on our new Calendar Page, we have the following events scheduled for this week (All Times Atlantic):

Tuesday, 8 November
14:00
Rhizomatic Learning
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Wednesday, 9 November
15:00
Giulia cross examines Dave
more details»  copy to my calendar

Thursday, 10 November
13:00
Thursday session - Dave Cormier
more details»  copy to my calendar
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Week 09 - Dave Cormier Rhizomatic Learning
It's my week at #change11. My topic for week09 ? Rhizomatic Learning.

I wrote an introduction to Week 09 on my blog that I had planned to post here, but as a discussion has already started over there, I'll just direct you to that conversation. It introduces the concept of of rhizomatic learning and links to a number of posts and ideas that I've written on the subject over the last few years.

Cormier, November 6, 2011 [Link] [Comment]

Facilitator Posts

To view the entire blog post, click on the title of the post, and you will be taken to the blog post itself.


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Course Calendar Page
Dave Cormier, #Change11, November 6, 2011.


We have created a course calendar page to make keeping track of online sessions easier. We will include all the official sessions on this calendar, and any of the unofficial sessions we hear about. So if you have events you would like added to the calendar, send us an email! [Comment]


Change 11 Audio
Various Authors, #Change11, November 6, 2011.


Interested in #Change11 content in audio? Since the beginning of the course we have been analyzing blog posts for media contents. Today, we introduce the #Change11 Audio Page. It's what people in this course are listening to. You can see a list of the files, or click on the Playlist Link and listen to them in your favourite media player. Next week, we'll have more information about how to create and add audio to your blog posts.

Note that if you haven't yet started contributing with a blog, you can do so at any time. Create your blog, then add your blog feed to the conversation. [Comment]


Blog Posts

This is a list of the blog posts mentioning the change11 keyword or tag harvested from the list of blogs submitted by participants.

Do the G20-leaders have a wiki and other questions
rolandlegrand, MixedRealities
I had some busy days covering the European debt crisis for my newspaper De Tijd and trying to keep up work for my online courses. I had to focus on the Toward a literacy of Cooperation course, facilitated by Howard Rheingold, as the course itself is now in its last days and we, the students, [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 23:47:51 +0000 [Comment]

Rhizomatic Knowledge initial thoughts
AK, Multilitteratus Incognitus
This week's topic in ChangeMOOC is brought to us by Dave Cormier and the topic is Rhizomatic knowledge, rhizome coming from the Greek word for "root." (OK, that's my last "big fat Greek wedding" moment for this blog post :-)  )Dave tells us that the idea comes from Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari in their book "a thousand plateaus" and the idea, at least according to Deleuze and Guattari is that in a rhizome "ideas are multiple, interconnected and self-replicating. A .... [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 18:58:00 +0000 [Comment]

GT MOOC Week 9: Rhizomatic Learning with Dave Cormier
richde, The Georgia Tech MOOC
This week’s topic is rhizomatic learning led by Dave Cormier.  What is rhizomatic learning?  Here is Dave’s description from his blog: It's my week at #change11. My topic? Rhizomatic Learning. Rhizomatic learning is a way of thinking about learning based … Continue reading → [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 14:08:50 +0000 [Comment]

Rhizome Remix
Giulia Forsythe, gforsythe.ca
This week’s #change11 facilitator is Dave Cormier, talking about Rhizomatic Learning – Why We Learn. I saw him present at the University of Guelph #eportfolio week earlier this year. I know that as the Manager, Web Communications and Innovations of … Continue reading → [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 14:23:29 +0000 [Comment]

Rhizomatic and Privilege; Questions and Commentary #change11
Glenyan, A Point of Contact
The Rhizomatic Model of Education is one of the more interesting change11 topics for me so far, appealing as a discussion of the potential of educational design with respect to the nature of various types of knowledge. In the current climate of communications, there certainly are fields in rapid change or development and in need [...] [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 14:16:29 +0000 [Comment]

Glass, Gandhi, OWS, and Social Artistry
Jeffrey Keefer, Silence and Voice
We finished week 7 of the #change11 MOOC, this week with Nancy White who spoke about the concept of a Social Artist, someone who teaches and supports learners by using creative and sympathetic means to patiently encourage them to establish and follow their own goals while being connected with a larger and increasingly complex and OPENBLOCK... [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 13:01:55 +0000 [Comment]

#change11 Triangolare, tessere e connettere il nostro apprendimento
serenaturri, serenaturri's Blog
Mi propongo con il post che segue di descrivere come, applicando l’insegnamento di Nancy White, sono riuscita a bypassare barriere linguistiche. Il tema dell’VIII settimana di MOOC con Nancy White facilitatrice «Triangolare, tessere e connettere il nostro apprendimento» ha risorse per me non facilmente accessibili dato che sono riconducibili essenzialmente a file immagini e audio: [...] [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 12:45:51 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 On blogging in MOOC
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
I read Jenny’s post on the selfish blogger with great interests.  First, I doubt if there is a selfish blog syndrome. 1. This is a judgement on bloggers, based on assumptions about bloggers’ intention and behaviour.  No one blogger could be judged … Continue reading → [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 11:35:19 +0000 [Comment]

Twitter Updates for 2011-11-06
t.stafford, Desperately Seeking Fusion™
RT What Is the Coolest E-learning Video You Have Seen Online? http://t.co/s0y3Azpu – Very Cool! #eLearning @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT Review 5 schools or degrees get $25, 10 get $50, 20 get $100! GetGoing: http://t.co/LsnqzMUz #elearning @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT #eLearning Can Everyone Be Smart at Everything? http://t.co/dSPT5iXb @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT Finding time for [...] [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 07:00:00 +0000 [Comment]

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-11-06
t.stafford, Desperately Seeking Fusion™
RT What Is the Coolest E-learning Video You Have Seen Online? http://t.co/s0y3Azpu – Very Cool! #eLearning @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT Review 5 schools or degrees get $25, 10 get $50, 20 get $100! GetGoing: http://t.co/LsnqzMUz #elearning @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT #eLearning Can Everyone Be Smart at Everything? http://t.co/dSPT5iXb @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT Finding time for [...] [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 08:58:00 +0000 [Comment]

Jeffrey's Twitter Updates for 2011-11-06
Jeffrey Keefer, Silence and Voice
Tomorrow morning I will plan to finish a #change11 post I have been working on, and then comment on some other interesting posts I noted. # I did about all the transcription checking as I can do tonight. # Heard a folk song on the radio that mentioned the only attack on US soil OPENBLOCK... [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 07:25:00 +0000 [Comment]

#Connectivism and Constructivism – similarities and differences Part 2
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
I found Jenny’s post thought provoking, and so this is a follow up post on my previous one relating to Connectivism & Constructivism – What’s similar and different. Referring again to the diagram here. How learning occurs: What may happen … Continue reading → [Link] Sun, 06 Nov 2011 08:04:27 +0000 [Comment]

Digital Humanities-esque approach for Learning Sciences
Michael Sean Gallagher, michael sean gallagher
I stumbled across someone on the Twitter stream from the MSc in Elearning course at the University of Edinburgh (#mscel) who had asked the question: @Soc_Imagination: The phrase 'digital humanities' comes up on my twitter multiple times a day. Is there a social sc equivalent Excellent question and I immediately jumped to how the tenets of the digital humanities could be applied to the learning sciences (as a subset of the social sciences). I follow a lot of the digital .... [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 21:34:00 -0700 [Comment]

Time for a Learning Revolution
George, Educational Technology - Insights
It takes a 16 year old to say it so clearly:Policy-wise, we need a national curriculum, based on lean standards, so that teachers have the full autonomy to shape and mold the curriculum.Nikhil Goyal writes about project based learning in the Huffington Post under the title "It's Time for a Learning Revolution".I propose that we institute a 21st century model of education, rooted in 21st century learning skills and creativity, imagination, discovery, and project-based learning.  .... [Link] 2011-11-05T18:50:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Back from a brief hiatus. I hosted the #connectedpd First Friday...
Claudia LAmoreaux, MOOCing About
Back from a brief hiatus. I hosted the #connectedpd First Friday live Twitter Chat on Friday, 11.4. Spotted this reflection on the experience by fellow #change11 MOOCer, Mark McGuire. Thanks, Mark, for sharing where you find value in live Twitter chats. You'll find the chat archive here shortly, along with previous First Friday #connectedpd [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 20:16:00 -0400 [Comment]

Rhizomatic Learning – Why we teach?
Dave Cormier, Dave's Educational Blog » change11
It’s my week at #change11. My topic? Rhizomatic Learning. Rhizomatic learning is a way of thinking about learning based on ideas described by Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari in a thousand plateaus. A rhizome, sometimes called a creeping rootstalk, is a stem of a plant that sends out roots and shoots as it spreads. It [...] [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 19:50:18 +0000 [Comment]

Connectivism and ‘Ah-Ha’ moments
jennymackness, Jenny Connected
Do you understand what connectivism is? Sometimes I think I do. I read Stephen's blog post for example, and it seems to make sense. But then someone raises a question like what is the difference between constructivism and connectivism – as John Mak did and even being familiar with George's diagram -   I begin to [...] [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 20:50:53 +0000 [Comment]

Connecting and weaving knowledge
AK, Multilitteratus Incognitus
This week's Change topic was a nice break for me, allowed me to take a moment, catch up with other people's blogs, and the weekly session (which I made an attempt to visit while it was live, but I somehow missed it) was loose enough to allow for this break.In any case, the topic of this week was "Triangulating, weaving and connecting our learning." I've written before about disconnected knowledge (although I forget if it was a blog post here, somewhere else, or a comment on .... [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 19:32:00 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11: Looking forward and looking back
Sue Hellman, Small Changes; BIG RETURNS
I just finished co-authoring and co-moderating a Moodle Meet on mLearning. (Click on the heading to see the entire resource collection).   Today I was looking back through this blog and came across this passage which was written in 2008. It was part of an interview I gave for the company (Freepath) which generously sponsored my first conference presentation. At the time I'd only had internet and a computer in my house for about 18 months. Yes, I was an edtech late bloomer ......... [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 09:19:00 -0700 [Comment]

#change11 week 8 – bringing human-ness into digital work
John Kuti, feel do think
The content of this presentation was a long way from my situation, as the participants  seem to have a quite bland sense of what “change” might mean. I really doubt that “People just need a little bit of affirmation” and … Continue reading → [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 17:46:08 +0000 [Comment]

Social Artist doubts - process and "feel-good"
George, Educational Technology - Insights
This week's MOOC #change11 has not held my interest.Without doubt, Nancy White is a charismatic facilitator, using graphical tools to have participants express themselves and develop a particular view. I think this approach (using such graphical tools) is excellent for the participants.I learned long ago that my wonderfully produced mathematical notes were excellent - for me. The iterrative process of producing these and improving them was valuable to me, the writer. My students needed to .... [Link] 2011-11-05T11:00:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

#connectedpd Session with Howard Reingold
Mark Mcguire, Mark McGuire's Blog
Last night, I followed a link to the Website for Connected PD,  an “experiment in “Community-sourced” teacher professional development”. The Events page had an announcement for a session on ”Teacher Professional Development and Participatory Learning”, with guest, Howard Rheingold, on Friday, November 4, 9 am PDT / 12pm EDT. Although that meant 5:00AM on Saturday morning in [...] [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 18:22:19 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 What can be learnt from Steve Jobs through the eyes of Guy Kawasaki
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
If you watch this, you could be shocked by the first lesson: Experts are clueless. Guy Kawasaki explains that “Apple has proven that experts are WRONG”.  Wow! That is a bold statement.  May be this claim is applicable in the … Continue reading → [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 12:14:33 +0000 [Comment]

Social Artistry... A new idea?
jennymackness, Jenny Connected
Social artistry in the context of educational change was the subject of Nancy White's presentation for changemooc this week. I haven't come across the term before – but everything I have heard this week and read suggests that the ideas are not necessarily new – just expressed differently to fit our changing context in relation [...] [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 13:00:11 +0000 [Comment]

How Online Innovators Are Disrupting Education - Jason Orgill and Douglas Hervey - Harvard Business Review
Group members, Best content in change11 | Diigo - Groups
Comments:"teachers can serve as professional coaches and content architects to help students progress in ways that they never could under most current model" - Tai ArnoldHighlights and Sticky Notes:In fact, Gates, Khan, and teachers at the academy argue that online education can liberate teachers, allowing them to engage in more creative and influential one-on-one mentoring.teachers can serve as professional coaches and content architects to help students progress in ways that they .... [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 12:55:44 -0000 [Comment]

#Change11 Patterns, fractals and conversation
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
This relates to a conversation here on Change11 MOOC and Connectivism. Based on the network drawn by Matthias (see below), I have been thinking of 3 kinds of knowledge here: (1) knowledge as revealed by the blogger, as a critical … Continue reading → [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 10:00:54 +0000 [Comment]

Twitter Updates for 2011-11-05
t.stafford, Desperately Seeking Fusion™
RT Next Online Forum: Lessons and Insights from Ten eLearning Masters, December 8 & 9 http://t.co/pniZrpf1 @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT Technology in the classroom enhances learning | http://dld.bz/axvSx|mostpopular|text|FRONTPAGE | #mlearning @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT Online MSWord training for teachers Free 4 part online MS Word course http://t.co/rqRpzOac #edchat #k12 @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT @lambdasolutions: Top [...] [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 06:00:00 +0000 [Comment]

#change11 Listening to Nancy #socialartist
coachcarole, Baranduda Blog
It’s Saturday and I have had time to visit the recording of Nancy White’s stimulating, inspiring and artistic session for #change11, generously moderated by Dave Cormier and George Siemens. I was inspired! Giving myself the entire hour to listen, absorb, observe, notate and think whilst Nancy provided one of her ‘outlier’ sessions. This is what [...] [Link] Sat, 05 Nov 2011 04:51:10 +0000 [Comment]

#nancy white, speaking from the heart #change11
svmoose, Inside Irene Gould's head
What is really refreshing for me this week is the way Nancy speaks from the heart. Not from a paper, research or whatever, but purely from her own experiences. And I have missed that so far in Mooc. I understand research is necessary, but especially in a Mooc I am more interested in people’s own [...] [Link] Fri, 04 Nov 2011 20:44:58 +0000 [Comment]

#change11 Playing catchup part 3
markuos, Squire Morley
Now I move on to Nancy White’s week, still playing catchup. The ‘DTLT Today’ recording of a Google+ hangout organised by @giuliaforsythe (thanks for setting this up) I found this really useful in the explaination of what a ‘Social Artist‘ … Continue reading → [Link] Fri, 04 Nov 2011 17:06:01 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 MOOC Session - October 31
Group members, Best content in change11 | Diigo - Groups
Tags: nancywhite, change11, mooc, slidshareby: markuos [Link] Fri, 04 Nov 2011 16:43:34 -0000 [Comment]

Episode 71: The Social Artist DTLT Today
Group members, Best content in change11 | Diigo - Groups
Tags: nancywhite, socialartist, DTLT, videoconferenceby: markuos [Link] Fri, 04 Nov 2011 16:40:58 -0000 [Comment]

Bubble bubble toil and trouble: Unravelling bottom-up/top-down approaches to institutional change (#change11) | opendistanceteachingandlearning
Group members, Best content in change11 | Diigo - Groups
Tags: blogpost, leadership, innovationby: markuos [Link] Fri, 04 Nov 2011 16:12:05 -0000 [Comment]

#change11 Playing catchup part 2
markuos, Squire Morley
Found a bit of time to continue with my meandering jottings in the game of catchup. Paul Prinsloo’s opendistanceteachingandlearning blogpost ‘Bubble bubble toil and trouble: Unravelling bottom-up/top-down approaches to institutional change (#change11)‘ really struck several chords for me. It was an … Continue reading → [Link] Fri, 04 Nov 2011 16:16:55 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 Are we really alone in virtual space?
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
This video on Alone together by Sherry Turkle sounds interesting. This message is clear, that real life conversation is relatively more important than the mere texting using mobile phones. Also beware that there are many young people who are addicted … Continue reading → [Link] Fri, 04 Nov 2011 13:40:05 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11 Change, happiness and social artistry
suifaijohnmak, Learner Weblog
Positive thinking, isn’t that the solution towards reducing depression, changing ourselves, and changing the world, for the better?  May be. Here are some quotes from Take Control of your life by Dr Gail Ratcliffe Why does your life get out … Continue reading → [Link] Fri, 04 Nov 2011 13:09:55 +0000 [Comment]

Homework task for students MOOC #change11
jaapsoft2, connectiv
Make a list or overview or map or guide where we could find blogs, and other places on the internet related to the MOOC Change11. Do not add all possible places or links to the map, select the places you value. How? Start: Read this (or another) blog and follow the links to people that [...] [Link] Fri, 04 Nov 2011 14:34:18 +0000 [Comment]


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Comments

These are individual comments posted today to the discussion threads (for new discussion threads, see the list above)

suifaijohnmak, Re: #Change11 George Siemens presenting his views on MOOC and Connectivism, Hi Roy and Ken, Here is my new post on Patterns, ....
suifaijohnmak, Re: #Change11 George Siemens presenting his views on MOOC and Connectivism, @Roy, Based on the network drawn by Matthias (I ....
Jennifer Lynn Browning Routh, Re: Is Demanding Synchronous Bliss Missing the Point of Change?, As an amateur cake decorator (I've had my ....
AdmiralAK, Re: Evaluations in MOOCs, Thanks for the comment Brainysmurf! My Language ....

Twitter

Put the hashtag #change11 in your tweets and we will post it here

@LoneGuldbrandt tweeted: Reading blogs but ought instead to change my web for the better by adding wordpress. # 2011-11-07T09:45:38Z

@grial_usal tweeted: #Change11 On blogging in MOOC | http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T08:30:07Z

@ediazsan tweeted: #Change11 On blogging in MOOC | http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T08:30:07Z

@eddebainbridge tweeted: #Change11 Connectivism and Constructivism – What’s similar and different? http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T10:18:59Z

@eddebainbridge tweeted: Bricolage and Connectivism (#change11) http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T10:16:58Z

@TonySearl tweeted: #Change11 on Prezi week 8/36 http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T10:06:23Z

@LynParker tweeted: The Networked Student… in plain English http://t.co/7ecY9Keo via @Teach42 View of Connectivism sounds like #infolit to me # 2011-11-07T11:44:22Z

@Gordon_L tweeted: RT @TonySearl: #Change11 on Prezi week 8/36 http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T11:15:33Z

@eddebainbridge tweeted: #Change11 Managing Technology – my response to Tony Bates http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T10:19:11Z

@edgaraltamirano tweeted: RT @jackiegerstein: @NancyWhite Maybe diff btn "facilitation v teaching" "interdependence v independence" "collectivism v individualism" #socialartist # 2011-11-07T04:32:31Z

@jackiegerstein tweeted: @NancyWhite Maybe diff btn "facilitation v teaching" "interdependence v independence" "collectivism v individualism" #socialartist # 2011-11-07T04:24:46Z

@NancyWhite tweeted: @jackiegerstein ah..ok! I also wondering why #socialartist resonates 4 some & not others. # 2011-11-07T04:17:24Z

@bugaychuk tweeted: Teaching and Learning Resources / Connectivism - http://t.co/UDOYpSgG #UkrEl11 # 2011-11-07T06:43:39Z

@bugaychuk tweeted: For or against Connectivism as a learning theory? - http://t.co/WZvJAlSf #UkrEl11 #change11 # 2011-11-07T06:42:29Z

@bugaychuk tweeted: Rhizomatic Learning – Why we teach? » Dave's Educational Blog - http://t.co/ZMInEyC1 #UkrEl11 #change11 # 2011-11-07T06:40:55Z

@IleneDawn tweeted: Ideas for my stu @saxscience on Teaching with Twitter question at http://t.co/5AXIggvK? #change11 #cmc11 #eci831 #wresearcher # 2011-11-07T04:39:23Z

@Learn4work tweeted: RT @bugaychuk: Teaching and Learning Resources / Connectivism - http://t.co/UDOYpSgG #UkrEl11 # 2011-11-07T07:12:41Z

@bugaychuk tweeted: New UkrEL11 | Scoop.it - http://t.co/oZl70wts #UkrEl11 # 2011-11-07T06:44:55Z

@suifaijohnmak tweeted: #Change11 As I have learnt from and through others, may I share by reposting this? http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T00:04:41Z

@acecili5 tweeted: RT @grial_usal: #Change11 Connectivism and Constructivism – similarities and differences Part 2 http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T01:06:59Z

@jackiegerstein tweeted: RT @Cris2B: Episode 71:The Social Artist DTLT w/ @NancyWhite http://t.co/lkCin009 #change11 (nice connecting w/ your outside of SL, Cris!) 2011-11-07T00:09:56Z

@dougsymington tweeted: RT @cogdog CogDogBlogged: Rhizomic Wondering http://t.co/FzuCtMQE # 2011-11-07T03:00:09Z

@cogdog tweeted: CogDogBlogged: Rhizomic Wondering http://t.co/e4cgRswV # 2011-11-07T02:56:52Z

@davecormier tweeted: @gsiemens Now is your chance to write a glowing introduction to my week http://t.co/97Q7OgKq for # 2011-11-07T02:09:58Z

@JeffMerrell tweeted: RT @AnaCristinaPrts: #Change11 Is Connectivism a New and Emerging Learning Theory? http://t.co/ 2011-11-07T03:45:45Z

@davecormier tweeted: RT @cogdog: CogDogBlogged: Rhizomic Wondering http://t.co/e4cgRswV # 2011-11-07T03:24:30Z

@NancyWhite tweeted: @jackiegerstein Can you say more about not playing? I did not understand your tweet # 2011-11-07T04:02:25Z

@willie42 tweeted: Another paper questioning connectivisms claims. … - Connectivism: new paradigm or fascinating pot pourri? http://t.co/qZ0yqf1B # 2011-11-07T03:56:26Z

@NewFacMajority tweeted: Waiting 4 #CFHE meeting updates while catching up w/ #MOOC/s: #change11 #potcert11 #cmc11l. No irony: room 4 all 2gether @ #WhitherU 2011-11-07T03:52:06Z

@mark_mcguire tweeted: Noam Chomsky on Academic Freedom (56 min audio - TVO May 20, 2011) http://t.co/92Ff6fvL #change11 #cmc11 #eci831 #ds106 # 2011-11-06T21:53:41Z

@Gruenabc tweeted: #NancyWhite caught up with last week. Thnkx for brilliant demo of facilitation online. The energy was contagious. # 2011-11-06T21:39:48Z

@web20education tweeted: RT @juandoming: Half an Hour: You Turned Out OK? Stefen Downes http://t.co/e2O8o26H #oldaily #elearning #education #change11 # 2011-11-06T20:40:02Z

@DrGarcia tweeted: RT @mark_mcguire: Noam Chomsky on Academic Freedom (56 min audio - TVO May 20, 2011) http://t.co/92Ff6fvL #change11 #cmc11 #eci831 #ds106 # 2011-11-06T22:01:49Z

@SlavetoDave tweeted: RT @RobeleU: The #change11 journal is out! http://t.co/NheSTTHN ▸ Top stories today via @slavetodave @josepopoff @techczech @kukharenko @ 2011-11-06T21:56:12Z

@ediazsan tweeted: #Change11 Connectivism and Constructivism – similarities and differences Part 2 http://t.co/ 2011-11-06T23:03:28Z

@grial_usal tweeted: #Change11 On blogging in MOOC | http://t.co/ 2011-11-06T22:29:45Z

@ediazsan tweeted: #Change11 On blogging in MOOC | http://t.co/ 2011-11-06T22:29:44Z

@gridsyndicate tweeted: Do the G20-leaders have a wiki and other questions http://t.co/q8uE35lF #secondlife #change11 #cooplit # 2011-11-06T23:50:51Z

@AlisonECI831 tweeted: MT @BV_Joey: RT @DavidGurteen: Conversations That Share Tacit Knowledge http://t.co/zsYJBheU # 2011-11-06T23:22:53Z

@grial_usal tweeted: #Change11 Connectivism and Constructivism – similarities and differences Part 2 http://t.co/ 2011-11-06T23:03:29Z

@NancyWhite tweeted: Habitus: the set of socially learnt dispositions, skills & ways of acting, often taken for granted... http://t.co/giU5wb2l # 2011-11-06T23:55:52Z

@groconemoto tweeted: RT @gridsyndicate Do the G20-leaders have a wiki and other questions http://t.co/FtBoqtua #secondlife #change11 #cooplit # 2011-11-06T23:51:53Z

@NancyWhite tweeted: RT @JeffreyKeefer: Blogged: Glass, Gandhi, OWS, and Social Artistry http://t.co/2dZFQXZG #change11 #socialartist (YEAH!) 2011-11-06T18:03:41Z

@giuliaforsythe tweeted: @NancyWhite I hope you never stop tweeting #socialartist #change11 stuff. I need more time to fully gather, analyze, process & 2011-11-06T18:24:40Z

@NancyWhite tweeted: More on #socialartists http://t.co/MejYVzdj #change11 (can I go on after my week is finished?) 2011-11-06T18:22:59Z

@NancyWhite tweeted: Would anyone you know fund a #sketchnote based #facilitation toolkit? @elmibester and I want to know! #change11 # 2011-11-06T18:21:54Z

@AlisonECI831 tweeted: Networked Society 'On the Brink': past, present & future of connectivity http://t.co/knYVyPrj via @MissCoe #eci831 #usdedu # 2011-11-06T18:31:43Z

@Thabo99 tweeted: I love the social artist idea RT @NancyWhite: More on #socialartists http://t.co/U5O3CpER #change11 (can I go on after my week is finished?) 2011-11-06T18:29:57Z

@NancyWhite tweeted: @juneholley You might enjoy checking out the #change11 hashtag related to your last few 2011-11-06T18:28:28Z

@Cris2B tweeted: JP Gee's "material intelligence" -- 5 Voyeuristic Peeks Inside the Notebooks of Cross-Disciplinary Creators http://t.co/kDl13IBB # 2011-11-06T18:53:35Z