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October 4, 2011

COLLECTIVE LEARNING: charting the collective knowledge

This week we are exploring issues of collective learning. The position paper, linked yesterday contains some background information on collective learning and identifies some key issues.

Today there is a scheduled synchronous session at 5pm (UK time) (12:00 noon eastern, check time zones). We will explore some of the key research questions surrounding collective learning, and discuss some examples of collective learning contributed by course participants.

One key question in Collective Learning is how we understand the binding force that connects people while they are learning. Read this blog post which puts forward some alternative views.

Do you agree? Why not contribute to the debate by posting a response on your blog (or any other tool) to the ideas discussed. What do you think is the ‘binding force’ that connects people while they are learning in groups, networks and collectives? The ‘further reading’ (below) outlines contemporary thinking about binding forces in networks and discusses what these terms mean. Use the tags #change11 #collective to share ideas.

Further reading:

Knorr-Cetina, K (2001) Objectual Practice. In Schatzki, T. R., Knorr-Cetina, K., & Savigny, E. V. (Eds). The practice turn in contemporary theory. p175-188 Routledge. Retrieved from Retreived from:

Dron, J., & Anderson, T. (2009). How the Crowd Can Teach. Handbook of Research on Social Software and Developing Ontologies London IGI Global (Vol. Handbook o, pp. 1-17). IGI Global. Retrieved from

Daily, Tuesday 4 October #week4
Week Four: Allison Littlejohn (

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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.
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2 Ideen
jupidu, ZML Didaktik / Innovative Learning Scenarios
1. google+ testen mit dem mooc kurs 2. leute sammeln, aber wie? bei 100 von teilnehmerInnen werden nette listen nicht viel helfen – eigentlich müsste das netz helfen, doch vielleicht denke ich noch viel zu eindimensional ?? [Link] Mon, 19 Sep 2011 19:33:58 +0000 [Comment]

my steps
jupidu, ZML Didaktik / Innovative Learning Scenarios
1. Somewhat define your goals. What is success to you? – to succeed in contributing, getting involved 2. Declare/Define yourself - where can people find you? – on twitter, in this blog, on our website 3. Plan your interaction habits. These will evolve as the course progresses, but having a sense of "I'm going to spend 30 [...] [Link] Mon, 19 Sep 2011 18:59:01 +0000 [Comment]

Contact students via SMS
jupidu, ZML Didaktik / Innovative Learning Scenarios
Reflecting: Mobile Learning at Open University Malaysia, Zoraini Wati Abas Thinking about the lecture of Student Response Systems of today’s eLearning Day at FH JOANNEUM. Seems I will get in contact with my students in this semester in a lot of different ways …. [Link] Tue, 20 Sep 2011 20:14:00 +0000 [Comment]

Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Domains
jupidu, ZML Didaktik / Innovative Learning Scenarios
In our 3 semester course of Highschool Pedagogy (HDW) the participants discussed and used Bloom’s Taxonomy and liked it a lot. I want to reflect about the digital version of Bloom’s Taxanomy  - posted in the FB #change11 discussion – maybe it will be also useful for my teaching (web-based work for journalism students) … [Link] Sat, 24 Sep 2011 07:20:27 +0000 [Comment]

How to „work“ in the changemooc – the orientation phase
jupidu, ZML Didaktik / Innovative Learning Scenarios
In a facebook discussion Brianna writes: What an immersive experience today (from home). I had Fuze, FB, Twitter and the changemooc site open simultaneously. I have to check „Fuze“ – or ask somebody … In my case I’m working with this blog, twitter, FB, the changemooc site, LEO and google docs (for structuring). It is [...] [Link] Sat, 24 Sep 2011 07:04:52 +0000 [Comment]

My actual status in the change MOOC
jupidu, ZML Didaktik / Innovative Learning Scenarios
Ok, it’s an intensive period – so many eLearning conferences and talks, workshops, …uffa But I’m organizing my change11 activities by developing a template to monitor, what I’m doing in connection with change11. I’m really satisfied with the template which will  probably change  during the next weeks. The template will be my private diary (in [...] [Link] Wed, 21 Sep 2011 16:43:02 +0000 [Comment]

The Digital Scholar
jupidu, ZML Didaktik / Innovative Learning Scenarios
Martin Weller behandelt in seinem Buch The Digital Scholar: How Technology Is Transforming Scholarly Practice den „digitalen Lehrenden“, die „digitale Lehrende“ also eine Person, die das Internet und seine Werkzeuge in der Lehre nützt. Das Buch basiert auf seinen Blog Einträgen (The Ed Techie) und seiner Beschäftigung mit neuen Technologien. Im Kapitel A Pedagogy of Abundance bespricht er [...] [Link] Thu, 29 Sep 2011 09:29:01 +0000 [Comment]

education, learning, and technology – #change11
bon, » change11
One of the most interesting things I’m doing this year – learning-wise, research-wise, and community-wise – is the Change MOOC. (For those of you not already signed on for this adventure, dimestore recap: a MOOC is a Massive Open Online Course. It’s free. Anyone can register and participate. There are set topics, assignments, and timelines, but [...] [Link] Thu, 29 Sep 2011 01:08:44 +0000 [Comment]

The digital scholar - which way to go?
Steven Verjans, Stievie's adventures in e-Learning
Within the context of the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) #change11, week 3 dealt with different aspects of digital scholarship. This week's discussion was based on the new book by Martin Weller called: The Digital Scholar. I participated in a webinar with Martin on Wednesday, and heard him present a strong case for the potential impact of digital technologies on professional scholarship.Now I have been following Martin's contributions in this discussion for some time now (I have .... [Link] 2011-09-30T18:21:00.000+02:00 [Comment]

Welcome to week 4 of #Change11. The aim of this week is to introduce collective learning. What is collective learning? Does it signal a new learning paradigm? Are we already engaging in collective learning or is it too complex or unstructured to be useful for leaning? During the week we will explore what is 'the [...] [Link] Sat, 01 Oct 2011 09:31:25 +0000 [Comment]

collective learning by loumcgill   these 4 audio tracks record a conversation between myself and Lou Mcgill about Collective Learning.   You can listen to them in order or just dip into whichever one you are interested in.   [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 08:05:39 +0000 [Comment]

collective learning task2
COLLECTIVE LEARNING: charting the collective knowledge This week we are exploring issues of collective learning. The position paper contains some background information on collective learning and identifies some key issues. One key question in Collective Learning is how we understand the binding force that connects people while they are learning. Read this blog post on sensemaking which puts [...] [Link] Sat, 01 Oct 2011 23:05:48 +0000 [Comment]

COLLECTIVE LEARNING: Learning in the workplace There are various forms of learning that professionals may engage in throughout their work – formal and informal, structured and non-structured, on-the-job or off-the-job. In our group, one of the strands of research is focused specifically on informal, on-the-job learning that takes place through participation in daily work and [...] [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 21:41:42 +0000 [Comment]

"Moneyball" and Education #change11
Kathleen Willbanks, KW on ePortfolios
Dear Education,Why are we last? Why is it that innovation used to come from our higher learning institutions and now we don't even try to use the "newest and latest"? Business (and even sports) has been using new approaches for decades. Please help us by helping yourself. Sincerely, A parent, citizen, and fan.I am once again inspired. I just saw "Moneyball", the new movie based on Michael Lewis' book about the Oakland A's baseball team. "Its focus is the team's modernized, .... [Link] Tue, 27 Sep 2011 21:16:00 +0000 [Comment] #change11
Kathleen Willbanks, KW on ePortfolios
Looking forward to being challenged and learning with #change11. First presentation with Zoraini Wati Abas (slides at had some technical difficulties and it was interesting to watch the group adapt. Kind of shocked at lack of initiative by some ... they add to Twitter #change11 but don't follow? I don't understand. Through Twitter #change11 there were clear instructions on how to adjust to the change and connect for both visual and audio. At once a pleasure to .... [Link] Wed, 21 Sep 2011 16:41:00 +0000 [Comment]

Digital Scholarship Week at #change11
George Veletsianos, George Veletsianos
This week’s session at the #change11 MOOC is focusing on Digital Scholarship. Professor Martin Weller is leading this session and  I’m excited to see how the week unfolds. Importantly, Martin’s new book, The Digital Scholar: How Technology is Transforming Scholarly Practice, has just been published by Bloomsbury Academic both for purchase and for free under [...] [Link] Mon, 26 Sep 2011 15:27:44 +0000 [Comment]

My contribution to the Change MOOC #change11
George Veletsianos, George Veletsianos
I just came across Nancy White’s discussion of her contribution to the 2011-2012 Change MOOC organized by George Siemens, Stephen Downes, and Dave Cormier (through Stephen’s announcement). Draft schedule here. I thought that Nancy’s description of her session sounded wonderful – so wonderful actually, that I wish that we had all shared our session descriptions [...] [Link] Tue, 06 Sep 2011 16:00:15 +0000 [Comment]

Assessing digital scholarship (#change11)
George Veletsianos, George Veletsianos
It’s digital scholarship week at #change11 and I am in the midst of following the activity on Twitter and a number of blogs. At the same time I am preparing my annual activity report that details the work that I’ve been doing over the past year. In this report, one will find evidence on research, [...] [Link] Wed, 28 Sep 2011 22:17:15 +0000 [Comment]

Change 2011 MOOC Goals
MeacherTeacher, Blogging Fourth
So, the first thing I need to do to for the Change 2011 MOOC is to think about my goals for the course.* First, I am hoping that this experience will lead to interesting exchanges and connections with other educators in general and especially other elementary school teachers.* I have not taken any formal courses since graduating from university. I hope that this course will help me get my brain back into better academic shape.* I hope to stay with the course for the whole year, even if I do .... [Link] 2011-10-03T12:19:00.002-04:00 [Comment]

(Yet) Another Try
MeacherTeacher, Blogging Fourth
Okay, so blogging regularly over the summer didn't pan out the way I thought it would. I didn't manage to keep to the blogging challenge at all. It seemed like suddenly my six year-old was home for the summer, and baby got a whole lot more mobile and active all at once. After a couple of failed weeks, I decided that I would prioritize family and spend quality time with the kids instead this summer, but I know that is an excuse. I know I spent 15 minutes lurking on Twitter most days. .... [Link] 2011-10-03T10:41:00.001-04:00 [Comment]

Collective Learning . . . all together now!
blackste, eLearning at Yarra Hills
I love the concept of collective learning. Making use of people and organisations with different skills is absolutely how the real work functions in business - but rarely in education. I suspect that too often there is a confusion between the concepts of group work and collective learning and I believe there is a fundamental difference between the two.Group work tends to take place when a small group of students are asked to produce a piece of work together. Usually there is little .... [Link] 2011-10-04T04:44:00.000-07:00 [Comment]

Crowdsourcing: Ingenuity or pure laziness?
vhaustudent, Diving Deep and Flying High
In #change 11 we are being challenged to examine collective learning with a focus on how we learn. As one who comes from the business sector and not that of the academic sector, I can't help but synthesis how this applies within my given context. Many companies have turned to crowdsourcing in their research and development of products or services. I have seen numerous academics do likewise (although they have not called it "crowdsourcing"). Crowdsourcing is defined by crowdsourcing..... [Link] 2011-10-04T08:37:00.000-04:00 [Comment]

Jeffrey's Twitter Updates for 2011-10-04
Jeffrey Keefer, Silence and Voice
@allisonl Thank you; I will share this with my colleagues and the list, as there seems to be continued confusion about this #change11 in reply to allisonl # @robinyap @joostrobben You may find the 3 readings in this week's #change11 MOOC on collective learning interesting # @allisonl Looking forward to reading your work OPENBLOCK... [Link] Tue, 04 Oct 2011 06:25:00 +0000 [Comment]

Connected knowledge collective learning #change11
jaapsoft2, connectiv
Allison Littlejohn has a fine paper on the subject. It makes me think of an aspect of connected knowledge and collective learning. Allison does not mention the ownership of knowledge because that is not his subject. This connected learning, collective learning is also called crowdsourcing. I do not know if the two concepts are identical, [...] [Link] Tue, 04 Oct 2011 06:54:57 +0000 [Comment]

Twitter Updates for 2011-10-04
t.stafford, Desperately Seeking Fusion™
RT 3 Ways to Avoid Common Roadblocks When Building… by @tomkuhlmann #elearning @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT @erikapaezv: Infographic: Next Steps in Mobile Learning #mLearning #infographic @Virtualismg… # RT Worldwide Mobile Learning Market To Reach $9.1… #elearning @Virtualismg @tmstaffordllc # RT @hpteachexchange: Share with your teachers Quick digital project idea #edtech #edchat [...] [Link] Tue, 04 Oct 2011 06:00:00 +0000 [Comment]

The Evolving Roles of Educators and Learners (#change11)
bernadetterego, Bernadette Rego
I love reading Florence Lyon’s blog “Teaching French in Kiwiland”.  Her reflective style of writing never ceases to challenge me to think more deeply about how I view myself as an educator. She has written some great things about constructivism … Continue reading → [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 23:46:54 +0000 [Comment]

Spotted on G+ today - #change11 MOOC Motto proposed: We suggest,...
Claudia LAmoreaux, MOOCing About
Spotted on G+ today - #change11 MOOC Motto proposed: We suggest, you decide. Ah, so this is why I'm enjoying MOOCing about so much....Stephen Downes [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 17:44:00 -0400 [Comment]

I am admittedly not too familiar with economics, but I sense...
rainbowhill, In Learning
I am admittedly not too familiar with economics, but I sense unfairness in a system that is closed to many yet results in inequities to those bright enough to persist despite financial hardship. This situation is not peculiar to the United States, and students around the world are beginning to stand up to be counted. In Chile, Camilla Vallejo fights for a cheaper education and a government guarantee of education as an inalienable right. When my parents went to uni their education was free, my .... [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 22:54:04 +1000 [Comment]

Audio Enhanced Collective Learning on #change11
rainbowhill, In Learning
(@loumcgill) Lou McGill has taken a few minutes to interview Professor Allison Littlejohn in the lead up to her live session this week on Change11. Due to the huge time difference (2am my time), I'm not going to attempt an early morning rise for the live session. I am looking forward to hearing Allison talk however, and will probably do so while wandering around the gardens the following day. Has anyone set up a podcast feed for recordings of the fuze [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 22:10:57 +1000 [Comment]

Collective Learning #change11
bioram, Change MOOC Reflections
I've read over the position paper posted by Allison Littlejohn, and listened to the interview points she posted on her blog site Little by Littlejohn.  After going through this, I feel like I am missing something.  I am left wondering if the author and her colleagues are trying to codify a process that could be better described as fuzzy or emergent.  It seemed an unnecessary complication with a lot of jargon that describes something that has been going on for .... [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 19:19:00 +0000 [Comment]

Complexity, Cognitive Load and MOOCs
Jane Wilde in RL/Esme Qunhua in SL, Teaching and Learning in Virtual Words
I've just read two posts by Michael Gallagher Complexity, self-organization, and #Change11: reactions to Siemen's presentation(1) and Multiple interfaces, cognitive load and learning design: My appartment in Seoul (2). In the former Gallagher discusses the pattern making process we use to make sense from the chaotic stuff of life (and learning in a MOOC).  In the latter he takes us on a fanciful tour of his high tech Korean apartment,  a device to explore interface .... [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 17:18:00 +0000 [Comment]

Individual and collective
T, lúcidaTranslúcida
A Colaborative Happening from Richard on Vimeo.The aquisition metaphor - learning,The participation metaphor - networksThe knowledge-cration metaphor - knowledge [Link] 2011-10-03T11:23:00.000-07:00 [Comment]

Ideas or making sense
T, lúcidaTranslúcida
The Alphabet 2 from n9ve on Vimeo.Last week everyone talked about Digital Scholar and Public engagement with diversity of  ideas.Today the first reading made me reflect on  Collective learning with Co-creative engagement.This is diferent of Collaborative learning.Knowledge creation and collective learning are interesting points. But is necessary to redefine the words -  collaborate and cooperate or  collective and individual.The cooperation is .... [Link] 2011-10-03T11:07:00.000-07:00 [Comment]

A Closing Thought (for now) about Digital Scholarship
Jeffrey Keefer, Silence and Voice
Hard to believe that our week in thinking and processing and learning and discussing digital scholarship has come to a close. In many ways, I feel I have just scratched the surface of this area, and am beginning to appreciate how the facilitators of the #change11 MOOC scheduled this in such a rapid manner to OPENBLOCK... [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 18:57:41 +0000 [Comment]

#Change11: Competence and Collective Learning
Patty Crowell, Patty's Educational Journey
October 3, 2011 - Week 4 of the #Change11 MOOC and I am catching up today.  As I reviewed materials from previous weeks and then read today's post on collective learning, I am struck by the lack of discussion around competence.  I admit it, I like to learn from a subject matter expert.  Now, with that said, I also remember college courses - especially my computer courses - where I knew as much and sometimes more than my instructor.  I definitely believe .... [Link] 2011-10-03T08:37:00.000-07:00 [Comment]

Publishing research and Open Access
Gillian, Gillian's Learning and Qualifications Blog
The Guardian and @timbuckteeth are asking if all the papers and dissertations you so painstakingly craft at university should be available free to everyone else. You did the work. You may have paid for the right to submit your work to an esteemed journal. Is it fair that your work gets given away?  Alternatively: who [...] [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 17:15:18 +0000 [Comment]

bioram, Change MOOC Reflections
Over the last week, I've been looking at digital scholarship (#change11) and reading through papers on a variety of eLearning  topics.  One thing that kept hitting me is the use of terminology.  One of the classes I frequently teach is an introductory biology course to our majors, and I spend a great deal of time trying to untangle misconceptions.  A common thread that I have seen in elearning papers and blogs deals with ensuring that students utilize .... [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 17:22:00 +0000 [Comment] |
Group members, Best content in change11 | Diigo - Groups
Tags: collective learingby: Tai [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 11:45:05 -0000 [Comment]

Learning with 'e's: Blogging about
Group members, Best content in change11 | Diigo - Groups
Highlights and Sticky Notes:I know, academic publishing has never really been about how many people read your work, it's usually more to do with the kudos gained from publishing in an elite journal. And that's exactly what is so badly wrong with the current academic publishing system.Blogging is an ideal popularist method for making ideas and research accessible for all.Many a valuable debate has already been had on blogs, with a simple post as the stimulus for valuable .... [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 11:34:33 -0000 [Comment]

I’m a digital scholar, I hope
Colin, Learning in the workplace
So, another week in the Change MOOC. Lack of audio at the time meant I listened in to the live session asynchronously but the fuzemeeting replay allows you to follow the chat etc so a good experience. Martin Weller ran last week, based largely around his book which I am currently reading on the train, [...] [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 09:56:32 +0000 [Comment]

Jeffrey's Twitter Updates for 2011-10-03
Jeffrey Keefer, Silence and Voice
@trentmkays Only he? in reply to trentmkays # @ai1sa Where is the #change11 visual graphic? in reply to ai1sa # @ai1sa Excellent! #phdchat in reply to ai1sa # @christiepooh So sorry; how is he now? in reply to christiepooh # For my DNP colleagues – When the Nurse Wants to Be Called 'Doctor' OPENBLOCK... [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 06:25:00 +0000 [Comment]

Collective Learning
Lou Mcgill, loumcgill
I have been watching the change11 mooc, but so far not had much opportunity to engage. This week I will be supporting Professor Allison Littlejohn with her week on Collecive Learning. Allison will be sharing a range of supporting documents and information and we will have a live session at 5pm GMT on Tuesday 4th. [...] [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 08:11:52 +0000 [Comment]

Digital Scholarship and Code-Switching: Welcome to the Conversation
Cris, Virtually Foolproof
I came to Martin Weller’s session on digital scholarship with two burning questions. First question — Cris2B to Everyone: So curious if anyone else thinks this digital scholarship will rock ed research as much as qualitative did? Interesting responses as … Continue reading → [Link] Mon, 03 Oct 2011 06:08:21 +0000 [Comment]

#ocwl11 Open Course Workplace Learning 2011 - der nächste MOOC (auf deutsch) startet in Kürze
Dörte Giebel, Lernkultur 2.0
Am 17.10.2011 startet an der Universität Tübingen - in Kooperation mit und - eine Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) zum Thema “Workplace Learning” (Hashtag auf Twitter: #ocwl11). Hier geht's zur dazugehörigen Website, auf der man sich ab sofort einen Newsletter abonnieren kann, um auf dem Laufenden zu bleiben.     Das Konzept ist äußerst spannend, als das hier erstmalig in .... [Link] Sun, 02 Oct 2011 22:42:00 -0700 [Comment]

#change11 Week 3 - Digital Scholarship,Teaching, and Research
Mary Pringle, CDATA(0)
This week we have a couple of articles to read from Martin Weller's book and some questions to consider. This is familiar. I like it. Digital Scholarship and Teaching How might abundance impact upon teaching you are aware of? Martin says in Ch. 5 of The Digital Scholar: How Technology Is Transforming Scholarly Practice, "their own time and attention become the key scarce resources now" and "expertise is still rare." These are key ideas for me. My job involves creating online .... [Link] Sun, 02 Oct 2011 20:29:02 -0600 [Comment]

Is abundance a myth? The Original Affluent Society and Social Media
rolandlegrand, MixedRealities
I stumbled upon the theme of “abundance” in the Toward a Literacy of Cooperation course (#cooplit) and the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) #Change11 (see previous posts on this blog about both courses) – and I have some issues with the underlying idea that our advanced societies and technology fundamentally alter the situation of [Link] Sun, 02 Oct 2011 22:48:58 +0000 [Comment]

Digital Scholarship - weekend review
AK, Multilitteratus Incognitus
I have to say that I am a bit behind on my self imposed goals for this week in Change11. I had intended to read all of the Digital Scholar: How Technology is Transforming Scholarly Practice, but I was only able to read about 4 chapters some were "assigned" through the MOOC, and others looked interesting enough for a side track. The book remains in my ReadItLater list on my iPad so I will probably finish it this week anyway (it's interesting and easy to read, so it shouldn't be a .... [Link] Sun, 02 Oct 2011 21:48:00 +0000 [Comment]

The Revolution Will Be Streamed
Mark Mcguire, Mark McGuire's Blog
“Global Revolution” Live video stream, New York, NY, 1 Oct. 2011 fuuji: Put the anonymous video bac sub451: watching clips from the bridge…the white shirt guys are pretty uptight…wonder how they deal with their families Lisakitty: We are already winning this thang  … WOOT WOOT shiftysmanifesto: WHO ELSE IS GOING OUT THERE TOMMOROW?!?!?!?!?!? ppink55: “We [...] [Link] Sun, 02 Oct 2011 19:08:15 +0000 [Comment]

The Virtuous Middle Way | iterating toward openness
Group members, Best content in change11 | Diigo - Groups
Highlights and Sticky Notes:The purpose of the machinery of education is to improve the efficiency of learning. The spirit of education should include respecting the agency of learners. It would be just as inappropriate to use coercive torture techniques to improve the efficiency of learning as it would be to eliminate the provision of specific, direct guidance in the name of agency. As with much else in life, our goal here should be to find and walk the virtuous middle way.Tags: self-directed .... [Link] Sun, 02 Oct 2011 18:42:03 -0000 [Comment]

Complexity, self-organization, #Change11 etc
Vanessa, Computers, Language, Writing
 Even if not specifically designated as such, thoughts on navigating chaos, an ongoing Multiliteracies consideration, shine through. Besides relevance, this sharing-as-post gives me the opportunity to a) post by email to posterous; b) autopost to CLW; c) get in the habit of using Diggo features; d) comply with MOOC tool building mission, even modest tools with less bling and glitz (and thankfully requiring less bandwidth); e) participate; f) contribute, however modestly, to artifact .... [Link] 2011-10-02T12:11:00.001-04:00 [Comment]

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Frustrated with the #change11 RSS feed. Technical difficulties
Rainbowhill, 58 - EdGeek #change11, October 3, 2011.

I have the same issue. Clicking the title of some posts takes me to 500 Internal Server Error and clicking the blog link on the bottom right takes me to Durff's blog which is empty. The comment link takes me to a comment page like this one, thankfully, but I have to copy the link from the field and paste into the browser address bar. Rather hit and miss and it does slow me down. Learning how to work around it is [Comment]


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Alan Selig, Re: Change11 Skypers Group, I am a newbie to Skype groups. So far I have ....
VCVaile, Re: #Change11: Setting my learning expectations and goals. Agile lurking. , "agile lurker" has to my favorite takeaway. ....
Jim Stauffer, Re: Change11 Skypers Group, Ian, could you add me to the change 11 skype ....
mymindbursts, Re: Digital Scholarship, As an OU Student on the Masters in Open and ....
umair.qureshi, Re: Week 3: Martin Weller, I thought I was "digitally literate" up until I ....