Connectivist Learning – Searching Yourself
"I do what I do, not because I have to, but because I have to …"

http://i12lol.wordpress.com/2013/07/14/connectivist-learning-searching-yourself/


Background - My blog for this weekend was sparked by:

(1) a G+ search-command that I recently learned from +Ronnie Bincer, which I shared in another G+ post https://plus.google.com/u/0/117219403239374562288/posts/8CuW927tKmF and which I first encountered in the recent Google Powersearch MOOC that I had previously completed a few of months back, but not realized how to apply the skills learned till I saw Ronnie's G+ post

(2) a couple of older but still recent G+ discussions, for example, the "legendary" magnitude posts by +Demian Farnworth https://plus.google.com/u/0/115630079405940076652/posts/KsdmNNeDUWN and +Michael Bennett https://plus.google.com/u/0/107290419352782290509/posts/HEYPmk7AK51  , plus a few other G+ discussions in which I had engaged in recently (too many to list here), but I will mention +George Station +Laura Gibbs +Justin Schwamm +Richard Green  , and a relevant earlier blog I that wrote on Rhizomatic Learning http://i12lol.wordpress.com/2013/06/30/hip-helpers-really-connect/

and

(3) an intellectual and productive Google Hangout session with +Stefan P. Schmid in which we discussed the mechanics of online Connectivist Learning, and the dearth of R&D in "learning pedagogy" in the non-academic world due to secularism in academia
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