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Any interest in launching rhizo16, even if it's done unrhizomatically? Might "the rhizome" -- iterations, critiques, reframed versions of D&G's notion -- become the nodule to focus on initially, to draw learners in? Or randomly choosing passages from A Thousand Plateaus? Or would brainstorming a potential learning agenda or a set of questions or wonderings -- or even a sketch of an outline of a ghost of a potential syllabus be a helpful step to take? I'm game for proceeding collaboratively. (Forgive my presumption if I've overstepped!)

At any rate, the following may be of some interest to some of y'all:

https://future-of-learning.blog/2017/01/05/rhizomatic-learning-rhiz016/

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This rhizo-hat is winging it's way to +Sarah Honeychurch to match the "This is not a metaphor" shirt. http://pin.it/bgszmSa

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I'm not sure yet where or even whether I'll set up camp for #rhizo16  but I'm continue to collect "rhizoish" links ~ bundling on OneTab, bookmarking on Diigo, sending feeds and pages to InoReader

PS +Ronald L, we could probably use "2016 precursor" category or at least one for whatever the 2016 is called

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Advocating more reading of poetry. +Jeffrey M Keefer asked in Twitter....'Is rhizo-poetry a thing now?' And the answer from +Autumm Caines was 'It is if we make it.'. Which I thought was a great point to continue from. Let's check out The Poetry Foundation app. Here is a poem I found http://bit.ly/IIV5Mj using a spin mechanism to choose focus areas. Could also be a great teaching tool.
Sometimes the resolutions we make are the resolutions we keep.

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Just and FYI....there has been a bit of #rhizo16 activity on the Facebook page "Practical Discussion" and Twitter. Pop over to those realms if you like.

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