Category Archives: Networked Communities

My DBR proposal

How can Connectivism and Networked Global Learning (NGL) principles be used in ERP system implementations? The aim of this design-based research (DBR) proposal is to present a theory-informed plan for using NGL to transform my approach to supporting ERP system implementations … Continue reading

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Learning to choose the shiny apple in the tree of knowledge!

Annelise’s post about how networks are changing knowledge got me thinking about my role as a learner and a student.  Throughout this course I am finding that through reading everybody’s posts I am learning a lot more than when I just … Continue reading

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The manifestations of knowledge are at risk and all it took was the touch of a hyperlink.

In looking at the book Too Big to Know that David Weinberger and in reading Annelise’s post I couldn’t help but be amazed at how, led by the internet, knowledge has become more social, mobile, and open then ever before.   The question of what knowledge … Continue reading

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Critical of anything non-social…and birds of a feather….

In reading Andrew’s post about Being Critical of NGL and the week 7 material I started thinking about the downside of NGL.  My father is an x-policeman and abhors the amount of technology we have and how people walk down the … Continue reading

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Reflection and direction setting – Week 5 (An education for a dollar fifty in late charges at the public library)

What has the last four weeks meant?  What have I learnt?  What do I need to learn? What do I need to do next? The last four weeks has been a bit of a blur.  I think the hardest has … Continue reading

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‘The best of the best of the best – Sir’ (Men in Black)

In reading David’s blog on Supported versus unsupported ICTs in a network age I couldn’t help but think about my interest in Communities of Practice and the future of learning and knowledge management.  I’ve always been impressed with Apple; their forums … Continue reading

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