Posted by: emapey | February 18, 2011

Differences Between Groups and Networks, CCK11

This is my main list of differences between Groups and Networks:

Networks don’ t have a leader or owner. (self learning) They don’t have a name (brand) or organization.

Groups are not open since you have to subscribe to participate in a group. They have a leader or owner and are organized. (they don’t promote self learning)

Twitter is a network
Twitter hashtags are groups

Facebook is a nework.
Facebook groups and pages are groups

Del.icio.us is a network
Del.icio.us tags are groups????

Do groups and networks follow the “90-9-1″ Rule for Participation ????

Sources:
Half an Hour: Collaboration and Cooperation
Making sense of the difference between network and community
My Personal Learning Network is the most awesomest thing ever!!
CCK11 Characteristics of an autonomous learner
#CCK11 A short reflection on groups and networks
CCK09 Social Learning
Connectivists Should Develop Their Own Connections Using Social Tools
Social Networking Tools to Develop Strong, Weak and Potential Connections
More on Groups versus Networks and Collectives
On groups and emerging networks
Who Are the Good Informants in your Network?
CCK08: Networks, groups, nodes
More on Groups and Networks
Personal learning networks (2) its not about me, it just is

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