Posted by: emapey | July 7, 2008

Connective Writing Changes the Way We Learn

Connective Writing Is…

1. Writing that is inspired by reading and is therefore a response to an idea or a set of ideas or conversations.
2. Writing that synthesizes those ideas and remixes them in some way to make them our own and is published to potentially wide audiences.
3. Writing that then becomes a part of a larger negotiation of a truth or knowledge that is evolving in the larger network.
4. Writing that is written with the expectation that it too will be taken and remixed by others into their own truths by this continuous process of reading, thinking, writing (and linking), publishing and reading some more.
Source: weblogged

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