A good set of Linkages should make it easier for its owner to learn and to work. Naturally, it would facilitate finding things, finding people, expressing things, collaborating, asking for advice, getting help, finding relevant information, interacting with groups, being active in supporting a variety of communities, book-marking for subsequent retrieval, archiving both personal and private information, accessing generic solutions, publishing material to the web, sending and receiving messages, working together on projects, keeping abreast of new developments, initiating and taking part in conversations, maintaining a private stash of documents and passwords, publishing a public identity page, archiving material in a living portfolio, learning to learn, and more.
Source: Informal Learning Blog
Posted by: emapey | July 7, 2008
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