Posted by: emapey | December 2, 2009

Connectivism, Corporate and Workplace Learning, CCK09

Internet Time Blog: George Siemens & Connectivism

George Siemens has posted a great presentation of his concept of connectivism. Couple this with Stephen Downes’ article on eLearning 2.0 and my take on informal learning. The three of us come at the topic from different directions but end up in nearly the same place. We’re trying to schedule an on-line conversation to explore our intersections.

Their Conversation ( via Harold Jarche ):
EdTechTalk#23 – a discussion with Jay Cross & George Siemens

CCK09: Workplace environments – can they exhibit connectivism
Connectivism – Are you connected to your workplace and colleagues?
The Education Bazaar » Connectivism: Danger or Opportunity
Connectivism and the modern learner « Learning in the Corporate Sector
Instructivism, constructivism or connectivism?

Learning 2.0 and Informal Learning
Drop the “social” in “social learning” when talking to the C-suite
Full Circle Associates » 4 Meta Skills for Learning Professionals
A Practical Guide to Implementing Web 2.0 Tools in Your Organization
I Finally Get It – Why Social Networking is So Important
15 Objections to using Social Learning
A Followup to 15 Objections – 120 More
5 Requirements of Social Learning Adoption
Enterprise 2.0 Examples and Successful Stories
Objections to Social Learning – Wiki
Tools They Make You Use – LearnTrends
New Skills for the Learning Pro? The Big Question… | gram consulting
10 Strategies for Integrating Learning and Work | gram consulting
Anecdote – Building a collaborative workplace



  1. Muchas fuentes! gracias! Lectura para el veranito.

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