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Graphic depicting an online learning network in the blog post Snapshot of networked learning
Networked learning is an activity that focuses on establishing and maintaining connections with people and information, and to collaborate in such a way so as to support one another's learning, hence - a networked learning.
Since the development of the Internet as a dominant medium for communication of information, the practice of Networked Learning has tended to focus on its use, especially since the emergence of Web 2.0.
- Online learning
- Collaborative Networked Learning
- Blended learning
- Wikiversity entry for Networked Learning
- National College for School Leadership
- Centre for Studies in Advanced Learning Technology
- A slide show with audio
- Networked Learning Conference Series.
- CSALT work on networked learning
- Centre for the Study of Networked Learning and Knowledge Building
- Connectivism is a pedagogical view or learning theory (depending on who you listen to) on networked learning
- Benkler, Y (2006) The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom. Yale University Press (May 16, 2006)
- Steeples, C. and Jones, C. eds (2002) Networked Learning: Perspectives and Issues. London: Springer.
- Goodyear, P. Banks, S. Hodgson, V. and McConnell, D. eds (2004) Advances in Research on Networked Learning. London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
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