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eLearning Africa

I arrived in Ghana late on Tuesday this week. I’ll post reflections on the experience on my connectivism blog some time later this week. It is a lovely country with beautiful, friendly people. As I said to a colleague, if I could be assured of broadband, I’d move here (assuming, of course, that they would have me!). That may reveal my somewhat pathetic addiction to online access, but, hey, it’s true :) . I presented on A narrative of learning for a world without boundaries (slides are here). John Connell was kind enough to provide a summary of the talk. He concludes by mentioning a participant accusing me of being a Maoist. Not sure what I said that caused that reaction. But I am fully willing to sell my presentation to anyone who would like to pay.