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Narratives of Coherence: Teaching and learning in networks

In preparation for a course at Athabasca University on Teaching and Learning in Social and Technological Networks (as part of an institution-wide pilot of the (sort of) open source social network service ELGG dubbed that we’ve dubbed the Landing), I’ve been spending a fair bit of time reflecting on how the role of a teacher is impacted by networks. In particular, how can we achieve the learning goals expected by advisory or curricular boards when we relinquish structural control of content and conversations? I’ve posted my thoughts here: Narratives of coherence: teaching and learning in networks.