Sunday, October 23, 2005

Read/Write Web & Connectivism

Will Richardson has put together a great list he calls "a basic reading list for people interested in getting their brains around the Read/Write Web and the changes it's bringing about specifically related to education." This looks like a great start to me!

A good companion for the reading on Connectivism is this audiographic presentation in Articulate from George Siemens on connectivism and Web 2.0, which lays out some key issues and challenges for rethinking traditional learning approaches in light of concepts about learning networks and "where learning resides".