Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

These are my links for November 19th from 00:33 to 01:05:

  • Half an Hour: The Future of Online Learning: Ten Years On – Though today we stand at the cusp of this new vision, the future will see institutions and traditional forms of education receding gradually, reluctantly, to a tide of self-directing and self-motivated learners. This will be the last generation in which education is the practice of authority, and the first where it becomes, as has always been intended by educators, an act of liberty.
  • 18waystoengage1.pdf (application/pdf Object) – One of the most important aspects of a
    community manager’s job is cultivating a
    relationship with users. I’ve learned that it’s only
    as tough as you make it and that you can
    connect with people online in many ways.
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