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Ownership And Online Communities

Ownership And Online Communities

Annelieske and I was fortunate enough to have dinner with James Farmer (Edublogs founder) and Cait when we visited Melbourne. Since our dinner I have been reflecting on what James said about online communities like Ning. He said that a Ning community may initially start off well but in the long term will always struggle because for one simple reason — “ownership.” Firstly I should explain why am I worried about about online communities floundering. Well I do spend considerable…

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James Farmer on Identity, Ownership and Online Learning

James Farmer on Identity, Ownership and Online Learning

Leigh Blackall (Learn Online) has been running fantastic 10 minute online lecture series in New Zealand for Learning communities Aotearoa and I was fortunate to be invited to join some of the sessions. Unfortunately I missed James Farmer‘s session but I liked the recording so much that Leigh and James were nice enough to grant me permission to convert the audio into a video. So here is the video version of James’s talk on Identity, Ownership and Online Learning —…

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