and bounded online spaces, we cannot easily share what we are doing with a wider audience, nor can we invite our networks into our learning community. The message remains: what we do here is separate from all else we do. Formal learning is divorced from rather than integrated with informal learning practices and networks." -- Catherine Cronin creative commons licensed (BY-SA) flickr photo by cogdogblog: http://flickr.com/photos/cogdog/5925474994
that by narrating our work, we can perhaps restore some of what was lost when factories and then ofﬁces made work opaque and not easily observable. Software developers are in the vanguard of this reintegration, because our work processes as well as our work processes are fully mediated by digital networks. But it can happen in other lines of work too, and I’m sure it will.
72, can make videos, that tell my story beautifully, thoughtfully, and truthfully. The community aspect gives me the security that, no how busy I am with other things, I can always "drop into" ds106 and continue to learn more. http://margaretherrick.com/blog/