'Microcontent, Web 2.0, and the Knowledge Home'
AbstractRead more [via Arnaud Leene]
The Web is rapidly evolving towards a much more dynamic and broadly participative medium. In the Web 2.0, everyone can, and many people indeed do, become creators. Content from a rapidly widening array of sources becomes available as digital flows of reusable/remixable objects. In this context, learners are empowered to create personal learning environments. This contribution seeks to illustrate through concrete examples how this is happening, and tease out salient implications of this transition: learning becomes networked and personalized; valuable learning resources become increasingly easy to find; and collaborative, constructivist learning is enabled.
Tags: Microlearning, Constructivism