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Connections and Conversations: What happens to content? George Siemens WIAOC 2007
"Networks are the language of our times, but our institutions are not programmed to understand them. McCarthy, Miller, & Skidmore
Moving into ambiguity…
"The chief cause of problems is solutions." Eric Sevareid
The participants Content Institution Educator Learner
Parallel to the music, radio, news, TV Content Resource creator Distributor/marketer/promoter Person viewing/listening the resource
Content Trends Authority shift UGC Collective Cycle disruption: Creation, Distribution, Discussion
Hell is the place where nothing connects TS Eliot
Networks hold (are) knowledge The presence of c changes the meaning of a and b
Understanding is a function of nature of connections
http://missgriffis.wordpress.com/http://missgriffis.wordpress.com/ - Glenbow Museum
Not all content is created equal Conceptual Expression of conceptual Information/research Entertainment Factors: $$ and Expertise
Seeking Balance Gradients & nuances Varying presence of participant Formal vs informal Expert vs amateur
Type of content Life of content type
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