“Computing Means Connecting” By Dave Tosh

Dave Tosh has posted an excellent PowerPoint resource which was recently presented at a Knowledge Lab event in Denmark. I’m especially appreciate of the Tosh’s treatment of the idea of personal space vs. public space, and what bridging these areas might look like in practice. I am aware of these dimensions in my own practice, but the on-going struggle for me as a teacher has been to move my students in the direction where their learning space is significantly connected to their personal online space. It’s coming (I’ll get ’em this semester), but in many cases, there’s still a rigid disconnect.

The presentation is excellent, and points to many strong resources in the field. Check it out.

Update: Now that I am finally caught up on reading OLDaily from this last week, I realize that Stephen Downes pointed to this a few days ago.

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  1. Alec,

    This is something I hadn’t thought of much but after looking at the presentation, I had more questions than answers. Perhaps this might be a possible Posse topic. I’d like to hear your thoughts on this concept.

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