Peer Learning Handbook |

Interesting and free evolving handbook for learning with and from others without formal structures and courses.

It’s a little overblown in singing its own praises and a little lacking in much substance yet, not to mention having a cringeworthy (albeit memorable and descriptive) name. But it is still evolving and there are some very sound ideas from the connectivist family gathered together here in a very digestible, non-scholarly, practical form, from a number of excellent thinkers, and it is nice to see that it practices what it preaches. A worthwhile resource that should help to move things forward in useful ways.

Address of the bookmark:

I am a professional learner, employed as a Full Professor and Associate Dean, Learning & Assessment, at Athabasca University, where I research lots of things broadly in the area of learning and technology, and I teach mainly in the School of Computing & Information Systems. I am a proud Canadian, though I was born in the UK. I am married, with two grown-up children, and three growing-up grandchildren. We all live in beautiful Vancouver.

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