Social Learning and My ‘Best Of’ List From DevLearn11


Best of Social Learning - DevLearn 2011 (v-1.0)|3.99 MB|downloads: 836
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When I hit DevLearn11 last week, I was definitely out looking for case studies in social learning.  And I found them.

The mindmap above is the result of scrubbing through all the daily DevLearn notes I shared with you last week and then pulling from them only the top 6 events that were the most compelling for me in terms of case studies and practical applications (in the case of topic sessions), or in terms of visionary thought (in the case of general session keynotes).

As in the notes I shared with you last week, the notes above contain curated references and links to related information that should be helpful to you if you share a similar interest as I on the topic of social learning.

If you have additional references you think might interest other visitors to this blog, please share them in the comments below.  Thanks!


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