Serendipity 2.0: Missing Third Place of Learning

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Serendipity 2.0: Missing Third Place of Learning

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this reminds me of my archives paper.. drifting and learning in archives. well at least the title does. it takes some time to pick up speed, but then the presentation gets pretty interesting.

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0 comments on “Serendipity 2.0: Missing Third Place of Learning

  1. jason says:

    yawn. another dweeb who thinks something’s missing merely because they weren’t paying attention. McLuhan vs Frye’s a good example. Than checking out Philip Jackson and Elliot Eisner would help.

    If I claimed I’d invented radio just because I’d never seen on, I’d get laughted at… but anyone seems to be able to think they’ve discovered something new in learning without ever looking to see what’s there.

    Oh, just a rant. I’m sure all homework was done.