Aggregated resources for e-learning. Essentially, this aggregates feeds from a large number of e-learning-related blogs and lets you do a metasearch across them. You can also browse by keyword, tools, and companies.
Another set of notes from Nancy White’s discussion for CCK08. Where my notes focused heavily on what Nancy and Stephen was saying, Diego did a much better job of capturing and summarizing the chat conversation.
IRRODL article on connectivism, looking at its connections to past theories and critics. The authors conclude that while education is undergoing signficant changes, connectivism isn’t different enough to be a learning theory on its own. However, they say it does have an important role to play in education as learners gain more independent control.