Connectivism: a network theory for teaching and learning in a connected world

@inproceedings{Bell2009ConnectivismAN,
  title={Connectivism: a network theory for teaching and learning in a connected world},
  author={Felicity Bell},
  year={2009}
}
Introduction Connecting to people and resources online is no longer something that takes place mainly in our place of study or work: we are also ‘connected’ in our homes and even on our journey on the way to and from university. In 1998, 9% of UK homes had access to the Internet, compared with 61% in 2007 (84% of which had broadband access). In higher education, we have moved in little more than 10 years from a situation where most students and staff gained Internet access through their… CONTINUE READING