Personal learning networks have always existed, but technology has put a new spin on how and where we connect with others. These days, personal learning networks, or PLNs, extend far beyond friends, family, coworkers, college classmates, and teachers, and can encompass experts and learners from around the world in just about any field.
The journal provides a venue for designers to share their knowledge-in-practice through rich representations of their designs and detailed discussion of decision-making. The aim of the journal is to support the production of high-quality precedent materials and to promote and demonstrate the value of doing so. Audiences for the journal include designers, teachers and students of design and scholars studying the practice of design.
Four hundred years ago, British philosopher Francis Bacon declared that "Knowledge is Power." And, until recently, many corporate leaders would have wholeheartedly agreed with him. This is very interesting.
Here I’m talking about any experience. You could be creating websites or software, or writing books, or designing products, or teaching classes, or producing events, or seeing patients. Whatever the case, what would you rather result from that experience: to be popular, or to create something that you yourself would be happy to receive?
That is a simple explanation of a badge and early badge adopters, like myself, began to see the importance of badges in the construction of one’s digital footprint. That is, if you are trying to use new media, like a blog, to construct a digital identity for yourself, then it’s important to convey your credibility to your audience. Really, the concept isn’t much different from a sheriff’s badge! But badges have evolved! And, with support from the MacArthur Foundation (a generous funder of HASTAC), the Mozilla Open Badge project will transform not only the nature of a badge but open doors for how they are used in formal and informal learning environments.
Educators should be asking about the specifics of the structural unemployed so that we can be diligent and immensely proactive about cultivating and educating our young people to be adults who are fully prepared to compete in the Digital Age, Creative Age, Post-Industrial Age, Collaborative Age - or whatever term you feel most aptly describes the world one must live and compete in today.
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