Earlier on this week, the e-Learning team at the University of Bath attended a staff development session from Steve Wheeler [profile | blog], a Senior Lecturer in Education and Information Technology at the University of Plymouth. The session itself has been reflected in part elsewhere, so I’m going to focus my own efforts on something Steve highlighted during the morning, Rhizomatic Learning.
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