Here is the blog roll on a page.
This year 2011 in review, about Bloggers whom I know:
Stephen shared his valuable experience on blogging here, which is enlightening. George provided wonderful insights through his blog and the one on Connectivism. Dave’s posts on rhizomatic learning are refreshing. Steve has encouraged more teachers to blog through his compelling post. Nancy White shared her social artistry here with lots of wonderful experience. Jim Groom shared some of the most wonderful posts and artifacts here. David Wiley on Open education is fantastic. Jenny has posted many thoughts provoking posts throughout the Change11, and this Selfish blogger is an eye opener for me.
You would surely won’t like to miss: Alec Couros, Martin Weller, Tony Bates, Dave Snowden, Graham Attwell, Roy Williams, Frances Bell, Matthias Melcher, Rita Kop, ZaidLearn, Nellie Deutsch
There are many prominent bloggers here: Jane Hart, Jay Cross, Clark Quinn, Harold Jarche.
Here on Change11 Facilitators
Valerie Irvine and Jillianne Code
Ashwin Ram & Mike McCracken
Here on PLENK2010 Facilitators
On Communities of Practice
On Social Media
Here is a list of Workplace Learning Professionals
Here is a list of favourites from Heli in PLENK2010:
Alan Cooper blog a careful and honest thinker
Barbara Fillip blog I recognize something of myself here or did I imagine?
Chris Jobling blog – Fresh and crispy! I love the heading
Chris Saeger blog with a beautiful Plenk heading
Maria Fernanda Arenas blog – she participated CritLit
Lindsay Jordan blog – University of the Arts London
Sean Fitzgerald blog -MOOC is like dining at a banquet (post 18.9.)
Martin Weller blog
Steve MacKenzie blog -CritLit
Steve Wheeler blog
Niklas Karlsson blog from Sweden
Linn Gustavsson blog from Sweden
John King blog – Just retired and still a student
Roland Legrand blog
Zaid Ali Alsagoff blog
Jarmo Talvivaara blog
Mc Morgan blog
Mohsen Saadatmand blog – a researcher in Helsink
Thanks to Heli for her precious sharing of the above links to participants.
My favourites here (MOOCs):
you don’t mention my blog but you use it – better in that way 🙂
Sorry that I haven’t done it explicitly. I will add it back. Thanks for reminding me 🙂 John
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Thanks for this helpful list of blogs. Good work!
This is a very useful list! Thanks very much. I wanted to invite my colleagues to have a peek into the change11 and CCK12 MOOCs, and this gives me a good post to direct them to. I just subscribed to your Scoop.it list (http://www.scoop.it/t/open-networked-social-learning/).
Thanks for your kind words. Your colleagues are all welcome to join in, and to share together.
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Great list – very handy! Thanks John!
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