Motivations and Contexts

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By George Pór 

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Abstract & References

1. Motivation and Contexts -current page
2. Social Theory of Learning
3. Biomimicry-inspired Learning Theories
4. Connectivism
5. Wildfire Learning
6. Crowd-Accelerated Innovation
7. Federating Social Learning Theories
8. Process Design Methodologies
9. Course Development Patterns
10. Issues for Further Research

 The motivation of writing this paper is to create a few nodes in the ecosystem of knowledge contributing to:

• the pedagogy of federated courses and the methodology of designing them

• structures and processes that support lifelong learning

• new perspectives on organizational learning, knowledge management, and communities of practice

• social learning as pre-requisite to a learning society

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