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  Monday, March 10, 2003

  Blogging: storytelling and listening (2)

Sebastian Fiedler summarises Ton's reflections about blogging from learning perspective:

Ton's post captures some of the most interesting aspects of personal Webpublishing for the self-organized adult learner. Ton characterizes his personal learning as...

  • an evolutionary process
  • sharing of information through dialogues
  • "listening" to multiple sources
  • pretty chaotic and semi-random

Now how can personal Webpublishing support this kind of evolutionary and mostly undetermined learning process?

Ton claims the following benefits of personal Webpublishing for his learning:

  • the telling of personal "stories" supports the contextualization of information
  • it supports the integration and interpretation of various sources
  • making the personal stories public invites "listeners"
  • a chronological "trace" of his learning process is created and can be revisited by himself and others

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