Editor’s note: Instructional designer Margaret Kelsey’s reflections on Learning Technologies 2013. The following paragraph sums it up well: ‘Thankfully, we are now entering this age of connectivism supported by technology because the human spirit is predisposed to seek, find, and explore; to hypothesize, synthesize, and analyze concepts; to share, connect and collaborate – all without imposed limitations. Witness the increase in home school programs for youth and online programs for adults; all self-directed learning.’
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