Change11: Connectives, Collectives

The position paper by Allison Littlejohn and her presentation leaves me a bit challenged, particularly in terms of the vocabulary. If you recall, there was a large amount of discussion in CCK around groups vs. networks (and Terry Anderson's session here), collective vs. connectives, the entire crowdsourcing hype (p16 on Paul Anderson's What is Web 2.0), the Critical Literacies MOOC and... Continue Reading →

CCK11: Myths of Connectionism

I found this interesting article by István S. N. Berkeley called Some Myths of Connectionism. He starts by stating: These myths are often repeated claims that have been made about connectionist systems, which when closely scrutinized, fail to be adequately justified, or properly qualified. In some instances, such claims are simply false. The myths that... Continue Reading →

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