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Concluding Graph


E-Learning 3.0 - Graph Nov 10, 2018 video The graph is the conceptual basis for web3 networks. A graph is a distributed representation of a state of affairs created by our interactions with each other. The graph is at once the outcome of these interactions and the source of truth about those states of affairs. URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiaxHxiN_IA


E-Learning 3.0, Part 3: Graph
Stephen Downes, 2018/11/10


E-Learning 3.0: Conversation With Ben Werdmuller
jennymackness, e-learning 3.0 – Jenny Connected,

The guest for this third week of Stephen Downes’ E-Learning 3.0 MOOC was Ben Werdmuller. I took a screenshot from the Hangout, because he has such a winning smile. Just what you need for a difficult topic! These weekly conversations… Continue reading →

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The Unseen Cloud And The Nature Of Learning
dogtrax, EL30 – Kevin's Meandering Mind, 2018/11/10

Stephen Downes, of E-Learning 3.0,  consolidates his thinking on “the Cloud” with the lines above, which intrigue me as a writer, teacher, learner. I don’t have a clear sense of what it means for me yet so I am in the “mulling something profound” stage. (And I am already behind in this course, as Stephen […]

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A Comic Reaction To The Data Visualization
dogtrax, EL30 – Kevin's Meandering Mind, 2018/11/10

Greg kindly shared out a data visualization of some #DS106 connections. Graph of ds106 interlinked blog posts, 9/20/2012 1:15:18 PM, 1220: https://t.co/wJs6zaAVbP — Greg McVerry (@jgmac1106) November 1, 2018 Although I didn’t quite know what it all meant — even though the focus of the E-Lit 3.0 course that I am watching from afar is […]

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#El30 Technical: How I Created My Task
x28, EL30 – x28's new Blog, 2018/11/10

If you want to try it yourself, here is my stuff.
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#EL30 Graph task | x28's new Blog
x28, EL30 – x28's new Blog, 2018/11/10

My task for you involves some concepts from the synopsis texts, and you should connect and annotate them.
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Graph #El30 Week 3
Laura, lauraritchie.com, 2018/11/10

Stephen has tasked us all with creating a graph of some sort for #el30 this week. Questions that came into my mind were: What are the parameters? How do they interact? How can I make visible the potentials? I’m thinking of learning and what’s visible, what we bring, resources, and what is ideal to implement […] The post Graph #el30 Week 3 appeared first on lauraritchie.com.

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This week's task has three parts
  1. Create a model graph of some aspect of the E-Learning 3.0 course (it doesn't have to be an actual graph, only a representation of what an actual graph might look like. We've already seen, eg., graphs on the relations between people in the course. Could there be other types of graphs?
  2. In your model, consider how the states of the entities in that graph might vary. Consider not only how nodes might vary (eg., a person might have a different height over time) but also how the edges might vary (eg., a person might have a different strength of relation (calculated how?) with another person over time).
  3. In your model, consider how knowledge about the changes in states in the graph might be used.
Record the results in your blog or website. And share with #el30.

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