Ignite Talks



Start Date

22-5-2014 1:15 PM

End Date

22-5-2014 2:15 PM


Connectivism is an epistemological approach to learning grounded in the interactions within networks (Downes, 2012). What does Connectivism look like in an online course? How do librarians and information literacy instruction fit in? Based on our research at Western University, we will introduce you to Connectivist learning theory and its potential uses.

Streaming Media


May 22nd, 1:15 PM May 22nd, 2:15 PM

Connectivist Learning and the Role of Librarians



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