When I traveled recently in Germany on holiday, it was at the end of the #rhizo15 experience, when we were challenged en masse to reconsider learning objectives and even course (learning) content itself. While the formal period of this is now behind us, I find I need some form of closure (even for a course that does not, really, have an actual end). I have been trying to formulate what I learned in the #rhizo15 “course” for some time, and I realize I just need to write about it and see how it resonates.
Rhizomatic learning in the #rhizo15 experience covered roughly Continue reading “When My Reality Is THE Reality”
As a follow-up, or rather continuation, to my last post on a Rhizomatic ANT in Germany, I have been thinking about the role our ideas play in helping (challenging? confronting? supporting?) us move our actions forward. While traveling, I find myself coming back again and again to the single web presence to help me plan for and navigate, my trip: Google.
Who doesn’t use Google, after all?
That may be one of its benefits / strengths . . . or one of its weaknesses.
Whether for drafting Continue reading “Using Google via a German Actor-Network”
Here I am in Germany for my first holiday in five years, and while there is a nasty train strike going on across the country, I still somehow find myself on one of the trains that is running thinking about our #rhizo15 time together (and alone), especially as the informally formal part of it is nearing its end.
I posted a question in the #rhizo15 Facebook group about any experiences people had or thought about regarding travel and the rhizome, and I got the most interesting responses that helped push my thinking a bit further. In some ways, I have started to rely on this, my informal network, and can even envision maintaining contact with some of my new colleagues from here. Anyway, I digress.
There I was walking through Munich and I found myself in an antique coin dealer’s shop where a World War II era coin was of interest and shortly thereafter purchased by one of my travel partners. Never much interested in coins, I did not at first pay attention to it until I noticed its date. Odd that the coin at first seemed Continue reading “A Rhizomatic ANT In Germany”
I visited Munich, my first time in Germany, while on my way to the Networked Learning Conference 2010 (NLC2010) in Aalborg, Denmark. What a beautiful city and a warm and friendly people.
I uploaded my Munich photos to Flickr, so click the image to see the others I took during my stay.