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What is Connected Learning?

"Connected learning is rooted in the active participation of students, instructors, advisors, and collaborators, offering the ability to connect courses, people, and resources to develop unique personalized learning pathways. This vision of education is of particular interest to those concerned with learner success and the growing role that collaboration plays in all facets of higher education." 7 Things You Should Know About Connected Learning, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, May 2013. For further exploration of this emerging concept, access the following events resources.

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EDUCAUSE Sprint 2013, July 30–August 1. During this free, online progam we explored the theme of Beyond MOOCs: Is IT Creating a New, Connected Age? Each day the community shared thoughts and ideas through webinars, articles, videos, and online discussions on the daily topics. The Sprint Summary is now available.

 
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