... Welcome to Learning-affordances.

Moving on to resonances of knowledge/s ... Some things are prescient/resonant, sometimes positively (sometimes not). The powerful ones function like what Ezra Pound defined as poetry: "news that is always news", e.g. Joan Miro's piece on war (and refugees?) in the Mediterranean ...

Joan Miro

Slow day

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This is a reverse perspective of the one 'below'.
The question is: What are the affordances of
Emerging MOONs (Massive Open Online Networks)?
(Click on the picture for more ... )

< < < < You have to answer this one yourself:

What is the affordance here?

(Click on the picture if you need a clue).


Now this is the kind of affordance I like ....

Queensland solar 2014 07.png
Solar has won?
Zero growth: see here ...

You are what you use (from a young age)

The Catholic Church was right- "give me a child till the age of 7 (or 6, now)and I will give you the wo/man"


And what does this bridge ...

have to do with affordances?

Think, ask a friend, chat to someone, walk across it if you're in London.

And if you're still puzzled, click on the image ....

Popes and Chairs.png

.......And what's going on here?

if you're still puzzled, click on the image ....

This is a wiki for everyone interested in Affordances for Learning.
It was originally the wiki about the Affordances for Learning research project, funded by the HEA E-Learning Research Observatory, which ran from January 2008 - December 2008.

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Roy (dustcube).