S is for Stephen

From research infrastructures ,reflections on the changes in the nature of research practices, to the significance of open access and how Connectivism occurs in classrooms, Stephen Downes explains all  – and more – with clarity, enthusiasm and joyous energy.

Thank you Stephen for your time, participation – and inspirational explanations!

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12 comments on “S is for Stephen

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  7. Kraig Saddat says:

    interesting information, thanks. hope you write some more posts soon.

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