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Building Personal Learning Networks

Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) within organisations can help break down silos, improve knowledge sharing and support ongoing social learning

Five steps in developing a Personal Learning Network (PLN) - Jisc RSC Blog

When I was younger, a personal learning network (PLN) used to be the conversations I would have with my friends when walking home from school. We'd chat about our lessons, what we had learned, our homework and so on, before arriving home and hitting the textbooks.

A look at how newly qualified teachers can build, grow and participate in networks for learning.

Using social media to develop your own personal learning network

Using Social Media to develop your own Personal Learning Network - Sue Beckingham and David Walker.

Harold Jarche on enterprise social networks

Ahead of his Learning Technologies 2014 conference talk on enterprise social networks, Harold Jarche shared what he would be talking about and how his networks helped him find an approach that would work for his client.

How to Recognize Snake Oil in Your Personal Learning Network

The Snake Oil Salesman. Despite how dated the term is - most hypotheses on the subject estimate it first being coined in the 19th century - the phrase still conjures up a standard vision of a man in the old west, well dressed, and selling the miracle elixir that will cure whatever ails you.

Sometimes You Just Need to Meet Your PLN Face-to-Face

I'm back! Did you miss me? After a 5 week holiday with my husband @TigerTex1 we are now back home, over the jet lag and begrudgingly settled into our routine of work and home. We did a Trafalgar guided tour of England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland.

How to grow a PLN

5 Steps to participate in and grow your network

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    I'm Director of Online Learning at Performance Learning Group and I'm passionate about helping create learning experiences that work more like the web.
    Find out more at www.plgrp.co.uk

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