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Personal Learning Networks
By: Kellen Rey
ETEC 642 Summer 13

What is a Personal Learning Network?
Mobile environment where individuals can gather synchronously and/or asynchronously and share information, collaborating collectively over a common goal.
Resources Used
1. Estellés, E., Del Moral, E., & González, F. (2010). Social bookmarking tools as facilitators of learning and research collaborative processes: The Diigo case. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, 6(1), 175-191.

2. Kurshan, B. B. (2008). OER Models that Build a Culture of Collaboration: A Case Exemplified by Curriki. eLearning Papers, (10), 3.

www.marketwire.com
Online community where users can create and share their ideas for helping the learning process with other educators.
Over 50,000 resources for educators to use.
Resources shared under Creative Commons.
Diigo
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Diigo.svg
A cloud-based Personal Information Management (PIM) system where users can bookmark web pages that can be accessed via different web browsers and different computers.
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