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Build the Society That Pleases You Most

SenseCamp Bruxelles 20 September 2014

Many things have developed in the WikiQuals world without my reporting them here. Some new Sqolars, a couple of public presentations, the putative opening of the WikiQuals Open Learning Lab at LKL and a workshop at the Wikipedia conference, Wikimania, held at the Barbican in London last month.

Make Sense ran a HoldUp at Wikimania to discuss how to take WikiQuals forward, which was very successful in develop some interesting ideas that I am acting, whilst also confirming the value of the WikiQuals Open Learning Lab idea. As a consequence I am giving a talk called Build the Society That Pleases You Most at SenseCamp tomorrow, about emergence & social change.

 

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About fred6368

Visiting Researcher at the London Knowledge Lab Member of the Learner-Generated Contexts Group Social Improv & #Heutagogy Contextualist & CyberSalonista Participatory City Beatles & World Music Fan Working on #WikiQuals

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