Tuesday, November 12, 2002

I continue to revisit some of the sites I've been to over the past year to see what's "the latest" from those that have shaped my notion of "objects" as they relate to education and learning.

Those familiar with the model I've produced for the SMART Education Object will know that the work of David Wiley -- specifically "online self-organizing social systems (OSOSS)" -- forms the basis of the model.

I visited Dr. Wiley's site again today and found that he's posted several presentations related to his ongoing work on objects.

Use the "Page Down" key to scroll through the *.PPT presentations at the link above.

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