Connectedness Era

Divergence is as important as convergence.

New ways of working and health are related and interesting. Topics such as remote work, sitting and standing desks, walkability, wearable technologies and connected life spaces caught my attention. Deep-tech …

avigating Knowledge Flows Fast & Slow. There is value in going deeper into an uncertain and fragmented world. We think critically, respond, contribute to online conversations while adding value regarding the context. We connect, contribute and unplug when needed. 

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Some observations

“We’ll see if MOOCs bring about the democratisation of education or just the mass consumerisation of good lecturing.” — @gpetriglieri

If you explore the emerging trends in learning, you have not missed MOOCs’ emergence these days.

“A MOOC

Wander: how can we do so with creative generalists in our networked society?

On Generalists

“Not all those who wander are lost.” — J.R.R. Tolkien

“Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.”- E.B. White

Many people advocate …

Sensemaking: Why, What & How

n March 2013, I visited the exhibition ‘Soleil Froid [Cold Sun]’ at the Palais of Tokyo in Paris. The photo above makes me think of our pattern recognition and sensemaking abilities and practices. How …

Collective Learning: why, what and how?

This is a photo that was shot by @rotanarotana in the garden of the Museum Rodin, Paris, France.

Recently, after reading a great post from Gianpiero Petriglieri offering a different view on MOOCs, here is what I tweeted:

“Education is not just about skills, concepts, knowledge as commodity. It is also about

The Learning Journey of Rotana Ty

“Great post. You are really a dedicated learner. It is really a beauty to see the way you ‘Engage’ with networks as a part of your learning process. Single pointed and focused. Much to

Emergence

I am keen to continuously add value around shared interests for learning in each meaningful conversation and project. For any event, movement, relationship, feeling, or thinking I experience, I want to see what stands out and emerges — or