Wikiworld


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  1. GDS said,

    I’m waiting for that book. I’m interested in media education and critical education and I’m trying to do my phd in that area (I’m doing netnography in virtual country and I’m interesting in creating new media edutopia in grasroots virtual countries and new possibilities of educating active citizenship basing on virtual micronations).

    I am inspired by free software movement, free culture, critical pedagogy and trying to merge this ideas to work for better education in the networked wolrd.

    Are you going to publish “Wikiworld” both on paper and free in the network?

    Greetings.

  2. jsuorant said,

    Dear GDS,

    It’s good to hear about your interests which link to ours & so many others. The book will be out first as free pdf in this and other sites such paulofreirefinland.org in few weeks time. And maybe later as a hard copy, too.

    Best regards,

    Juha

  3. Anne Beech said,

    Just wondering if Pluto Press could help on the publishing side of things?

  4. jsuorant said,

    Dear Anne,

    All help is highly appreciated! Pluto Press would be a very welcome partner for us. What did you have in mind to proceed?

  5. Gaston Roberge said,

    Dear Authors
    I have started to read Wiki World and I cannot wait to thank you for having produced this book. You may like to know that I myself am writing a book: Manushbani: being a human under the empire of mind. You can see why I like your book.
    Congratulations,
    Gaston Roberge

    • Deon said,

      Normally I’m against killing but this article sleethgarud my ignorance.


  6. […] At the same time, social media and other digital tools have been praised for their democratic potential. For instance, some suggest that these technologies have enabled individuals to turn to others rather than institutions, as well as challenge mechanical models of institutions and produce new forms of collaboration economies (e.g., Li and Bernoff 2011, Notter and Grant 2012, and Tapscott and Williams 2008). Others argue that these can enhance efforts for social action by promoting alternatives for group formation without the conventional costs that limit their effectiveness and that, through a participatory culture, access cognitive surpluses in the aggregate time of educated populations for increased generosity and creativity in a connected world (e.g., Shirky 2008 and 2010). Still others advocate these technologies as ways to supplement traditional approaches to education even as some remind us that these technologies cannot be separated from larger social, economic, and political formations (e.g., Lewin 2013,McChesney 2013, and Suoranta and Vadén 2008). […]


  7. […] At the same time, social media and other digital tools have been praised for their democratic potential. For instance, some suggest that these technologies have enabled individuals to turn to others rather than institutions, as well as challenge mechanical models of institutions and produce new forms of collaboration economies (e.g., Li and Bernoff 2011, Notter and Grant 2012, and Tapscott and Williams 2008). Others argue that these can enhance efforts for social action by promoting alternatives for group formation without the conventional costs that limit their effectiveness and that, through a participatory culture, access cognitive surpluses in the aggregate time of educated populations for increased generosity and creativity in a connected world (e.g., Shirky 2008 and 2010). Still others advocate these technologies as ways to supplement traditional approaches to education even as some remind us that these technologies cannot be separated from larger social, economic, and political formations (e.g., Lewin 2013, McChesney 2013, and Suoranta and Vadén 2008). […]


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