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What’s the Argument from Authority?

The argument from authority is a logical fallacy to validate opinions because they come from someone instead of using a logical demonstration. + a bit…
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“Everything has something to learn from, if you can find it” La duquesa

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Teal Organizations and Knowledge Generation. Notes.

To overlap knowledge generation and use you need no central point where knowledge is managed (Think management as validation and distribution control)

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Bye, information certitude! Hi, Knowledge Fuzziness.

Uncertainty areas are widening as Kruger said. Bye-bye to comfortably lie over certitudes. Bye, information certitude! Hi, Knowledge Fuzziness.

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What’s the Argument from Authority?

The argument from authority is a logical fallacy to validate opinions because they come from someone instead of using a logical demonstration. + a bit of history.

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Palimpsests. Overlapping Knowledge generation and use in fast-paced Organizations.

In fast-paced environments books are not useful. Individuals are collaboratively and continuously creating a Knowledge Palimpsest as a learning community with shared purpose.

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Fundamentals of remote training for companies

Fundamentals of remote training for companies. Some directions to apply connectivism and constructivism on your company trainings and learning strategy.

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Knowledge, Language, and Communication. Concept map.

We are born being animals and become humans through social interaction and communication / language. Here it is a concept map depicting these relationships.

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Impact measures, anti-science and ethics.

The idea of having shamans checking any research article against their standards to validate their inclusion in the Mount Olympus research journals is…

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Postmodern Narrative in Bourdieu, ‘The reproduction’

Bourdieu is that guy who sometimes speaks about pedagogy or education, the same man who researched about Algeria Anthropology and even wrote articles about the economy. The book he presented with Passeron, ‘La reproduction’, should be included in the top books about education. This book is amazing because of what it says and, even more, how it says it. Instead…

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Could knowledge be greasy?

Training makes you stupid? I have just reread an article about Learning Obesity I bookmarked some time ago, and I can’t avoid writing several notes. The Learning Obesity concept is clearly explained at http://www.ravinglearnatics.com/2012/06/learning-obesity.html Briefly: In the same way that if you eat more than you need to you will become fat, mental obesity takes part when you learn more…

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#BufferCulture2Learning: A toolbox to enforce horizontal emancipatory learning communities’ culture.

Buffer is an amazing social tool. But Buffer has something even better: the buffer  culture. Buffer teams are postfordist and distributed (dispersed, to be more precise) and they are determined to act in a canonically transparent incomparable way. Sound awesome? It is. They have assessed the Buffer culture in 10 values to rule this globally-spread team with a common goal.

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