Count me in, too. Chronotopes and virtual learning spaces.
PS. Since I don't really believe in a radical dichotomy of virtual and
"real" spaces, I guess that means I might have something to say about many
sorts of learning spaces/places/pathways.
At 05:40 PM 3/4/2005, you wrote:
>Here are a few of the folks working in "the neighborhood of," to use
>Hardy's phrase, chronotopes and formal and informal learning spaces.
>In the states: Kevin Leander and Eugene Matusov and others
>And, in Australia: Elizabeth Hirst, Alex Kostogriz, Peter Renshaw, Ray
>Brown, and myself.
>Dr. Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur
>The University of Queensland
>School of Education
>S-512 Social Sciences Building
>St. Lucia 4072 QLD
>Phone +61 7 3365 6649
>Fax +61 7 3365 7199
>CRICOS Provider Number: 000025B
University of Michigan
School of Education
610 East University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
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