El blog de miguel angel rodriguez
totalmente de acuerdo con el planteamiento de clive. La colaboración social "asíncrona" para aprender es nueva en su utilzación y enfoque
Asynchronous social learning does, therefore, represent a significant new approach to learning, one which opens up possibilities that were previously impractical. Yes, it has been widely used in higher education for some time and, I suppose, happens informally every day on the Internet, but that does not mean that it’s not still a new way of looking at learning for millions of learning professionals and billions of students. We shouldn’t underestimate what opportunities we have, nor the extent of the change we are undergoing.