Thursday, February 02, 2006

Censorship in learning

There's an interesting situation developing about the views of (of all unlikely pairings) North Korea and South Australia with regard to web-based learning. Bill Kerr (a new name to me) is someone at the coalface, and his post reveals some of the frustration he feels. This has led to responses from people as far apart (in many senses) as Leigh Blackhall and Stephen Downes.

It's an interesting debate, and one on which my views are in a state of flux. Just when I think I have a handle on what I think as a learning professional, I ask myself if I would be happy with that stance as a parent, which usually causes a rethink.

Hmm. This is one to revisit.

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