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3 Comments

  1. February 2, 2006    

    Dr. Anderson,
    Why are you calling learning platforms social software?
    Have I missed a previous posted article?

  2. February 2, 2006    

    Shawn, I don’t think I am saying that Learning platforms (LMS) are social software, but they often contain modules that fill the same fucntion as some forms of social software – like email, homepages and conferencing. The definition of social software is still quite amorphous and not just a little confusing.
    Terry

  3. shawn draisey shawn draisey
    February 16, 2006    

    I am sorry I have not replied. I am interested in the term social software. Some people still consider it technical stuff. Am i to presuppose that for most people a paradigm shift has already occurred to their realtionship with technology?

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