eLearning Papers 26 Online: Social networking supporting learning
These papers strongly demonstrate the possibilities of peer-learning. One of the papers reflects the change of focus in open education, from open educational resources to a use of resources with social media tools. Around open educational resources, one can build fruitful communities of practice. Also discussed in this issue is the way in which social networks can provide rich and efficient personal learning environments, and the still persistent need for curricular activities and learning design to get the best results.
This issue of eLearning Papers’ on social networking supporting learning is a collage: an assemblage of current cases, practices and theory. This is a vision of the field today, but the story will continue.