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Jane Hart and Jay Cross will be leading sessions at Learning Technologies in London January 28-29.

See Jane’s articles on Social media and Learning (and continuing here). Here’s Jay’s screed on Learning for the 21st Century and a snippet on Internet acculturation and new values for learning.

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