This week, I started a free course on Connectivism and Connected Knowledge (#CCK11). On week 1 we work on the definition of Connectivism (what is). In some few words, "connectivism is the thesis that knowledge is distributed across a network of connections, and therefore that learning consists of the ability to construct and traverse those networks" . It is a strange thought since it's easy to believe that knowledge is distributed but not so easy to understand how learning occurs when you construct and traverse the network. Learning being an intimate and internal "affair" happening when out of the chaos one gets some pattern or out of meaningless one sees meaning. Is Connectivism a new way of learning?. Hope soon I will be able to "see" and to answer.
Also, I'm a little overwhelmed by the number and diversity of my colleague students enrolled in the course.
Finally, I'm excited by the possibility to learn, to network and to see the world from a different perspective
Viva el Conectivismo !
 What is Connectivism.