clrn-l -- Connected Learning Research Network


About clrn-l

The clrn-l discussion list is maintained by the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub, housed at the University of California Humanities Research Institute. It is intended to serve as a forum in which researchers, practitioners, platform/technology developers, and interest-based communities can dialogue about Connected Learning. It provides a community interested in sharing information, discussing key research interests and concerns, and networking with scholars from across disciplines and at all career levels and research environments.

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List Rules

Diverse opinions are welcome. The readership of clrn-l includes people from a wide variety of professional, disciplinary, methodological, and national traditions. List participants are expected to respect these differences. We ask that you maintain a tone of civility and use good judgment in your posts: disagreements are to be expected, but blatant rudeness, personal attacks, lack of respect, and monopolization of clrn-l to further one's own agenda are not expected nor will they be tolerated.

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