My new post for Digital Media and Learning:
Digital maps allow us to map our journeys across times and places, linking virtual information to physical locations. What do digital maps teach us about how to see the world and our place in it and what kinds of navigations do they make possible? What opportunities do digital maps offer for mapping our learning journeys across school, home and other spaces and times?
read the full post at: Mapping Our Learning Worlds | DMLcentral.
In this post I was trying to think about what sorts of logics we encode in our maps of the world, and how that shapes our understanding of our world. And given that digital maps allow us to map all kinds of experience, not just the physically geographical, what kinds of logics are we using when we talk about mapping our learning across different kinds of spaces – and how might that make some kinds of learning more possible than others?