What learning looks like for me: my Personal Learning Environment (PLE) and my place of business in learning
“An uncanny digital pedagogy concerned with ghostliness of place would take a
confident stance toward its own ‘otherness’, using the multiple, disaggregated and public nodes
of the read–write web as places to conduct its business” (Bayne, 8).
Bayne, S. (2010). Academetron, automaton, phantom: uncanny digital pedagogies. London Review of Education, 8/1, 5-13.