So George Siemens and Stephen Downes are leading a course entitled "Connectivism & Connective Knowledge." The course has an insane number of students (something like over 2,000) - probably speaking to both the interest in the topic and the reputation of the two leaders.
Now sometime soon, I hope to have an interview with George Siemens about this class - details when they become available - but I did want to go ahead and point to one of the lessons from the class so far. We all talk a lot about networks these days but few of us - actually damn few of us - know more about networks than Valdis Krebs.
Thanks to CCK '08, we now have this post outlining Krebs' talk on networks, this copy of slides on the same and this recording of the presentation - do say nothing of the follow-up discussion of networked learning between George and Stephen.