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BELONGING PART 2: BELONGING AND INFORMATION ABUNDANCE Clarissa Sorensen-Unruh

You know that feeling when all of your neurons seem to be firing at once? That’s how I felt throughout reading and after finishing Dave Cormier’s excellent book Learning in the Time of Abundance: Community is the Curriculum. It’s like my unconscious mind had been spinning on a dual-part question – why is everything so much harder than it used to be and how do I balance it all? – that I hadn’t quite formed, let alone found an answer to, and Dave’s book helped me normalize the question and *maybe* find an iota of peace in the uncertainty and changing nature of the answer (?!?!?). https://clarissasorensenunruh.com/2024/03/11/belonging-part-2-belonging-and-information-abundance/

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Dave Cormier, Musk, and Climate Change: A review of “Learning in a Time of Abundance”.

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“Let’s start with Cormier’s Book. I’m oversimplifying his arguments, but essentially he argues (very well) that we are living in a time of information abundance. This means that it can seem that we are faced with an overwhelming volume of information that transcends our ability to thoroughly scrutinize it. Cormier’s book is an attempt to equip us with the knowledge to navigate learning in our digital society, in uncertain times, and a time when some people use information as a weapon, his book is a guide to deciphering truth in a time when information is growing exponentially. “

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