Hey--there's a great learning opportunity available to anyone who read the last Harry Potter. It's absolutely fascinating.
If you go to Wikipedia, you can see the latest: there's pretty complete coverage. (In fact, the start of it was there almost immediately after the book came out.) The interesting thing is that this is an example of social knowledge being formed and going through a process of evolution right before our eyes. There are a lot of people visiting the site right now; the topic is new. We can check out how large-scale pooling of views and facts creates knowledge. Is it accurate? Is it unbiased? Is it changing regularly? If you have any interest, check it out. I won't leave the link; you know how to get there. I don't want to put any temptation in the paths of people who are still reading the book! Shhhhhh.....
Tags: Harry+Potter, constructivist, wikipedia, wikis
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