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Rhizomatic learning uses the botanical metaphor of the rhizome to describe the complex and often messy nature of learning. We organise information more like a rhizome or constellation and less like a hierarchical tree structure.
Learning is not the filling of a cup, but the kindling of a fire.
Each article is links to and is linked by other related articles. This is how we solve problems, this is how we integrate new bits of information and context. Start anywhere and follow the related links to flesh out your understanding of any of the definitions, concepts and practices.