As the call for proposals to this special issue states, “the need to share our pedagogical knowledge is paramount.” We agree that “the assumptions underlying much of contemporary communication pedagogy are oversimplified and fraught with groundless stereotypes” and that pedagogical change amid the increasingly globalized and networked classroom has been too slow. Participants need multiple means to understand and increase their capacity for working interculturally and in global virtual teams. One such means is through the pedagogical deployment of personal learning networks.
Moses, Joseph and Duin, Ann Hill
"Intercultural Connectivism and Personal Learning Networks in Course Redesign,"
Journal of Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization: Vol. 8
Available at: https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/rpcg/vol8/iss1/3