Knowledge Patterns/Key Contributors

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Kim Tucker[edit]

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Position Catalyst/ Researcher/ Editor/ Reviewer
Affiliation Freelance
Location Switzerland
Role Catalyst/ Facilitator/ Editor/ Reviewer
Brief Biography Kim Tucker is a researcher, writer, facilitator and catalyst interested in the global impact of technology and connected collaborative learning, and knowledge transfer across disciplines and divides.

He promotes free software and "libre knowledge" emphasising the freedoms users of "libre resources" should enjoy to permit unrestrained social contructionist learning in the connected "copy modify mix and share" culture.