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    Tessa Gray
    Six degrees of separation
    9 November
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    Six degrees of separation Mōrena whānau, we have now welcomed nearly 2,500 community members to edSpace and now I'm wondering, how we are all connected here?

    We've all heard six degrees of separation (often less for kiwis), so how are we all linked as community members? EG: Do you work together? Have you found and friended other people in edSpace? Or do you have common interests with other members, joined the same group? Or been to uLearn18 recently? It might be that you have one connection with someone you didn't know before now.

    You can post your connection stories below. IE: Me > Jeffrey > Maia > Anahera > Mark 

    Let's see how we've become a whānau together online. smiley

    Image source: Daniel, Wikipedia Commons: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0

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