Steve Godwin has just posted his interpretation of one of the sessions at the OpenLearn conference - using Compendium. Will post later on reflections on Simon Buckingham Shum’s talk on knowledge mapping (and in particular Compendium and the new tool they are developing Cohere). It’s interesting that quite a few people are playing with visually mapping the discourse from the conference - see Eric Duval’s map and also Simon Buckingham Shum’s blog and map about the keynote yesterday. John Seely Brown was talking last night about new literacies which are needed in today’s technology-enhanced environment and this was a key aspect of Simon’s talk. We clearly need to explore more the different ways in which knowledge can be represented - visual, textual and other… Steve if you read this would be interesting to hear your comments on the process of using Compendium, did it make you think differently?