Frequently, I receive requests like this: “I am a student at University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. I am working on a seminar work about formal and informal education. I would like to ask you about what is informal education, becouse I have problems with geting this information.”
You want to learn something, do some research before asking for help. Scholars can find hundreds of pages of my thoughts at jaycross.com, informl.com, and via Google. For the last decade, I have shared my research into eLearning, informal learning, workflow learning, social learning, learning architecture, and more on the web. Colleagues tell me I am generous to a fault.
Real learning can be hard work. It takes more than cutting and pasting responses from emails receiving in response to sloppily-asked questions. Follow the instructions in Eric Raymond’s How to Ask Questions. Then maybe I’ll answer you.