There are so many ways to “take” this phrase. Knowledge can move from person to person, group to group or country to country. The internet has changed the fluidity of knowledge. A greater variety of knowledge is available at less cost to more people than every before in history. And yes there is no citation for this. Knowledge can be mobilized when you find information that you didn’t know that you need to know and you apply it. From a blog written by Heide Estes called Blogging and Academic Identity I found the following. She has a disability, usually only part of the year. It is asthma. Now at the beginning of the term the students are notified that the class may be a blended deliver if she has problems with her breathing. Why would this affect anyone else? We aren’t in her class. Many of us know of someone who is an instructor at a post secondary institution. We all know someone who has some for of disability or some other problem that might only be a temporary disability such as a broken leg. Maybe there is a transit strike and it is very difficult to get to class or to work. Maybe the roads are not safe to be on. Being prepared for a blended program gives all instructors the ability to continue work and students to learn. We really need to think outside the box more and following a blog in a non-related area might do that for us.