The learning network diagrams revolves around a series of questions. If there are four separate learning entities, how do those create networks within each other? What happens if group A works with group B, and then group B works with group C? Does that have an effect on how groups A and C work together? What about when all three work together? All four? The diagram is broken up into each of those four learning entities, showing that each concentration of works within its own space, breaking off into different groups of 50, 25, and then eventually 5. The group of 5 then lingers out and begins to merge with a different concentration, creating networks of differing numbers. Then those networks continue to grow and move closer to the middle, which causes three disciplines to cross paths. Eventually, in the very middle, all disciplines cross paths and collaborate.