Personal Learning Networks have become a modern sensation premised on informal learning. In essence, the internet age has improved communication but also the ability to share platforms with some of the leading figures in the world. By personalising a learning network, the creator is able bring together like-minded people as well are procure informative debates among other diverse groups of people on the networks. In essence, a learner is able to derive information and knowledge from PLNs without resorting to formal education channels. Thus personal learning is individualistic, flexible but also has greater reach with the potential to learn from a wide range of individuals from around the world as opposed to a classroom based mode of learning. Furthermore, a PLNs often lead to a personal learning environment (PLE) where the learners informal learning processes develop on the web, leading to informative quasi-formal learning (Trey & Dowdy, 2010).