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How I use social media

Nancy White

This afternoon I’m spending a half hour on a Skype video conversation to share a bit of how I use social media. I believe our success was because we were passionate about this new form of human interaction. Heaven because we can access knowledge and relationship like never before.

How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Online Learning Together The second seminal experience was taking part in George Por’s “Knowledge Ecology University&# or KEU as we called it, and the relationship forming event of the KE Fair. Heaven because we can access knowledge and relationship like never before.

Community of practice - EduTech Wiki

John Tropea - Delicious Community

They share a certain amount of practices, common goals and common language. They have a social organization that includes formal or informal hierarchies, some idea of social service (members helping each other), and a willingness learn from each other and to share that knowledge. Communities of practice are "groups of people who share a concern, a set of problems, or a passion about a topic, and who deepen their knowledge and expertise by interacting on an ongoing basis."

Anecdote - Whitepapers - Building a collaborative workplace

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Staff induction Anecdote circles Narrative & Change Knowledge strategy Collaboration Stories to size up Expertise Location About KM SNA and strategy Narrative & Branding Connecting people Tacit & Communities. In November 2002, a large number of atypical pneumonia cases occurred in Guangdong Province, China. China’s initial reluctance to share information is considered a significant factor in the rapid spread of the disease and the initial failure to control its spread.

Cover story: Building healthy communities - Inside Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Community

exact any/all The original knowledge-management publication denotes premium content | Feb 24 2009 E-mail: Password: Forget your password? Finally, the knowledge management (KM) movement realised that databases and collaborative tools are not enough to instigate genuine knowledge sharing.