Tinkering with the system won’t help reinvent the purpose of education

Jenny Connected

Later on this year, on a course offered by Field & Field here in the UK, I will be running a discussion group/workshop where I hope participants will share ideas about the possible implications of Iain’s work for rethinking education.

2019 213

How AI Can Help Solve The Biggest Problem With Crowdsourcing

Online Community Strategy

The most common limiting factors to Crowdsourcing initiatives are one, or a combination, of the following: Engaging the right crowd: Perhaps the most critical challenge in crowdsourcing is finding, and then engaging, the members of the crowd with the knowledge, skill and motivation to participate.

2017 55

How AI Can Help Solve The Biggest Problem With Crowdsourcing

Online Community Strategy

The most common limiting factors to Crowdsourcing initiatives are one, or a combination, of the following: Engaging the right crowd: Perhaps the most critical challenge in crowdsourcing is finding, and then engaging, the members of the crowd with the knowledge, skill and motivation to participate.

2017 46

Online Community Toolkit | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What is the Value of Participating in an Online Community? Planning, Designing and Running Online Events Designing Online Events Online Events Assessment Tool Case History: CGIAR’s Gender & Diversity “Creating Connections Online&# Report (Aug 2002) LINK Evaluation Examples: 2002 and Net*Working 2004 Online Event Evaluation Report (nice to see a full event evaluation!) Pay attention to your prime participants!

MirandaNet: Social Networking trivial or mind expanding?

Community Capers

My hope is that if more people learn how to use this facility we will begin to have democratic participation. This history has reveals a three dimensional process of learning and practice which entails coming to understand and participate in a creative, progressive ‘braiding’ of text, opinions, and ideas. The exchange of information is two way, as it flows from the wealthy to the less well resourced and back again (Resta, 2002, p. 2002). Holmes (2002). 2002).

Preview of the Living Lab for (digital) life

Social Reporter

And being smart with computers doesn’t mean you necessarily have the digital literacies needed for meaningful and safe online participation for young and old online, or can advise and support people on smartphones and tablets.

2014 215

Inspiring students through research-based education

Jenny Connected

I was attending to run a workshop with my colleague Elpida Makriyannis in which we wanted to promote discussion about readiness for research-based learning in participant specific contexts around such questions as What is research? 2002).

2014 187

The Riddle of Online Resonance (first installment)

Jenny Connected

Learning through connectivity is not a new idea; there is a long history of research into networked learning (Steeple & Jones, 2002; Goodyear et al., technologies and networked online learning for autonomous learning in an increasingly diverse environment (Downes, 2009) have led to many authors (Krebs (2002), Haythornthwaite (2002), Granovetter (1973, 1983), to name but a few) exploring how connections are made and developed in online environments.

2010 136

Facebook talks like a pirate. Movember and online community rituals

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

The Movember participants, known as Mo Bros, have the remainder of the month to grow and groom their Mo, raising money along the way to benefit men’s health – specifically prostate cancer and depression in men. Want to know how to change Facebook to Talk Like A Pirate?

The Changing Role of the Learning Facilitator

Jenny Connected

Learning Meaning and Identity’ - focuses on expanding ideas around social learning theory, whereas a later book ‘A Guide to Managing Knowledge: Cultivating Communities of Practice’ (2002) – is written more for managers of communities of practice. But recently my learning experiences have increasingly been in massive open online courses (MOOCs) where the large numbers of participants prohibit a heavily ‘hands-on’ approach to facilitation.

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#PLENK2010 Reflective Learning

Jenny Connected

The course is usually fairly small, numbers below 20, which is ideal for the subject, but we get participants from around the world, and it is always highly thought provoking and stimulating. This is a question that we ask our course participants, and which I have thought about deeply, since as a tutor on the course, I also share my own definition. Mason, J (2002) Researching Your own Practice.

MirandaNet: Place

Community Capers

There is a “there” there, even when participants are quiet or absent’ (Cuthell, 2005 p.322). Personal relationships and professionalism are cemented and celebrated in these workshops and other face-to-face events like the ten-year party held in 2002. In a recent program where teacher innovators were nominated for an e-learning project, ten of the forty accepted participants were MirandaNet Fellows.

2008 100

Cultivating Communities of Practice: Making Them Grow - YouTube

John Tropea - Delicious Community

As there is general agreement amongst a number of CoP scholars that communities of practice cannot be designed or created (Barab et al, 2002, Wenger & Snyder, 2000), seeking to learn about best practice in encouraging these communities to develop is the next step. Wenger, 2002) and/or questions that must be carefully considered before beginning (Sidnick & White, 2008, esflive, 2009). Upload Sign in. Loading. This video is unavailable. Find out why. Close.

2014 46

NLC2016 Hotseat notes: Boundaries and Limits of Networked and Connected Learning

Jenny Connected

Participation can be experienced as suffocation. Connectedness is social participation. Barry Wellman (2002). The second Networked Learning Conference 2016 Hotseat was a much quieter affair than the first, but none the worse for that. The topic, facilitated by Sonia Livingstone was – Boundaries and Limits of Networked and Connected Learning . Sonia posted 4 topics for us to discuss: Experience of networked and connected learning, their boundaries and limits.

2015 119

Online Communities: Surviving & Thriving Webcast

Online Community Strategy

Participant bios: Thor Muller – CEO & Co-founder, Satisfaction. He subsequently founded Trapezo, a venture-funded company that made Web software for syndicating content, acquired by Perfect Commerce in 2002.

Getting back to Government Is Us

Social Reporter

Jim left in 2002, and these days spends time lecturing and travelling to spread the model he helped develop.

Notes on CUST119 Prudential: Thinking about Social Business Adoption? Don't Forget Enterprise Social Governance

Michael Sampson - Currents

PROFS in 1982, Notes from 1994 (60,000 users, 6400+ applications), Sametime in 1999, WebSphere Portal in 2002, and Connections in 2010 (about 25,000 users currently). They sought participation. People have to know who to go to for the community - moderation, participation. Jean Balbo from Prudential Financial is talking about enterprise social governance. Jean is the Director of Process Management. Some notes: 1.

2013 132

A little history on the Computer History Museum (and MassNet, RIP)

Endless Knots

Harry asks whether I've ever visited The Computer Museum in Boston and if so whether they would be interested in the donation of a server with his ground-breaking software, Participate, on it. Long before most reading here were even thinking about email (or for that matter computers), Harry Stevens had developed Participate, computer conferencing software described below. Silicon Valley), which opened in its current location in 2002.

2009 89

Exploring the Divided Brain – Trying to be sane in an insane world

Jenny Connected

Like some of the other course participants, I don’t think we can go backwards. As one participant said, we cannot un-know what we already know. Nancy Kline (2002). 21 st August 2016 pm – a 4 day course with Iain McGilchrist. Day 3 (pm).

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MirandaNet: Social interaction

Community Capers

Whether in an industry, academic or advisory capacity, MirandaNet Fellows all work to provide services for each other and ‘reify’ (Wenger, 2002) their practices in artifacts shared over the public site with the larger external educational community. Participants in MirandaNet projects and research activities are able to publish work in a professional arena and to build up a status amongst their peers. People rarely leave this community.

Practical example: Ayuda Urbana

Joitske Hulsebosch

Etienne Wenger wrote a case study in 2002 about Ayuda Urbana , a constellation of communities of practice focused on urban issues and challenges in Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean region, or as they call themselves: 'Red Inter-municipal'. Eight topics were selected by participants (from e-government to disaster prevention) and seven CoPs were started, bringing together 128 members from 10 cities.

2006 100

About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

The Girl Effect is defined as “the powerful social and economic change brought about when girls have the opportunity to participate in their society.&# and learning researcher George Siemens, and online facilitation and community-building expert Nancy White, on the topic of the future of conferences and [.] # Social Media Tools for Work & Learning » Your Right to Participate at Conferences – but be accountable to the conference model on 23 Jul 2009 at 2:50 pm [.]

2008 165

Culture: adapting the Wold Cafe methodology in Thailand

Joitske Hulsebosch

He writes: "In 2002, I came across the World Café when I attended the Authentic Leadership Workshop in Halifax, Canada. After using the methodology in various situation, he was asked by the end of June 2005, to “People Assembly” with 3,000 participants of the opposition party.

2006 130

About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

The Girl Effect is defined as “the powerful social and economic change brought about when girls have the opportunity to participate in their society.&# and learning researcher George Siemens, and online facilitation and community-building expert Nancy White, on the topic of the future of conferences and [.] # Social Media Tools for Work & Learning » Your Right to Participate at Conferences – but be accountable to the conference model on 23 Jul 2009 at 2:50 pm [.]

2010 133

Executing Enterprise 2.0: Dachis Group Acquires Headshift

Elsua

Fast forward to 2002 … where you will find a very interesting paper ( On the nonsense of Knowledge Management ) that James Dellow quoted along in the current discussion as one of the very few folks who connected the dots across time between both discussions.

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Trends in the Living Networks: Economics of Social Media - the role of Hollywood

John Tropea - Delicious Community

2007 36

organizational responsiveness

Taming the spaces

For Hoyt and Troy (2002) the agile company is: one, which operates in a dynamically changing, uncertain environment and, is relatively more successful (in terms of financial performance) than its nonagile competitors.

2010 153

About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

The Girl Effect is defined as “the powerful social and economic change brought about when girls have the opportunity to participate in their society.&# and learning researcher George Siemens, and online facilitation and community-building expert Nancy White, on the topic of the future of conferences and [.] # Social Media Tools for Work & Learning » Your Right to Participate at Conferences – but be accountable to the conference model on 23 Jul 2009 at 2:50 pm [.]

2008 133

About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

The Girl Effect is defined as “the powerful social and economic change brought about when girls have the opportunity to participate in their society.&# and learning researcher George Siemens, and online facilitation and community-building expert Nancy White, on the topic of the future of conferences and [.] # Social Media Tools for Work & Learning » Your Right to Participate at Conferences – but be accountable to the conference model on 23 Jul 2009 at 2:50 pm [.]

2008 133

Practical examples: The community empowerment network in Central Asia

Joitske Hulsebosch

The World Bank and Europe and Central Asia Region (ECA) launched this network in 2002 as four national networks linked through regional activities that would build the capacity of communities and development partners to implement community-driven development (CDD) projects.

2006 130

Webcast of Online Communities: Surviving & Thriving now available

Online Community Report

Participant bios: Thor Muller - CEO & Co-founder, Satisfaction. He subsequently founded Trapezo, a venture-funded company that made Web software for syndicating content, acquired by Perfect Commerce in 2002.

leadernetwork wiki

John Tropea - Delicious Network

It also provides practical advice about how to develop network participation and strengthen the operation of the network. June, 2002. Network Models of Collective Action The Structure and Dynamics of Movement Participation. Winter 2002).

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More IBM Research on Enterprise 2.0 – Activities and Other Tools

Portals and KM

Participants appreciated that Activities not only showed the final outcome to new members, but also the process of doing the activity by saving to-dos, intermediate drafts, and comments…”. and the Ryder knowledge management system was featured in a number of articles and named to the CIO 100 for 2002 as “a KM center that links sales and marketing with operations and supply chain management.” Here is some interesting research from IBM on the effects of a set of enterprise 2.0 tools.

2008 100

How I use social media

Nancy White

While Americans would complain about the technology, the time, and anything, my African colleagues would overcome horrid bandwidth and intermittent electricity to participate. I had tried a few experimental project blogs with clients in early 2001 and 2002 and they did not root into the work.

Community of practice - EduTech Wiki

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Wenger, 2002) Communities can be considered as problem-solving mechanisms which contribute to establishing policy agendas and offer mechanisms to facilitate processes for negotiation between different actors. 225) In Communities of Practice and Social Learning Systems , Etienne Wenger defines three major classifications that define participation and evolution within a social learning system and recursively within a community of practice and their respective dimensions.

Stowe Boyd: Building Social Applications at Climb to the Stars (Stephanie Booth)

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

But the result showed that in 75 per cent of the trials our participants were blind to the mismatch, even offering “reasons” for their “choice” Of course, this has never been easy.

2007 36

How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

While Americans would complain about the technology, the time, and anything, my African colleagues would overcome horrid bandwidth and intermittent electricity to participate. I had tried a few experimental project blogs with clients in early 2001 and 2002 and they did not root into the work.

Launch of the Enterprise Social Network Strategy report: what senior executives REALLY think about social networks inside the organization

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

The power of social networks is real," one participant said. He is a bestselling author who anticipated the social networking revolution in his acclaimed 2002 book Living Networks.

2008 36

Promoting and assessing value creation in communities and networks : a conceptual framework

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Useful for researchers, participants, and organizations. assessment is meant to be useful for participants in communities and networks as well as for. need to recognize their own experience of participation in the results and the process of evaluation if. among participants who have personal reasons to connect. And many networks exist because participants are all committed. which one tends to dominate for which participants? Participants can cooperate.

Community ROI / Online Community Unconference 2007

John Tropea - Delicious Community

AT&T, 2002) • 43% of support forums visits are in lieu of opening up a support case. ASP, 2002) • Cost per interaction in customers support averages $12 via the contact center versus $0.25 Socialtext Mobile Settings Help Log in Register Search this workspace: Home People.lists the people you are following. You must register or be logged in to use this feature. Workspaces.lists the workspaces you belong to. You must be logged in to see your list.

2007 28

DavidSibbet.com: Visual Meetings Arrives at The Grove

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

The New Socialism: Global Collectivist Society Is Coming Online

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

In contrast to casual cooperation, collaboration on large, complex projects tends to bring the participants only indirect benefits, since each member of the group interacts with only a small part of the end product. Wired Home Subscribe Sections Cars 2.0

ACTIVE LURKING: ENHANCING THE VALUE OF INHOUSE ONLINE COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE RELATED PRACTICES AROUND THE ONLINE COMMUNITIES

John Tropea - Delicious Community

We conducted a questionnaire for 2,584 participants. interviews of 102 participants. and spontaneous particip aton that is separate from the. In general, the existence of participants called. that there are many particip ation styles, and in that. sense, lurking is one style of particip aton, and is a. 14], in order to move particip ants. particip ants, who performed any kinds of active. 2002 Jul. 2001- Jul 2002. participants.