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Future interactions design: tapping the wisdom of the crowd

Making CommunitySense

On April 3, I attended the Chi Sparks 2014 conference on human computer interaction, to present my paper on the Kids’ Knowledge Base. His group is developing a method to let groups design scenarios of future interactions. Design explores new horizons.

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Problems with MOOC research

Jenny Connected

May 26, 2014: Keynote presentation delivered to E-Teaching.org, Tübingen, Germany. ’ The suggestion was that traditional approaches to research do not account for the horribly messy, complex, always changing world in which we are now living and conducting research.

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Breaking out from ‘Enforced Independence’ – #rhizo14

Jenny Connected

But we can model what we mean by independence and/or autonomous learning, as Dave is doing in this course. One of the best places to see this interdependence and autonomy in action is in a nursery classroom, where the teaching approach is based on a High Scope Curriculum and where.

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Higher Education in 2025

Jenny Connected

The new Institute for Learning Innovation and Development (ILIaD) has been created to lead on this ambition and help shape the University’s future educational approach. designing new business models which focus on students and innovative teaching and learning. 2014).

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Questions about rhizomatic learning

Jenny Connected

Cath’s posts in which she is presenting models for rhizomatic learning make sense. She has presented two models. For us we have always considered that an ‘all or nothing’ approach is not the learner experience. Model one: maps . Model two: nomads.

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Update on Ageing Better Innovation – look to apps and connectors

Social Reporter

Overview paper of Roundtable July 2014. While policy makers may be saying “put older people at the heart of designing new programmes” and rather failing to do so, people are doing it for themselves. I’ll be chatting with Jodi to find out more about their approach.

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Preview of the Living Lab for (digital) life

Social Reporter

Over the past 30 years, working in community engagement and social technology, Drew Mackie and David Wilcox have found three approaches that work well. These are linked with group storytelling techniques designed to bring to life a range fictitious characters and their experiences.

2014 215

Rhizo 14: Emerging Ambiguities and Issues

Jenny Connected

The use of the rhizome as a metaphor for designing teaching and learning has a positive impact on the role of the teacher. Is a course, which necessarily means there is a course convener, the right environment for exploring and modelling rhizomatic learning?

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Solving collaboration issues with technology is a myth

Joitske Hulsebosch

She did our learning trajectory on learning with new media Leren en veranderen met sociale media where she designed a blended trajectory about intercultural effectivity, in-company as well as a course for open inscription. This interview is also posted on our Dutch blog Ennuonline.

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The games we play

Viv Mcwaters

This type of game is known as a system dynamic modeling game that helps us to understand complexity. Post-game discussions are inclusive and reach depths rarely seen in more traditional approaches to sharing complex scientific principles, not the least because the game provides participants with a shared experience and a shared language to talk about abstract concepts such as predictions, probability, preparedness, risk and resource allocation.

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Social Physics: Oxymoron or Big 'Social' Data Tipping Point?

Governance in a Networked World

Carr states about Pentland “what he fails to see is that those norms and influences are themselves shaped by history, politics, and economics, not to mention power and prejudice” in referring to Pentland’s claims that social norms, behaviours and influences can be accurately modelled mathematically.

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Start a Content Business

Ken Carroll

But as we proceed, don’t get distracted from the three act model. And although there are endless variations in how you could put the three acts together, the model remains. Seth has constructed a unique business model that captures the value of his content and his particular approach.

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Oh the sheer beauty of networks…

Net-Map Toolbox

If there is to be any real grappling with the database as an culturally-embedded construct, then it has to be done in a manner that reveals the data, the model and the population simultaneously.”

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Teaching with mobile devices: FAQs [part 1]

e-Moderation Station

So much better to put an implementation plan in place, get your stakeholders on board (admin, school directors, other teachers, parents,…) , and have the devices support the learning aims in your classes through good task design and effective classroom management. April 2014.

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Social Network Travel Logging

Governance in a Networked World

and it was ringing away as we approached. Side Bar 9 – Social Technologies finding mainstream application We mostly think of social software being designed specifically to bring people together for social interactions.

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Preventing Privacy Breaches or Constraining Collaboration: The Internal / External Sharing Decision in IBM Connections Next

Michael Sampson - Currents

Here’s my concern: if IBM takes the same approach with the next version of Connections on-premise as they do currently with the SmartCloud edition, the external collaboration option is too constrained. Is the hard design line too hard, or am I taking too hard a line on it?

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Notes on “Deployment of SharePoint 2013 document, records and collaboration solution at AUT” (Alan Marshall, Stephen McWilliams, Shelley Tasele)

Michael Sampson - Currents

b) SharePoint has a different delivery model to other Microsoft products. (c) Day two of the New Zealand SharePoint Conference is starting. The first session for me today is a case study from AUT University. Some notes: - Alan is a Senior Consultant at Provoke.

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Good Suggestions for “Fixing the Q&A” Session

Full Circle Associates

Thomas talks about the mismatch between the intention for interaction with the audience, and the poor design of most Q&A sessions that happen after keynotes or talks.

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Education Technology Action Group consultation

SocialTech

The common theme here is that at the level of policy relating to schools, the use of technology for education is being perceived as a separate, specialist area, rather than an effective and integral range of approaches and tools to support learners and learning communities. This isn’t, of course, to say that there is any shortage of schools and school staff making effective and creative use of innovative approaches that are supported, or made possible, by the use of technologies.

Can British cities learn from US ‘networked localism’? : RSA blogs

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Design and Society. May 14, 2014 by Ben Lucas Filed under: Social Economy. These and other similar cities are beginning to work together more closely through the Key Cities group to develop shared approaches to economic policy. City Growth Commissioner , Greg Clark, makes a strong case for an approach that promotes a system of cities as part of a nation’s overall approach to inward investment. May 2014. April 2014. March 2014. February 2014.

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Education Technology Action Group consultation

SocialTech

The common theme here is that at the level of policy relating to schools, the use of technology for education is being perceived as a separate, specialist area, rather than an effective and integral range of approaches and tools to support learners and learning communities. This isn’t, of course, to say that there is any shortage of schools and school staff making effective and creative use of innovative approaches that are supported, or made possible, by the use of technologies.

#SOCRMx Week 7: Objectivity and Subjectivity in Social Research

Jenny Connected

I’m not sure if that’s because a positivist approach comes more easily to those new to research, or whether it was because once again the resources were extremely good and the tutor for this week – Rory Ewins – actually engaged in the forums and provided feedback! 2014).

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The changing role of the online teacher

Jenny Connected

It was thought that teaching online would require a different approach, but what should that approach be? I have worked with this model a lot, on many online courses. 2014, p.62). 2014 p.7) A feminine approach to ethics and moral education. 2014).

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Consensus and community in the distributed web

Jenny Connected

Wikipedia software is designed to focus on creating a space for interaction and keep the software out of the way. In 2014, I explored the potential of FedWiki with a few others. The topic for this week in the E-Learning 3.0 MOOC is Community.

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Art of Hosting beyond the basics: a new offering

Chris Corrigan

It is also the prime vehicle for locating the innovation at the edge of the collective intelligence in the system that helps design innovations in systems of all kinds. But this cannot be a classical “train the trainer” model.

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