Senior Social Media Professional Training – August 2018

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

AUGUST 27TH-29TH 2018 SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP, SYDNEY Australia. This 3 Day Social Media course is a mix of lecture, group challenges and computer based exercises (bring your own laptop or use ours). social media 2018 Australia Course Sydney

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Open Educational Resources and the Distributed Web

Jenny Connected

Of course there are challenges for education in taking this approach, in which it is expected that we will embrace the idea of open sharing of our resources and ourselves, and there have been, as you would expect, mistakes and failures.

2018 225

Data, personal learning and learning analytics

Jenny Connected

Personal Learning vs Personalized Learning: What Needs to Happen Oct 24, 2018 Online Learning 2018, Toronto, Ontario, Contact North. AI in Education Symposium – Introduction : Oct 24, 2018 Arti?cial Conversation with Shelly Blake-Plock Oct 24, 2018 Week 1 of E-Learning 3.0

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Links of the Quarter: December 2018

How to Save the World

Tell a Sci-Fi Story in Six Words: Hundreds of people took John Kellden up on his challenge. Na Pali coast, Kaua’i — photo by me, taken two weeks ago. Although it isn’t real, doesn’t really exist, my self is giving me a hard time these days.

2018 75

Truth in a Post-Truth Age

Jenny Connected

Last week BBC Radio 4 broadcast a series of 15 minute podcasts over five days on the topic of Truth.

2018 219

Edusemiotics, the Divided Brain and Connectivism

Jenny Connected

Pedagogy and edusemiotics: Theoretical Challenges/Practical Opportunities. I have recently been exploring Iain McGilchrist’s ground-breaking work on the divided brain (see The Master and his Emissary.

2018 217

Consensus and community in the distributed web

Jenny Connected

As of August 2018, about 1000 pages are deleted from Wikipedia each day. The challenge (indeed, maybe even the challenge of our times) is how to understand and improve communities where people are *not* engaged in the same enterprise as everyone else.

2018 166

Learning to be creative on and off the distributed web

Jenny Connected

stephen@downes.ca, Dec 20, 2018. The challenge for educators and for society in general will be in managing and accepting the transition from emphasizing ‘what people learn’ to ‘how people learn’. Backwaters, Kerala (* see note below). Although the final week of the E-Learning 3.0

2018 148

What I learned about facilitating by doing stand-up comedy

Viv Mcwaters

It was not without its challenges. Earlier this year I co-hosted an experimental event called Radical Acts. The premise being that we need to do things differently – maybe not big things, sometimes the smallest of acts can make a huge difference.

2018 194

E-Learning 3.0: Cloud Computing

Jenny Connected

The conceptual challenge is that it doesn’t matter whose computer it is, that it could change any time, and that we should begin to think of “computing” and “storage” as commodities, more like “water” or “electricity”, rather than as features of a type of device that sits on your desktop. Here is a link to the video, and Stephen’s description of it, for those less technically challenged than me: URL: [link]. Cloud Adoption Strategy: 2018 update .

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A Conversation about Community in the Distributed web

Jenny Connected

From my perspective the community topic has been very challenging, causing me to question my understanding of what we mean by community on the distributed web, and the role that trust, truth and consensus play in the formation of community on the distributed web.

2018 148

Our first year exploring how to make London a more Networked City

Social Reporter

Over the past year I’ve worked with Drew Mackie, Matt Scott and a host of other people on an exploration into how we can use network thinking, digital tech and self-organising to support London civil society.

2018 207

Reflections on PGviz18

Michelle Laurie

The roads were often windy, filled with challenges as well as personal triumphs. People can bring forward a facilitation challenge and get advice from their peers. I am inspired. Icon jam with the word feathers.

2018 164

E-Learning 3.0: The Human versus the Machine

Jenny Connected

This post is a response to a challenge set, as a result of Task 2, by Frank Polster , a fellow course participant on Stephen Downes’ MOOC, E-Learning 3.0. Here is my challenge to all the E-Learning 3.0 The Human versus the Machine, because that is how I have interpreted this challenge.

2018 148

Badges are not sufficient

Jenny Connected

In this talk I discuss work being done in network-based automated competency development and recognition, the challenges it presents to traditional institutions, and the opportunities created for genuinely autonomous open learning.

2018 139

PechaKucha presentation on “The Power of Communities”

Making CommunitySense

The challenge is that this has to take place in 20 slides of 20 seconds each, so you really need to be very focused in telling your story in exactly (and only…) 6 minutes and 40 seconds! Last week, I gave a presentation at the 12th edition of the PechaKucha Tilburg event.

2018 130

How to Livestream a Canon EOS M50 eg YouTube or Facebook Live

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

It was challenging to work out but I did it! ??. 2018 version. I have an EOS M50 camera and I wanted to use it for livestreaming on both Facebook Live and YouTube Live. How I connect my Canon EOS M50 to Facebook Live or YouTube Live or Twitch via OBS.

2018 130

Computing on R

Learning Alliances

Here are some of the examples of people participating in the R organism “computing on itself” at the Rstudio::conf 2018: Import: Open, welcome. Welcoming new people and bringing in new ideas is often not recognized as the important and challenging work that it is.

2018 169

Thinking of knowledge as a graph

Jenny Connected

This is the real challenge, i.e. moving from thinking and seeing knowledge in a linear way to thinking and seeing knowledge as a network/graph. This is a response to the E-Learning 3.0 task for course participants created by Matthias Melcher. See [link].

2018 139

My experiences of the E-Learning 3.0 MOOC to date

Jenny Connected

That’s the challenge… Some people may ask, “What’s the point?” ” Well, as we discussed in this week’s conversation (also in this newsletter) it’s a challenge to create consensus without deferring to an authority – a trusted source, if you will. This task is challenging on several fronts. This is what I have so enjoyed, whilst at the same time finding it challenging. First a bit of background.

2018 127

Building “networks of communities” for a civic intelligence movement with impact

Making CommunitySense

Together, these networks of communities can form a strong, resilient societal fabric capable of much better dealing with the numerous challenges being thrown at them than each community on its own. How to do that is still very much an open question, but a challenge we cannot ignore.

2018 182

E-Learning 3.0 : Task 2

Jenny Connected

I completed Task 1 because I am always challenged by the simplest of technology tasks. But I think Task 2 may be more interesting and may even be more challenging to get right. Two initial tasks have been created by Stephen Downes for the E-Learning 3.0 No doubt there will be more.

2018 130

Where the Magic Happens

Michael Sampson - Currents

That’s what happens when multiple big projects go live at the same time – projects with tight timeframes that challenge and stretch you, but also require that you step up in a big time.

2018 142

How to Create Live Maps of Conference Connections

Partnering Resources

All have challenges. They talked about some of the challenges involved in a network. Have you ever been frustrated trying to find the person you needed at a busy conference? I recently use a new tool called sumApp to map conference connections in real time.

2018 138

Re-Imagining Effective Work – the SAMR Model

Michael Sampson - Currents

– Redefinition is the fourth and final level in Ruben’s model, and by its very nature, the most challenging to imagine. ” For example, imagine redefining a lecture as an adventure in a mixed reality world, where students have challenges to accomplish in a limited time.

2018 146

And So It Begins

Michael Sampson - Currents

May 25, 2018. Challenging times. It’s a date that’s always been “coming” and recently “coming quickly.”

2018 116

What is Working? A Question of Discovery

Michael Sampson - Currents

The form of every activity or process can be analysed for current performance outcomes – the good, the bad, the challenging.

2018 142

Living in an Algorithmic World

Jenny Connected

Two recent conferences, re:publica 18 in Berlin (May 2-4) and Theorising the Web 2018 in New York (April 27 th /28 th ) have featured the influence of algorithms on today’s world. Boyd asks how we can challenge this and how these systems can be made accountable.

2018 130

Do You Have a Productive Partnership or a Tug of War?

Partnering Resources

What’s the challenge most likely to make a partnership crash and burn? They’re supposed to be your ally. Your co-conspirator. Your partner. But instead it feels like every conversation is a struggle. This isn’t how it is supposed to be.

2018 141

Shopping for Inspiration

Michael Sampson - Currents

Learning what others have done with the new tools and resources available to them provides inspiration and challenge on what could be possible in your work, team and organisation. It’s about challenge.

2018 127

Information Protection: The What – Office 365 DLP

Michael Sampson - Currents

There are other solutions in the portfolio – Microsoft Cloud App Security and Windows Information Protection for example – that can address most of these challenges, and Azure Information Protection to a degree as well (in conjunction with those other two).

2018 116

Workplace Analytics for Teams

Michael Sampson - Currents

Discover collaboration challenges – Use data from everyday work in Office 365, like emails and meetings, to discover challenges like meeting overload, minimal time for focused work, or high after-hours workload.

2018 116

You can stimulate curiosity for self directed learning

Joitske Hulsebosch

An example of this approach is benchlearning Let professionals put their teeth into a wicked problem, a challenge for which the outcome is unpredictable Look for information that is contradictory to what people believe in the organization Encourage curiosity.

2018 169

From Out-Hustle to Out-Look

Michael Sampson - Currents

The challenge is to know what information is important and to look at the world differently from everyone else. The challenge is being able to look differently at the intersection of both.

2018 116

#XED is Essential for #DEX

Michael Sampson - Currents

Leveraging the ideas of customer experience (CX) to address employee issues, DEX offers a new way of looking at current issues and challenges in how staff are enabled to get their work done, along with all other points of engagement between staff and the organisation.

2018 116

Effecting Change – the Cohesive, Larger Vision

Michael Sampson - Currents

During one of the Q&A sessions, someone challenged Steve on the decision to use Java rather than OpenDocs, questioning Steve’s understanding of the technical details and implications. There’s much more to come from Silverside as 2018 unfolds.

2018 116

How to stimulate creativity in online teams: A 100% online process to design a blended learning trajectory

Joitske Hulsebosch

It was for me the first time for me to do kind of creative process completely online - it was a challenge, but I thought it would be possible with clever design and tough facilitation. Joehoe! I am very proud of the result of three creative online sessions, resulting in a blended design.

2018 151

My takeaways from OEB18: communities, AI and 3D-smarts and some very practical stuff

Joitske Hulsebosch

He notices people were looking for practical applications, whereas a conference like this is to challenge your thinking. She said one of the challenges is not to copy our own biases into AI. The challenge for organizations is the power defect.

2018 130

Building “networks of communities” for a civic intelligence movement with impact

Making CommunitySense

Together, these networks of communities can form a strong, resilient societal fabric capable of much better dealing with the numerous challenges being thrown at them than each community on its own. How to do that is still very much an open question, but a challenge we cannot ignore.

2018 130

Study Beyond Your Industry

Michael Sampson - Currents

What are the current challenges? What could you learn from an operations manager at Schipol Airport, or an analyst at HSBC, or the man who schedules the trains for Network Rail or the process guy at the Department for Education?

2018 116

Intelligent Parking with Siemens

Michael Sampson - Currents

Every driver in the world knows the challenge of finding a car park in busy city streets, and the stress and frustration that mounts as you drive around and around and around until you happen upon a car park.

2018 116

Links of the Quarter: March 2018

How to Save the World

image via Ulf Parczyk on Jim Newman’s Facebook Page. Sometimes I feel as if I’m in possession of a great and important secret, but I live in a world where (almost) everyone else speaks a strange foreign language, so no one can understand me. “Hey!”,

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Identifying Dark Data in non-OCR’d Images

Michael Sampson - Currents

A challenging data type in this respect is images that contain personal data but where the image has not been converted to readable text. The new European data protection legislation goes into effect next Friday. It’s going to be incredibly interesting to see how militant its enforcers play the game. There are many aspects required in complying with GDPR, but one core tenet is knowing where you are storing personal data.

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