Learning highlights: November 2018

Mathemagenic

Blogposts and emails from the kids for me, so I could have an idea what they were doing. * The post Learning highlights: November 2018 appeared first on Mathemagenic. November was an internally busy month for myself, but oure kids are still learning.

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Thinking with SAMR – SharePoint News Changes

Michael Sampson - Currents

During the keynote from the SharePoint Conference 2018 in Las Vegas yesterday, Microsoft made several announcements of new goodness coming to SharePoint. It is hidden because it happens in non-public places, like email, instant messaging, and more.

2018 116

Effecting Change – the Cohesive, Larger Vision

Michael Sampson - Currents

Steve’s response started with “ you can please some of the people some of the time, but … ,” and after a pause, said: “ One of the hardest things when you are trying to effect change, is that people like this gentlemen, are right … in some areas.

2018 116

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. Storing your information on OneDrive, SharePoint, or an email server is much different from keeping that data on a desktop hard drive or a USB stick. They change from day to day (i.e.

Cloud 139

Digital Badges as Recognition of Success

Jenny Connected

MOOC, on how the distributed web can change the way in which learning success is recognised, will answer the questions and concerns I had back in 2012. Here is the badge I received by email from Matthias via Badgr.

2018 146

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

Joitske Hulsebosch

For me the fact that the synchronous sessions are key is very logical but in the book they warn that with email stimulates little creativity. We made sure that we move on and changed the talking modus. Joehoe!

2018 151

E-Learning 3.0 Task 1 completed!

Jenny Connected

I read the task in the newsletter which came through into my email inbox on October 30 th. My second reaction was to offload onto a long-suffering friend, by sending a long moan/rant by email. I wanted to change this. In the E-learning 3.0

2018 138

Slinging Mud

Michael Sampson - Currents

I was talking with a colleague last week, and asked about a recent learning and development program on change management he attended. “What’s different about adoption strategies and change management?”

2018 127

Improving Personal Capability to Embrace New Ideas

Michael Sampson - Currents

That’s too much change – too much progress even – in too short of a time span. Ask a question in Yammer, not in email. We held a push-up competition several years ago at my house.

2018 127

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

Onboarding and Offboarding: The Hidden Processes

Michael Sampson - Currents

An email account. There’s a whole set of activities required for effectively onboarding and offboarding new employees. People to coordinate. Processes to develop and operate efficiently. Magic moments that should just happen – because first impressions count and create memories.

2018 116

Re-Imagining a System for Health and Safety

Michael Sampson - Currents

Change the daily site status reports to online forms, with the site foreman using a mobile device to capture. The construction division at one of my clients used a health and safety database.

2018 116

How to Create Live Maps of Conference Connections

Partnering Resources

We’re in a volatile world… where things are changing constantly and often people need to reach out into those extended networks for help and support. Then I said, “Ok, so here we go, check your emails. Once the emails got in their inbox they could figure it out.

2018 141

Hierarchy is the Enemy of Learning

How to Save the World

It is excruciatingly difficult to contort our language into something that can convey feelings, passion, anything long-term — or anything but the simplest and most obvious changes to the way we do things. Their scale is small enough that they can change quickly.

2018 89

The Technologies I’ll Miss

How to Save the World

photo from the good folks at pixabay. A s our civilization slowly falls apart over the coming decades, there are some technologies I will miss a lot more than others.

2018 68

My Best Stuff

How to Save the World

Comments are closed for older articles to fend off spam, but feel free to comment below or email me. We can’t hope to change a culture whose systems we’re utterly, helplessly dependent on. Cultural Acedia: When We Can No Longer Care (Jul 2018). T he inimitable Rev.

2018 62

Aan het filmen

Mathemagenic

In between there were back and forth emailing (finishing the scenario, discussing and arranging the requisite, as well as other logistics) and discussing project-related things during the other meetings. Those three were also the ones who did practically all email communication and they were actively engaged during the shooting process. Kids from our homeschooling group are working on a movie. We are not supposed to know much about it, since it’s their own project.

2018 89

RBS Embraces Facebook at Work: My Reflections and Questions, and the Challenge Ahead

Michael Sampson - Currents

It gives a way of moving beyond email. It talks about the use of IBM Connections at RBS, and uses the following language to describe what was going on at the time: – it’s an “internal collaboration service to encourage innovation and cultural change.”

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