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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New Year’s Eve in Kerala, 2018

Jenny Connected

On this last day of 2018 I have spent some time, here in Kerala, under blue skies and in beautiful surroundings, reading an interview that Jonathan Rowson conducted with Iain McGilchrist in 2013.

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Facebook Trialling Downvote Dislike Button 2018 Algorithm

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

” Just placing it here to track the changes in 2018 Facebook Algorithm FBO/SEO. BTW while the quote is from Facebook spokesperson about pubic page posts, the trial guinea pigs are seeing downvote on private memory posts and closed Facebook group comments, so who knows.

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Learning highlights: November 2018

Mathemagenic

Learning to balance personal interests, group scheduling and external expectations. 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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Links of the Quarter: December 2018

How to Save the World

For those still on FB, this group , which offers a very different and very human answer, is way ahead of the curve. 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.

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Planning meetings? Can visuals help? Learn the basics at our 2018 Graphic Facilitation Workshop

Michelle Laurie

I’m planning a meeting for May where a group of scientists will come together to plan their reporting on five years of study. In their case they have been monitoring glaciers and snow melt. I am tasked with helping bring together the different studies to come under one technical report.

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Learning highlights: September 2018

Mathemagenic

Surfing and wind at NBTSP-Zuid and exploring Archeon. * Sallandse Heuvelrug at NBTSP-Oost: enjoying the forest and makeshift clothes for Emily after she fell into the water. * Wowlab workshop , fourth from a series of making a board game: reflection on the process that didn’t go as far as we envisioned it, hard work in groups and fishing for plastic in the pond.

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5 Types of Content Calendar and Social Media Planning – Sydney Australia Course 2018

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Please let me know if interested CONTACT : pa@laurelpapworth.com – BTW the online mentoring group for this is almost full so please also let me know if interested in learning/working through your content calendar and other social media planners.

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Net-Map training in DC, November 15-16th, 2018.

Net-Map Toolbox

I am excited to invite you to our next Net-Map training in DC on the November 15-16, 2018. For me, the Net-Map certification training is a highlight of my year: A diverse group of passionate professionals gets together to learn and play and develop concrete plans to use Net-Map in their work or research context.

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Open Educational Resources and the Distributed Web

Jenny Connected

In this video, posted for the fifth week of the E-Learning 3.0 MOOC , Stephen Downes makes the case for open education.

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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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Security, identity, voice, opportunity and agency on the distributed web

Jenny Connected

What Peace Means to Me Dec 20, 2018 video The only path toward peace and freedom from authoritarianism is the path that leads toward the creation and maintenance of the civil society. Groups of diverse problem solvers can outperform groups of high-ability problem solvers.

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Consensus and community in the distributed web

Jenny Connected

As of August 2018, about 1000 pages are deleted from Wikipedia each day. HolonIQ, Nov 30, 2018 Though dated last June this market map appeared in my inbox from Holon only today. Consensus decision-making is an alternative to commonly practiced group decision-making processes.

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Links of the Quarter: September 2018

How to Save the World

For the Rich, the Future of Technology is About Escape: So says Douglas Rushkoff, who was recently wined and dined by a billionaires group. Cartoon by Hugh Macleod from Gaping Void. P hysicist Sean Carroll, a leading-edge thinker and researcher on quantum mechanics and astrophysics.

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Great meeting and art? Try Graphic Facilitation

Michelle Laurie

There are simple and fun ways to reduce stress, engage the group and create meaning beyond words. After reading this study, I think it not only reduces stress for the participants but also for the person leading the group.

Visiting Rome with a Wheelchair User

Jenny Connected

So, either book a special tour for just a small group to visit the Sistine Chapel, or give it a miss and buy some photos. Rome, like Venice , is a city known to be notoriously difficult for people in wheelchairs to visit.

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What I learned about facilitating by doing stand-up comedy

Viv Mcwaters

Facilitators can become attached to our processes and may be loathe to let go of that great activity, even though it will no longer serve the needs of the group. Earlier this year I co-hosted an experimental event called Radical Acts.

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A Conversation about Community in the Distributed web

Jenny Connected

Stephen pointed out in the Hangout that had the course attracted a larger number of participants the task would have been more difficult, because there would have been more proposals and people would have organised into groups.

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Creativity and experience on the distributed web

Jenny Connected

Just last week a friend was running a management game for a group of MSc students. The topic for the penultimate week in the E-Learning 3.0

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Facebook Eavesdropping Patent and Congress Questions

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Group Ambient Patent – Cluster algorithms. In particular embodiments, multiple ambient-location readings from the location service of a mobile device may be filtered and grouped to suppress location data noise and reduce the amount of location data that is stored.

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

Social Reporter

Our aim is to help introduce innovative ideas and practice into The Way Ahead official plans for the new Hub for London , following closure of the umbrella body for some 120,000 groups, networks and charities.

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Reflections on PGviz18

Michelle Laurie

We were fortunate to have her welcome the group and offer a prayer to start our workshop. The group was different than most groups I give the workshop to. This was a huge reminder to me of the importance of context when working with groups. I am inspired.

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Quick Social Media Planner and Course Planner #UdemyLive

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

I thought I would show this to you (super fast, just a quick overview for 2018) and ask – funny and silly? You can also comment on this video in the Udemy online lecturers group on Facebook if you are a member.

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You can stimulate curiosity for self directed learning

Joitske Hulsebosch

It was noticeable that this is a well-known group, a group of knowmads who are curious and want to invest in their own professionalization and are able to self direct their learning activities. How to stimulate the second group who will not spontaneously engage in a SPOC?

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

Joitske Hulsebosch

Our tools set consisted of Adobe Connect in combination with Google docs and a Facebook Workplace group. The design team was used to Zoom instead of Adobe, but we chose Adobe Connect because of the whiteboard, and the ability to work in groups. The result was discussed within the group.

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Links of the Quarter: June 2018

How to Save the World

photo by Ian Nelson of Hanalei Bay, Kaua’i after the April 2018 floods, which swept away some livestock fences and introduced some species to some novel ecosystems. image from the Facebook group Non-existent Existential Memes.

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

Joitske Hulsebosch

You may use it to design your own game and get inspiration through the toolbox, or you can use it to have groups of learners to develop a game and play eachother's game. For the first time in my life I went to the OEB learning technologies conference in Berlin. It was a great conference.

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Networked City development

Social Reporter

The Hub for London responsible for developing new systems to support charities, social action groups and community organisations has advertised a post to support and develop networks, and apply digital tech for communication and collaboration. I think it is fair to say that the responsibilities outlined in the recruitment pack reflect many of the ideas developed during the Networked City exploration, in discussion with the Hub Advisory group.

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

Making CommunitySense

A movement that consists of countless, interwoven webs of meaningful relationships and interactions, allowing groups of citizens to both grow and interconnect strong local communities, communities of interest and of practice. We live in an age of confusion, stagnation, and crisis.

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My session about blended learning in Milan

Joitske Hulsebosch

Getting started with debunking The next day the real work with the Hofstede Insights consultants group started at 10.00. The group does not have much blended learning experience yet. I walked with three colleagues in Milan.

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Links of the Quarter: March 2018

How to Save the World

Its insatiable hunger for finite resources; its disregard for the pain of groups and cultures it consumes; its belief in consumption as savior; its overriding obsession with its own material growth; and its viral spread across the surface of the planet.

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How not to thank your customers

Community Guy

I would have connected with them much more deeply as a group/company made up of individuals interested in their customers, not their own year-end bottom line. . Sometimes being a human is tough. Getting through the day with a enough sleep. Scrounging food that you can get excited about.

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Data Residency in Office 365 – It’s Complicated

Michael Sampson - Currents

The details such as – this only applies to two groups of customers in 2018: – brand new customers who are creating a brand new tenant based in the Canadian geo; or.

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How to Create Live Maps of Conference Connections

Partnering Resources

I do all kinds of cool stuff with sumApp and Kumu, and I’ve been dreaming of building a map with a live group, in real time, but haven’t found the right opportunity yet. I asked her what made her choose to make that bold leap of learning in front of a group.

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Confessions of a Super Fan

Community Guy

When I say “community”, I mean individuals and/or the aggregate group of individuals. One of my favorite speaking topics is super fans… those crazy, wonderful people who love your brand so much, they invest their body and soul into the product and experiences.

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Rosviz18 reflection part 2

Michelle Laurie

People are taking graphic facilitation into rooms it may never have been in before, and learning new things about themselves and the groups they work with because of it. It is respectful, and saves the group (or individuals within it) from unwelcome shocks later.

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Rosviz18 Reflection part 1

Michelle Laurie

Here is part 1 of her workshop reflection: “I’m always excited to see a new group of people take risks, be vulnerable and learn something new. Thanks to a spontaneous chart drawing by Maureen, we visually constructed a plan for a small group dinner out at the Flying Steamshovel!

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What is Working? A Question of Discovery

Michael Sampson - Currents

One of the questions to ask when evaluating a current work activity or process (at whatever level you engage with that – e.g., business model, system) is what is working? What is going well?

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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.

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You can use Twitter to get new ideas to do your work in a better way

Joitske Hulsebosch

The article is based on a 5 year research program in which they studied 10 employee groups in 5 companies. I think through what might be valuable to particular groups such as marketing or engineering. Would you like to show off at work with great ideas?

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How is learning organized in a self-managed organization?

Joitske Hulsebosch

Learning and knowledge creation in working groups If there are new challenges, a voluntary working group can be set up of professionals who will investigate, experiment and start building expertise. An example is a working group within Buurtzorg investigating new legislation. Research in the work groups is also a form of apprenticeship because experienced and less experienced colleagues work together. Every month I read a management book.

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Sightedness: The Lesson

Michael Sampson - Currents

Or if you can only see the world through SharePoint shaped glasses, what does Microsoft offer in Teams, Planner, Yammer, and the other capabilities in Office 365 that could be useful to individuals, teams and groups?

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Improving Things for Knowledge and Information Workers

Michael Sampson - Currents

But open offices, social media, enterprise social tools, apps with relentless notifications, group chat tools and more … have pushed the modern worker too far into the realm of collaboration. Knowledge and information workers don’t produce physical product.

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