Data is beautiful (but not many learning professionals believe this)

Joitske Hulsebosch

What is learning analytics? Learning analytics is about the use of data for learning and improving learning processes. In the cartoon above, for example, you see that the fortune teller used Facebook as a source of information to predict the the future. learning analytics

2014 164

Learning With Ivan Brunetti

Nancy White

I’m still in serious work-avoidance mode for things that require the analytical part of my brain. via YouTube – Cartooning: Philosophy and Practice, by Ivan Brunetti. Learn through seeing. Learn through doing. Obvious, but so easy to forget.

2011 141

SOCRMx Week 2 Surveys

Jenny Connected

Learning analytics. The snowman statements come from the following sources: Concept Cartoons. For the original cartoon, see also Keogh, B. & I have divided this post into two parts. The first part reports on information from the course site.

2017 130

Social media training on Foursquare Google Plus Pinterest Facebook Training for June and July 2012

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Use Google Plus for identifying Leads and using analytics. Learn the key features of Foursquare and how businesses are building loyal customers in social media with campaigns and rewards: Claim your venue – shop, retail, club, office and manage analytics.

2012 229

My Favorite Tweets for January 1 - 12 2012

Portals and KM

RT @rossdawson : RT @ariegoldshlager : RT @NewYorker :ncrowdsourcing cartoon of day: [link]. RT @darwineco : RT @CRozwell : WSJ article on big data and analytics from @MarkWeadon [link]. by @ekolsky [link] #Analytics #SocBiz HT @gpach01. Here is another in a series of posts that provide access to my favorite tweets that contain links to useful information. 

2012 126

My Favorite Tweets for January 1 - 15 2010

Portals and KM

top ten Twitter statistics and analytics tools [link] Jan. RT @ mfauscette : 2009 In Social Media: A Cartoon Review frm @ rww [link] #fb 1:01 PM Jan 1st from TweetDeck Here is the eighth in a new series of posts that provide access to my favorite tweets that contain links to useful information.    Some of these I did to link to things I found useful and others are RTs that I want to save for the same reason.

2010 116

How do I know what to do?

Viv Mcwaters

That’s not analytical bias, that’s an objective reality. Cartoon credit: Simon Kneebone. Indeed! How do any of us EVER know what to do? This questions was in relation to facilitation. “How do I know what process to use?&# I must admit I don’t know. I do know that if you only know one, or a handful, of processes – that’s what you will do. And if you only focus on processes you’ll miss a whole lot of opportunities.

2010 116

Green Chameleon » Stories, Spin and the Loss of Intellect

Green Chameleon

Over-enthusiasm for story can have bad effects – when it is allied with a distaste for thinking things through analytically and critically, story becomes less of a sensemaking device and more of a spin-device.

2008 151

Forwarding Is the New Networking - Tom Davenport - Harvard Business Review

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

His most recent books are Competing on Analytics: The New Science of Winning and Analytics at Work. And some people dont like to waste work time on jokes, cartoons, funny videos, and so forth.

The Cognitive Dissonance of the New Yorker and the NYT

How to Save the World

cartoon by David Sipress from (of course) the New Yorker. And of course I read the cartoons. I don’t read much ‘news’ anymore.

2013 90

Links of the Month: January 28, 2014

How to Save the World

cartoon by Australian cartoonist Michael Leunig. cartoon from xkcd.

2014 71