Teachers & Web 2.0 – A Beginner´s Guide to Webs 1,2,3, x

e-Moderation Station

Even if teachers are using some of these tools themselves they may still not see how exactly they can be integrated into their normal practice. fits in well with a communicative, collaborative approach to teaching and learning. Subscribe to the comments for this post? Tweet This!

Social Network Marketing Campaigns: Features Attributes

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

If they aren’t and they take a neutral approach, they are journalists reporting other people’s news, facts not passion, promotion, self-marketing. Competitions, ask for content then community assesses content - submit articles about the online game, create a funny cartoon etc.

Teachers & Web 1.0 – A Beginner´s Guide to Webs 1,2,3, x

e-Moderation Station

Here are some examples I´ve seen recently in EFL magazines: Use cartoon pictures in PowerPoint as a prompt for writing (on paper). teachers should also be integrating some of the tools offered by Web 2.0. technology/approaches in the language classroom can you share here?

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My KM World 2010 and Enterprise Search Summit 2010 Notes: Peter Morville on Making Maps for Knowledge Discovery

Portals and KM

What we find changes our approach if we are sensitive to our discoveries.  Federated search is an interesting approach as it is both a solution and a symptom of things that need to be addressed. There needs to be tighter integration of different content types. They are moving from a federated search model to an integrated search. This approach blurs browsing and searching as you can browse the facets. There is a lot of cross media integration.

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Poor Mental Models fail teams before they even start?

The Bumble Bee

Here is another example of mental models applied to teams - the cartoon at the top of the article refers! Swarmteams enables groups to be more responsive and agile by fully integrating their mobile phones and the web with bioteam working techniques.

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Ten Things I Wish I’d Learned Earlier

How to Save the World

New Yorker cartoon by the late Charles Barsotti. They describe the wisdom of ‘sleeping on’ a difficult decision to allow these four types of knowledge to be integrated subconsciously. That you don’t approach predicaments the same way you approach problems.

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Links of the Month: November 30, 2012

How to Save the World

cartoon by the wonderful michael leunig. cartoon by hugh mcleod at gapingvoid , and great advice to prospective entrepreneurs. cartoon by dan piraro. cartoon from XKCD. illustration from my book Finding the Sweet Spot.

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Enterprise 2.0 = Emergence Software | innovation Creators

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

SalesForce.dot has proven that this approach works. requires a more ad-hoc approach to the creation of these systems which lies directly in the face of the regulatory demand for extensive structure…how do we meet both goals at the same time? I think a more reasonable approach is to involve more end users in the design and specification processes to help ensure their needs are met. To extend your example, in order to have the type of integrity my current SMB1.0