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Why I Post My Favorite Tweets: Simple Content Curation and Archiving

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Others suggest that I should use this or that tool to make the task of archiving tweets easier. Now Twitter and TeeetDeck do not seem to be good archiving tools so I use my blog for this as it is a good archiving tool. While there might be a better tool for this archiving, I am happy so far with simply extending my existing tool set.

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Linear and non-linear learning

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Stunted Skype, social networks and language learning » Linear and non-linear learning Obligatory pic of horrific looking 19th cen school that should add impact to the post. In a previous post , I talked about what language learning 2.0 meant to me. In the coming weeks and months I’ll try to elaborate through examples from projects that I’ve been involved with.

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Blog>> New Overseer for the National Archives of Singapore

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With this Bill , the National Archives of Singapore is now officially transferred from the National Heritage Board ( NHB ) to the National Library Board ( NLB ). I’ll be waiting to see what new energy this new arrangement will bring

Wikinomics» Blog Archive » Diminishing Returns of Collaboration

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Ed Mitchell: Platform neutral " Blog Archive " Three types of community

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Ed Mitchell: Platform neutral Network and community design and facilitation; event design and facilitation. Blog About Ed Projects Services Three types of community November 16, 2007 – 10:20 am This is a brief overview of three community models. They are theoretical models, but they are ones I have used with a variety of people on a variety of real projects.

WebWorkerDaily " Archive 3 Ways to Edit Documents Collaboratively "

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GigaOM Network: GigaOM | Earth2Tech | jkOnTheRun | NewTeeVee | OStatic | TheAppleBlog | WebWorkerDaily | Jobs Live Events | About | Contact Web Worker Daily Home Archives About Contact Us 3 Ways to Edit Documents Collaboratively September 1st, 2008 (11:00am) Mike Gunderloy 11 Comments Working on the Web means that it’s easy to reach out to collaborators - but what then?

Messaging News (November 2009): Archiving and eDiscovery for Collaboration Systems

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In the email archiving space, there are many vendors and signs of market maturity. There are also examples from courts where email evidence has been critical, and given the back-and-forth conversational and interactional nature of email, archiving email messages is not hard.

Patterns of Engagement » Blog Archive » Community rituals, or how FaceBook and Twitter are making the invisible visible

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A lovely post reflecting on community rituals and how some of them are being effected with online tools. community_indicators online_community

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Stunted

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Re-thinking language instruction Linear and non-linear learning » Stunted In this New York Times article , David Brooks describes the relationship between China’s ruling elite and its school system. The ‘phenomenal feats of memorization to learn the Chinese characters’ are symptomatic of the ends and means of Chinese education - churning out a class of like-minded wonks to run its bureaucracy.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Here Comes ItalianPod

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Is teaching a subversive activity? New definitions of mobile learning » Here Comes ItalianPod Harold Jarche writes about how the traditional ‘business model’ of the universities is under pressure.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Confucius meets web 2.0

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » There will be collaboration

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Networks and learning Is ChinesePod setting industry standards? » There will be collaboration All advances in human communication tend to create larger effects.

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Networks and learning

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Culture and TCFL

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « ChinesePod, the New York Times, and the future Networks and learning » Culture and TCFL H ere’s a revealing article about how Mandarin is being taught in New Zealand.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » A bit more Joyce

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Here comes everybody What’s happening at the Economist? » A bit more Joyce I thought I’d follow up on my last post with a little more about HCE, or Here Comes Everybody.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » FrenchPod is a PLS

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Ken Pontydysgu - Bridge to Learning » Blog Archive » Peronal Learning Environments, Mash-ups and Personalised Learning Systems Says: May 29th, 2008 at 9:43 am […] this morning comes the idea of Personalised Learning Systems. Here Comes Everybody » Blog Archive » Is ItalianPod the future? Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Constructionism works

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For one thing, we are now developing an archived history of the learning that can be used in the future, including learner comments and all the rest. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Are podcasts inferior to text? Language and social distance » Constructionism works Note: This post is one of several in this month’s Work/Learning Blog Carnival over at Manish Mohan’s blog.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Here comes everybody

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Archives. « HeyJude Says: December 2nd, 2007 at 2:21 pm […] post Here Comes Everybody touches on so many issues related to learning - information sharing, communication, gathering, […] Fear Factor » Blog Archive » Ken Carroll on Learning " Here comes everybody Says: December 2nd, 2007 at 8:35 pm […] Original post by cogdog […] Leave a Reply Ken Carroll is proudly powered by WordPress Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Re-thinking language instruction

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Here Comes Everybody » Blog Archive » Linear and non-linear learning Says: December 13th, 2007 at 6:12 am […] a previous post, I talked about what language learning 2.0 » Blog Archive » 2008?2?26???????Blackboard???????Edublog?????????SecondBrain Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « What’s happening at the Economist?

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Designing conversations

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Skype, social networks and language learning Confucius meets web 2.0 » Designing conversations By looking at speech ‘beyond the level of the sentence’, discourse analysis reveals some of the conventions that underlie it. Speakers use conversational structures to engage listeners, create cohesion, and facilitate comprehension.

Enterprise 2.0 for an Enterprise of One – Part Five - Content Publishing and Archiving

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I decided the three main sections are one: content monitoring, two: content collecting, assembling, and creation, and three: content publishing and archiving. However, there are truly backups and the blog platforms serve as the active, searchable archive. I archive my content in Word and iPhoto, as well as the other Office applications. This is the final part of a five part series on how enterprise 2.0 tools can work for an enterprise of one, myself in this case.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Edupunks need to grow up

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John Connell » Blog Archive » Edupunk, Eduschmunk… Says: June 6th, 2008 at 8:13 am […] point - to piss off those who try to look too closely at it, who take it too seriously (such as Ken Carroll - come on Ken, lighten up).

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Is ChinesePod setting industry standards?

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « There will be collaboration Are podcasts inferior to text? » Is ChinesePod setting industry standards? There are lots of blogs on the subject of learning 2.0.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » ChinesePod, the New York Times, and the future

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Confucius meets web 2.0 Culture and TCFL » ChinesePod, the New York Times, and the future The subject of online language learning has been in the news, particularly since Live Mocha received funding some weeks ago.

Ask Idealware: Solutions for Tagging and Archiving a Discussion List | Full Circle Associates

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Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Jun 03 2008 Ask Idealware: Solutions for Tagging and Archiving a Discussion List Published by Nancy White at 12:54 pm under social media , technology stewardship Laura Quinn asked me to contribute an answer towards Idealware’s Ask Idealware. Especially so we can easily archive and tag the posts.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Skype, social networks and language learning

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Ken Carroll on Learning " Blog Archive " Here comes everybody

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Archives. Fear Factor » Blog Archive » Ken Carroll on Learning " Here comes everybody Says: December 2nd, 2007 at 8:35 pm. […] Original post by cogdog […]. Ken Carroll. networks, languages, and learning 2.0. About Ken Carroll. Rhizomes - Deleuze and Guattari -->. A bit more Joyce » Here comes everybody. I’m learning more and learning faster than would have been possible 5 years ago. The participative web (aka, web 2.0) makes this happen.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Is teaching a subversive activity?

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Creativity,Marketing and Innovation » Blog Archive » Subversion, Reading, Creativity, and Flow Says: September 16th, 2008 at 2:47 pm […] A few months ago, Ken Carroll wrote a great post asking, Is Teaching a Subversive Activity?&#. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Edupunks need to grow up Here Comes ItalianPod » Is teaching a subversive activity? Some teachers see their work as a subversive act.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Are podcasts inferior to text?

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Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « Is ChinesePod setting industry standards? Constructionism works » Are podcasts inferior to text? Recently, Lisa Neal, editor in chief at E Learning magazine blogged a rather odd piece called Ten Reasons Why Podcasts are Inferior to Text. I think the post is misleading to anyone wanting to know about podcasting. I’m surprised the editor in chief at E Learning Magazine could have written it.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » What’s happening at the Economist?

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» Blog Archive » 2007?11?27??Edublog Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « A bit more Joyce Re-thinking language instruction » What’s happening at the Economist? I love the Economist, but it ran an incredibly weak article today - False Eastern promise whose sub-heading tells us that the ‘craze for teaching Chinese may be a misguided fad’ The craze for teaching Chinese may just be a fad? May be a fad ?

KMOL » Blog Archive » SCENT and lurkers

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Registar | Iniciar Sessão Gestão de Conhecimento e Aprendizagem Organizacional Início Artigos Livros Entrevistas Casos Blog English SCENT and lurkers Ana Neves | 16 Jun 2010 Tópicos: 2 comentários Bill Ives is using his blog - Portals and KM - to kindly share his notes from the Enterprise 2.0 conference happening June 14 - 17 in Boston.I was just now reading his notes from the afternoon of the Enterprise 2.0 Black Belt Workshop.

Organising Knowledge » Knowledge Organisation Systems

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He had just retired as Professor at the School of Library, Archive and Information Studies, University College London when I went there to do my Master’s in the mid-80s.

"Public Recordkeeping as a Core Organizational Capability" (Dianne Macaskill, Archives NZ)

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Dianne Macaskill is the Chief Archivist and CEO for Archives New Zealand , and she will be talking about audits under the Public Records Act (PRA) in New Zealand. Reasons for managing information: - so governments are held accountable from administration to administration (tells the story from one administration). - to encourage efficient and effective business practice. - to engender citizen trust -- decision making is transparent. - to meet legislative and regulatory requirements. -

Fred’s Blog Archive | Remembering Fred | Stories, images, memories

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A beautiful blog, now a memorial to Fred. community living dying co-housing