Jokaydia Community of Practice

Community Capers

This month restarts the Community Capers project to case study some of the brilliant examples of communities of practice that exist across the globe. We also support mixed reality events, professional development activities and a number of other projects.”

cRaggy 2018: design, feedback & reflections

Learning Alliances

This blog post describes the cRaggy event at the June 2, 2018 Cascadia R Conf , its design, the logic behind its design, feedback from participants and reflections on how such an event might be better in the future. Design to Balance Opposing Factors.

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CoP Series #5: Is my community a community of practice?

Nancy White

This is the fifth in a series of blog posts I wrote for Darren Sidnick. I am finally getting the rest of the series up. Is a “class&# or “cohort of learners&# a community? So that would suggest the community may be something offered alongside the course.

Cultivating Communities of Practice: Making Them Grow - YouTube

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Cultivating Communities of Practice: Making Them Grow. Communities of Practice are everywhere (Wenger, 1998). While this may be the case, it is possible to examine an organisation and find empty spaces where opportunities to cultivate communities of practice (CoPs) exist, and as one does, many questions relating to how this journey is best started begin to arise. The transcript of the multimedia resource is attached as appendix A.

2014 46

Consensus and community in the distributed web

Jenny Connected

MOOC is Community. I struggled last week to understand how the concept of ‘Recognition’ was being interpreted in relation to the distributed web, and I suspect I am going to struggle this week to understand how the concept of community will be interpreted.

2018 166

Community of practice - EduTech Wiki

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Community of practice From EduTech Wiki Jump to: navigation , search This article or section is incomplete and its contents need further attention. Contents 1 Definitions 2 Supporting a COP through virtual environments 3 Communities of practice, formal learning and education 4 Components of a social learning system 4.1 Communities of practice 4.2 Community building 5.2 They are peers in the execution of "real work."

Yi-Tan tech and business model case study

Learning Alliances

Jerry Michalski put out a call for past author / presenters to show up and talk about what’s changed since they talked on his weekly phone call in observance of the 300th call. Whatever the business model of the Yi-Tan community is, it works.

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Innovation and Communities of Practice

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Explore Community Log In | Sign Up From: gfbertini + Subscribe Innovation and Communities of Practice Related Comunidades de Prática 233 reads Intentional Innovation - Kellogg Foundation 2008 2211 reads Innovation and Philanthropy 1414 reads Kviselius N.Z. Risks of Open Innovation 334 reads Open Innovation 194 reads Encyclopedia of Communities of Practice in Information and Knowledge Management 124 reads Etienne Wenger - Communities of Practice.

Anecdote: Revitalising communities of practice

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Filed in Communities of practice. I’m truly blessed in knowing lots of interesting people. ” I said something like that to John Smith this morning on the topic of revitalising communities of practice.

Tomoye Ecco - Enterprise community of practice software

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Tomoye Try Tomoye Ecco online | Attend an online demo | Pricing and deployment options Overview Community taxonomy Powerful questions and answers Find experts and network Videos, blogs, bookmarks, documents and more Leader and technical features SharePoint powerpack Employees learning from each other. Customers sharing new ideas and best practices. That’s what communities are all about. Tomoye Communities maximize the engagement and productivity of your communities.

Anecdote: Explaining the action-oriented communities of practice model

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Home What we do Keynote Speaking About Us Whitepapers Anecdote Associates Clients Contact us Categories Anecdotes Blogging Books Change management Collaboration Communities of practice Complexity Culture Expertise location Facilitation Fun Intervention design Knowledge Knowledge circulation Most Significant Change Narrative News Newsletter Open space Questions Quotes Sensemaking Social networks Storytelling Strategy « 50 Web2.0 Filed in Communities of practice.

2007 28

My social learning experiences

Joitske Hulsebosch

I choose the topic: my example of social learning. I notice that there is a lot of confusion about social learning: is social learning about learning through social media? That of course makes it even more difficult and confusing. I would like to compare two of my own examples.

2016 141

Access to a world of practice

Learning Alliances

How communities of practice give us access to observing, orienting, deciding, and acting in a world of practice. Happy Corner, where the tailors studied by Jean Lave (2011) worked in the 1970′s, was a remarkable community of practice.

2011 194

eLearn: Best Practices - Online Course Design from a Communities-of-Practice Perspective

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Best Practices How Will Online Courses Weather the Economic Downturn? Queensborough Community College/CUNY and Stevens Institute of Technology Learnscape Architecture (8/20/08) Jay Cross, Internet Time Group Tips for Delivering a Successful Online Experience (4/30/08) By Richard Watson, Technical Trainer and Instructional Designer How to Motivate Your Students (4/18/08) By Errol Craig Sull Usability Testing of E-Learning: Easy, Effective, Affordable (4/02/08) By Carol M.

2007 39

Anecdote: The difference between communities of practice and knowledge networks

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Filed in Communities of practice , Narrative. In chapter 7 Steve makes a clear distinction between CoPs and Networks where the latter consists of a group of people who link together for mutual benefit, such as an alumni. While a community of practice is a group with formed for the purpose of improving member practice. But when we consider the middle ground it seems that the organising structure is in the eye of the beholder.

ScienceDirect - The Journal of Strategic Information Systems : “It is what one does”: why people participate and help others in electronic communities of practice

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As a model for accomplishing this new customer-driven process, Armstrong and Hagel focus their attention on the following four types of electronic communities: • Communities of Transaction facilitate the buying and selling of goods and services and provide information about these transactions. • Communities of Interest bring together participants who interact extensively about specific topics of interest.

2011 53

Shadow the leader – year 4

Learning Alliances

I’m organizing the fourth year of CPsquare’s shadow the leader series. She’s a member of CPsquare and the leader of “Melken Over De Grens&# or “Milking on the border&# — [link]. It’s a global community for expatriate Dutch dairy farmers that’s developing its learning agenda and trying to find its legs at the same time (in terms of organization, business model, funding, and learning activities).

2009 109

CoP Series #6: Community Leadership in Learning

Nancy White

Community Leadership in Learning - bees, mentors, coaches, experts and friends . This is the sixth in a series of blog posts I wrote for Darren Sidnick. I am finally getting the rest of the series up. Then a community can begin to step in, negotiate, and fill the roles.

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CPsquare’s Connected Futures Workshop

Nancy White

Note, you’ll get a pre-press copy of the now-infamous and as of yet still unpublished “Digital Habitats: stewarding technology for community&# book, plus a 6 month membership to CPSquare. Participants commit to 20 to 40 hours of engagement over the 5 weeks.

Future 130

Technology Stewardship and Unexpected Uses

Digital Habitats

The post had a quote that resonated with my experience as a technology steward to various communities. Presentation Zen: TED talk: Twitter & the power of the unexpected. So here are some practice hints. Watch for experimentation and amplify new, useful practices.

Technology Stewardship and Unexpected Uses

Nancy White

The post had a quote that resonated with my experience as a technology steward to various communities. Presentation Zen: TED talk: Twitter & the power of the unexpected. So here are some practice hints. Watch for experimentation and amplify new, useful practices.

New Models for Creation and Collaboration | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Jul 18 2008 New Models for Creation and Collaboration Published by Nancy White at 10:26 am under collaboration I’m a Joss Whedon fan.

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Walking around it to find a problem’s shape

Learning Alliances

Working together and staying in touch over more than ten years, Sean Murphy and I have tried a lot of different ways of learning together, from each other and from others. Recently we decided to explore our practice this further with people in public, on a regular basis.

2013 151

Learner Autonomy and Teacher Intervention

Jenny Connected

Some factors to consider when Designing Semi-autonomous Learning Environments. European Journal of e-learning, Volume 7, (2),June 2009, pg. which of course isn’t true – and – as he says/writes, it’s up to the course convenors to make this explicit at the start. Also from my experience, online teachers/course designers can get carried away with the possibilities offered by online resources/information/technology.

2010 107

CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Published by Nancy White at 5:48 am under communities of practice , learning This is a reblog of a guest blog post I did on Darren Sidnick’s Learning & Technology Blog: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? Try it out on some of your learners.

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CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Published by Nancy White at 5:48 am under communities of practice , learning This is a reblog of a guest blog post I did on Darren Sidnick’s Learning & Technology Blog: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? Try it out on some of your learners.

2008 130

Connected Futures workshop

Digital Habitats

includes a lot of modeling of learning interactions, stratagems, and tactics using a dozen different social technologies. We’re designing the workshop to support: Getting to know each other, each other’s communities. Exploring real communities, from an insider’s perspective to see community orientations & technology integration. Considering the role and activity of the technology stewards in authentic situations.

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Designing Web-Based Communities for Professionals

Delicious/choconancy/online_community

Designing online communities for business is a subtle blend of creating the right business model, a clear understanding and service of member needs and a usable interface that enables professionals to focus on engagement.

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

Ken Carroll

About Ken Carroll « Linear and non-linear learning Designing conversations » Skype, social networks and language learning There’s lots of start-ups in the language learning space, mostly variations on the social networking and Skype models.

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The Value of Community Ecosystems

Online Community Strategy

I’ve worked with some form of community my entire career. In 1999 I took a job with TechRepublic.com as “UX Program Manager” and spent 9 months helping design, build, launch and grow what would become one of the largest online communities of global IT Professionals.

2019 46

Bridging the gap: working smarter

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Nigel used one of my diagrams in his presentation and this motivated me to explain it in a bit more detail. The slide presentation is designed to be self-explanatory and may help convince management of the need to integrate working and learning.

2011 61

Social Media Planning and Evaluation for NGOs | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Part of this work has been to comb through resources and create some launch pads that are relevant to NGOs and non profits. I thought I’d share a few of them on this blog. This is the fundamental part that most of us are familiar with.

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

Joitske Hulsebosch

when it ended, but completely energized and full of new ideas! I followed his advice of doing a pre-conference session with Jef Staes which was one of my highlights. I decided to go there because of my work with the Defense academy in Breda to create an Open Defense Academy.

2018 130

Questions about rhizomatic learning

Jenny Connected

For source of image – see References). Hi Keith – I have been thinking about your invitation to discuss some of the ideas around rhizomatic learning with you further. and then of course ‘A Thousand Plateaus’ has been around for much longer. She has presented two models.

2014 265

Digital badges and the purpose of education

Jenny Connected

We have now come to the end of the sixth topic – Recognition – in Stephen Downes’ E-Learning 3.0 For me, this has been the least satisfying of the course topics so far. See the end of this post for links to participants’ posts. Being a Student in an Age of Uncertainty.

2018 148

SIKM community presentation

Digital Habitats

A little bit about our respective practices. Just in case Images: A slide deck with: A definition of technology stewardship. The 2001 “Tech Report” for the Federal Council of CIOs was getting out of date. proposed to write an update of it. trust models).

2010 159

Leadership Development in a Learning 2.0 World

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Skip to content Performance X Design Home About Contact Leadership Development in a Learning 2.0 Here is the description of the session from the conference program: Leadership Development in a Learning 2.0 driven practices Describe benefits of learning 2.0

2010 47

E-Learning 3.0 : Identity Graphs

Jenny Connected

We are now in the fourth week of this E-Learning 3.0 The task for this week is to create an Identity Graph, which Stephen Downes (convener of this course) has outlined as follows: Identity – Create an Identity Graph. This image provides only a glimpse of my identity.

2018 148

Re-visiting the challenge of networking civil society as Khub closes

Social Reporter

News that the Local Government Association is closing its Knowledge Hub as part of a £2 million savings plan provides a reminder of how difficult it is to maintain big one-stop-shop knowledge-sharing systems. Dave Briggs has launched a rescue bid , and I’m sure Dave has the skills and helpers to develop a lighter version if he can persuade the LGA (and users) to collaborate in a handover, and can develop a new business model.

2013 153

What’s your favourite flavour of KM?

Chris Collison

I’m a big fan of organizational network analysis. I think it’s one of knowledge management’s unsung heroes. I don’t know of any other KM or OD tools which can be as informative, revealing and engaging for clients, from a small amount of research input.

2013 66

Dysfunctionality: CoPs going adrift

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She’s exploring “dysfunctionality symptoms&# in communities of practice. The CoP is terminally dysfunctional if it is not doing what it’s funded or authorized for; of if it is not doing what we (members, founders) signed up for. Community management level: There are several things (indicators, symptoms) that can tell us that the CoP is not working smoothly, and most may be managed away with the right levers.

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Target Practice

Chris Collison

This is just a guess, but for half of you, I’m assuming that the answer is “no”. The other half of you are wondering where I’m going with this line of enquiry. On some precious occasions, we get to design and facilitate face-to-face knowledge-sharing events. Urinals.

Can you engage introverts in social learning?

Joitske Hulsebosch

It could be that introverted professionals prefer to go through individual e-learning models and more extroverted professionals in social learning activities. Maybe extroverted learners are especially active in a community of practice and the introverts read along and 'lurk'.

2016 151