The Business Model for MOOCs

Jenny Connected

What is Necessary and what is Contingent in Design for Massive Open Online Courses? However, there was one very interesting, topical and pertinent question, which was, What was the business model for the FSLT12 MOOC? It seems that many institutions think about business models in terms of how much money they can make from MOOCs and certainly Oxford Brookes is thinking of accrediting the MOOC and charging for assessment next year.

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KM Program Comparison « corz and effect

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

lazyweb Shared Readings Stuff Corz Effect November 2009 M T W T F S S « Oct Dec » 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.com KM Program Comparison Posted on November 19, 2009 by corzandeffect I have just been through a exercise with the Knowledge Management Roundtable in Victoria. It is a combination of Sense making, Knowledge Market, Speed Dating and Maturity Models.

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A vision with legs – that grows

Learning Alliances

So it’s a bit counter-intuitive for a brick and mortar store to encourage people to comparison-shop right there in the store’s aisles. Share: business models Technology

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Social Networks And Group Formation - Boxes and Arrows: The design behind the design

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Read more at Going Social Now more about Shiv Stories by Shiv Singh Practical Strategies for Creating a Successful Intranet [1 Comment] Value-Driven Intranet Design [3 Comments] Making Knowledge Management Work on your Intranet [2 Comments] A Web 2.0

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Here Comes ItalianPod

Ken Carroll

New definitions of mobile learning » Here Comes ItalianPod Harold Jarche writes about how the traditional ‘business model’ of the universities is under pressure. But the business model of the University is as young as ever.

Redesign of face-to-face learning programmes into blended learning - an example in the Netherlands

Joitske Hulsebosch

Getting started with three design models After thinking about the added value and an introduction to blended learning we went into sub- groups to redesign using three different models (3P's Jukebox, SamR see video below). How did the models help?

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‘Communities’ and ‘Networks’: A Conceptual and Linguistic 2.0 Mess | Sonnez en cas d'absence

Delicious/choconancy/community

de concepts et de vocabulaire A Small Attempt to Model Organizational Evolution EtoB: will enterprise 2.0 Tags: community network comparison

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Evaluating and reflecting on OldGlobeMOOC

Jenny Connected

This might be due to the fact that this was my first Coursera MOOC and my reflections are influenced by past experience with many connectivist MOOCs, which I have participated in, researched and in one case helped to design and run. The design of the MOOC and structure of the syllabus.

Consumer No More: How the Web Changes Us

Alchemy of Change

The word “medium&# can mean a “material used by an artist or designer to create a work “, or it can mean “the storage and transmission channels or tools used to store and deliver information or data.&#. Liking will pale in comparison.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

June 25, 2007 Living a Natural Life I mentioned in a recent post that I am torn between the temptation to create Natural, Intentional Communities and NaturalEnterprises as working models that can help the survivors of ourcivilizations inevitable collapse later this century, and the temptation to just walk away, be selfish, live aradically simple lifestyle (a non -working model?),and Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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Take your pick - Facilitating, leading, managing, hosting, community-ship

Delicious/choconancy/online_community

Prior to this I touched on one point called " follow the energy ", which is what the spirit of social business design or enterprise 2.0 It all started with Euan Semple’s insightful post on knowledge ecologies (not economies or markets ).

Leading from the Bottom

Governance in a Networked World

Quinn’s inverted hierarchy model for new service led economies. A network model of a well functioning hierarchy will show cohesive networks at the executive level. Even office or workplace designs reinforce the hierarchy. We have been long term advocates of J.B.

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2016 – The Year I Went Mobile Only with My iPad Pro

Elsua

From my user experience with other iPad models in the recent past, I knew I’d need to buy the Smart Keyboard , so I did purchase one. So, the initial round of reasons were as follows: Speed, Quality, Design, Cameras, Games, Friends, Price, Early Adopter, The Apps, Mobility.

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Twitter is Not a Social Network

Alchemy of Change

Twitter’s data model and messaging system is so primitive compared to Facebook’s, or even that of Buzz or MySpace or Friendster or Digg etc. But then, I’ve been collecting comparisons between FB and Twitter.

Social Business Forum Highlights – Highlights from Breakout Sessions and Final Keynote

Elsua

Here is the embedded Slideshare deck from Phillip, so you can have a look into it and watch through the slides: Designing Collaboration: Building Systems that Really Work – Philipp Schäfer. Once again, I am on the road on to another business trip.

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Spoiled By Perfection

How to Save the World

This exploitation has a deliberate, grotesque goal: It strives to make us feel like we’re hopelessly flawed (physically and psychologically), uninteresting, half-alive failures by comparison, so we’re (they hope) compelled to buy their product or service to try to compensate.

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Understanding the Real Structure within Your Organization with NetAge OrgScope

Portals and KM

After some investigation, NetAge decided to build OrgScope on StarTree, a hyperbolic viewer designed for visualizing large data networks. OrgScope provides models of organizations that everyone can share, contributing to real transparency.

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Community vs. Social Network - Lithosphere Community

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Having been an academician before I crossed-over, I can definitely appreciate the need for rigor and proper design to be applied on a topic like this (especially as there can be various nuances of the term). Basically, I use math, stat, machine learning to model how our brain process visual information. Tags: community socialnetwork comparison

News Updates (February 25, 2010)

Michael Sampson - Currents

The laptop has a traditional convertible tablet design, with a keyboard, and a touch screen that can be rotated and placed on top of the keyboard to record data. Shannon offers a comparison between the social computing features in SharePoint 2007 and 2010. TimeBridge meetwith.me. TimeBridge released a new service to simplify meeting scheduling. MeetWith.Me works great for one-on-one meetings, and acts like a public calendar, but hides private details.

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List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Small World Labs “Small World Labs provides the design, implementation, and hosting services for your online social or professional network.&#

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

Ken Carroll

The role of the instructor (or practitioner ) is that of modelling and demonstrating, rather than as arbiters or controllers. This is one of the most visionary aspects of the ChinesePod model, in my opinion. The model is simple, and it look like you’ve kept the website lean.

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Will Adam Smith drive businesses in the future ? I'm doubtful. | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad Thoughts on management, HR, social networks…and enterprise 2.0 " The most successful companies are those that think jointly technological change, work design and the changes in internal social relationships.” Here’s a quick comparison of “1.0″,

DavidSibbet.com: Facilitation Mastery: Experiencing the Four Flows

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

What these photos do not show, of course, is the rich process of facilitated design meetings that we led as a way of generating this material. Partners for Change Model These are two supportive visuals for a Partners for Change model I co-designed with Sissel Waage and Ruth Rominger.

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SharePoint: Is It Worth Using as a Collaboration Tool?

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Stack Rather than tee up a function-by-function comparison of SharePoint 2010 and purpose-built social computing platforms , which would be mind-numbingly boring and not all that useful, let’s start from a conceptual view of Enterprise 2.0

My KM World Session Notes: Creating a Semantic Infrastructure Platform

Portals and KM

It starts with how to do a knowledge audit designed to create a platform for knowledge networks that provides the means for enhanced communication within and among self-defined social groups. You need to model flexible schemes to handle all this stuff. They also have different models of knowledge. There cannot be a single total score in your proof of concept comparisons but a matrix of things to score on. Here is the first in my notes from the 2011 KM World.

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Aggregative or emergent identity? Rethinking Communities.

John Tropea - Delicious Community

But we also have another model that we can look at using namely that of a crew. I think there might be some comparisons between this model and the Cynefin model, but havent really had chance to explore them yet.

The Value of Community Management

John Tropea - Delicious Community

This is partly due to the maturity of understanding the value of online communities in general and partly due to the fact that it is almost impossible to run a scientifically valid comparison of two communities because no two communities – or community managers – are the same.

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Snippets - What can your company learn from the Communal Motorcycle Workshop?

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Covering social business, organisational design, social complexity, cognitive science, sociology, psychology, learning, art, parenting, bicycles. So I guess my post had no point other than me discovering or learning something by comparison. I guess the point is, the organisations we work for are not the same dynamics or business model as a member of the communal motorcycle workshop…but we can sure adopt the engaging and sensemaking attributes of this model.

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Using social software to reinvent the customer relationship | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com

John Tropea - Delicious Community

In particular, Social CRM has recently come into its own as a leading model for this transformation. For comparison’s sake, online customer communities were a very hot topic last year in this same space, but as I pointed out then , it was surprisingly hard to create them repeatably.

With a 50 Friends Limit, Path Is the Opposite of Twitter

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Path Path calls itself “The Personal Network&# because it’s determined to go against the example set by Twitter Twitter ’s follower model; you are limited to just 50 friends on Path. the design is attractive. Doesn't look like a smart model.

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A Practical Guide to Implementing Web 2.0 (aka Social Networking Tools) in Your Organization

How to Save the World

like SharePoint) designed to improve internal collaboration, that actually discourages collaboration. Groupware, of which the most notorious example is SharePoint, was designed to facilitate 'communities of practice' (CoPs). So what's the best model for a corporate website?

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Some sites are designed with specific ethnic, religious, sexual orientation, political, or other identity-driven categories in mind. It was designed to compete with Match.com, a profitable online dating site (Cohen, 2003).

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Are We In A "Post E2.0 Era"? (Collaborative Thinking)

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Social platforms that started off as an explicit destination site (mimicking the model made popular in the consumer market) are now becoming an integration hub that enables a distributed social experience across devices, content, and applications as well as a centralized store of people’s social data. It’s not a perfect comparison – mobile and analytics are much more prominent today than earlier, consumerization of IT, etc. design. Collaborative Thinking.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

A study done by one largemultinational organization discovered their actual user audiencecomprised, in order: Needless to say, since the website was designed for customers, itwasnt reaching its intended audience, and wasnt meeting the needs ofits actual audience.

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34 More Ways to Build Your Own Social Network

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Detailed information about the companies is presented in the interactive chart to the right , which features additional information in popups and the ability to select only particular companies for comparison. They provide information sessions at the beginning of their relationships, collaborate during the design process, and may even help market the social networks and provide ongoing content moderation support. And thanks for including Prospero in the comparison chart.

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The Enterprise Social Network, Auto-Generated And Visually Mapped

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

So at Web 2 Expo this week, Trampoline Systems , the UK-based enterprise startup, launched its new Sonar Dashboard tool designed to be a “Facebook for the enterprise”. On the contrary, it was rigorously designed to meet enterprise security and inter-operability requirements from the outset. Meanwhile on the privacy front SONAR has a straightforward opt-in privacy model so every user is completely in control of what’s shared and what is kept private.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

A study done by one largemultinational organization discovered their actual user audiencecomprised, in order: Needless to say, since the website was designed for customers, itwasnt reaching its intended audience, and wasnt meeting the needs ofits actual audience.

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IBM Drives Enterprise Adoption of Social Networks with New Enterprise Adaptability Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Enterprise Adaptability integrates several recognized IBM competencies: Enterprise-class Web 3.0ish social software via SmallBlue/IBM Atlas —this software analyzes IM (instant messaging), email and other digital knowledge artifacts to create synthetic profiles and social web models among people.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

But right up to modern times this ambivalentrelationship and "being-a-part ness" still resonates, he says: The designation of the suburban yard as the cure for theafflictions of city life marks the greensward as a remnant of the oldpastoral dream, even though its goatherds and threshers have beenreplaced by tanks of pesticide and industrial strength mowingmachines. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

But right up to modern times this ambivalentrelationship and "being-a-part ness" still resonates, he says: The designation of the suburban yard as the cure for theafflictions of city life marks the greensward as a remnant of the oldpastoral dream, even though its goatherds and threshers have beenreplaced by tanks of pesticide and industrial strength mowingmachines. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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Collaborative Writing Tools And Technology: A Mini-Guide

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Deployment options are designed for range of organizational needs: Enterprise, Professional, Personal and Open Source. Collaborative Writing tools comparison chart Click on the screenshot below to view the full chart. It offers a chapter structure for the documents you create and also different collaboration models.

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