Reading Joyce’s Dubliners With Imaginary Friends | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

NLC2016 Hotseat notes: Boundaries and Limits of Networked and Connected Learning

Jenny Connected

The second Networked Learning Conference 2016 Hotseat was a much quieter affair than the first, but none the worse for that. Identity is an issue. Connectivity is mediated by systems platforms. Learning Identities in a Digital Age: Rethinking creativity, education and technology. Networked Learning Conference 2016 #NLC2016 boundaries connected learning networked learning Sonia Livingstone

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Annotated Bibliography: Background For Literature Review Project

Collaborative Thinking

The work builds on research from boyd and Ellison regarding online social network sites (SNS) where the SNS plays the role of mediated public. The idea of a mediated public where people “perform” in serious or playful manners aligns with research from Pearson regarding the front-stage and back-stage nature of a SNS. She bases her views on previous research on social network sites (SNS) where people construct an identity (i.e., Mediated Communication , 13 (1), 210-230.

Literature Review: Improving Work Practices in Times of Change

Collaborative Thinking

Organizational Identity. Organizational Identity and Social Network Sites), a much lesser amount of focused research was found. They are important for understanding how concepts related to identity and relations within social structures (e.g.,

2011 214

Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks

Collaborative Thinking

Boston conference, I presented a session, “ Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks: Identity, Graphs, Streams & Social Objects ”, in hopes of drawing attention to the issue and to spark conversation around design practices. conference, attendees heard from companies like GE, Nike, and Virgin America shared how they are leveraging an enterprise approach towards social collaboration.

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Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A

Collaborative Thinking

I had the good fortune to hear about the results first-hand when I co-presented with AIIM’s President, John Mancini , on a social networking panel at the Gilbane Conference held in Boston last November. That public interaction provides people with the opportunity to reinforce their identity as a subject matter expert, or expand their identity if they are not known for, or expected to have, that type of insight.

2012 170

Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks

Collaborative Thinking

Boston conference, I presented a session, “ Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks: Identity, Graphs, Streams & Social Objects ”, in hopes of drawing attention to the issue and to spark conversation around design practices. conference, attendees heard from companies like GE, Nike, and Virgin America shared how they are leveraging an enterprise approach towards social collaboration.

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The Riddle of Online Resonance (second instalment)

Jenny Connected

His concept of identity also allows for diverse aspects at both ends while still yielding successful communication and he allows for vagueness and similarity rather than sameness (Wenger, 1998, p.77). 1987) Teaching and Learning On-Line: Issues in Computer-Mediated Graduate Courses.

2010 130

How I use social media

Nancy White

Computer mediated - yes, but human driven. Now though, relationship can start as a content mediated intersection and then become personal. My online identity serves me well. Social media is an amazing (and sometimes scary) set of tools to show your identity online.

MirandaNet: Social Networking trivial or mind expanding?

Community Capers

In particular, Braided Learning is grounded in Salmon’s seminal five-stage model for online learning, developed in relation to business courses (see [link] These stages address: Individual access and motivation to use computer-mediated communication. Online socialization and formulation of online identities. ITTE Conference, Dublin, Ireland, ITTE. Communities of practice: Learning, meaning, and identity.

Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A

Collaborative Thinking

I had the good fortune to hear about the results first-hand when I co-presented with AIIM’s President, John Mancini , on a social networking panel at the Gilbane Conference held in Boston last November. That public interaction provides people with the opportunity to reinforce their identity as a subject matter expert, or expand their identity if they are not known for, or expected to have, that type of insight.

2012 100

From workplace courses to global conversations

Nancy White

From formal associations to communities and loose networks People flock together without the need for a mediating organisation. Identity and relevance of the job, feeling they are making a useful contribution as well as working on personal development and social capital, are important.

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication , 13 (1), article 11. This special theme section of the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication brings together scholarship on these emergent phenomena. Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Knowledge Discovery in Data Mining (pp.

2007 77

The Riddle of Online Resonance (first installment)

Jenny Connected

Proceedings of the 23 rd annual ascilite conference: Who’s learning? 2001) Communication patterns in computer mediated versus face-to-face group problem solving. Networked Learning Conference 2010. Learning, meaning and identity. Here is the first installment of our paper on e-resonance. We will post two further installments, which will cover sections 4&5 and 6&7 – some of which are referred to in this installment (so they are coming soon!).

2010 135

How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Computer mediated – yes, but human driven. Now though, relationship can start as a content mediated intersection and then become personal. My online identity serves me well. Social media is an amazing (and sometimes scary) set of tools to show your identity online.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Community

• Communities of Relationship center on intense personal experiences and generally adhere to masking identities and anonymity. It is useful for understanding issues of learning, meaning, and identity in context. Hansen Abstract Community membership expresses both personal identity and social identity. Her research interests include knowledge management, the development of on-line knowledge communities and computer-mediated communication.

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Finding experts in your company.

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

I attended a KM conference recently where a speaker remarked on how difficult it was to find experts in his company. There’s more to this story, and I’ll share the details in two blog posts that I plan to publish about this conference.

Full Circle Online Interaction Blog: Updating my basic article on online facilitation

John Tropea - Delicious Community

These may also be needed online, but there are also differences due to the technologically mediate nature of the environment. Part of this process is being a group - having identity and reputation, being able to have agreements and some sense of accountability to the group. The Janitor It can get messy in cyberspace, as we leave our words in conferences and topics.

2007 28

Brandy Agerbeck’s Obama Speach Visual Capture | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Last week I ran a very informal graphic facilitation intro workshop for a group of family mediators and a clear point of emphasis was leave the “I can’t draw&# voice outside the room.

The Four Tenets of the Community Manager

John Tropea - Delicious Community

3) Savvy Communication Skills, Shapes Editorial This tenet, which is both editorial planning and mediation serves the individual well.

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From courses to community: Josien Kapma and Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

From formal associations to communities and loose networks People flock together without the need for a mediating organisation. Identity and relevance of the job, feeling they are making a useful contribution as well as working on personal development and social capital, are important.

2008 100

Measuring Community Strength | Gil Yehuda's Enterprise 2.0 Blog

John Tropea - Delicious Community

I add that a community needs to have an identity. The community was focused, we had identity, etc. Trust transfer in the socially mediated channel. 7 hours ago RT @JoeRaimondo : Wrapped up the CDI KM conference. Home About Services For Vendors Policies Enterprise 2.0

2010 55

Promoting and assessing value creation in communities and networks : a conceptual framework

John Tropea - Delicious Community

among people, whether or not these connections are mediated by technological networks. The community aspect refers to the development of a shared identity around a topic or set of. may feel a strong allegiance and identity with the cause they share. flipside: the absence of collective intention and identity makes it more difficult to steward a domain. The work of community is to develop the learning partnership that creates an identity around a.

More on Trust in the Social Enterprise – confused of calcutta

John Tropea - Delicious Community

And communion is what we found in the Parenting conference, when Phil’s and Jay’s children were sick, and the rest of us used our words to support them. Heather Gold took pains to ensure that I wasn’t suggesting that social objects act as mediators for trust, underlining the importance of vulnerability in personal interactions as a basis for growing trust. Skip to content. confused of calcutta. a blog about information. About me. About this blog. Disclaimer.

2012 57

Tim on Etienne (Part I: Learning in Practice)

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Wenger argues for a more realistic adoption and expectation of learning, and challenges us to rethink learning, by introducing a ‘new’ social learning theory that is centered around social participation, being active participants in the practices of social communities and constructing identities in relation to these communities (p.4). However, these external and structural influences are always mediated, and thus given meaning, within the community of practice.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

These researchers study the uses of social networks and the ways in which they are mediated in society and in the workplace through information communication technologies (ICTs) such as (but not limited to) the Internet. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication , 3 (1).

2007 41

An Idea Worth Spreading: The Future is Networks « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

At first, I got a few retweets of my tweets; then more comments on my blog; then some people of greater influence started tweeting my posts, giving me more exposure; then a few people asked if I would do guest posts on their blogs; then I was asked to speak at a business conference here in NYC coming up in April; then I was hired by Duke University to teach a Futures course this July; and I literally am just waiting to see what happens next.

2010 44

Getting to Know Collective and Collaborative :: Personal InfoCloud

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The two terms are rather similar in definition (in some dictionaries they are nearly identical), but the differences between the two terms have a huge difference when it comes to value in social software.

ACTIVE LURKING: ENHANCING THE VALUE OF INHOUSE ONLINE COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE RELATED PRACTICES AROUND THE ONLINE COMMUNITIES

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Communities”, In Proceedings of Computer-Mediated. Why Lurkers Lurk”, Americas Conference on Information Systems , 2001. [15] Online lurkers tell why ”, American Conference on. Network analy sis and computer-mediated. Communities”, 11th International Conference on. Communities of practice: learning, meaning, and identity , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1998. [28] CENTER FOR. COLLECTIVE. INTELLIGENCE. Working Paper Series.