Breaking out from ‘Enforced Independence’ – #rhizo14

Jenny Connected

But Dave has given us an example of what he means by ‘enforced independence’ by sharing his syllabus for his f2f course ED366 Educational Technology and the Adult Learner , which he says is an example of how he tries to balance the enforcement.

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Various ways to use social media as a facilitator or trainer

Joitske Hulsebosch

A great model has been developed by Jane Hart: how to use social media in e-learningtrajectories: We believe you may also use this model to think about how to use social media in face-to-face learning trajectories. (1) Jane Hart warns us that you should use the first model with caution.

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Learning While Building eLearning: #4 Lessons from the Pilot

Full Circle Associates

This is the last of four pieces reflecting on the experiences of Emilio, a subject matter expert who was tasked with converting his successful F2F training into an elearning offering. From what she tells me I would not be inclined to use that model.

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Much discussion about networking local government – now how about the rest of civil society?

Social Reporter

I’m currently gauging the interest in having a F2F meeting with the original KHub Advisory Group in order to solicit ideas that can be consolidated into a more formal response. Steve is the original designer of the Knowledge Hub, and as he explains here and here that sort of integration was envisaged in the Hub before elements were cut by LGA.

2013 165

Micro-blogging: Friend or Foe For Unified Communications

Collaborative Thinking

My premise (which I've publically discussed previously in this blog, sometimes under the term "social messaging") is that micro-blogging's broadcast model, coupled with its "follow", hashtag and other filtering/categorizing capability creates a "sense of space" within the stream. Micro-blogging alters this model via a broadcast stream pattern of posts that are public (in general). However, we need to alter the way we design, architect, and deliver such capabilities.

Facilitation Card Decks | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

This is probably why I was so attracted to the “drawing on walls&# involved in graphic facilitation , kinesthetic modeling and just plain PLAY as a way to work together. IDEO Method Cards I’ve been using these cards for years and in almost every way except as design method cards.

Raising the Bar on Online Event Practices

Nancy White

Design appropriate process: Think about your process design options. If you have a task to do, consider what steps are needed and design them into the process. She is an active online event designer, facilitator and technology steward. For a Learntec Event this spring, she decided to experiment with a F2F presentation technique called Pecha Kucha, but ONLINE. Jennifer and her team at WebJunction are great role models.

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Onramps to online engagement | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Mark notes it is also included in the “ Building Trust in Teams &# toolkit, PDF for free or you can buy the book, published by Oxfam www.oxfam.org.uk ) I have not used this game and would like to try it – and not just at a F2F meeting, but try it online.

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Online Facilitation, Twitter, Backchannel and Keynotes | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I like to role model reciprocity. Firstly, it models so beautifully how to combine blogging and reflective practice – I think this post is an excellent template for teachers. I know I really value this role modelling for my personal learning.

The World Cafe Community – Virtual Cafes? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I think there is much more here than looking at how to do World Cafe gatherings online, but in a larger sense, how do we best utilize convening methods from our F2F practices in a distributed environment – and all the juicy questions that go along with it.

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The World Cafe Community – Virtual Cafes? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I think there is much more here than looking at how to do World Cafe gatherings online, but in a larger sense, how do we best utilize convening methods from our F2F practices in a distributed environment – and all the juicy questions that go along with it.

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

Nancy White

What do you do when you summarize online or F2F group interactions? I joke that i like to role model imperfection to put everyone else at ease, but the truth is that my drawing is pretty simple and functional.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Its an exercise in acquiringself-knowledge, designed by Otto Scharmers PresencingInstitute. And my answer to question 15 was: Itwould be the first collective design of an (intentional) NaturalCommunity with three or four Natural Enterprises operating within it. Individual genius is useful only for the merelycomplicated designs -- technologies. Dave Pollards papers on business innovation & knowledge management August 18, 2008 Where Do You See Your Future Beginning?:

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

In a regular neighbourhood ofisolated strangers, you can do whatever you want as long as it doesntreduce the resale value below the mortgage, or defy local neighbourhoodordinances mainly designed to ensure you dont reduce others resale value. It could be designed by the future members collectively,or retrofitted by self-selecting members already living there or inclose proximity. Nevertheless, we need someworking models.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

I will tell them that Id like ourtropical subsistence hobbit-like permaculture forest community to beopen to others as a model, to show them not so much a better way tolive, as how easy and simple and joyful and responsible and sustainablelife can be when you dont complicate it unnecessarily.

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Why is Community So Hard? « how to save the world

John Tropea - Delicious Community

His answer to this question is that we will create workable, sustainable communitarian models when we have no other choice, when the only life we know has ceased to be. Residence entry points would be designed where each person would have to use there own badge to enter.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Imagine, innovate and realize the community: This is the collective work of designing and building the community to meet the criteria you have set. As unnatural as it may seem, and asunhappy and unfulfilled as it may make us, and as unresponsive,irresponsible and unsustainable as we know it to be, most of us areresigned to this model. This is the model of most affluent nations, andmost of the worlds cities everywhere.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

He formed the business using a practice called the Five Breaths of [Collective] Design , which looks like a great methodology to assist in Finding the Sweet Spot. And Arctic Melting Faster Than Scientists Worst Fears: "The trouble is that sea iceis now disappearing from the Arctic faster than our ability to developnew computer models and to understand what is happening there. 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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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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Life With Alacrity: Dunbar Triage: Too Many Connections

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

In order to solve it we need to look at the traditional cultural answers to the problem, compare them to technical solutions, both current and to-be-invented, and then see how a new generation of social networking services can be designed that molds the two ideas together into a more cohesive whole.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

The SupportEconomy , by ShoshanaZuboff A model for a post-capitalist economy. Cradle to Cradle outlines a 5-stage design and materials usage approach to sustainability. The principles should drive the way we design, develop and operate cities. [ How to create and sustain model Intentional Communities. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Some of them are protective colouring that is designed to makeit easier to survive in a crowded, judgemental and often intolerantworld. In many human activities, from the workplace to the theatre, we also recognize archetypes (from the Greek = original model).Archetypes Many of the gods of different religions arearchetypal -- intended as models to study or follow. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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Diva Marketing Blog - Marketing blogs and corporate social media strategies for innovative companies

John Tropea - Delicious Community

I was an old hand at F2F community organizing and building so I thought I had a shot at being useful. It is at once about design, technology, facilitation, change and human communication. Role model the behavior you want to see. Home About Contact Divas Blogroll The Diva Marketing Blog Approach To Blog Strategy GO » Looking for a presentation or workshop on blogs, eMarketing, marketing for non marketers? GO » Subscribe by RSS Subscribe by Email Blog It!

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