My social learning experiences

Joitske Hulsebosch

An example of the social media era and a pre social media experience, so the difference is clearly visible. Through the exchange in the community, I began to see broader contexts, we found common threads in our experiences.

2016 141

More from "A Dangerous Experiment" on Lybbaverse

Endless Knots

A Dangerous Experiment Death and dying Jeff StampsLybba, the "do good, be well" nonprofit founded by Jesse Dylan, is a groundbreaker.

2012 142

Experience – Observation – Action!

Net-Map Toolbox

I am taking my cues from adult education here and have developed a sequence of experience (draw the Net-Map), observation and action (or, to be more correct but use less straightforward language: actionable insights). What does this mean?

2013 127

"I feel centered" -- from Jeff Stamps's A DANGEROUS EXPERIMENT

Endless Knots

A Dangerous Experiment Death and dying Jeff Stamps Pancreatic cancerOne year ago today, Jeff Stamps died of pancreatic cancer, at home, where he wanted to be -- where he always wanted to be, even at his very healthiest. In the thirteen highly-productive months that he lived post-diagnosis, he pulled.

2012 141

Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment


Or do something about it, break the chain, challenge the status quo and redefine a completely new user experience. An experiment where I’d be challenging not only how I make good use of Twitter, but those around me as well.

2015 189

The Hybrid Experiment


It is an interesting new experiment that will bring a new and fresh look into how I see blogging through 2011 and beyond.

Inconsistent experiences of journal article publication

Jenny Connected

So far this year, I have been fortunate to have two journal articles published. It is always exciting after months of work to finally see papers in print. The first paper to come out in January was. Williams, R., Gumtau, S. & & Mackness, J.

2015 130

New Experiement: Splitting Personalities


Yes, indeed, a new experiment! And this is where my new experiment for this year will kick in effectively.

Diffusion Experiment

Portals and KM

From David Lazer , a little diffusion experiment I am happy to participate in. If you want to join in, and you have a blog or website, you can click "Spread It" to get the code. You may need to move the scroll bar down a bit to see and then grab the network image, which is the state of the diffusion at my posting time

Clouds & Mobility = Sensors & User Experience

Collaborative Thinking

These cloud-enabled devices can play a role in understanding what you're doing, offering you assistance and improving the experience that you have doing it. Devices increasingly become important not only as user experiences, but also as sensors. Ultimately, the cloud creates a fundamental opportunity to approach user experience in a much different way. Tags: SaaS user-experience Insightful expansion of what cloud computing could enable. .

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Grids & Gestures Exercise. The text behind my experience.

Jenny Connected

There are people who have blogged about the experience as I am doing here. Thanks to all for this memorable experience. Nick Sousanis’ Grids and Gestures 5 day online exercise has come to an end. It’s been a while since I’ve felt so engaged in an online activity.

2016 130

IBM’s Client Experience Jam Is Now History


Last week, IBM hosted the Client Experience Jam from March 12th to March 15th, to commemorate not only the 10th year anniversary of the first IBM Vales Jam , but also to help redefine those very same values that were established back then in 2003.

2013 200

A New Watch Experience

Michael Sampson - Currents

I was in the market for a new wristwatch a few years ago. The most important aspect is a vibrating alarm, so I can get out of bed quietly in the morning without waking up my wife and the baby, and also to serve as a reminder during presentations of where I'm up to.

Green Chameleon » Experience as a Prospect

Green Chameleon blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Experience as a Prospect Buried away at the foot of Maish Nichani’s post on Karim Rashid the other day, is this tantalising snippet: “While many of us treat experience as a historical after thought, Karim, I think, likes to treat experience as something he’d like to pass through in the future.&#

2007 100

Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment – The Follow-Up


For now, it’s just my overall user experience of how I get to use Twitter on a daily basis, so please do take this article with a pinch of salt or two as well. Here’s what else I have learned about my Twitter #0Following experiment for the last year or so: .

2016 141

Capturing the learner experience in ModPo and open learning environments

Jenny Connected

In these webinars we will be sharing some thoughts about our experiences in MOOCs and other courses, in my case ModPo, and inviting participants to do likewise. This is a visualization of my reflection on my ModPo experience at the end of Week 10, the end of the MOOC.

2013 141

Experimenting with Twitter

Joitske Hulsebosch

We conducted a week-long experiment with Twitter , for 12 people who were not yet familiar with the tool. In this blogpost, we'll describe the experiment, and we'll summarize the reflections and new ideas for applicability of the tool. Write down your experiences in the wiki.

2007 130

The Sharing Experiment and The Kid Inside You


That Sharing Experiment is a whole proof we can do better at the workplace when sharing our knowledge across. If you would remember, a few months back, I put together this blog post on “ Why Do I Share My Knowledge?

2013 169

The limits of virtual experience

Jenny Connected

Is there a line beyond which we would not be prepared to go or beyond which the experience would lose meaning without the face-to-face contact. Today I have been to a funeral – both a very sad occasion but also a wonderful celebration of a life well lived and surrounded by much love from a wide and extensive family and community.

Transcript from Google+ Workshop Experiment

Nancy White

Creating the connection – mirroring, conflict, authentic storytelling – talking from experience. I have been wondering about this and how G+ provides perhaps a much better user experience w.r.t. What was the experience like, Nancy, to conduct it? After posting about my conVerge11 workshop , I realized it might be good to capture the notes out of Google+. So here they are: Nancy White - Nov 24, 2011 - Public.

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liquid learning place, free-floating knowledge, flow experience

Taming the spaces

A term of interest is “flow experience&#. This originates from a metaphor people were using: several people described their ‘flow’ experiences using the metaphor of a water current carrying them along. Some factors that Csíkszentmihályi identifies as accompanying an experience of flow are of interest: - Concentrating and focusing, a high degree of concentration on a limited field of attention. -

The Twitter Experiment - By Dr. Monica Rankin


Then you must watch The Twitter Experiment by Dr. Monica Rankin. an experiment by which she uses Twitter with her students to help improve the overall flow of not only the classroom itself, but the interactions, and conversations, of the various students, amongst themselves and also with her.

Design Experiences, Don't Plan Meetings

Michael Sampson - Currents

John talks about the need to design the learning experiences at meetings , rather than leaving them up to chance: " "For far too long, meeting professionals have been in the planning business. What if we designed an experience that captured people’s imaginations, challenged their thinking, inspired them to dream about what’s possible and then empowered them accordingly?

Process versus content in the learning experience

Jenny Connected

These activities were critical to the success of the workshop and contributed to what made the workshop a unique and unforgettable experience. The tensions between process and content were very interesting to observe in the BEtreat workshop that I recently attended California.

2011 130

Blog>> An Arabian Experience

Green Chameleon

Earlier this month, Patrick and I travelled to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to conduct a workshop for the Islamic Development Bank. The gentleman who invited us, Naguib Chowdhury , blogged about his thoughts regarding the workshop here. Like him, I too entered into it with preconceptions about the workshop. I imagined that running a workshop in the Middle East would be very different from running one in Asia. In many ways, they are.

Gotta Share! – The Ultimate Conference Event Experience


Shouldn’t ALL conference events strive to provide that seamless, unified, shareable social experience, not just for the “in situ&# participants, while attending a live conference, but also for those folks who may be remote, but still rather interested in the topics discussed?

2011 130

Black Swan: A Thought Experiment

How to Save the World

T his is a thought experiment, and an idea for a possible new video game, one that might actually help us learn about the world most humans live in, appreciate our personal fortune, and help us increase our resilience to cope with the times ahead.

2014 63

Blog>> Video on KM Competencies, Skills, Experience

Green Chameleon

In this one, she asks a bunch of seasoned professionals what advice they would give on the competencies, skills and experience that would be useful in that role.

Skills 130

Learning in times of Google: two personal experiences

Joitske Hulsebosch

Another experience: I wanted to learn social network analyse (SNA). We''ll reflect on our learning in practice by presenting our experiences in November with a Dutch network of networkprofessionals.

2013 130

Second life secondary experiences

Joitske Hulsebosch

I've never spent time to understand or experiment with Second Life. I also read a book by the writer Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer about his experiences in Second Life. He has chosen to be a woman in Second Life as a kind of sociological or antropological experiment. I think this could be a way of using Second Life in the context of learning- to have people experience a different culture and see how it makes them creative and look at their real life with other eyes.

An experiment with sharing processes

Viv Mcwaters

I’m often asked for notes about the processes that I use, so I’m experimenting with using slideshows to describe processes. My first attempt is with one of my favourite activities called Pass the Zap! This might be a step before making some animated videos. I’d really be interested in your feedback. Thanks. Fac Processes - Pass the Zap! View more Microsoft Word documents from Viv Mcwaters.

Share 109

MacBook Pro – The Down to Earth Experience


Yes, indeed, for the first time ever, my nearly two year old MacBook Pro (Second one I have had so far, after the first one year experience with an older model …) decided to let me down and go with one of those kernel panic crashes that surely provoked quite a scare on yours truly!

2010 130

SAP and MindTouch Work Together to Enhance Customer Experience

Portals and KM

This aggregation helps companies gain a deeper understanding of their customers’ needs so they are able to provide a delightful service experience while reducing response times and minimizing ticket generation. This week I will be looking again at new technolgies. 

SAP 130

Surface Pro 4 vs. iPad Pro – One Person’s Decision Experience

Michael Sampson - Currents

If I needed a full computer experience, the Surface Pro 4 would be the winner. We’ll see what happens after I get some good experience under my belt. What fascinates me with Chris’s experience is the complete turnaround – from starting March 6 with the expectation to buy a Surface Pro 4 to ending it with two new iPad Pros – based on actual performance. I look forward to the follow-up on his experiences with going digital again.

2016 129

Best and worst conference experiences

Viv Mcwaters

And I’m interested in your best and worst conference experiences. Best: Using Playback Theatre to revisit our experiences and close a conference; the amazing, surprising people I’ve met at Open Space on Open Space gatherings; memorable celebrations, one of the best when my friend Geoff wrote a blues song, The Facilitation Blues , to celebrate the Naked Facilitator Conference; ‘famous’ people who are accessible.

My experiences so far on learning via Stanford MOOC

Viv Mcwaters

My experiences so far on learning via Stanford MOOC is a post from: I’ve enrolled in a MOOC (massive open on-line course) at Stanford University. The course, on Designing New Learning Environments is curated by Prof Paul Kim , and is done entirely on-line.

2012 130

A Gift Circle: Our Amazing Experience

How to Save the World

Encourage everyone to follow up within a week to firm up arrangements — otherwise they are likely to be forgotten, and if people experience a lack of follow-through, the credibility of the whole gift circle process will be undermined.

2014 70

Two very different publishing experiences!

Governance in a Networked World

I had a conversation with Wiki evangelist Stuart Mader [link] in a cafe in San Fancisco last year where we chatted, amongst other things, about our book publishing experiences. His time to market was similar to my second experience, though with a superior editing process happening concurrently as the book was being written. It will probably never happen again (at least for me) but having never published a book before I had two books hit the market in the same month!

Top 10 Customer Experience blogs

Community Guy

The fine folks at Six Apart asked the Ant’s Eye View team to share our Top 10 Customer Experience blogs. Customer Experience Matters. One of the best blogs on customer experience as a discipline around. We’ve put together what I think is a pretty strong list of blogs you may or may not be reading. Here’s the first three on the list, just as a teaser. If you want to see all 10, head to Confessions of an Aca/Fan.

Giving Opinion and Sharing Experience

Chris Collison

…a meeting or workshop where people are invited from other organisations and groups to share their experience, insights and knowledge with a team who have requested some help early on in a piece of work. Sometimes the opinion given is rooted in experience, but not necessarily.

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