Mathemagenic blog networking study

Portals and KM

Lilia Efimova is running a wonderful series on some research she conducted as part of her doctoral studies at Telematica Instituut, Netherlands. Here is the overview of her blog networking study. As Lilia points out other distribution channels will take much longer to get the work out so it is great to see preliminary results in draft form on her blog. I wish had these channels when I was a student but my doctorate was done before personal computers, much less blogs.

Technology and Culture: the introduction of the milktank in the Netherlands

Joitske Hulsebosch

The story of the Suri in Ethiopia and the introduction of guns reminded me of the introduction of the milktank in the Netherlands, which made a lot of impression on me when I read about it during my studies. Milk used to be collected in milkcontainers, which farmers put by the road side. But when the milktank was introduced (around 1975), the factories stopped to collect the milkcontainers and farmers had to use a milktank on their farms.

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What would serve the function of the Netherlands monarchy?

What can knowledge interventions contribute to development?

Joitske Hulsebosch

One of the first questions was 'what kind of knowledge should the Netherlands 'export' or 'transfer' ? But I guess the question of relevant knowledge within the Netherlands could be asked at a global, policy level in the sense of what are the strengths and expertise areas of the Netherlands. Can we in the Netherlands also learn from developing countries? I was interviewed for Vice Versa and asked for input.

From intuition to knowing for sure: a case of applying learning analytics at course level

Joitske Hulsebosch

However, there appeared to be two participants who earned quite a few points, purely by studying sources. Blogpost is written in collaboration with Francois Walgering from MOOCfactory and Sibrenne Wagenaar from Ennuonline.

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About serial mastery and social media

Joitske Hulsebosch

The reason for her research and book was the quest of her sons to find a study areas , one wants to be a journalist and the other wants to study medicine. Your birth in the Netherlands, Europe or the US will no longer be a guarantee for a good job, we must increasingly compete with other professionals from around the world (not without reason that the tigers moms in China described by Amy Chua get so much attention ).

Mapping a community – easy and not-so-easy

Learning Alliances

Here are the results in tabular and map form: Many responses per country: United States: 29; United Kingdom: 17; Netherlands: 10; Switzerland: 7; Canada: 6; Ethiopia: 6; India: 5.

Designing an online and face-to-face learning trajectory

Joitske Hulsebosch

I co-facilitated an online trajectory about dairy development with dairy practitioners (for Heifer in collaboration with Agri-ProFocus) before a face-to-face learning event in the Netherlands. Almost half of the ‘Ningers’ could not participate in the event in the Netherlands.

Children, not chimps, prefer collaboration: Humans like to work together in solving tasks -- chimps don't

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

13, 2011) — Recent studies have shown that chimpanzees possess many of the cognitive prerequisites necessary for humanlike collaboration. Chimpanzees, on the other hand, show no such preference according to a study of 3-year-old German kindergarteners and semi-free ranging chimpanzees, in which the children and chimps could choose between a collaborative and a non-collaboration problem-solving approach. Thats according to a study of. > Science News. Blog Cite. Email.

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I'm sliding and morphing

Joitske Hulsebosch

After studying irrigation and soil and water conservation, I started working in the development cooperation sector, in different countries, Kenya, Mali, Ethiopia and Ghana. I saw that people in the Netherlands stayed longer in the same job because you do not have terminate contracts.

On homeschooling, integration and Dutch

Mathemagenic

Netherlands, thank you and goodbye – This one came on FB and on It’s written by Kai-Ting Huang, a Taiwaneese user experience designer who left Netherlands after four years on study and work.

Wrap Up of 2nd Annual Community Manager Day: Voices Around the World #CMAD « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing

John Tropea - Delicious Community

New Zealand’s CMs enjoy some great times More pics from CMs in Spain Videos and pics from Jordan An award of appreciation is presented in the Netherlands at the Dutch Community Managers Association (CMNL) Award. CMAD [link] Inside the Mind of a Community Manager (Social Studies Blog) [.]

Social networks and informal support: the big shift for policy

Neighbourhoods

I’m just back from an utterly absorbing study tour in the Netherlands, organised by my friend Jan Steyaert for researchers from the Centre for Social Justice in the UK. It’s obvious that informal support and social networks can be critical to the way society looks after its members.

Reflections from 2011 – A World Without Email – The Documentary

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PhD defense

Mathemagenic

Q1: why didn’t you study the non bloggers among knowledge workers? This is something I wanted to blog for a while, but – hey – it’s better late than never :). I did my PhD in Utrecht University , which is old (founded in 1636) and quite traditional.

Facilitating learning of our kids

Mathemagenic

We practice a holistic approach to learning: exploring different perspectives on a new phenomena, looking not only at its parts, but also interrelations between them, and studying things in a broader context.

Informal support: I ask you

Neighbourhoods

Two examples: in 2004 they published Building a good life for older people in local communities , a delight which I’ve cited many times; or you could go back to 1998 for their superb study on the importance of ‘low level’ preventive services to older people.

The ‘request scruple’ and the demand for neighbourliness

Neighbourhoods

The study was about ‘the significance of proximity’ and looked at the nature of informal care at neighbourhood level. What Lilian found and describes is starting to excite the social welfare field in the Netherlands, and there are good reasons to reflect on her conclusions.

Learning about upscaling of dairy development online and face-to-face

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

Almost half of the ‘Ningers’ could not participate in the event in the Netherlands. Heifer in collaboration with Agri-ProFocus organized a learning event on July 2nd about dilemmas in upscaling of dairy development. The idea to start online was born a few months earlier.

My dissertation online and in print

Mathemagenic

Novay: Enschede, Netherlands. In this dissertation early adopters of weblogs are studied to provide insights relevant to introducing blogging in knowledge-intensive environments. The printed version of my dissertation arrived today.

Thuisonderwijzers leren samen: learning with adults

Mathemagenic

This week is National Education Week in the Netherlands and its focus is on learning socially. Learning for a school aged kids is often associated primarily with studying in a group of peers under a guidance of a few professionals.

Technology: I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

Joitske Hulsebosch

From the description: This blog belongs to the “e-collaboration among Dutch NGO’s,” group, which is facilitated by a joined initiative of PSO, IICD and ICCO in The Netherlands.

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The Book is Out There

Michael Sampson - Currents

Melbourne (Australia) was first as far as I know, followed by London, various other cities in Europe, California late last week, Netherlands over the weekend, and so on. Nieuw en gesigneerd boek van @ collabguy : Doing Business with #IBMConnections met op p100 de case study #Silverside twitter.com/RolandDriesen/… — Roland Driesen (@RolandDriesen) June 8, 2013. Our case study, Saxion, is in it, great!

Technology: Dutch most computer literate and Ghana's rapidly changing telecommunications market

Joitske Hulsebosch

Residents of the Netherlands, armed with a tax break for computer purchases and some of Europe's lowest broadband fees , lead the world in the use of personal computers and the Internet, according to a study by the Pew Charitable Trusts released Tuesday.

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Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Nov 03 2007 About Nancy White Published by Nancy White Nancy J.

Handbook of Research on Socio-Technical Design and Social Networking Systems

Making CommunitySense

Edited by: Brian Whitworth, Massey University, New Zealand and Aldo de Moor, CommunitySense, The Netherlands. Social study of computer science. Handbook of Research on Socio-Technical Design and Social Networking Systems. ISBN: 978-1-60566-264-0; 1,034 pp; March 2009. Published under the imprint Information Science Reference (formerly Idea Group Reference). link] reference/details.asp?ID=3 ID=3 3019.

Flip your class or training with video

Joitske Hulsebosch

From two case studies - one from higher educationcollege and another one from a government organization , we examined (and watched) how video is used in different ways. Do you like to learn how to screencasten and live in the Netherlands?

Virtual and real stereotypes

Joitske Hulsebosch

I decided to turn myself into a man (wasn't very hard) because some people who meet me online without seeing my picture, think I'm a man (the name Joitske is a strange name anyhow even in the Netherlands, could go for a man and woman).

Expertise and Ave Maria

Joitske Hulsebosch

When I returned from working in Mali, Ethiopia and Ghana and started to work in the Netherlands I was at times surprised about work given to younger and junior employees. Image via Wikipedia I'm interested in expertise: what is it and how to build it?

Pathways into working in virtual teams

Joitske Hulsebosch

I'm working with Mark Turpin and Sibrenne Wagenaar on a study into impact evaluation of knowledge management interventions for the IKM emergent research programme. Since Mark is based in South Africa, and we are based in the Netherlands, we have to use online tools to communicate and organize our work. When we had a skype conference call, we opened a chatroom to take notes. However, Mark couldn't see the chatroom and I explained what he should see on the bottom of the screen.

CD creates £2.16 of value for every £1 invested

Neighbourhoods

Work reported in the Netherlands in 1989 suggested a ratio of 15.8:1. We couldn't do much with that data now, and this new study is obviously timely. Community development workers and their allies acrosss the country need to get their hands on the figures from this study, and use them to minimise the damage caused by uninformed funding cuts that threaten to remove the catalysts for genuine empowerment, co-production and civic involvement.

The dynamics of managing/nurturing networks of practice

Joitske Hulsebosch

Journal of Management Studies, 47(1), 85-108 The authors make a distinction between NoPs and CoPs; networks of practice and communities of practice. Research has been done in a development organization founded in 1965 and headquartered in the Netherlands (Dutch people can easily guess :).

From virtual classroom to workshop and back

Joitske Hulsebosch

We have chosen to start with a skype talk, then first three weeks online training followed by a week in the Netherlands. Do you know of any proper studies done to compare training with and without online components?

Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day – ¡Gracias, Mamá!

Elsua

It’s that time of the year again, folks!

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Nancy White

and more specialised groups like ICCO and Euforic in the Netherlands.

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Social capital/ism

GrowingPains

Last Thursday, Noreena Hertz gave a talk at the "debate temple" LUX in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.   Definitely a field worthy of study for economists looking to find a new focus for their research efforts. 

Everyone is a non-profit?

Joitske Hulsebosch

So in the Netherlands, joint initiatives like Linkis and Impulsis were started by development organisations to support the private initiatives. Lau Schulpen of CIDIN did a study into private initiatives in Ghana and Malawi.

On passion, imperfections, confessional writing and fears (re: dissertation goes to a printer)

Mathemagenic

In the Netherlands PhD dissertations are usually published as books. The things that make it difficult are those that I should be comfortable with, given what I blog and I study blogging - passion, imperfections and confessional writing. Historically dissertations in the Netherlands are accompanied by stellingen , propositions that sum up one’s PhD work. [This has been in drafts for a while, so don't be surprised with the date :)].

Dion Hinchcliffe Enterprise 2.0 Conference Workshop – Part Two

Portals and KM

David said that the Netherlands government saves over 25% of reporting costs by standardizing and making data more transparent. Dion said these factors came from actual case studies. This is part two of opening workshop by Dion Hinchcliffe on Implementing Enterprise 2.0 at the Boston Enterprise 2.0 conference. Dion brought up a guest speaker David Stephenson who he said is the “world’s leader in democratizing data.”

A glance back

Neighbourhoods

In March I wrote about the 'request scruple' - for me an essential post on Lilian Linders' insightful research into neighbourliness, after an inspiring study tour in the Netherlands.