Technology, teenagers and books

Jenny Connected

The documentary did not at any time suggest that the problem lay with technology; rather it attempted to make the case for the valuable learning that can come from reading novels. If they had used technology (Kindle, phone etc.) Ripley St. Thomas Academy, Lancaster.

2016 33

Seeing Deeply Through the Medium of Technology

Alchemy of Change

As medium has become message, we must learn to see more deeply, beyond our distracted, glassy reflections. Featured Soul

2016 69

Trending Sources

Changing with technology: the example of collaborating with slack

Joitske Hulsebosch

driven by new technologies. I think it''s a funny example of the influence of technology on our communication and how our habits are sometimes matching older technologies. It is like some of our habits are one step behind the new technology and can not catch up.

2014 61

Teaching English with Technology – does it work? Part 2

e-Moderation Station

This post continues to address the question posed in Part 1 : Do digital technologies actually help students learn English? The research cited below is from my recent book Focus on Learning Technologies (Oxford University Press, 2016). Focus on Learning Technologies , pages 82-83).

2017 30

Maybe Enterprise 2.0 Is About the Technology

Portals and KM

There seems to be a reoccurring theme that “it is not about the technology” (see for example: Ted Sapuntziz’s excellent post, My lesson from Enterprise 2.0: However, I am beginning to think a large part of it is about the technology. I have been reading about the Enterprise 2.0

2011 87

Technologies of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

A question raised in this discussion was whether we can adapt to the pace of technological change. In what ways are technologies of cooperation enabling new forms of economic production, transaction and consumption.’. but that they have been made easier by new technologies.

2013 23

Technologies of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

A question raised in this discussion was whether we can adapt to the pace of technological change. In what ways are technologies of cooperation enabling new forms of economic production, transaction and consumption.’. but that they have been made easier by new technologies.

2013 23

Re-Inventing Collaboration: CRM as Social Technology

Alchemy of Change

Social technologies change the way we collaborate. Though we don’t often see it as such, CRM (or Customer Relationship Management) truly is a social technology. Twitter, Facebook and other social network services have mastered what it takes to scale all three orders of engagement with massive investments in technology. But the same principles operate in all firms – just on a smaller scale, and in ways that are less technology-intensive.

2011 70

A Webinar on Facilitating with Technology With 36 Co-Presenters

Full Circle Associates

My aspiration is that the technology would feel invisible, or better yet, would be a catalyst for connection. Everyone is interested in technology, but often in very different ways. Some want to know about the latest technologies.

2015 33

Teaching English with Technology – does it work? Part 1

e-Moderation Station

Partly because of this, English language teachers are often told that they should be using digital technologies to enhance their teaching and to increase their students’ motivation. But the essential question – Do digital technologies actually help students learn English? –

2017 31

Driving Organizational Change with Social & Collaborative Technologies

Collaborative Thinking

Driving Organizational Change With Social & Collaborative Technologies. Delivered at Interop, May 2011, Las Vegas. View more presentations from Mike Gotta. . . . Enterprise 2.0 Social Networking & Collaboration

Using Open Space Technology

Chris Corrigan

A post I made to the OSLIST today… I seek simplicity in trying to describe where and how Open Space does it’s magic. One of the ways I have had excellent success over the years in describing this work is derived from David Snowden’s work on the Cynefin framework. The short story is this: We are faced all the time with problems that are basically knowable, and problems that aren’t. Knowable problems mean that with the right knowledge and expertise, they can be fixed.

2014 23

What is really changing in the way we learn as a result of new technologies?

Joitske Hulsebosch

Last week I attended the Learning and Technologies conference in Londen. What is really changing in the way we learn as a result of new technologies? Or check out the session with Rudy de Waele about new upcoming technologies. elearning technology

2016 33

Communities & Technologies finally meeting Community Informatics

Making CommunitySense

attending the Communities & Technologies Vision workshop. Goal of the workshop is to build more common ground between the two very related fields of Communities & Technologies (C&T) and Community Informatics. I’m currently in Siegen, Germany.

2014 34

Screenagers, generation X and technology

Joitske Hulsebosch

STATEMENT " Without youth, organizations do not keep up with technological developments" Technology was a recurrent theme in a lot of discussions. Young people are skilled in dealing with new technologies and flexible in searching good applications for their work.

2014 21

Can Starting with the Technology Be Business Aligned?

Michael Sampson - Currents

One of the concepts I have been talking about for a while now is starting the collaboration journey with “Really Understand the Technology” (the R in the ROADMAP model I outline in my book Collaboration Roadmap ). In the ideal (or perhaps idealistic) view of the world, the use of new collaboration tools and approaches is solely “driven by the business.”

2015 34

Teams, technology and change

Joitske Hulsebosch

It is a good model to use when you're dealing with a change in which technology plays a role. A clear path is about technology that is easy, not frustrating. It is also about easy ways of fitting the use of technology into routines. We organized a teamhackathon.

2015 11

The influence of social media for learning - technology is more than just a means to a goal

Joitske Hulsebosch

I often hear: "technology is just a tool and should be the starting point, let's start with the goal and the technology will follow". In this blog post, I argue that technology is much more than a means. Social technology is a driving force behind social learning.

2015 28

Autism and Technology Enhanced Learning

Jenny Connected

Do new technologies transform or enhance teaching and learning? These technologies can support children on the autism spectrum in developing their social skills. For further information, see the event website – Playing and Learning with Innovative Technologies. Tagged: autism , education , ESRC , learning , technology. eLearning autism education ESRC learning technologyThis is the question discussed by Paul Prinsloo in his interesting blog post.

Think Culture, Not Technology

Michael Sampson - Currents

In contrast, only 24 percent point to technology concerns. There's a whole chapter in Collaboration Roadmap on this topic - Chapter 4, "Accept Technology is a Small Factor in Success." While the quantification of culture versus technology is interesting, surely it was never expected that technology was the leading factor?

It’s Time to Try Social Technologies by Kevin Jones

Elsua

Let’s keep plussing and trying out these social technologies!

2011 56

Responding to Clark Quinn: Technology or preparation? 

Full Circle Associates

And that’s what I started wondering: are we using smart technology to enhance an optimized workforce, or to make up for a lack of adequate preparation? To put it another way, would we get better returns applying what’s known about how we think, work, and learn than bringing in technology?

IT Talent: Technology Leaders with People Problems

Partnering Resources

Let Technology Leaders Do What They Do Best. IT Talent: Technology Leaders with People Problems is an original post from Maya Townsend , founder and lead consultant: Partnering Resources - Align.

2013 31

Young People's Learning Technology Priorities

SocialTech

Learners were also asked to think about their priorities as they related to technology. Young people in Leicester’s top 10 learning technology priorities are: 1. More creative uses of technology for learning 3. More student centred and student led use of technology 4. Photo credit: Marcus Kwan, shared under a Creative Commence Licence.

Technology’s False Hope

How to Save the World

My latest article, Technology’s False Hope, is up at SHIFT magazine as part of its seventh edition. The image above, from the Credit Suisse First Boston New Economy Forum Synthesis , describes a universal “technology development process” popular at the time.

2015 10

Technology Stewardship: App Integration Testing

Full Circle Associates

I can never fully leave behind my passion for Technology Stewardship that came out of co-writing Digital Habitats. Friends, this is technology stewardship in action and this is what this story is really about.

Why is New Technology Not Adopted?

Michael Sampson - Currents

On The Smarter Office, I posted on why new technology is not adopted : ". part of the approach for being successful with user adoption of new ways of working – usually powered by new technology – is figuring out why earlier attempts have been unsuccessful. The Technology Doesn’t Make Sense for the Work. Read the other four roadblocks: Why is New Technology Not Adopted?

Free Learning Technologies webinars January – June 2013

e-Moderation Station

At The IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG we are kicking off our 2013 webinars with a debate on interactive whiteboards, or IWBs (see below). We also have a line up of speakers talking about a range of projects using technologies with their English language learners, every month.

2013 23

Useing Semantic Technology and Machine Learning for Consumer Advice; Retrevo

Portals and KM

He has a PhD in Computer Science with a specialization in Machine Learning and Statistical Pattern Recognition, as well as significant experience with business applications of this technology. This is a great example of the right place to use machine learning and semantic technology.  With all the publicity over IBM’s Watson, there has been a lot of discussion about how far computers can go to “replace” people. Of course, I think that is not really the question to ask.

2011 43

What Facebook Does to Kids' Brains - Technology - The Atlantic Wire

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Business Bachmann Was Not Blinded by a Lighting Test Technology It's Hard to Tell What Kind of Company Facebook Wants to Be Global Sales of Nightsticks Soar 7,000% on Amazon U.K.

2011 41

"Focusing on Improving Practices" - Oscar Berg re Collaboration Technology

Michael Sampson - Currents

Writing for CMSWire, Oscar from Sweden advocates focusing on improving practices via collaboration technology : " The key question is not if people have adopted a certain technology, but rather how they are using it and how new and improved practices are being adopted. For an organization that seeks to improve its operations and management, the adoption of a certain technology isn’t really interesting unless it creates value.

Technology and Productivity: Good and Bad?

Michael Sampson - Currents

Tanmay writes about the impact of technology on productivity : " Across the web, I have recently read articles/posts that underline an important thing – technology is taking a toll on our productivity and is keeping us from doing work that really matters – that is, if we allow. On the other side, I have been a victim of technology as well.

2011 24

Balancing technology and pedagogy in learning music online

Jenny Connected

His interest is in music and technology. I interpret this as a shift from technology to pedagogy. Tagged: #change11 , changemooc11 , davidrees , music , online , opencourses , pedagogy , technology. ChangeMOOC11 eLearning #change11 changemooc11 davidrees music online opencourses pedagogy technologyLast week I was contacted by a past student – David Rees. Any teacher will know what a thrill it is to be remembered by a past student.

2012 18

Balancing technology and pedagogy in learning music online

Jenny Connected

His interest is in music and technology. I interpret this as a shift from technology to pedagogy. Tagged: #change11 , changemooc11 , davidrees , music , online , opencourses , pedagogy , technology. ChangeMOOC11 eLearning #change11 changemooc11 davidrees music online opencourses pedagogy technologyLast week I was contacted by a past student – David Rees. Any teacher will know what a thrill it is to be remembered by a past student.

2012 18

Solving collaboration issues with technology is a myth

Joitske Hulsebosch

Do you think new technologies make collaboration internationally easier or harder? The new technologies make communication easier and cheaper for sure, you can work with Skype, webinars, email, Yammer, and other tools. This interview is also posted on our Dutch blog Ennuonline.

Defining Collaboration - 4. Mapping People, Work, and Outcomes to Technology Capabilities

Michael Sampson - Currents

This post looks at mapping the elements of collaboration to the technology required. Here's how I view the world of collaboration technology as applied to particular people groups working on common outcomes. Technology : See the 7 Pillars framework.

Why is it called Open Space “Technology?”

Chris Corrigan

It makes me laugh because truthfully there is very little “technology” to an Open Space Technology meeting. So why is it called “Technology?” As Mahesh drew to a heart stopping close, he said… It is my pleasure to introduce Harrison Owen … and Harrison will you please explain to the gentlemen of the press what you mean by Metaphysical Management and Open Space…Technology. I get asked this question a lot.

2015 11

What Do You Want to Argue About? How Technology Can Influence Culture

Michael Sampson - Currents

" The spreadsheet I received says 20% growth, year-on-year ," Bob says as the meeting starts. " But the one I got says 17% growth ," Gareth says, before Bob can say much more. Mine says 25% ," Judith adds.

2011 44

The Intranet Management Handbook - Part 2. Technology

Michael Sampson - Currents

Technology. - Here are my comments on Part 2 - Technology. Chapter 6 talks about managing Intranet technology. In Chapter 6, Martin catalogues a list of technology issues the intranet manager will have to be aware of. That's Part 2 on Technology.

Technology Review Tackles Collaboration Tools

Michael Sampson - Currents

MIT's Technology Review publication kicked off its new topic for the month: Collaboration Tools. We'll analyze why some technology-enabled collaborations work and why others don't. But the technology to support collaboration is. The series is set up with this paragraph: " Powerful software and widespread Internet connectivity are making it easier than ever for people to work together no matter where they happen to be.