I did a presentation today for COVAAC. The participants were great. They were all friendly and I had a good time. We learned about Wikis, Blogs, Podcasts, Facebook, YouTube and other social computing tools. I hope everyone does their homework!
These are my scattered notes from: In Marc Roenberg’s – What Every Manager Must Know about Learning 2.0 Session Now. #TK10 Influences and changes it is going to bring. What is learning 2.0? We live in a real-time world; therefore it changes everything we do. Education – Stable content, learn for the futuer, apply to […]
Source: intrepidls.com Innovation Strategy Models Models to consider for strategy development Prefer a series of fast tactical social learning projects over a big bang launch Don’t bet the farm on technology De-Risking Invest in a portfolio of strategic innovation initiatives Emergent Strategy Theory When a “best” solution has not emerged, choose the most flexible strategy.
Benefits to the Learner Able to access information as needed and on demand Imporved depth and breadth of information available than with only formal learning (crowdsourcing and/or long-tail effect) Rapidly access up-to-date infomration Information is verified and vetted by large community Sense of ownership and pride Democratization of content Benefits to the Business Decreate cost […]
Threats to Your Social Learning Strategy #TK10 Threat: Risk of Marginalization http://elearningtech.blogspot.com/2009/02/corporate-training.html Threats Changing demographics in the workplace X/Yers are use to getting things done on their own Twechnologiacally literate Conditioned to expect immediate gratification Skeptical of society and its nstitutions Lifelon learners Ambition Trent: Consumer-oriented social media sets expectations for yoru users (Expectations from […]
Examples of Social Learning #TK10PRE #TK10 from Intrepid.com Presenter SabreTown Employee community Tools built internally Profile Q & A Smarts People Blogs Sun Learning Exchange Users can generate their own content and upload it to the Sun Learning Exchange User’s can rate content and search through it Could be slides shows about products and roles […]
What is Social Learning? #TK10PRE #TK10 It is Web 2.0 applied to learning and performance support. Web 2.0 Characteristics Read/Write Web Users can contribute stuff back to a website Emphasis on peer to peer connections Not just organizations and content Information can be reused and repurposed Social (Any experience where being part of a collective […]
Using a blog for education and feedback #TK10PRE #TK10 140 Give an introduction through the blog post (or in class) Send the students to do an exercise (research, etc) Report out on the blog in the comments Examples of use: http://www.techherding.com/tk10/?p=19
Well, I made it. I am in my first session at #TK1o – Relax! Everything You Know About Content is Wrong with Dick Carlson. #TK10PRE In this session I hope to learn: How to Integrate tools like Twitter, Facebook, and e-mail lists into our e-learning projects Design a successful free/pay mdoel for learning content Create a […]
Today, I presented a seminar to the Coordinators of Volunteers of Anne Arundel County. The presentation was on Social Computing: Wikis, Blogs, Podcasts, Facebook, YouTube, and and other topics. The participants were great and I had a very nice time. The links that we will use for today’s presentation are posted below: http://www.gmail.com http://www.youtube.com http://www.facebook.com […]