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Notes from 2006

Harold Jarche

Tweet 2006. reviewed my notes from 2004 as well as notes from 2005 last January, so now it’s time to review my half-baked ideas from 2006.

Things You Really Need to Learn

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Though your school will never teach you this, find a basic book on informal logic (it will have a title like ' critical thinking ' or something like that). Every day, subject at least one piece of information (a newspaper column, a blog post, a classroom lecture) to thorough scrutiny. Information on all of these can be found online.

How to Write Articles and Essays Quickly and Expertly

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Finally, a description provides information about some object, person, or state of affairs. Introduction: Four Types of Discursive Writing From time to time people express amazement at how I can get so much done. I, of course, aware of the many hours I have idled away doing nothing, demur. Part of it is tenacity. Those are the premises.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: The Economics of Attention

John Hagel

What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Dont Count On It. Lanham fails to make the attempt.

Harold Jarche » Don’t feed the dinosaurs

Harold Jarche

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stevenberlinjohnson.com: Can We Please Kill This Meme Now

Steven Berlin Johnson

This is now the daily information intake for millions and millions of people around the world. May 11, 2006 in Web | Permalink Comments I'm with ya Steven. Posted by: Eric | May 11, 2006 at 09:57 AM So glad to know I'm not the only who feels this way. Posted by: BD | May 11, 2006 at 10:25 AM I disagree, Steven.

Elves, Measuring Results and Informal Learning

Tony Karrer

And this exception relates closely to my earlier concern eLearning Technology: Informal Learning is Too Important to Leave to Chance. So, on to informal learning. If we have set up environments that help people collaborate, and support their informal learning, we should see output improvements. How do I know it works?

Harold Jarche » To be, or not to be a Net Radio Host

Harold Jarche

Web 3.0 - eLearning 3.0?

Tony Karrer

But even more importantly, we don't want to include some of this information in the question. They have very rich information with lots of meta-data and the question is not only what can we answer with the information, but what questions can we help to formulate. First let me apologize for talking about Web 3.0 and eLearning 3.0

Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 Tools - A Summary

Tony Karrer

so my focus could have been on richer information sharing" "Have a pre-class experience for those unfamiliar with the tools to learn more about them by having demonstrations or showing examples. Background Over the past six weeks, I've been leading a course: Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 / eLearning 2.0 approaches. See the next topic.

Is Gagne Relevant for eLearning Courseware Design?

Tony Karrer

We don't just want to present a bunch of information and have them read it. There's an interesting discussion sparked by Donald Clark's - Gagne's Nine Dull Commandments. Stating the objective Now bore the learner stupid with a list of learning objectives (really trainerspeak). Presenting the stimulus Is this a behaviourist I see before me?

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: SOA Versus Web 2.0?

John Hagel

For commentary on Software 2006 and the Software 2006 Industry Report prepared by McKinsey & Co. Dont Count On It. the GLOBAL SOA?"

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Unbundling and Rebundling

John Hagel

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New Technology Supporting Informal Learning

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

This work, in turn, is suggesting and supporting the model of learning described in the first section, that of a course network supporting and informing an ever-shifting set of course episodes. This is the basis for the models and strategies that characterize what has come to be called informal learning. 2006, June 1). 2006).

Knowledge Management Core Issues

Tony Karrer

We need practical ways to build personal informal networks. Providing environments, tools and processes that encourage informal learning, knowledge sharing of effective practices and stimulate innovation. Open space methods, creating forums and 'Ba' for trusted exchanges, blogging and informal wikis may help. practices ?

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OLDaily - January 5, 2006

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I've covered microformats before: these are little snippets of XHTML that define information structures in web pages. Tags: Online Learning , Information , Microsoft , Web Logs , Blackboard , Semantic Web , Semantics , Open Content ] [ Comment ] Tony Hirst , More OpenLearn RSS Feeds. Comments, of course, are not working. Cooperation.

Kirschner, Sweller, Clark (2006) - Readings

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

2006). 2006) pedagogy rather similar in some respects to the “interactive engagement” methods shown to be relatively effective by physics education researchers, as can be seen from the Kirschner et al. Working memory cannot be used to commit relevant information to long-term memory while it assesses the relevance of material.

Informal Learning Blog » Informal Learning wiki & graphics resources

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Strategy & Business Lists Hard Facts Among Decade's 10 Most.

Bob Sutton

   I am pleased to announce that, for 2006, they picked the book that Jeff Pfeffer and I wrote about evidence-management.    Here is what they said: 2006 Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense: Profiting from Evidence-Based Management , by Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert I. Your Information.

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The Form of Informal

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The words 'formal' and 'informal' are used in distinct senses. In one sense, something is 'formal' or 'informal' according to whether it forms some part of a recognition infrastructure - the system of classes, programs and institutions that constitute our certificate and degree granting structure. This is a pretty equivocal discussion.

Harold Jarche » Analysis for Informal Learning

Harold Jarche

The Paradox of Informal Learning (Form of Informal?)

Tony Karrer

If you read my blog, you know that while I'm a big believer in the need to improve human performance outside of classic formal learning interventions, e.g., personal learning support , you also know that the term and a lot of the discussion around informal learning makes me worried. Informal learning faces the same paradox.

Informal Learning Blog » Informality meme marches on

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: An Unusual Meeting

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

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The Form of Informal - 2

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Responding to Tony Karrer, More on the Form of Informal What do you think the meaning of the word 'dictating' is? Rather, some types of structure tend toward 'informal', while other types of structure tend toward 'formal'. And some very informal instruction - such as a 'how-to' manual - can be a job aid. But it is not. Right.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Innovation and the Competition for Talent in China and India

John Hagel

Read More] Tracked on August 10, 2006 at 03:27 PM Comments Realistic analysis and useful quotes. Dont Count On It. Please try again.

Informal Learning Blog » Presentation: No more teachers, no more books

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Informal Learning Blog » The business environment of informal learning

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Informal Learning Blog » Encore!

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Informal Learning Blog » We’ve got to start meeting like this

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Informal Learning - Let's Get Real

Tony Karrer

I've written about exactly this issue several times: Elves, Measuring Results and Informal Learning Informal Learning is Too Important to Leave to Chance Guidance Needed - Are we Misguided in Informal Learning and Collaborative Learning Techniques and have read lots about this. Often, today's learning has neither. Why not?

Harold Jarche » Formal education needs more informal learning

Harold Jarche

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Introducing Outside.in

Steven Berlin Johnson

Not just restaurant reviews or upcoming concerts, but the broad, bustling range of information flowing through a lively neighborhood: complaints about the local school; rumors of a new bar opening up next week; a crime report for a mugging the night before; a promising open house this weekend. So what is outside.in? The natives know best.

The Real Challenge around Informal Learning

Tony Karrer

The Real Challenge around Informal Learning Over the last few days I've had a blog conversation with Stephen Downes around what is informal learning: The Form of Informal - 2 More on the Form of Informal The Form of Informal The Paradox of Informal Learning (Form of Informal?) consultation report.

More on the Form of Informal

Tony Karrer

Stephen Downes has a great post entitled The Form of Informal which - well exactly what it says it discusses - the form of informal learning. In his post, he questions a couple of things I've said in The Paradox of Informal Learning (Form of Informal?) and Informal Learning is Too Important to Leave to Chance.

Informal Learning Blog » The Third Place

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Informal Learning Blog » My Educa Gestalt

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Informal Learning Blog » Stuff that works

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