Documents: Dead or grizzled survivors?
MAY 22, 2012
My friend Frank Gilbane has unearthed an issue of my old e-zine from 1998 in which I proposed that documents are dead, and in which he counter-proposed that they are not. ” I will acknowledge that there is one itsy-bitsy way in which Frank was right and I was wrong: Documents are not dead. So, we still write and read documents.
Open Business – From Document-Centric to People-Centric Collaboration
MAY 13, 2013
Thus what are you waiting for to put together that blog post or that other wiki page? . To quote: . People become unnecessary. How spot on!
MAY 17, 2008
She also made one comment that was very interesting: To the consternation of my rather conservative university, I am submitting the dissertation in the form of a wiki (although - strictly speaking - is it really a wiki if I don't open it up to the community to co-author, which of course I can't do in this instance). But that aside.
Handbook of Emerging Technologies for Learning
MAY 21, 2012
We created a supporting website (wiki) for the book. Those fine folks at University of Manitoba (motto: we’ve never met a permanent link that we haven’t made unpermanent) have deleted the wiki and the website. In 2009 Peter Tittenberger and I wrote a handbook of emerging technologies for learning.
Internet Time Blog » More online documents seminal to learning and the net
MARCH 2, 2008
On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a suit
APRIL 6, 2011
Using wikis or Google Documents means that everyone can see what the others have contributed. There is no place to hide. That’s it.
DECEMBER 11, 2014
Housed on a wiki, Peeragogy keeps on improving. Since the teacher learns more than the student, let’s all be both teachers and students.
Being clear on collaboration
AUGUST 2, 2016
It can be a document, spreadsheet, visual, or more. It’s When we can jointly create our shared understanding, we’re developing a richer outcome that we could independently (or by emailing versions of the document around). You can write documents, or adjust tables and formulas, or edit diagrams together.
Sharing pointedly or broadly
OCTOBER 16, 2014
Finally, a slightly different twist is shown with documents. Edited documents (e.g. Creating these in a richer way that allows for others to contribute requires a collaborative document (once known as a wiki). Also, the broadcast may only be an organizational network, or it can be the entire internet. What say you?
Activities, Workflows and Structured Wikis (Augmented Social Cognition)
FEBRUARY 9, 2009
tools like Wikis support workflows within the enterprise. By workflow, we mean activities that are important enough to be documented in the enterprise (either because it is an important client, or that it is an activity that is often repeated.)
Defibrillating Knowledge Management
OCTOBER 1, 2012
One construct looks back and considers the phases as 1) document-centric, 2) person-centric, and 3) network-centric.
The Smart Worker : shares what s/he learns
AUGUST 2, 2011
When interviewed by SocialMedi.biz in 2009, and answering concerns about the use of a wiki in an organisation, Josh reported. Tweet. Summary.
Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates
JANUARY 27, 2010
Are they focused around information such as documents or other static content? Take a few minutes to fill out this checklist. Describe them.
Information: What am I missing?
MAY 30, 2011
Blogs, wikis, image sharing. Change a document in context and. What can we do now with information that we could not do in the past? I’ve abused Kauffman’s concept of the adjacent possible by applying it to the new opportunities, untapped potential, and levels of complexity, that arise with the development of something new.
Why crowdsourcing should (and maybe will) be the future of government
JUNE 14, 2011
similar but less ambitious project was the public redrafting of New Zealand’s Police Act, which was done on a wiki in 2007. You may have seen the marvellous news that Iceland is crowdsourcing its new constitution. Draft clauses are put up on the Internet for people to comment on below, or on the Council’s Facebook page.
What corporates can learn from the Top 10 Tools for Learning 2012
OCTOBER 8, 2012
At its simplest level this might mean creating a common document, or a number of people revising a document that has already been written.
GEWR Online Event After Action Review | Full Circle Associates
APRIL 20, 2008
The After Action Review (AAR) of the event is now up on the wiki if you are interested! The DGroup was augmented with a Wikispaces wiki to enable quick capture, summarization and machine translation of the group emails. The wiki has given us, as organizers, a nice overview, but it appears that not many participants used it.
Six Tips for Evaluating Your Nonprofit Training Session
FEBRUARY 18, 2014
Documentation. Join Us! Evaluation is one of my favorite parts of the instructional design or training process. The four levels are: Reaction.
Doug Symington Mashes Us Up | Full Circle Associates
APRIL 24, 2008
Now it is fun to see Doug’s take on it, months later! Woo hoo! Share and Enjoy: No responses yet Trackback URI | Comments RSS Leave a Reply New to Full Circle? Welcome to my web home. This site is both my weblog and my business site. United States. United States
1st update on 10 Tools Challenge 2013
JANUARY 17, 2013
Document tools. BLOGGING & WIKI TOOLS. Wiki. 30- Wikispaces 32- Google Sites 88- PB Works. 3. OFFICE TOOLS. Note-taking.
How to Replace Top-Down Training with Collaborative Learning (3)
AUGUST 31, 2012
link to your blog and bookmarks, people in your network, links to documents you frequently share, members of your network. INFRASTRUCTURE.
The Standalone LMS is Dead
OCTOBER 24, 2009
Coaches, mentors, online buddies need to coexist within the wiki’s, blogs, discussion forums, webcam meetings, online presence, etc. Dinosaur. Soviet Union. Saturn Car. Hierarchy. you get the picture). Sadly, there are too many organizations like this out there. The LMS should no longer be thought of as a destination for the learner.
LMS vs. LCMS
JULY 28, 2014
Social Learning (Wikis, Blogs, Reviews, Comments, Mentoring/Coaching). ?. ?. Shared Media and Document Library. . ?. Key: ? All LMSs. ?
Reflections from 12NTC Panel on Data Visualization
APRIL 11, 2012
Documentation of Session. Panel Wiki: This is a hub for the panel and includes our session outline, resources, slides, and documentation.
Stephen Downes: Half an Hour
FEBRUARY 11, 2012
Early learning management systems were very easy to define.They consisted of a set of documents which could be merged with a list ofregistered users for delivery. Content'became synonymous with 'documents' and these documents - not something fuzzylike 'objects' - were what would be created and published and shared. learning 2.0
Missing In Action (Again!): The Customer
MARCH 25, 2011
I wrote yesterday about the wonderful work of Gallup in documenting the global problem of the disengaged workforce. have a best friend at work.
Kevin Kelly: Technology is good for the world
JANUARY 16, 2011
He spoke at the West Coast Wiki Conference yesterday. Kevin Kelly is a force of nature. Kevin Kelly. Also New Rules for the New Economy.
Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It
JULY 17, 2012
Internal Documents and Training. Internal company documents. Content management systems, wikis, blogs, curation. What’s the hurry?
How To Think Like An Instructional Designer for Your Nonprofit Trainings
JANUARY 27, 2014
write up a documentation strategy as part of lesson plan. Evaluation BEFORE. Analysis. Design. Your design is not just about content. DURING.
RIP: Rob Stuart, Godfather of the NpTech Movement
OCTOBER 27, 2011
Rob Stuart shared my birthday, Jan. But we also shared more than that – the nonprofit technology field. Rob was the godfather. storytelling
JANUARY 16, 2011
Ward invented the wiki. He edits out the ums and ahs to prepare a fast-moving video documenting the event. Eugene & Ward. Photos.
Social Media, Networking, and African Women’s Leadership Training in Rwanda
MAY 15, 2012
Here’s a few facilitation techniques that I learned from documenting the session. Documentation of the Visioning Process.
Are You Content Creation Impaired? Here’s Some Tips and Resources
FEBRUARY 22, 2012
Source: Copyblogger. Content Marketing: Overviews, Context, and Frameworks. Here’s how they applied to content marketing: 1. Content
Mass Collaboration Workshop, Day Two
Stephen Downes: Half an Hour
MAY 22, 2014
discussion boards and wikis, computer-supported argumentation, and community-driven question answering. So - we needed to create a corpus with which to feed our machine-learning algorithms - fror example, to identify persuasive on-topic documents (as most documents are not one or the other). 2005). And (as a conseuqence?)
How to Get the Most out of a Conference
Stephen Downes: Half an Hour
NOVEMBER 26, 2011
Wright provides this valuable service, issuing a new document every six months. that leave only tantalizing glimpses. Keeping track. Read them.
Have social networks replaced groups?
AUGUST 25, 2014
For example, Clay’s post from 2003 marvels at a “broadband conversation” in which the participants communicated simultaneously by conference call, through a wiki, and through a chat, each from a different source. Here are the four with Max’s comments appended: 1. These identities can of course be pseudonyms. 2.
Curation, education, and Robin Good
AUGUST 12, 2012
His photographs remain the best documentation of this art that we have. It’s Saturday night. This Logitech is great. If Or archive.
Reflections on 15 years
DECEMBER 31, 2014
We also have rich new ways to interact from microblogs to wikis (collaborative documents). For Inside Learning & Technologies 50th edition, a number of us were asked to provide reflections on what has changed over the past 15 years. And it turns out that the answer is both yes and no. And what amazing developments we have seen!
The social Web before social networks: a report from 2003
AUGUST 22, 2014
Tim Berners-Lee’s invention of the Web let the global aggregation of online documents scale by creating an open protocol for linking them. “We’ve gotten weblogs and wikis, and I think, even more importantly, we’re getting platform stuff. What did this look like in 2003, beyond blogs and wikis?
DECEMBER 16, 2008
SharePoint is so flexible and the documentation for it is so big and diverse, that a big part of my goals have been to understand the different ways that training organizations are using SharePoint. Typically this involves many of the same aspects as above: document sharing, calendar, discussion, resources, links, profiles, contacts, etc.