Tue.Feb 28, 2012

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Online community ethics

Harold Jarche

Tweet Are you on Facebook? Who isn’t these days? Here’s People learn most from modelling the behaviour of their peers.

New ideas: Building the organizations of tomorrow

Ross Dawson

I recently spoke at an event organised by Building the Organisation of Tomorrow , a group created by alumni of University of Technology Sydney’s Master of Business in IT Management program. Below are notes from the three speakers. Bryan Fenech spoke about what the organisation of tomorrow will look like. The over-riding theme is freedom.

The best learning of my life

George Siemens

I’m currently involved in three open online courses: Change , CCK12 , and LAK12. Altogether, I’ve facilitated about a dozen of these courses, with about 15,000 participants being involved in various ways. Some participants, such as in the current CCK12 iteration, take the courses for credit. desire to connect with others? learning.

A vision writ large: The future, personality, and hubris

Ross Dawson

I have just seen the video of Peter Weyland’s speech at TED 2023, shown below. This is, presumably, an excerpt from the film. look forward to it.

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If You Have Never Failed …

Luis Suarez

And continue growing through learning accordingly. Quite the opposite. The metaphor of Risk = Life is just brilliant! If not, judge for yourselves.

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At least it’s not Twitter

Mind Hacks

Susan Greenfield, the neuroscientist who seems to have given up on science but constantly appears in the media telling people that ‘the internet can damage your brain,’ now has a website and a YouTube channel. sense of irony, however, seems still to be on pre-order from Amazon. Nonsense

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Bridging Social Technologies and Sustainable Development: Social Squared

Beth Kanter

Note from Beth: E arlier this month,  the Stanford Center for Social Innovation, hosted the USRIO 2.0 conference  (Rio+2.0: Civil Society 2.0

Revolt Against Student Debt

Nine Shift

The student debt of over $1 trillion caused by selfish Boomers has caused every Gen Yer nightmares. Every kid knows someone deeply in debt, someone taking a bad job or not taking a good job, just because of debt. That's clear from reading the kids on Reddit , where I also learned - -. Unbelievable. .