OCTOBER 6, 2008
for Learning Professionals Course is starting and the topic is Social Bookmarks. It's fun to have a group that is partly experience and partly new with social learning going on. The second week of our Web 2.0 Take a look at the pages that are being tagged as part of the course - Work Literacy Ning Links. Great stuff.
Social Bookmarking Tricks for Group Learning
OCTOBER 17, 2006
The question was: How are you posting the social bookmarking links on your site? See: [link] for an example by Nancy White.
Social Learning Examples
Jay Cross's Informal Learning
NOVEMBER 15, 2009
At DevLearn, many people lamented the difficulty of explaining the benefits of social media to their managers and peers. learning applications.
sense-making with social media
MARCH 22, 2016
As Donald notes, sharing and posting on social media are weaker forms of learning than longer form blogging can be. Generation. Elaboration.
PKM as pre-curation
JULY 12, 2012
Content curation is NOT the same as social sharing, reposting/retweeting, liking or favoring a specific content item. for a specific audience.
Examples of eLearning 2.0
SEPTEMBER 22, 2008
internal processes on wiki starting to use wikis internally Moving faculty bookmarks to Delicious use wiki for learners to craft definition of 'seamless service' after searching orgs that proclaim to provide seamless service We hope to build wikis that our students can use to share information. approaches. These make sense.
collecting broken images
MAY 26, 2016
It took me one click: my social bookmarks on Student Resources. I can and I have done it for clients. As Stephen B. In Broken Images.
Web 2.0 Tool - Great Collaboration Example
NOVEMBER 28, 2006
tools as part of information sharing: AARF has built interfaces to the bookmarking site del.icio.us , the photo sharing site Flickr , and Digg , a site where members vote on the importance of news stories. Andrew McAfee has posted about Avenue A Razorfish's (AARF) Intranet that uses Web 2.0 All three use tags, or something close. Intranet.
Ensuring knowledge flow through narration
FEBRUARY 10, 2013
Narration of work in social networks is flow. Stories are an excellent example of learning flow. Organizations can do the same.
Starting to work out loud
DECEMBER 17, 2012
John Stepper discusses how people can get started working out loud and shows examples of different types of networks that one could connect with.
Taking the time to cross the chasm
OCTOBER 24, 2011
For example: The CEO who doesn’t see the value of social networks and lumps them all into the “Facebook for fun” category.
Google Plus – One Social Networking Tool to Rule Them All
JULY 5, 2011
No longer would there be a need to keep up with multiple social networking environments, with multiple networks, with multiple levels of interactions.
The Seek > Sense > Share Framework
FEBRUARY 10, 2014
PKM may be an individual activity but it is social as well. Sometimes we get all caught up in the latest social media tools.
Network Learning: Working Smarter
OCTOBER 22, 2010
Social learning is about getting things done in networks. Twitter is an example of a platform that enables this. Social bookmarks (e.g.,
Lists As Part of Your Content Strategy: A Short List of Tips and Tools
SEPTEMBER 26, 2013
What I love about FAQs is that you can easily transform them in Social FAQ s by adding real questions asked by your audience. Content
MARCH 17, 2010
A basic tool I’ve described for PKM is social bookmarking to file information. Management – getting things done.
Lessons from an early MOOC
DECEMBER 9, 2013
In September 2008, Michele Martin , Tony Karrer and I hosted a 6-week open professional development program on social media. Social Bookmarks.
IBM’s Lotusphere 2011 Highlights – People-Centric vs. Content-Centric by Louis Richardson
FEBRUARY 18, 2011
People-Centric vs. Content-Centric: A Copernican revolution needed to become a social business from louis richardson on Vimeo. . .
What tools should we learn?
JUNE 1, 2010
Social Bookmarks. Perhaps the simplest way to start sharing organisational knowledge is with social bookmarks. Blogs.
Reflections from 2011 – Redefining Your Social Web Presence
DECEMBER 29, 2011
Rather technology fails, or The Social Web user experience fails. Even after the Social Web. Welcome to the new elsua! Or both! Really?
Making Business Sense of Social Media and Social Networking – Twitter For Business
MARCH 4, 2011
Will Social Software follow the same trend? Welcome to Making Business Sense of Social Media and Social Networking! … No?
Social Business Begins by Unleashing Your Business Talent
MARCH 7, 2011
the huge amount of hidden talent of your workforce by empowering them to make best use of social software tools! That’s right!
#OEB14 Rheingold, Lewin, Stevenson
Stephen Downes: Half an Hour
DECEMBER 4, 2014
Social learning is what makes us human. It''s also more social - learning has been more and more peer-to-peer and not just listening to the teacher. In 2008 I was able via a MacArthur grant to create a social media classroom. We also use social bookmarks. There are far too many people without access to learning. -
Hot topics in Working Smarter for the past 12 months
MARCH 20, 2011
How to use Twitter for Social Learning - Social Media for Working & Learning , March 20, 2010. Charles Jennings , May 28, 2010.
Social Learning at TELUS by Dan Pontefract
JULY 15, 2011
In case you haven’t seen it just yet, let me encourage you all and have a look into Social Learning at TELUS. In this case, at TELUS.
Social Software Adoption
AUGUST 10, 2009
Not surprising, the terms most closely associated with Adoption are Adoption of Social Software and Adoption of Enterprise 2.0. and eLearning 2.0
Plans, structures and illusions
OCTOBER 28, 2011
For example, if someone wants to organize a march, does it need to be put forward as a proposal and agreed to by consensus of the whole? I could have saved interesting tweets to my social bookmarks but instead I decided to do a weekly review of what I had found. THE CHALLENGE OF BALANCING GROUP AUTHORITY AND INDIVIDUAL AUTONOMY.
Wikis and Learning – 60 Resources
JULY 13, 2010
So, of course, I went to eLearning Learning and I looked at Wiki , Collaborative Learning with Wikis , Wikis and eLearning 2.0 , Wikis Corporate eLearning , Social Learning with Wikis , Wiki Security and a few others. I’m involved in several discussions around how to use Wikis as part of learning solutions. How about math?
NOVEMBER 21, 2010
Tweet People are now the engine of change and the fuel is communications, says Jay Deragon in Systemic Impact of Social Technology. The #1 influence that is threaded through all five examples above is communications. Effective networked organizations are those with a sharing culture, embracing a new social learning contract.
Social Media and Learning: Implications
JUNE 24, 2010
Jason Willensky – “Will we be forced to chase hot tools and social platforms to stay competitive… is this an ever-expanding universe of tech goodies? Tools also make it possible to learn from others… following their bookmarks, for example, or using the tools to make contacts, simplify your own research, and more.
DECEMBER 11, 2008
public feed readers, social bookmarks, blogs, photos, videos]. Stories are an excellent example of learning flow.
Web 2.0 Learning
OCTOBER 29, 2008
This is another great example of eLearning 2.0. The Awareness platform includes tools such as blogs, wikis and social bookmarking / tagging.
Web 2.0 Applications in Learning
MARCH 3, 2008
Existing Adoption At the very start I asked the audience for examples of where they were currently using these tools as part of learning solutions. Question 1 - What are the most likely ways / places your organization might or does use Blogs, Wikis, Social Bookmarking, Social Networking or Collaboration Tools? Tools?
PKM – start small
OCTOBER 7, 2009
Pretty well anyone with a personal computer saves web sites to their Favorites/Bookmarks. I’ve explained it before in Free Your Bookmarks. If an organization or department decided to put everyone’s bookmarks into a social application it would make for a large repository of links. What skill building? Converse.
Social media workshops
MARCH 16, 2010
Please pass this on to people in the area who might need an introduction to social media, without any hype or sales pitch. Workshop #1: Social media for training & education (9:00 AM to noon). Focus: understanding web social media and how they can be used for training, education and personal learning.
NOVEMBER 22, 2008
methods to see examples of where and how tools such as social networks, social bookmarking, wikis, blogs, and RSS readers fit into day-to-day knowledge work and larger learning solutions. We will look at adoption trends and examples of eLearning 2.0. ASTD TechKnowledge 2009 is coming to Las Vegas in January.
I Know It When I See It
JANUARY 27, 2009
Established vendors of collaboration software are modifying their offerings and repositioning them as social software platforms that have all the features and functions necessary to support the new modes of interacting and getting work done. B U T The whole point about social media lays in SOCIAL and MEDIA. product? software.
Emergent Knowledge Management
JUNE 15, 2007
For example, see Bill Ives' recent post , and Paula Thorton. Structure would come from a layer on top such as social bookmarking and digg, and, of course, from search across unstructured content. There would be tools like social networks that would allow us to find people inside and outside the enterprise.
Learning Organizations, eLearning 2.0 and Edupunk
JUNE 7, 2008
The questions she raises are: Is the edupunk ideology saying that the use of social media in commercial learning management systems is an assault on the very philosophy of learning 2.0? For example, having social bookmarking that allows links to be kept private to a group. so that you can control visibility of bookmarks.
Working online is different
APRIL 18, 2010
For example, I once developed a Request for Proposals with a large group distributed across several time zones. I now take for granted my online personal knowledge management processes, such as social bookmarking; blogging and tweeting, but these habits make online collaboration much, much easier. There is no place to hide.