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How Your Nonprofit Can Make the Most of Its LinkedIn Profile

Beth Kanter

Note from Beth: We are seeing more and more nonprofits use LinkedIn for organizational goals – from its powerful board recruitment tool to setting up company pages (see Ten Must Follow Nonprofits on LinkedIn ). Has your nonprofit set up a company page on LinkedIn?

Getting More Value from Your Social Media

Kevin Wheeler

Home About Future of Talent Subscribe Over the Seas Thoughts on Recruiting, Learning and Other Things as I Ramble around the World Getting More Value from Your Social Media by Kevin Wheeler on November 24, 2010 Platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and a variety of proprietary platforms are becoming core to successful recruiting, learning, relationship building, and marketing. To assume that everyone is connected, has a Facebook profile and uses LinkedIn is flawed.

SharePoint 2010: The New Employee Gateway?

Dan Pontefract

Enter SharePoint 2010, due to release in Q2 of 2010. SharePoint 2010 has better 2.0 In essence, Microsoft is missing out on a humongous opportunity by not having an out-of-the-box integrated LMS as part of SharePoint 2010.

Generations, Social and Enterprise: adopt vs adapt

Martijn Linssen

I used to never see my ex-colleagues again as a rule, but now they still stay in my LinkedIn network, my Twitter network, everywhere. D 27 July 2010 00:34 said. 27 July 2010 00:50 Martijn Linssen said. 27 July 2010 14:58 Luis Suarez said.

2010 Thanks and Spanks via Dan Pontefract

Dan Pontefract

This entry is entitled “2010 Thanks and Spanks”. It is dedicated to those external people, outside of where I work in no particular order, and over the course of 2010 that have directly helped me in my efforts, my learning, my network, my leadership or whom have demonstrated the three legs of the new cultural stool. Great chats in 2010, looking for more in 2011. Thanks for various speaking opportunities in 2010. For the “Vanguard Award” in 2010 that I won.

From Social Networks to Communities

Kevin Wheeler

Home About Future of Talent Subscribe Over the Seas Thoughts on Recruiting, Learning and Other Things as I Ramble around the World From Social Networks to Communities by Kevin Wheeler on June 16, 2010 Social media and social networks are all the rage. Over the past half decade the popularity of Facebook, LinkedIn and other networks has soared. Collaboration and Sharing People in a community share information and often work together to solve problems or come up with new ideas.

21st Century L&D Skills

Charles Jennings

I was recently involved in a discussion about 21st Century learning skills in one of the LinkedIn Groups. It got me thinking about a piece I’d written for TrainingZone a few months ago titled “What does your ideal L&D team look like in 2010?”.

Finding the time for networked learning

Harold Jarche

Find information. Approximately 14 percent of SMB Knowledge Workers’ time is spent: Duplicating information (e.g. Finding the right information faster can be addressed individually through frameworks like networked learning ( personal knowledge management ).

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Curing High School

Doc Searls

The way we see it, the social web now allows everyone endless possibilities in discovering new information on people, places, and subjects. That’s based on my digital footprint on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and my blogging activities.

Blog Post: Update: Gurteen Knowledge Community Group on Linkedin

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen I talked about the Gurteen Knowledge Group on LinkedIn recently and how I was making it the central discussion forum for the Gurteen Knowledge Community. If you are not a member, you can find more information here and register. And if you would like to connect with me personally on LinkedIn please do so

Blog Post: Gurteen Knowledge Community Group on Linkedin

David Gurteen

I have moved its activity over to the Gurteen Knowledge Community group on Linkedin. You can see more information here and register , if you are not a member. If you are not familiar with LinkedIn or not a member, could I encourage you to take a look. By David Gurteen I have recently deleted the Google Group: The Gurteen Knowledge Forum as it was several years old and rarely used.

Web 3.0: It Should Be About Transferrable Identity

Dan Pontefract

I have to, sadly, provide my details into various Ning sites, iTunes/Ping, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, MSN, YouTube, Air Canada, British Airways, and just about every other Web 2.0 A well-established research firm recently asked for my thoughts on Web 3.0.

What tools should we learn?

Harold Jarche

By creating your own “tag” you can have everyone finding information about competitors or new trends. There’s more information about taxonomies, ontologies, folksonomies and thesauri at SmartLogic. Bloggers continually search for interesting information they can post.

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Four Reasons you need structure for informal learning


Today, we keep hearing that formal presentations are out, that it’s all about informal learning, social learning and user-generated content. So, while structured informal learning sounds like an oxymoron, here are four reasons why structure still matters: 1.

Introduction to Social Networking

Harold Jarche

There are several different online social networks, but for our purposes, we’ll focus on the three that tend to be used the most by learning professionals–Facebook, LinkedIn and Ning. LinkedIn is primarily a professional network, designed to facilitate linkages between people who are wanting to connect for work-related purposes. LinkedIn Questions and Answers is a way for people to ask questions and receive expert advice. Weave Smarter Networks with LinkedIn.

Non-Research Citations in the Siemens Research Study

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The non-research citations are as selective and ill-informed as the formal citations. 2010). 2010). LinkedIn endorsements turn you into the product. 2010). LinkedIn’s Endorsements Have Become Meaningless. Defending himself against my criticism of his recently released research study on distance and online learning, George Siemens tweets: Au contraire mon frère.

Harold Jarche » Interdependent Learning

Harold Jarche

Filed under: Informal Learning , InternetTime , Learning « Social snake oil Diffusion of social learning » 4 Responses to “Interdependent Learning&# It’s Much Easier To Do It Naturally | State of Mind Coaching & Training , on March 4th, 2010 at 8:35 Said: [.]

Is There a Better Way to Social Learning?


July 21st, 2010 Goto comments Leave a comment Last week, I had the good fortune to speak with George Siemens for an upcoming Xyleme Voices podcast. Augment their systems with components that provide opportunities for people to interact in social systems for informal learning.

My Old Online Facilitation Workshop Materials | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Brandon on 05 Jan 2010 at 12:58 pm Nancy, this report/material is fantastic. Meri Walker on 10 Feb 2010 at 2:48 pm Nancy, I just discovered that you’ve posted your original materials here online and I’m delighted!! And hope to see you some time in person in 2010!

Twitter and the law of the few

Harold Jarche

Mavens are people who have a strong compulsion to help other consumers by helping them make informed decisions. Today, many people have an online website, Facebook or LinkedIn profile, but relatively few blog regularly.

Social (hiccup) CRM tools

Martijn Linssen

why not both Home About Contact Friday, 16 July 2010 Social (hiccup) CRM tools In the past few days there has been quite some fuss about Social CRM, to which my post did contribute a bit I guess. I just got very (un)lucky 16 July 2010 14:59 Marcel van Brugge said.

Success Formula for Discussion Forums in Financial Services

Tony Karrer

I presented the discussion forum as a solution to this problem, in that it would reduce the number of emails they receive because the information would not be in their in-box, and more importantly would allow discussion between the all the members (one to many) rather than one to one or one to a few. They were also concerned about the accuracy of the information that was published on the forum.

Sourcing Persephone

Doc Searls

While Google’s original mission (“to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful&# ) persists, its commercial imperatives cannot help but subordinate its noncommercial ones. Here’s her Linkedin. We are what we do.

The Future of Workplace Communications - Live notes from Future Forum webcast

Ross Dawson

The four panellists are Oscar Trimboli, head of the Information Workers group at Microsoft, Nicky Wakefield who runs the Human Capital practice of Deloitte Australia, Phil Cronin, General Manager of Intel Australia, and myself. We use Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to recruit. I am at The Future of Workplace Communications webcast, which is an hour-long discussion broadcast as live video as part of Viocorp's Future Forum series. Archived event available soon).

Social Media for Knowledge Workers

Tony Karrer

One of the questions that always comes up is: How do I find more information to help me get started? The answer is that this information is a bit hard to come by. There’s a lot out there, but it’s often hard to find information that helps you get start. Last week I had a presentation around using Social Media and Web 2.0 tools to improve your performance as a knowledge worker. This was a major reason that I started down the path with Work Literacy.


How Not to Seek Input

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

A while ago I signed up on the New Brunswick Information Technology Council LinkedIn group because I have a fairly obvious interest in the subject. Normally, I would post such comments to this blog as well as to the forum, but my comments were pretty negative, so I decided to send them to the LinkedIn forum alone, keeping a copy for my own records (I have learned to always do this).

Networked: Harvard Magazine

George Siemens

With Facebook, LinkedIn and other social network services, for example, we directly experience networks in how we connect to others, share information, and get answers to questions. Networks are no longer a means of understanding the present or the past, but a means by which to understand (probabilistically) the future behaviours of individuals, markets, and cells, as well as the flow of ideologies and information.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

open up exciting opportunities for people to access relevant information where and when they require it. Learning leaders will be more focused on relevancy of information. The answer is simple: Information Overload provides inherent opportunity for curation.

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Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

They reduce uncertainty by gaining information you didn't have beforehand. LinkedIn, for example - we thionk of it that way. But it has a failed expertise system, 'LinkedIn Answers'. Chris Wanstrath, Github Collaborative Softwrae Development in teh 21st century We do collaborative software development. This is the way software is usually developed. But a lot of the methods were developed in the 1990s. Linus Torvalds. Linux. Which is everywhere now.

How Much Time Should Your Nonprofit Invest In Different Social Media Channels?

Beth Kanter

This informative post is based on a recent webinar presented by the Ad Council provides an overview of how to understand the return on your time investment. According to this Mashable study , Pinterest actually drives more traffic to publishers than Twitter, LinkedIn and Reddit combined.

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Business or Pleasure? - why not both: InMaps - a priceless gem

Martijn Linssen

why not both Home About Contact Friday, 28 January 2011 InMaps - a priceless gem LinkedIn released InMaps this week , a very nice visualisation method that divides your linkedIn network in companies, networks, groups, etcetera. Business or Pleasure? -

Down on the iPad?

Clark Quinn

At the Upside Learning Blog, this post (which I found through the CLO group on LinkedIn) proclaims that the elearning industry is down on the iPad. It is, instead, largely a media consumption tool and a PIM (personal information management) device. So, it’s a great platform for formal learning, and I reckon, a reasonably powerful one for informal learning, at least independently (web browser, email).

Catching up…

Clark Quinn

How can you not see that social augments formal learning (Jane Bozarth has a whole new book on the topic) as well as provides new opportunities for informal learning and performance support? It’s certainly the necessary backbone for collaboration, inherently, but there’s also the somewhat ephemeral but valuable interpersonal contact, not just the information.

iLust? Changing the game

Clark Quinn

With network connectivity, it can be social as well; in addition to the internet browser there are also already dedicated FaceBook and LinkedIn apps for the iPhone. It’s still about ‘reading’, not about information. Now it’s not only possible for a publisher to create a richer, more fully information, even educational experience, but there is also a new direct channel for that endeavor.

Social Learning, Complexity and the Enterprise

Harold Jarche

Corporations that understand the value of knowledge sharing, teamwork, informal learning and joint problem solving are investing heavily in collaboration technology and are reaping the early rewards. ~ Official channels are competing with an expanding number of informal communications.

Harold Jarche » Big Consulting Companies Jumping on Bandwagon 2.0

Harold Jarche

Watch Kiran Bir Sethi [link] no technology required Themes Complexity PKM Social Learning Work Literacy Threads Books Commons Communities Friday's Finds Informal Learning InternetTime Learning OpenSource Performance Improvement Technology Wirearchy Work About Advertisers Clients Consulting Contact Français Key Posts Projects Toolbox Big Consulting Companies Jumping on Bandwagon 2.0

Harold Jarche » Learning is Conversation

Harold Jarche

Watch Kiran Bir Sethi [link] no technology required Themes Complexity PKM Social Learning Work Literacy Threads Books Commons Communities Friday's Finds Informal Learning InternetTime Learning OpenSource Performance Improvement Technology Wirearchy Work About Advertisers Clients Consulting Contact Français Key Posts Projects Toolbox Learning is Conversation Posted on December 1st, 2005 by Harold Jarche This is a remix and update of some previous posts.

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The thin line between transparency and vanity

Martijn Linssen

In 2010 I removed that, I think, and replaced it by the Blogger page view widget that is still on (and invisible if you're on mobile) I also have comments enabled, of course, and fiddled around with various comment systems, none of which I'm really happy with.

Harold Jarche » T&D Learning in 2020

Harold Jarche

Home About Consulting Contact Key Posts Clients Toolbox Français Harold Jarche Entries RSS | Comments RSS Subscribe by e-mail Twitter Faves planetrussell: "Globalization creates interlocking fragility, while giving the appearance of stability."

I Know It When I See It

Andy McAfee

I wrote about the mechanisms of online emergence here and here ; they include linking, tagging, friending (as on Facebook and LinkedIn), and following (as on Twitter). I think there is a feeling of a power shift or improved flow of information. I have found the strongest resistence often comes from organizational bosses who fear they will lose control of information. Issues like: lack of trust, loss of control of information, liability, etc.