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The Puzzling Technology Adoption Discrepancy Between Individuals and Institutions

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The Foundation index, measures the fast moving advances in technology performance and adoption, as well as the shifts of global public policy that are reducing the barriers to entry and movement. This discrepancy in technology adoption has been observed for the past few years.

Web 2.0 and Change Present Challenges to Many Learning Executives

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Web 2.0 Jay Cross is a champion of informal learning (and author of the definitive book on the topic), Web 2.0, Clarke famously wrote that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” is that it’s NOT about the technology.

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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: SOA Versus Web 2.0?

John Hagel

At the end of last year, I posted on the relevance of Web 2.0 technologies for the enterprise. For those who have not been following my blog, I attempted my own definition of Web 2.0 " and "Web 2.0 The Global SOA" and "Is Web 2.0

Stager, Logo and Web 2.0

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Gary Stager offers an impressive assessment of the use of Web 2.-0 His criticisms are directed mostly toward David Warlick and others who are advocating the 'revolutionary' use of Web 2.0 I think his criticisms are effective against the School 2.0 And I think that it is because the School 2.0 However, there are some primary differences between Logo (and its variants) and the panoply of Web 2.0 tools, including: The Web 2.0 The Web 2.0

How to Replace Top-Down Training with Collaborative Learning (3)

Jay Cross

Technological infrastructure for social learning. That’s short for a phrase that kept coming up in conversation when he was writing Enterprise 2.0. It’s short for “It’s Not About The Technology.” But you can’t do without the technology either. Third post in a series.

Learning = getting the job done

Jay Cross

Without a doubt, Web 2.0 By leveraging the thinking and approaches, as well as the tools and technologies, of the Web 2.0 Learning 2.0 It is easier than you might think to leverage scalable and free technologies to address your organization’s needs.

The many and varied risk factors in Facebook’s IPO

Ross Dawson

Our competitors may develop products, features, or services that are similar to ours or that achieve greater market acceptance, may undertake more far-reaching and successful product development efforts or marketing campaigns, or may adopt more aggressive pricing policies. Additionally, in the event that Mr. Zuckerberg controls our company at the time of his death, control may be transferred to a person or entity that he designates as his successor.

The Future IMS Learning Design

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The Future IMS Learning Design What is the future of learning design? Joel Greenberg My own personal view: maybe the world is moving on, and maybe the idea of 'design' is a bit old fashioned. It's interesting, because they all use techn ology, but there has been a lack of interest in using technology in their teaching. The idea is to lead academics to a lightweight narrative, and having them design around it. We write these specs, but there's no adoption.

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The Third Wave of the Digital Economy - Promises and Challenges

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Atkinson is founder and president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), a think tank focused on science and technology policy. The first was based on personal computing, the Internet, Web 1.0, The second brought us Web 2.0,

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Big Basket of Stuff #2.in which even amnesiacs can remember games.students get connected and wikis get adopted.

Mark Oehlert

which even amnesiacs can remember games.students get connected and wikis get adopted. Tetris Effect ) Special Reports 10 Emerging Technologies 2008 (Technology Review): includes Offline Web applications , Connectomics , and reality mining. " The Top 10 Free Educational Video Games (John Rice) Game programming tools (Tony Forster ) 21 days of Wiki Adoption (Stewart Mader) Wikis at Work: Benefits and Practices by Jeanne C. books futures Web 2.0

My 25 Years of Ed Tech

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

My point with this article is that, in writing about the last 25 years of technology, Weller is writing about my history. Diversity University started out as an educational MUD; Walden University was also an early adopter, and a whole bunch more. 2005 – Video Also: OpenID, E-Learning 2.0

The year’s top posts on Working Smarter

Jay Cross

Working smarter draws upon ideas from design thinking, network optimization, brain science, user experience design, learning theory, organizational development, social business, technology, collaboration, web 2.0 The Dark Side of Technology .

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Quick Wins

Clark Quinn

Here's the gist of his thinking: As I become more and more convinced that implementing next-gen/Web 2.0 is soooo much less about technology than about culture (Duh Mark, I know). I agree with Mark that there are fairly sizable organizational culture aspects to enterprise adoption of enterprise 2.0 / web 2.0 / eLearning 2.0. And, when you look at adoption patterns - a lot of what makes adoption of Web 2.0

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Well Played, Blackboard

George Siemens

Desire2Learn – the object of a failed Blackboard lawsuit (new t-shirt slogan for BB “all I got from this lawsuit was this lousy reputation&# ) – continues to be an active player (a reasonable argument could be made that Blackboard is largely responsible for the rapid uptake of Moodle following the announcement of its lawsuit…has anyone done a market share analysis that traces adoption of Moodle in relation to the lawsuit? Web 2.0

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Cloud - the Emergence of a New Model of Computing

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

They don’t care about the hardware, software or the details of the underlying technology. Unlike users, such members of what we sometimes refer to as the IT ecosystem are quite involved with the details of the computing model so they can design and program their applications, including what programming languages are available, what user interfaces they can design to, what system services their application can invoke, and what middleware and/or operating systems are supported.

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Reaction to IMS Learning Impact 2012 Conference

Xyleme

While it was a small gathering, the caliber of people and level of engagement of the participants was impressive. ( [link] ) There was a high concentration of executives of major educational content publishers, the largest learning technology providers, and leaders in K12 and higher-ed all gathered to coalesce around a set of standards that can meet the challenges of transforming teaching and learning in higher-ed and K12. The IMS is at the cutting edge of web 2.0

Social Media Planning and Evaluation for NGOs | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

This topic is designed to give you some tools and ideas for including social media appropriately in your overall organizational strategic plan and to measure its effectiveness. Whenever considering adopting a solution consider asking the following three questions. (1)

Quick Wins

Tony Karrer

Here's the gist of his thinking: As I become more and more convinced that implementing next-gen/Web 2.0 is soooo much less about technology than about culture (Duh Mark, I know). I agree with Mark that there are fairly sizable organizational culture aspects to enterprise adoption of enterprise 2.0 / web 2.0 / eLearning 2.0. And, when you look at adoption patterns - a lot of what makes adoption of Web 2.0

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stevenberlinjohnson.com:

Steven Berlin Johnson

2) Implicit in this design is the replacement of the mouse with the pen. That in itself poses a significant obstacle to its adoption. Like most novel designs, it offers some productive disorientation, which is always fun and thought-provoking and worth an experiment.

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Learning and KM: Separated at birth?

Jay Cross

Andrew McAfee , Principal Research Scientist , Center for Digital Business – MIT Sloan School of Management and Author, Enterprise 2.0. Today, Enterprise 2.0 He shares strategies, stories, and real-world examples of successful enterprise collaboration using 2.0

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Five Myths of Social Learning

Xyleme

According to a McKinsey executive survey , a whopping 71% of enterprises are using Web 2.0 The Web 2.0 Social learning is bi-directional and user-generated content and feedback can be a valuable asset for instructional designers to develop more compelling and timely learning, whether that learning is published to a formal course, a non-formal podcast, or an informal blog. While many learning vendors have thrown their hat into the Web 2.0

The 2009 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The CIO Symposium is an annual one-day conference on the MIT campus, now in its sixth year, “where CIOs and other senior business executives from around the world gather to explore how leading-edge academic research and innovative technologies can help address the challenges faced in today’s changing economy.” There was also a broad consensus that infrastructure savings and flexible scaling where key adoption drivers for cloud computing.

Learning in three dimensions

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Tony is hoping to kick off wide-spread adoption of virtual worlds in the enterprise. It is also somewhat frustrating to be in the thick of it for a few years writhing with impatience for the market to or the technology catch up. It forces us to examine how Web 2.0

Horizontal Learning

Tony Karrer

Horizontal technologies for learning. These technologies are supposedly designed for learning but that is not true. These technologies are institution-centric and vertical by nature. In 2006 I was at EC-TEL where Scott Wilson asked the audience full of educational technology specialists, "how many of you use a LMS for your personal learning?”. Social technologies are different. and eLearning 2.0 Interesting post.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Potholes and the Geo Web

Steven Berlin Johnson

stevenberlinjohnson.com « OpenSocial | Main | The Rest Is Noise » Potholes and the Geo Web We have a very cool new site design thats slowly rolling out this week at outside.in (along with an entirely new database architecture and other back-end refinements), and given that its almost exactly a year since we launched the original prototype, I thought it was about time I tried to write out some of my thinking about the geographic web as it has evolved over that time.

Finally a great E20 tool - and people play the social card!

Martijn Linssen

Im only kidding about "great E20 tool" there of course) A double post by Dennis Howlett on Tibcos Tibbr and a few others by a few others led me to write this one - not many people get it, it seems Enterprise 2.0 tibbr is the poster child for Enterprise 2.0, Enterprise 2.0:

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Learning Professionals Leaders

Clark Quinn

There's a vacuum of leadership in the adoption of enterprise/web/learning 2.0 Harold Jarche in Skills 2.0 : Today, active involvement in informal learning, particularly through web-based communities, is key to remaining professional and creative in a field. Being a learning professional in a Web 2.0 How can you design with these new tools if you don't understand them?

Wikis and Learning – 60 Resources

Tony Karrer

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. Experiencing eLearning , July 27, 2009 Wikis at Work - eLearning Technology , February 25, 2007 Control and Community: A Case Study of Enterprise Wiki Usage , May 4, 2009 Blog or Wiki?

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11 recommendations to create the future of government

Ross Dawson

A few quick comments on the recommendations copied below: * For anyone exposed to Government 2.0 ideas, some of the recommendations are fairly obvious and straightforward, such as using social tools to facilitate collaborative and flexible work, and making public sector information available (see my earlier post on Government 2.0 The role of technology. The Government should embrace the recommendations and proposals from the Government 2.0

Best of working smarter for September 2011

Jay Cross

Working smarter draws upon ideas from design thinking, network optimization, brain science, user experience design, learning theory, organizational development, social business, technology, collaboration, web 2.0 Social Business: e-business 2.0. Adopting social media in ‘difficult’ businesses - Dion Hinchcliffe , September 22, 2011. Best of Working Smarter Daily , September 1 – 30, 2011.

Notes from ELI 2015 Riyadh - Day One

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

leadership - are leaders supporting and demonstrating effective technology use? exploratory study - data in 2012 - big 276 question survey, 2,339 students fro German universities - 99% have access to broadband, 38% use internet 4-6 hours per day - media typology (Grosch and Gidion) - acceptance rates llfdifferent tools and rechnologies - second Life - dead last on the list - cluster analysis - 5 groups: - ubiquitous web services, email, LMS - provuided by uni - eg.

XPLANE joins Dachis Group

Dave Gray

Second, the Dachis Group is scooping up the best and brightest teams in social technology. Recent acquisitions include Hinchcliffe & Company , headed by Enterprise 2.0 guru Dion Hinchcliffe ; Headshift , a social-business technology and strategy consultancy; and the 2.0

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E-Learning Generations

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Another key idea was the design of the gaming space itself.Early computer games (and many early arcade games) were designed likeprogrammed learning: they were like a flow chart, guiding you through a seriesof choices to a predetermined conclusion. The third element was the technology developed to enablethat which we today call object oriented programming. The same vendors thatsold these tools - companies like Microsoft and Adobe - sold web production andviewing tools.

Leading Learning and New Skills

Clark Quinn

This month on the Learning Circuits Blog - I asked some very leading questions If we have responsibility for informal learning, social learning, eLearning 2.0 , long tail learning , etc. ” However, in defense, I would point that there's a disconnect between saying "Yes" and the level of understanding and adoption among people in the profession. Harold Jarche - Skills 2.0 How can you design with these new tools if you don't understand them? Web 2.0

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Research and Evidence

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

And let me clear that I totally respect this part of his response , where he says that "in my part of the world and where I am currently in my career/life, this is the most fruitful and potentially influential approach that I can adopt." Before blogs were called web 2.0,

I Know It When I See It

Andy McAfee

Photo of Andrew McAfee Home Blog About RSS Andrew McAfees Blog The Business Impact of IT Tweet I Know It When I See It by Andrew McAfee on January 27, 2009 More and more often these days I get asked “Does [offering X] from [vendor Y] qualify as an Enterprise 2.0 Whose products at present come closest to enabling Web 2.0-style collaboration and interaction in enterprise environments? The Web as a whole, and especially the Web 2.0 The moniker “2.0

Learning Professionals Leaders

Tony Karrer

There's a vacuum of leadership in the adoption of enterprise/web/learning 2.0 Harold Jarche in Skills 2.0 : Today, active involvement in informal learning, particularly through web-based communities, is key to remaining professional and creative in a field. Being a learning professional in a Web 2.0 How can you design with these new tools if you don't understand them?

What Universities Must Learn About Social Networks

Jay Cross

Some schools are comfortable encouraging students, faculty, and adminstratoin to use consumer apps on the open web. A handful of universities have adopted some aspects of web 2.0 The tools of the social web are in constant flux.

I Know It When I See It : Andrew McAfee’s Blog

Andy McAfee

Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Business Impact of IT Home About RSS I Know It When I See It January 27 2009 Comments to this post More and more often these days I get asked “Does [offering X] from [vendor Y] qualify as an Enterprise 2.0 Whose products at present come closest to enabling Web 2.0-style collaboration and interaction in enterprise environments? I want to stress one more time that technologies that are not freeform are not bad or shortsighted or somehow deficient.

Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 : Andrew McAfee’s Blog

Andy McAfee

Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Business Impact of IT Home Home RSS Search Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 It’s an amazing piece of work, and it popped into my head recently as I was trying to articulate for myself how Enterprise 2.0 work — from how knowledge workers used technology to get their jobs done before all these weird (and wonderful) Web 2.0 And I thought that in best 2.0 I’m dividing my 2.0 Patterns Where 2.0

[hyperpublic] Panel 2 :Experience and re-creation

David Weinberger

Networked publics are publics that are enabled by network technologies, and that are simultaneously spaces constructed through tech and an imagined communities. Sometimes we can use the tech, and sometimes we have to adopt social norms. Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Rather, these digital spaces have been designed for other purposes. Q: danah, have you seen designs that are more conducive to people following social norms?

Go straight to the finish line

Jay Cross

Two of my colleagues at the Internet Time Alliance , Jane Hart and Charles Jennings just returned from speaking at the Learning Technologies conference in London. BT’s new web 2.0 Bear in mind that people who attend Learning Technologies are the leading edge.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: The Challenge of Growth

John Hagel

The first book, Knowledge and the Wealth of Nations , by Peter Warsh focuses on the impact of one journal article – “Endogenous Technological Change” by Paul Romer - in re-shaping the focus of economic inquiry. More on web 2.0 and enterprise 2.0 More on web 2.0

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