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Re-reading A New Culture of Learning

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That contribution may be large, such as a new website, or it may be a series of smaller offerings, such as comments on a blog or a forum post. A New Culture of Learning by John Seely Brown and Doug Thomas. This short book (136 pages) is inspiring.

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I started this blog when Informal Learning was released, November 10, 2006. Join me at Internet Time Blog. That’s where I’ve blogged for more than a decade and where I engage new thoughts and interactions. Even I was getting confused about which blog to post in.

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How to support informal learning

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Every day, thousands of people read his blogs, Internet Time and Informal Learning Blog. Use amateur video and blogs to distribute information while it’s still fresh. Interview. by Robert Morris, Dallas Business Commentary Examiner.

2.0 is a philosophy, not a technology

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Social Blogs (written/ video). Social Micro-blogging. Internet Time Alliance spent a couple of days last week putting the 2.0 into a tedious proposal for a large, forward-facing multinational corporation. Among our recommendations were: Informal Live webcasts. Informal Recorded webinars. Informal Video conferencing. Informal Workshops. Informal Audio/ podcasts. Informal Learnshop.

Informal Snake Oil

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Instead of email, you get blogs and wikis tacked on. “As soon as the software vendors and marketers get hold of a good idea, they pretty well destroy it,&# writes my colleague Harold Jarche in his post on Social Snake Oil. That’s his graphic above.)

Informal Learning Blog » Bogus blog alert

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Blogging to show off your organization

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Great article in the NY Times about student blogging at MIT. Dozens of colleges — including Amherst, Bates, Carleton, Colby, Vassar, Wellesley and Yale — are embracing student blogs on their Web sites, seeing them as a powerful marketing tool for high school students, who these days are less interested in official messages and statistics than in first-hand narratives and direct interaction with current students. Students get off on the blogging: M.I.T.

Donald Clark on training departments…

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Let me be clear here: I’m talking about the volatile, exuberant Scot who founded and later sold Epic, not the American author of the well-known Big Dog/Little Dog blog and site.

Storyboarding

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Julie Wedgwood has a new blog , and she’s off on the right foot. Like Julie herself, the blog is helpful and upbeat. Instead of the usual “Look at me,&# Julie has started with what will interest other people.

Transferring from Ning to Grou.ps

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I downloaded and used the free Ning Archiver to move my data off Ning: Over the course of 30 minutes, I downloaded blogs, discussions, events, groups, music, videos, pages, notes, and photos. The Internet Time Community has been hosted on Ning for a little over three years.

Adaptation — Informal Learning Blog

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Informal Learning and Learnscapes

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More to follow in my blog. She blogs at ID and Other Reflections. Working Smarter: The “unbook&# that shows why informal learning must be part of everyone’s future learnscapes. By Sahana Chattopadhyay via Amplify.

Informal Learning Blog » Northeastern study of business blogs

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What will change in 2010?

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Take blogs, for example. Blogs were geeky lists of pointers and commentary. Then the public embraced blogs. There are more than 100 million blogs. I nnovations in computing used to trickle down from business and government to consumers.

Handy free online tools

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Activity streams are sort of in between Twitter and Blogs. Here are some of the tools I added to my repertoire of handy freebies in 2009. Egoboo tools help you find yourself, you narcissist. Similar Site searches for sites with similar content to yours.

Une interview de Jay Cross, l’auteur d’Informal Learning

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Dans un commentaire écrit sur mon blog en 2006, Jay écrivait, « je me heurte dans mon livre à la question des compétences de base. Une interview. Par Harold Jarche (Traduction Thierry de Baillon). Mercredi 17 Février 2010 13:21.

8 Dirty Words

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See The S-Word on McAfee’s blog.). A few of you have asked how my blog posts differ from the columns published in CLO. CLO online edition. Dirty Words. by Jay Cross.

Informal learning from the horse’s mouth

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You can find it in blogs, presentations, articles, books, YouTube, free book chapters. Every morning, my email is littered with very basic questions about informal learning. I’ve been ranting about informal and computer-supported learning in organizations for twelve years now.

Social Learning Examples

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At DevLearn, many people lamented the difficulty of explaining the benefits of social media to their managers and peers. We talked about building a repository of web 2.0 learning applications. It turns out that my pal Jane Hart has already done it for us!

Workshop on putting informal learning to work

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He will provide case examples of organisations that are taking advantage of Twitter, blogs, wikis, and other social networking tools. I’d leading a half-day workshop on how to implement informal learning the day before Online Educa in Berlin.

lrnchat

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You can look at past Tweetstreams at the lrnchat blog , but that doesn’t capture the excitement. Welcome. July 24, 2009 by Marcia Conner. lrnchat is an online chat that happens every Thursday night 8:30-10pm EST / 5:30-7pm PST over the social messaging service Twitter.

Informal Learning Blog » Self-organized learning in education

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Shifting from push to pull

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Related: The Big Shift Blog at Harvard Business Publishing. The world of business is shifting from push to pull. In a delightful post on his Edge Perspectives , John Hagel unpacks what this means. From knowledge stocks to knowledge flows. From knowledge transfer to knowledge creation.

Informal Learning Blog » Running virtual groups

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Informal Learning Blog » Dave Gray

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Time to change centuries — Informal Learning Blog

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Informal Learning Blog » New Yawk City

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Online Educa (4) Opening keynotes â?? Informal Learning Blog

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Informal Learning Blog. Everyone was talking blogs and wikis. Classrooms in the wild — Informal Learning Blog on 05.14.08 Business Blog & last 100 posts. Learning Blog & last 100 posts. Internet Time Ecosystem Blog â?¼ Site Map Informal Blog â?¼ ← Online Educa (3) Security Awareness. More on Hole in the Wall project → Online Educa (4) Opening keynotes. December 6th, 2007 | general. Two of the first dayâ??s

Informal Learning Blog » Conceptual Models Redux

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Informal Learning Blog » Informality pays

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Informal Learning Blog » Seeing is believing

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Informal Learning Blog » Hans Monderman, R.I.P.

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Informal Learning Blog » Implementation 2.0

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Informal Learning Blog » Que sera sera

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McKinsey’s Global Survey on Enterprise 2.0 — Informal Learning Blog

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Informal Learning Blog » Staying Alive

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Informal Learning Blog » Die, bureaucracy, die

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A hedgehog view of the world

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Official Gmail Blog] Windows 7 Release Candidate Is Available From Microsoft If you happen to be a subscriber with MSDN or TechNet, Microsoft has your Windows 7 RC downloads ready. Informal Learning 2.0 is for foxes, not hedgehogs?