Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. It could just as easily have been called Web 2.0 I discussed my experience from Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 Spending or Wasting Time on Web 2.0 Use a Wiki instead of other approaches to creating web pages (only edited by ID/writers initially). Firewalls - You can certainly install tools behind the firewall.

Web 2.0 - Consumer vs. Enterprise Use

Tony Karrer

that discusses the difference in how Web 2.0 I've talked about adoption of web 2.0 tools in the enterprise before in this blog: Adoption of Web 2.0 and eLearning 2.0 Revisited Enterprise 2.0 - What's the PU? Facilitating Adoption of Web 2.0 Tools Emergence or Big System Web 2.0 are already being used, then try to align your strategies with these tools rather than trying to provide behind-the-firewall solutions.

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Web 2.0 Tools in the Enterprise

Tony Karrer

I first saw Andrew McAffee's post on uses of Web 2.0 Then I saw Bill Ives Is Blogging Inside the Firewall an Oxymoron? It's just a really easy way for a group of people to put up web pages. approaches inside of corporations - quite good at identifying some different patterns.

Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 Tools - A Summary

Tony Karrer

Background Over the past six weeks, I've been leading a course: Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 / eLearning 2.0 This course is designed to teach how to design and build collaborative learning experiences using Web 2.0 / eLearning 2.0 Doing research on the web is time consuming" "I find that I am hesitant to write anything unless I have really thought it through." Keywords: eLearning 2.0 , Web 2.0 , Collaborative Learning

Firewalls and Security in Software as a Service

Tony Karrer

One of the interesting outcomes of my recent course - Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 For us to be successful doing this, we first need to make sure that the system will work with whatever firewall restrictions exist. Elluminate did not work through several firewalls, so we had to switch to WebEx. Do not believe any vendor claim that "it works through firewalls" because a firewall can be configured to stop anything it wants.

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

Jay Cross

That’s short for a phrase that kept coming up in conversation when he was writing Enterprise 2.0. As the web turns social, Salesforce.com has changed its mission to “leading the shift to the Social Enterprise,” and that’s where it’s proving its forward-thinking nature. Multiple access options, like a bank that offers access by ATM, the Web, phone, or human tellers. David Weinberger points out that the web has changed the nature of knowledge itself.

SocialText 3.0.OK.I'm impressed.

Mark Oehlert

Think Twitter, Facebook, Wikis and more all rolled up in a nice, neat appliance that I can just install behind my firewall - a CRITCAL feature for those of us in government service! Socialtext 3.0 came out today and geez did Twitter light up. I checked out the site and watched the 60 second video and then went to blip.tv and watched the other videos and yeah, more impressed than when I started. According to the site, Socialtext 3.0

Performance Support

Clark Quinn

Jay tells us: Performance support is blossoming in organizations today under the label of Web 2.0. Learnscape architects have implemented miniature versions of the internet behind corporate firewalls that provide all of these things, from peer-rated FAQs to wizards, on-line help desks, and best practices repositories. Jay does speak to this in his post, but I'm not sure that the adoption of Enterprise 2.0

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Open Innovation Re-visited

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

At the time, a number of research institutions and leading edge companies were already using clusters of Intel processors running Linux as a way of building relatively inexpensive, and increasingly powerful supercomputers, as well as highly scalable web servers, distributed file and print servers, network firewalls , and other Internet infrastructure applications. In those pre-Web 2.0 We should not be surprised that the original Web evolved into Web 2.0

Need for collaboration continues to grow

Harold Jarche

I came across this future-looking ZDNet article via Bertrand Duperrin and it sums up the situation nicely: However, for business-driven internal enterprise Web 2.0 Collaboration needs grow as a result of layoffs, mergers, and deepening external partnerships (requiring new infrastructure to collaborate outside the firewall with trusted, external partners). We set up a collaborative space outside the firewall and work with clients in their particular business context.

Search - Implications on Knowledge Work

Tony Karrer

It still is surprising that we are not seeing as rapid adoption of search technologies inside the firewall. Interestingly, I think the algorithms that Google relies on for searching the public web (based on incoming links) will not work nearly as well as older algorithms based on frequency, semantic interpretation and other techniques. Keywords: eLearning Trends , eLearning 2.0 , Web 2.0

Working smarter

Jay Cross

Working smarter draws ideas from design thinking, network optimization, brain science, user experience design, learning theory, organizational development, social business, technology, collaboration, web 2.0 We all have our favorite sources on the web for keeping up. original ideas, not the 2.0 I am encouraging companies to consider using private versions behind their firewalls for dynamic knowledge management. Higher ground.

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, tibbr is literally about applying Web 2.0 E20 was about technology, but very strict technology : Not examples of Enterprise 2.0 These are for individuals on the Web, not companies. Enterprise 2.0:

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2.0 and Interesting Times

Tony Karrer

Interesting post by Dan Pontefract where he provides definitions of some different "2.0" It's worth taking a look at some of these: Enterprise 2.0 Definition (via Andrew McAfee ): the use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers HR & Org Implication: Enterprise 2.0 is the use of Web 2.0 It's really about the fact that learning and development leaders have an opportunity to embrace 2.0.

Coming for your job.or at least the way you do it now.

Mark Oehlert

( photo credit ) I keep telling people that the whole "Web X.0 thing" (I thought I had that original idea this morning, Googled it and found like 520,000 results with the oldest one seeming to date from 2005 by Joi Ito - 2005 in Web Time being something akin to the Paleoproterozoic ) really reminds of the introduction of e-learning. Web X.0 The tools will are already becoming integrated with your existing enterprise platforms, so they're already inside the firewall.

Tool Set 2009

Tony Karrer

But I'm worried, because while I just got through writing about my concern in Using SharePoint that learning organizations seemed to be making the same mistake of Not Preparing Workers for Web 2.0. This made me look back at a post I did quite a while ago - Personal Learning for Learning Professionals - Using Web 2.0 Blogging Inside or Outside the Corporate Firewall ).

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Origins of “eLearning”

Jay Cross

Before the web, we had EDI (electronic data interchange) and EFT (electronic funds transfer). Learning is whatever gets past their personal firewalls (AKA skulls) and lodges in the brain. A big part of the sales pitch for early versions of web-supported learning was the elimination of costly trainers. I have been credited with the first use of eLearning on the web. 2002 Update : I just came upon an article on the web that talks of eLearning in 1997.

Origins of “eLearning”

Jay Cross

Before the web, we had EDI (electronic data interchange) and EFT (electronic funds transfer). Learning is whatever gets past their personal firewalls (AKA skulls) and lodges in the brain. A big part of the sales pitch for early versions of web-supported learning was the elimination of costly trainers. I have been credited with the first use of eLearning on the web. 2002 Update : I just came upon an article on the web that talks of eLearning in 1997.

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

Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It

Jay Cross

In the late 1990s, the web changed everything. People at the big events are talking about informal learning, social learning, simulations, webinars, mobile, virtual classrooms, community, interactivity, and web 2.0. The Millennials are used to having information at their fingertips, used to digesting, sharing and creating information on the web. Google search for web resources. retrieved from the Web June 14, 2012.

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Increasing “Jointness” and Reducing Duplication in DoD Intelligence

Martijn Linssen

Intelink and Intellipedia Intelink, launched in 1994, was an internal governmental response to extend the budding HTML and web browser revolution forming on the Internet to the IC. This could be considered the IC’s “Web 1.0” In 2005, Intelink started to host a series of “Web 2.0” This move was a surprise to many: the stodgy and security conscious IC was moving ahead of many private sector companies with its use of Web 2.0 If each agency uses “2.0

Harold Jarche » Need for collaboration continues to grow

Harold Jarche

I came across this future-looking ZDNet article via Bertrand Duperrin and it sums up the situation nicely: However, for business-driven internal enterprise Web 2.0 Collaboration needs grow as a result of layoffs, mergers, and deepening external partnerships (requiring new infrastructure to collaborate outside the firewall with trusted, external partners). We set up a collaborative space outside the firewall and work with clients in their particular business context.

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What is the expected level of comfort and skill of the participants in using a web browser? Are there any organizational firewall issues? This can affect some synchronous applications such as Skype and some chat and web meeting tools.) Photo credit: Uploaded on February 21, 2008 by mistersnappy Share and Enjoy: 6 responses so far 6 Responses to “Online Community Purpose Checklist&# # Why: Online Communities « Nonprofit Web 2.0 Welcome to my web home.

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What is the expected level of comfort and skill of the participants in using a web browser? Are there any organizational firewall issues? This can affect some synchronous applications such as Skype and some chat and web meeting tools.) Photo credit: Uploaded on February 21, 2008 by mistersnappy Share and Enjoy: 6 responses so far 6 Responses to “Online Community Purpose Checklist&# # Why: Online Communities « Nonprofit Web 2.0 Welcome to my web home.

Mastering the Art of Collaboration Through Conversation

Luis Suarez

More than anything else, because, if anything, as a knowledge (Web 2.0) You are now part of a massive exchange of conversations happening out there in the open and pretty much like with the good old known Web 2.0 ‘ Indeed, except that room is no longer just the physical meeting room per se, but also the social networking tools put in place out there, whether inside or outside of the firewall. . Can you have too many conversations at work?

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What is the expected level of comfort and skill of the participants in using a web browser? Are there any organizational firewall issues? This can affect some synchronous applications such as Skype and some chat and web meeting tools.) Photo credit: Uploaded on February 21, 2008 by mistersnappy Share and Enjoy: 6 responses so far 6 Responses to “Online Community Purpose Checklist&# # Why: Online Communities « Nonprofit Web 2.0 Welcome to my web home.

PLE - PWLE Discussion Contiunes - Corporate vs Personal and IP Rights

Tony Karrer

Clearly this is a different use of PLE's than those outside the firewall, for free rangers, and for learning from everything of personal interest. Certainly posts like Michelle's wonderful - My Personal Learning Environment or even my Personal and Group Learning Using Web 2.0 then shouldn't you make sure you provide these tools now rather than having tools adopted that are outside the firewall and personally owned where you will lose the content if the employee leaves?

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What is the expected level of comfort and skill of the participants in using a web browser? Are there any organizational firewall issues? This can affect some synchronous applications such as Skype and some chat and web meeting tools.) Photo credit: Uploaded on February 21, 2008 by mistersnappy Share and Enjoy: 6 responses so far 6 Responses to “Online Community Purpose Checklist&# # Why: Online Communities « Nonprofit Web 2.0 Welcome to my web home.

From workplace courses to global conversations

Nancy White

From behind the firewall to beyond the firewall The dramatic drop of costs of ICT (server space, memory, user hardware, bandwidth etc), combined with improved access and usability have transformed information scarcity to information overload. From the Big Mouth to the Big Ear With the advent of Web 2.0 Welcome to my web home.

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From courses to community: Josien Kapma and Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

From behind the firewall to beyond the firewall The dramatic drop of costs of ICT (server space, memory, user hardware, bandwidth etc), combined with improved access and usability have transformed information scarcity to information overload. From the Big Mouth to the Big Ear With the advent of Web 2.0 Welcome to my web home.

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Communities and Networks Connection Hotlists

Nancy White

Circling Around To Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise 2.0 McKinsey on Making Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise 2.0 Workflow 2.0 - Library Clips , March 23, 2009. Enterprise 2.0 for an Enterprise of One – Part Five - Content Publishing and Archiving - Portals and KM , March 13, 2009 (OK, you guys, look at how many times “Enterprise 2.0″ Enterprise 2.0 The Semantic Web is Now AKA Web 3.0