debunking handbook 2020

Harold Jarche

The Debunking Handbook 2020 has just been published and is an excellent free guide to address the mass amounts of misinformation, disinformation, and propaganda that flow through our digital communications everyday and then influence real life behaviours. Image: The Debunking Handbook 2020.

Social Learning Handbook 2014

Jane Hart

It’s now 3 years since I published the Social Learning Handbook – and a lot has changed, so I am now working on a new version. Social Learning Handbook 2014: The Next Generation of Workplace Learning Practices in the Age of Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration Social learning has become a hot topic in the learning [.].

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Social Learning Handbook

Harold Jarche

This post is an excerpt from Jane Hart’s recently published Social Learning Handbook 2014. It’s all about people. Today’s digitally connected workplace demands a completely new set of skills. Our increasing interconnectedness is illuminating the complexity of our work environments. More connections create more possibilities, as well as more potential problems. On the negative side, we are seeing that simple work keeps getting automated, like automatic bank machines.

THE Social Learning Handbook

Clark Quinn

And I’d looked at the previous edition of her Social Learning Handbook, so it was on faith that I endorsed the new edition. I’ve been a fan of Jane Hart since I met her through Jay Cross and we joined together in the ITA (along with colleagues Harold Jarche and Charles Jennings). So I took a deeper look recently, and my faith is justified; this is a great resource! Jane has an admirable ability to cut through complex concepts and make them clear.

Handbook of Learning Analytics (open)

George Siemens

I’m very excited about a new project that started as an idea during LAK13 in Leuven and is another commitment to openness by the Society for Learning Analytics Research : The Handbook of Learning Analytics. When we started the learning analytics conference in 2011 , we aligned with ACM. We received a fair bit of criticism for not pursuing fully open proceedings. Some came from our sister organization, IEDMS , that has open proceedings.

Handbook of Emerging Technologies for Learning

George Siemens

In 2009 Peter Tittenberger and I wrote a handbook of emerging technologies for learning. Anyway, I’ve uploaded the pdf version of the document (the wiki is gone): Handbook of Emerging Technology for Learning We created a supporting website (wiki) for the book. Those fine folks at University of Manitoba (motto: we’ve never met a permanent link that we haven’t made unpermanent) have deleted the wiki and the website.

Social Learning Handbook: PDF now available

Jane Hart

The PDF edition of the 2014 edition of the Social Learning Handbook is now available for personal use by registered users. Social Learning Handbook 2014: The Next Generation of Workplace Learning Practices in the Age of Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration Although social [.]. Price: £15. Site licences can also be obtained by organisations for multiple readers.

The Social Learning Handbook is now available

Jane Hart

I am very pleased to announce that my Social Learning Handbook: A practical guide to using social media to work and learn smarter is now available to purchase as a paperback book on Lulu - You can go to directly to the relevant page by clicking here. The Social Learning Handbook is a companion book to the Internet Time Alliance’s Working Smarter Fieldbook , and just like the Fieldbook is an Unbook, in the sense that it is a “work in progress&# in this fast moving area.

Jane Hart’s Social Learning Handbook

Clark Quinn

Having previously reviewed Marcia Conner and Tony Bingham’s The New Social Learning , and Jane Bozarth’s Social Media for Trainers , I have now received my copy of Jane Hart’s Social Learning Handbook. First, I’ll review Jane’s book on it’s own, and then put it in the context of the other two. Caveat: I’m mentioned in all three, for sins in my past, so take the suitable precautions.

The paperback edition of the Social Learning Handbook 2014 is now available

Jane Hart

Price £15 + P&P Social Learning Handbook 2014: The Next Generation of Workplace Learning Practices in the Age of Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration Although social learning is something that we have always done, [.]. The paperback edition is now available from Lulu (where it will be printed on demand locally and shipped to your address).

Book: The Network Weaver Handbook

Beth Kanter

My friend and colleague, June Holley , has written a much anticipated book, The Network Weaver Handbook. The Network Weaver Handbook is designed to give you skills and resources you need to build effective and innovative networks. The handbook offers advice and resources for those who just starting out to those involved in well-established networks. If you are interested in building networks or working as Networked Nonprofit, you need this book right now!

Going social

Jane Hart

This is an extract from Chapter 1 of the Social Learning Handbook 2014. Just as the Social Web is changing the way that individuals learn, more and more organizations are now appreciating the power of social media for their own businesses. Many have already understood its value for marketing and promotion to customers, e.g. by […]. Social learning

prebunking the conspiracy theorists

Harold Jarche

In the conspiracy theory handbook (March 2020) the authors from several universities explain in detail what conspiracy theory is and what can be done about it. The handbook goes on to describe seven traits of conspiracy theories, using the CONSPIR model. In confronting the post-truth machines I looked at different types of fake news and what could be done to counter them — Propaganda, Disinformation, Clickbait, and Conspiracy Theories.

A new approach to workplace learning

Jane Hart

Just in case you haven’t seen this promotional slideset for my Social Learning Handbook … View more presentations from Jane Hart. Social Learning = working smarter with social media.

My Guides to using social media

Jane Hart

For those of you who have been waiting for the eBook version of my Social Learning Handbook, you will be pleased to note that it is now available. This book is intended for Workplace Learning Professionals and in Part 1 considers the emergence of social media, its impact on workplace learning, the range of [.]. Books Facebook Twitter

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Learning Analytics Courses

George Siemens

We’ve structured these courses to provide an intro to analytics in education (a good compliment to the courses is our recently released Handbook of Learning Analytics – free download): Learning Analytics Fundamentals. After about a year of planning, we can finally announce the following courses on edX focusing on learning analytics.

How to use social media to work and learn smarter – in 30 days

Jane Hart

The programme is intended for those working in L&D in organizations, and is free to purchasers of the Social Learning Handbook. The next intensive 30-day programme will take place 1-30 March 2011. Every day for 30 days we will focus on a different social technology or tool for working and learning smarter in your organization. Although [.]. Use of social media

Narrative: picking up the scallop shell

Dave Snowden

Then if you want a general positioning on narrative, based on by entry for the Sage Handbook on Action Research, I updated by thinking in a pos t last September. The Sage handbook entry is important as it tried to show that the field of narrative is far more than story telling. Narrative has been an ever-present aspect my work over many decades now. I was lucky in that I initially entered the field in the pursuit of knowledge.

Bill Passed to Improve Dyslexia Instruction in Washington State

Eide Neurolearning

Develop a "Dyslexia Handbook" for Washington state (modeled after other state handbooks) 3. An example of another state's dyslexia handbook can be found here: Dyslexia Handbook for Texas pdf Dyslexia Bill for Washington State Eide Neurolearning Blog. Good news for dyslexic students and their families in Washington state - Senate Bill 6016 establishes: 1.

15 essentials for successful learning

Jay Cross

While cleaning up my office this afternoon, I came up this list of essentials for effective informal learning I wrote a couple of years ago for the ASTD Handbook. The list appears in ASTD Handbook: The Definitive Reference for Training & Development , 2nd edition. “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.” ” Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance.

2011: My year in blog posts, presentations and other resources

Jane Hart

In January I published my Social Learning Handbook (both as a paperback and a PDF). This is my second blog post reviewing 2011. Today, I take a look at some the key moments of my own year in terms of resources, blog posts and presentations I have produced. January. This book aggregated a lot of my thinking and activities from 2010. Its main premise was that social learning happens all the time … Read the rest. Social learning

Emerging Technologies in Distance Education

George Siemens

on a related note, you may find the handbook of emerging technologies for learning (.pdf) Huge congrats to George Veletsianos on the release of his text Emerging Technologies in Distance Education with AU Press. The text includes contributions from many of the leaders in the use of technologies in various educational settings.

The landscape of narrative

Dave Snowden

Back in 2014 I wrote the entry on organisational story telling for the Sage Handbook on Action Research. The essence of what I did then stands, although I indulged myself a little in creating a better image for this post and centred the triangle (something which is not in the Sage handbook) with distributed ethnography and sense-making (with a hyphen). I wasn’t wild about the title at the time as I felt that was only one aspect of the field.

Blog Post: Decisions Are Emotional, Not Logical

David Gurteen

And download the free The Debunking HandbookBy David Gurteen If a big part of Knowledge Management is about improving decision making then we should take more notice of fascinating research such as this: Decisions Are Emotional - Not Logical: The Neuroscience behind Decision Making. Are You Easily Disgusted? You May Be a Conservative. Scientists Discover An Environmental Message That Resonates With Conservatives. This isn't about liberal verses conservative thinking.

we need more debunking

Harold Jarche

” The Debunking Handbook via @ainvienna. The Debunking Handbook boils the research down into a short, simple summary, intended as a guide for communicators in all areas (not just climate) who encounter misinformation.” ” Image: The Debunking Handbook. Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. “I was about 60 when I began seeing my own experiences adding up to me.”

Cynefin as of St Davids Day 2019 (1 of 3)

Dave Snowden

My recent chapter in the handbook of systems thinking in health care uses simple not obvious as my co-author Prof Mark is pretty much wedded to it. An email came in yesterday from our new CEO Marion asking if I could explain why I had changed simple to obvious within the Cynefin framework, why I called it simple in the first place, had I thought of any other words and did it change anything to do with the dynamics.

Peeragogy

Jay Cross

The Peeragogy Handbook. How to Use this Handbook. Working together is how things get done. This free, open, crowd-sourced wiki-book shows us the best ways to get there. I’m glad I was on the team that created it. Intro: If you want to learn how to fix a pipe, solve a partial differential equation, write software, you are seconds away from know-how via YouTube, Wikipedia and search engines. Access to technology and access to knowledge, however, isn’t enough.

13 books on learning, people, organizations, corporate culture, and change

Jay Cross

Social Learning Handbook by Jane Hart. This morning I conducted a webinar on Making Learning Stick. Funny, isn’t it, that we invest so much to help people learn and so little to help them remember? Lots of what we learn goes down the drain before becoming converted to action. To encourage participation, I gave away my favorite books for making the most of learning. It’s a biased list. All but three are by friends and colleagues. I like what I know.

Dan Gillmor’s Mediactive now active

David Weinberger

Mediactive is a handbook for anyone who consumes news, produces news, does both, or cares about either. Dan Gillmor has posted his new book. Dan’s published it under a Creative Commons license on his site, so you can read it for free and share it with friends. It’s also available in print from Lulu and Amazon. Dan views the book as just one more step in a long-term, continuing engagement with the topic. Dan is one of the good guys of the Net.

Narrative as abductive acts of knowing

Dave Snowden

I’ve also been finding material for the forthcoming handbook on managing in complexity and chaos which I hope will be available online next week. This is the second post of several that I am publishing this month to update some of my original work in knowledge management and in particular the role of narrative in as a scaffold of meaning between and within individuals, community and society.

Learning & Working in the Social Workplace

Jane Hart

I then expanded it to form the first part of my Social Learning Handbook , which was published in mid-January 2011. I first released my article The State of Learning in the Workplace Today on 1 January 2010 and regularly updated it through the year with new thinking, particularly that of my colleagues in the Internet Time Alliance.

Big, thick and rich (the data)

Dave Snowden

Expect to see a lot more here and in the handbook, on Chaos and Complexity we hope to publish with the EU Policy Lab this week. Plans for a series of key blog posts after my March update series on Cynefin have been disrupted by COVID-19 and the need to both manage the situation within Cognitive Edge and the Cynefin Centre, but more importantly, create a range of offerings to provide capability around the pandemic crisis.

Data 180

A year later … (2 of 3)

Dave Snowden

Its something I’ll be writing up in the new Complex Facilitation handbook and associated methods we are putting together. So its now Wednesday and we’ve had a whole day of synthesis here at the Cynefin retreat in Whistler, focused on decision making in human (and non-human) organisations. Mike Cardus tweeted a page of his notebook which I replicate here to give some idea of the creativity in process! The banner picture is the ‘hut’ to which I was able to retreat at the end of each day.

Julian Stodd: Social Leadership: My First 100 Days

Nigel Paine

On goes the handbook building day after day. If you want to understand social leadership, then read the Handbook. Here is my straight up confession: I am not very good at books which tell me to do something in a linear order. This one takes the reader from Day 1 activities, to Day 2 activities and so on in a logical progression to Day 100.

Free Jay webinar with prizes

Jay Cross

Social Learning Handbook by Jane Hart . Join me for an hour on the last day of April to explore how to make learning stick. Register. I’ve unearthed some exciting material about how people convert learning to action in the workplace — how to make it stick. You folks know so much about how to increase the productivity of learning.

Systems thinking & complexity

Dave Snowden

I ended up writing a relatively easy to use handbook which was a series of Do Case instructions with a final for anything not covered above convene these people and get them to decide and minute their decision. A recent post by Sonja caused some reaction in social media and I promised to write something to clarify my position the subject. Now I should say up front that a lot of this is finding labels for things that are different, not the denigration of other methods and tools.

Other writings

Clark Quinn

The books include The Really Useful eLearning Instruction Manual , Creating a Learning Culture , Michael Allen’s eLearning Annual 2009 , and a bunch of academic handbooks (Mobile Learning, Experiential Learning, Wiley Learning Technology ;). It occurs to me to mention some of the other places you can find my writings besides here (and how they differ ;).

beta conversation 2017-06-15

Harold Jarche

Price: $(US)55 [includes a copy of the PKM Handbook , a $25 value]. I will be hosting the next Beta Conversation on Thursday, June 15th at 14:00 UTC [07:00 Pacific, 10:00 Eastern, 14:00 BST, 16:00 CET]. The subject will be Personal Knowledge Mastery ( PKM ) and leadership. The Harvard Business Review article, The Best Leaders are Constant Learners , gives a general idea of the themes to be discussed. Participants can add their own questions in advance. The session will be 90 minutes long.

PKM 100

Culture 2 of 7: the canvass

Dave Snowden

The Christmas break is reserved for a book chapter I have to write on sense-making for the forthcoming Routledge Handbook of Systems Thinking and I also want to write a Christmas blog series on ethics get some walking in and watch a few rugby matches and operas so something may have to give! I’m using the metaphor of a painting to provide structure to this series and all paintings have to start somewhere. One of the reasons for this is the sense of doing something with intent.

What is a Learning Content Management System (LCMS)?

Xyleme

a company statement, a regulation, handbooks that require state-specific information). There’s a lot of confusion surrounding Learning Content Management Systems. When most people hear the phrase “Learning Content Management System,” they usually think “Oh, an LMS.”

2014 Directions

Clark Quinn

Several areas I think are important and I hope that there’ll be some traction: Obviously, I think it’s past time to be thinking mobile, and I should have a chapter on the topic in the forthcoming ASTD Handbook Ed.2. I’m also part of a forthcoming effort to address it, which will also manifest in the aforementioned second edition of the ASTD Handbook. In addition to time for reflection on the past, it’s also time to look forward.

Paper is not dead

Harold Jarche

By the way, I got 10 copies, in exchange for a copy of The Social Learning Handbook. While speaking at the Learning Technologies conference in London, I went downstairs to see the trade show. The exhibition hall had hundreds of booths and I was told that 12,000 people had signed up. When I arrived, it looked like all 12,000 were there. I quickly got a feeling of sensory overload and tried to filter the signal from the noise, but could not.

Julian Stodd: Social Leadership: My First 100 Days

Nigel Paine

On goes the handbook building day after day. If you want to understand social leadership, then read the Handbook. Here is my straight up confession: I am not very good at books which tell me to do something in a linear order. This one takes the reader from Day 1 activities, to Day 2 activities and so on in a logical progression to Day 100.