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OCTOBER 13, 2010 [Blog] 5 Steps to Enterprise Social Learning
The content will be presented in the form of blogs, wikis, discussion threads, podcasts, documents, etc. The SMEs will also need some training and orientation in order to perform other duties such as monitoring discussion forums, connecting people to people and people to content, and promoting “good” content via ratings, adding the content to their favourite’s page, and providing special mention of the content on their blogs. Step 1 – Strategize : There is no one “right” Social Learning strategy, and there is no one right way to develop one. See step 4. What’s new?
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JUNE 26, 2010 [Blog] Online Communites are Changing my World
I researched the internet (blogs, discussion threads, social networks, etc.) created a post on my blog and promoted it via Twitter and some of my Linked In groups. participated heavily on the blog of a well known thought leaders in my field. was inspired to write this post after receiving a link from one of my network members ( Kim Burt ) to Richard Millington’s blog post where he shared examples of how online communities have changed his world. Should online communities have a better reputation? Should Should you join and participate in one more online community?
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MARCH 1, 2010 [Blog] Verifying Virtual Value
Please let me and my blog readers know if you have successfully measured the value of networked learning or whether you are planning to try and measure the value. “Learning via social networks and other Web 2.0 tools is anything but formal. Yet, when it comes to measuring its value, a structured approach should still apply. How can learning leaders assess whether the benefits live up to the hype? – CLO Magazine March 2010 Issue. co-wrote an article with Craig Mindrum about verifying the virtual value of networked learning. .
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NOVEMBER 13, 2009 [Blog] Finding In-House Experts Isn’t Easy
Some key conclusions from the research: Activities and interactions that occur in blogs, wikis and social networks naturally provide the cues that are missing from current expert locator systems. search engine that mines internal blogs, for example, where workers post updates and field queries about their work, will help searchers judge for themselves who is an expert in a given field. like this study because it demonstrates the hidden value of blogs and wikis. I use the internal “knowledge management” and “learning management” systems. I am not completely helpless.
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APRIL 9, 2009 [Blog] Measuring Networked (or Social) Learning
Content usage patterns - preferred ways to consume various content topics, busiest days and times for viewing content, amount of time spent viewing content and participating in discussion threads and blogs, and preferred way to “find content. I am often asked by business leaders to describe what we intend to measure in order to understand, manage, and improve the networked (or social) learning eco-system. We do not want to take a traditional ‘Learning Management System appraoch and treat networked learning as formal training.
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JANUARY 3, 2010 [Blog] Do We Need Sweeter Carrots and Sharper Sticks?
Why would content experts want to store their expertise on the “system” in the form of a podcast, knowledge document, blog, or discussion thread? Learning or professional communities are “healthy” and beneficial to the organization when its members are intrinsically motivated to participate and contribute. Members of a learning community must have a desire to network, collaborate, and share information or the community will not thrive and will not drive business value. What will intrinsically motivate community members? Which types of rewards are cost-effective? Dan Pink.
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DARETOSHARE [Blog] 2010 in review
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 2, 2011
The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog
did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog
health: The Blog
-Health-o-Meter™ reads Fresher than ever. This blog
was viewed about 6,800 times in 2010. In 2010, there were 13 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog
to 56 posts. Crunchy numbers. Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. That’s about 16 full 747s. There were 4 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 437kb. The busiest day of the year was April 6th with 164 views. comments. MORE >>
DARETOSHARE [Blog] BT Dares to Share - Social Learning Case Study
| SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2009
Dare2Share allows BT employees to learn from each other by rapidly capturing and spreading learning throughout the organization in the form of podcasts, discussion threads, blogs
, RSS feeds and other traditional knowledge assets (documents, courses and portals). Follow this link to read about BT’s experience with social learning. Yours truly was involved with this project - read my quote in the case study. Peter Butler (Head of Learning BT Group) is presenting this case study at the IMPACT 2009 conference (April - Saint Petersburg, Fl). link]. Tagged: social learning. MORE >>
DARETOSHARE [Blog] Tweets Are Like Food
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 2009
I tend to write very “serious blog
posts – all business for me! Today is different. Why not , I asked myself, “write something humorous – something a bit less serious – whilst still making sure it’s something with a lesson or teachable moment. Tweets are like food – here it goes. Tw-izza : Oh watch out for these tweets – you can easily consume more than you need because they taste so good. They’re cooked up really fast, take a while to get through, and are quite filling (tend to take up a lot of your precious time). MORE >>
DARETOSHARE [Blog] Are You a Super Learner?
| THURSDAY, MAY 7, 2009
One of my colleagures approached me yesterday and said “your Super Learner podcast was brilliant! I had forgotten that I made the podcast then decided to post it on my blog
to see if other people find it useful and thought provoking. The podcast describes skill sets of a super learner and what you can do to identify, develop, and enable them. Ready or Not - Here They Come! MORE >>
DARETOSHARE [Blog] The Social Learning Premise
| TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2009
I came across a blog
post by “Bill and found an interesting summary about the premise of Web 2.0 that could have easily been called a premise of social learning ( Bills Blog
Post ). People are more than executors of commands - they have important and relevant knowledge, and they are sources of good ideas. Significant value is gained by allowing people to collaborate, work out problems on the open stage, and make that knowledge available and easily findable. People - on the whole - are smart and ethical. But Web 2.0 Tagged: social learning. MORE >>
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