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October 15, 2003. 21st Century Tools: Recognizing that "technology is, and will continue to be, a driving force in workplaces, communities, and personal lives in the 21st century," Learning for the 21st Century emphasizes the importance of incorporating information and communication technologies into education from the elementary grades up. My students just had a film festival last week that over 500 community folks attended. Read other articles from the October Issue.

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From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories

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Issues. From shared databases to communities of practice: A taxonomy of collaboratories. From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories. The types are: Distributed Research Centers, Shared Instruments, Community Data Systems, Open Community Contribution Systems, Virtual Communities of Practice, Virtual Learning Communities, and Community Infrastructure Projects. Technology Issues. Technology Issues.

Journalism Is Not Content Marketing

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Real journalist (and, yes, I knew many back then) were doing the work of the community. They were spending hours at the public courthouse or at local community meetings, and asking the very smart, tough and better-informed questions that the rest of society wasn't bothered with.

Anecdote: Most Significant Change - a primer

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Company Profile. Communities of practice. This discussion helps embed the stories in the minds of the participants while raising issues of strategies and implementation. The participants experience a lively debate and get to know one another and the issues affecting people in the field. Davies (2003). 2003). Consulting Services. Keynote Speaking. About Us. Workshops & Seminars. Whitepapers. Anecdote Associates. Clients. Contact us. Categories. Anecdotes.

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Social media and the rise of fantasy sports

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Fantasy sports have played a huge role in shaping fans’ communities and conversations on social platforms. million in 2003. So in early 2003, we’ve got over 15 million people playing fantasy sports online. Social media makes fantasy sports a global, connected community. Fantasy draft companies. A few companies start popping up where online players can join, and play a variety of games, with people all over the world. Sporting goods companies.

The Future of Work Weblog

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The official blog for the Future of Work Community. Our goal is to foster community, conversation, and mutual learning about the future of work and the forces driving change. December 2003. Communities and Economic Development. Community Development. Future of Work Community News. I am pleased to reprint here the the first half of the lead article from the April 2007 issue of Future of Work Agenda , our free monthly newsletter. Fast Company Now.

The Future of Work Weblog

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The official blog for the Future of Work Community. Our goal is to foster community, conversation, and mutual learning about the future of work and the forces driving change. December 2003. Communities and Economic Development. Community Development. Future of Work Community News. This is the second half of the lead article from the April 2007 issue of Future of Work Agenda , our free monthly newsletter. The Innovation Network for Communities.

Doug Johnson Website --Skills for the Knowledge Worker

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Writing, Speaking and Consulting on School Technology and Library Issues. Offshore Outsourcing: Structural Changes, Big Impact,&# Gartner , July 15, 2003.) Social, ethical, and human issues • Students understand the ethical, cultural, and societal issues related to technology.

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The Internet Could Be Closed For Business

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When I first started blogging and podcasting (in 2003), the Internet was both an open and a closed environment. People were publishing online journals and creating communities around very obscure areas of interest. While companies like Google may argue that closed is bad, it's important to realize that human beings seem drawn to closed environments - especially for more nascent products and services. online community. Once upon a time.

Mobile Marketing Goes To The Dogs

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He kindly agreed to share his latest article about mobile marketing with Diva Marketing 's community. In this issue Jon's dog analogy so reminded me of Twitter! The principal watch dog for abuses in mobile advertising is the Federal Trade Commission, working under the 2003 CAN-SPAM Act. This seems to be the week to share thoughts of some of my smart friends with you. Perhaps we should begin a new series on Diva Marketing. Sharing The Thoughts of Smart Friends.

Personal Knowledge Management - Pollard

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I first got interested in the idea of bottom-up knowledge management, focused on the unique needs of each front-line employee, in 2003, my last year as Global Director of Knowledge Innovation for a major professional services firm. This time, the corporate finance practitioner told me he was paid for his specific technical knowledge, not for his understanding of business issues. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company.

How to Save the World - PKM An Update

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I first got interested in the idea of bottom-up knowledge management, focused on the unique needs of each front-line employee, in 2003, my last year as Global Director of Knowledge Innovation for a major professional services firm. This time, the corporate finance practitioner told me he was paid for his specific technical knowledge, not for his understanding of business issues. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company.

PKM and the Organization - Pollard

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Many companies that jumped early onto the KM bandwagon have all but abandoned it, while many organizations that waited are now repeating the mistakes of the pioneers. Organizations provided staff with access to the Internet, but most of those who were inclined to use it already had it at home and were using it there, without the restrictions imposed by the company -- so that, too, was of marginal benefit. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company.

Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.

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The feeling of community, and “we’re all in this together&# is slipping away. While the privacy issues continue to be a stumbling block for some, the ability of these services to enhance your experiences in real-time by showing you who’s nearby, and insider tips for each location is enticing. Both companies (as well as a second tier of contenders) are working on new features and ramping up their business development teams.