LearnTrends: Personal Knowledge Management
NOVEMBER 17, 2009
These are my live blogged notes from Harold Jarche’s LearnTrends session on Personal Knowledge Management. Sense-making with PKM. PKM is a set of problem-solving skills for work, focused on getting things done but not necessarily task focused. Personal KM = ad hoc, DIY, cheap/free. A PKM Method. Other models for PKM. PKM is very much individualized process–we have to figure out how to make sense of things. As citizens, PKM is part of our social responsibility; we should be learning about issues together. Q&A. Too much information.
Here's how I'm approaching Personal Knowledge Management
The Learning Generalist
JANUARY 25, 2010
A few months back, Harold Jarche wrote a very interesting article about sense making with Personal Knowledge Management (PKM). strongly suggest that you also look through the webinar he did on PKM at the LearnTrends conference. What also helps with social tools like Delicious, is that you can benefit from all the PKM that everyone else is doing. Sumeet Moghe, 2009.
LearnTrends: The Immernet Singularity
NOVEMBER 18, 2009
These are my live blogged notes from Tony O’Driscoll’s LearnTrends session on The Immernet Singularity. Knowledge Management is an oxymoron–you can’t manage knowledge Very interesting seeing this perspective after Harold’s PKM presentation yesterday. Workplace Learning immersive learning learntrends Tony O'Driscoll My side comments are in italics. Official description: The Immernet Singularity: How the Immersive Internet Will Redefine Learning and Collaboration. Four technology arenas, 2D Synchronous Learning, Knowledge Sharing Spaces, Web 2.0
LearnTrends Live: Harold Jarche on PKM
NOVEMBER 17, 2009
Dave Pollard’s notion of critical thinking overlaps Harold’s PKM model: Convergence Improving the process of Innovation Web 2.0Personal Knowledge Management. BIG KM (corporate) | Little KM | Personal KM. Lots going on. Books, blogs, bookmarks, tags, etc. Harold asked himself, “What is it I actually do?. “Sorting means filtering one’s sources. Tools?