e-Clippings (Learning As Art): 8 Random Facts Meme (via Karyn Romeis)

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « "Ultimate GMail Collection: over 80 Tools and Tips" (makeuseof.com) | Main | "Did You Know 2.0" (shifthappens) » August 02, 2007 8 Random Facts Meme (via Karyn Romeis) Karyn Romeis tagged me with the 8 Random Facts Meme. So I was thinking about how to respond to this tagging - Im a rebel, I live on the edge - you know, blog fast and die young, so I wanted to do something a bit different.

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Even learning is miscellaneous

Clive on Learning

The series was titled Doing the Business and sought to teach managers and professionals how to communicate more effectively using sound design principles and harnessing the power of modern technology. Tagging and other technologies free us from the necessity of deciding on a single system of classification, in which every object is assigned a single category. In my 20s I spent a couple of years working in management accounting for a large multinational.

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Personalizing Web Access " WebTools For Learners

Web Tools for Learners

Using the web for communication, education, and business! Later in the day I was working with some people who were not that efficient at using the web and wanted to show them what I regard as an essential web tool, del.icio.us , the social bookmarking application. I reached out to the laptop, not my own, to try to open up my del.icio.us I use the Bookmarks feature to put these in the order I want them in, and to shorten their names so I can squeeze more on.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Thousands of people at IBM are already doing it.

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Passively Multiplayer Online Game (PMOG) | Main | "New study examines how online games can teach business skills" (Red Herring) » June 28, 2007 Thousands of people at IBM are already doing it. The Wall Street Journal on June 18 ran an article on social networking at IBM. o IBM employees use a social bookmarking program called DogEar. del.icio.us

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The survival of higher education (2): Changing times

Learning with 'e's

or the ‘social web’. I will attempt to contextualise these changes at the level of both organisation and individual, to provide a picture of how universities and teachers might manage their business in the coming decade. and provide some examples of current pedagogical practice using the Social Web. Debate centres upon whether the emerging social applications constitute a sea change or revolution in the Web (cf. Essentially, the Web has become more social.

AG08 - Day 1 - Summary

eLearning Weekly

Day 1 of AG08 was busy and completely wore me out - but it was all worth it! Here are the sessions I attended: Positioning your Careers in Social Networking and Collaborative Learning (Ray Jimenez). I think the role of the LMS will shift to become less important in the next few years, as people realize the value of social learning tools, such as wikis, tagging, social bookmarking, blogging, etc.

Social Grid Follow-up

Tony Karrer

Last week I did a webinar with Mark Sylvester of Intronetworks - Tapping the Social Grid. The crux of the talk was: Why being able to tap into the social grid is important for concept workers. A few of the tools and methods I use to tap into the social grid. Other Ways to Tap into the Social Grid In the session, I discussed the use of LinkedIn, Twitter and Blogging as my primary tools for tapping into the social grid. I have a tendency to mix business and fun.

Social 101

SMBs and Social Learning Technologies

Janet Clarey

SMBs & Social Media (Sum Total). Other notes: Definition of social media vary among attendees (~160). Noted main difference between main stream media and social media. Social media enables everyone to publish/access info inexpensively. Where we are today: Primary forms of social learning technologies used in corporations today appear to be e-mail, live online learning (Web conferencing), threaded discussion, and collaborative content development.