Digital literacy 6: Organising and sharing content

Learning with e's

The very act of creating content, whether it is a video, blogpost or podcast, is often with the intention that it will be shared in some way, usually on the web. Now we have the social web, there are more ways than ever to make your content available to a vast audience. But how do you share in such a way that makes it visible to the web? But we can go further using tagging, so that content becomes a community artefact around which groups can discuss, interact and collaborate.

Resistance is futile

Learning with 'e's

The same can be said for the participative Web. Blogging has evolved into a very expressive form of writing, and clearly exploits the immediacy of social interaction that was unknown before social media. Blogging is disruptive in that it changes the way we construct and present our ideas, and the way we interact with our readership. The read/write Web has changed our lives by disrupting our perceptions of what we can do with technology.

Evolution of L&D - Some more thoughts

ID Reflections

I love the serendipity of the web. I have seen this happen again and again when interacting on the web—learning, lurking, contributing and participating. I loved this line in her blog: “ I want learning in our organisation to be personally owned but organizationally supported.” And as John Hagel said, we shape serendipity. To quote Yossi Vardi , “ Serendipity doesn’t just happen in a serendipitous way. You have to work for it.”

Do We Still Know Our Audience?

eLearning Weekly

They do much of their phoning for free over the Web. The Web has always existed. This means a lot for the e-Learning community. The class of 2012 may not be the first to habitually seek much of its information from Web blogs, Wikis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. But it does remind us that: New electronic channels and Web media are opening every year for our products, services, and promotional information.

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