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The Vortex: Experiments in Online Collaboration 

The Vortex: Experiments in Online Collaboration

 

 
 
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Slide 1: Surfing the Second Wave of Online Collaboration
Slide 3: 4 Big Trends • Fractured attention • Rapidly changing tool landscape • Fractured preferences • Boundaries redefined
Slide 4: Mobile Phones SMS Wikis Tagging Moblogs Event-Blogging Blogs RSS The “Old” Stuff Social Networking
Slide 5: What about Blogs…  Jupiter Research reported in June 2006 that 34% of all large companies have deployed blogs and 35% will deploy them by the end of 2006, totaling 70% of large companies.  Blog networks as “distributed apprenticeship (Efimova) • Windows to practices • Learning from multiple perspectives
Slide 6: Fractured Preferences • Early adopters are driving the bus… • Generation gap • Style gap • Sector gap • Communications gap
Slide 7: Communications Gap Age: • 40+: Phone, Email, Fileservers • 30-40: IM(MSN/AOL), Plain old telephone, and Email • 20-30: IM(Skype/MSN), Cell, VoIP Land Line with multiple phone numbers • <20: SMS, IM/Skype/MSN http://www.flickr.com/photos/rt 425/195400588/
Slide 8: A 2005 report from the Pew Internet and American Life Project called "Teens and Technology" found that teenagers preferred new technology, like instant messaging or text messaging, for talking to friends and use e-mail to communicate with "old people." … students interviewed … say they still depend on e-mail to communicate with their professors. But many of the students say they would rather send text messages to friends, to reach them wherever they are, than send e-mail messages that might not be seen until hours later.
Slide 9: All hail, the lurkers… Pew Internet Survey
Slide 11: 1. Purpose "The great and glorious masterpiece of man is to know how to live to purpose." Montaigne
Slide 12: 2. Change the Story in our Heads (about our relationship with technology)
Slide 14: 3. Start where we are
Slide 15: Social Translucence • “Vital tension between privacy and visibility.” Erickson • The “door with the glass window” • Visibility • Awareness • Accountability
Slide 16: 4. Look Over the Shoulder
Slide 17: AFGO “Whoever is not ready to pay the price of knowledge will not get knowledge. There is a toll. You have to be willing to pay that price, which is to put at risk everything you think you know about yourself. That’s why it’s so scary -because the price of knowledge is the sum of all your fears. When we encounter that fear, everything shakes.” shakes Fred Kofman
Slide 18: 5. Acknowledge the Elephant
Slide 19: Power • Influenced by offline power relationships • Effect of bandwidth/ access • Effect of frequency of access • Effect of communication skills
Slide 20: “Everything about the transaction, including the price, must be mutually discovered.” Sayo Ajiboye told to Doc Searls told to Christopher Carfi
Slide 21: 6. Learn Some Lingo!
Slide 23: 1. Purpose 2. Change the story 3. Start where we are 4. Look over a shoulder 5. Make the elephant discussable 6. Learn some lingo
Slide 24: Further Resources • • • http://australianoctober.blogspot.com http://www.fullcirc.com, http://www.fullcirc.com/weblog/onfacblog.htm www.fullcirc.com/community/communitymanual.htm • • • • • • • • • • • • • KM for Development http://www.km4dev.org http://www.technologyforcommunities.com http://communitiesconnect.wikispaces.com http://www.ewenger.com http://www.learningalliances.net http://learningnetworkedworld.blogspot.com/ http://www.km4dev.org http://www.mediablends.net/ http://pratodialogue.wordpress.com/ http://elearnmag.org/subpage.cfm?section=best_practices&article=34-1 http://interconnected.org/home/2004/04/28/on_social_software and http://www.corante .com/many/archives/2004/09/30/the_seven_two_pieces_social_software_m php http://groups.yahoo.com/group/onlinefacilitation http://groups.yahoo.com/group/comprac
Slide 25: The Nancy White tour is organised and sponsored by the E-learning Networks Project of the Australian Flexible Learning Framework. Come and visit our site! Find out about the project’s various PD activities, including: •20 e-learning networks • 3 online events • An online learning community –Networks Community Forum • 4 editions of the Knowledge Tree • And the national speaking tour …… Networks site: http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/networks
Slide 26: Showcasing E-learning in Practice 20 – 22 November 2006 Highlights: Focus of the event is on showcasing: •Latest developments in Australian e-learning, including new ideas and approaches •Practical implementation of e-learning for different client groups •Engaging newly interested people (the ‘second wave’) in using e-learning in easy and exciting ways Keynote speakers: Avril Henry Tuesday 21 November @ 1:00 – 2:00 pm AEST Dr Elizabeth Hartnell -Young Wednesday 22 November @ 9:00 - 10:00 am AEST Register @: http://networksevents.flexiblelearning.net.au
Slide 27: Knowledge Tree: an E-journal of Learning Innovation The Knowledge Tree enables the sharing of research and innovation in global e-learning practice. Published by the national training system’s e-learning strategy, the Australian Flexible Learning Framework (Framework), The Knowledge Tree aims to provoke, foster and capture in-depth knowledge and debate on e-learning issues. Edition 12 due for release on 14 November: Focused on improved practice in the professional development of teachers. Lead article - ‘Blogs Impacting Student Dispositions’ is by Sean and Paula Lancaster, teacher education academics at Grand Valley State University, Michigan. Sean won the 2006 Pew Teaching with Technology award. Live Conversation: 28 November http://knowledgetree.flexiblelearning.net.au
Slide 28: Nancy White Founder, Full Circle Associates (http://www.fullcirc.com) nancyw@fullcirc.com A blog of Nancy’s speaking tour, trip and adventure to Australia: http://australianoctober.blogspot.com/index.html

   
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