Title Les pratiques du socialbookmarking dans le domaine de l'éducation : affordances sémantiques, socio-cognitives et formatives
Title Socialbookmarking practices in the field of education : semantic, socio-cognitive and formative affordances
Nous avons utilisé le modèle « AODM » développé par Mwanza Daizy (Mwanza, 2002) en nous nous appuyant sur les quatre outils distincts basés sur la théorie de l’activité d’Engeström et qui supportent les processus de la collecte, de l’analyse (l’évaluation
We need to make clear that the Public Domain is the market's underlying geology--a place akin to the ownerless bulk of the Earth--rather than a public preserve in the midst of private holdings. This won't be easy, but it can be done.
We need to stress th
Thus, personal knowledge management would be the basis for social knowledge management, facilitated and structurally catalyzed by technological tools that enable our networks today.
This view of knowledge management is quite innovative in the context of
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KM should not be about "knowing more" - it should be about "understanding better". Better understanding leads to improved decisions and innovation. How do we understand better; how do we make sense of the world? Through conversation!
Practitioners in a system of influence can even throw ‘lifelines’ or build bridges to invite (or pull) forward those stuck in earlier paradigm thinking, methods and tools — rescuing them from e-mail, for example, by showing them IM, virtual presence and o
Good students studying traditional History texts learn much about the past, but even the best rarely take the lessons of the past with them when they leave class. As a history teacher at University High School in Urbana, Illinois since 1979, I have develo
Another attribute of the most successful strategies is that they are parasitic. This is the essence of social learning - somebody has to do the hard graft to find out how to do things before other people can copy them, so it only pays to learn socially wh
Today, Twitter released Blackbird, a simple tool to “quote” an individual Tweet by getting an HTML code that you can place into a Wordpress post or elsewhere. Previously, people wanting to quote Tweets had to take a screenshot, crop it, save it, upload an
Our results suggest that in terms of college quality, there is not only no direct effect on mid- and late-career attainment, but no significant effect at all. Brand and Halaby, 2006.
Students who attended more selective colleges do not earn more than oth
I did a very shallow search for existing initiatives and found one: the Boston Stolen Bikes Community Alert. It is (or maybe was) run through the City of Boston’s website, using Twitter and Facebook to take in reports of stolen bikes and then distribute a
Because culture is slow to change I would recommend starting with the simplest tool-set possible. Turn off most functions and only enable new ones when people start asking for more. As with tools, the same minimization principle goes for content. It is mo
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Contribution, collaboration, co-creation, hosted. No one model is better than the others. Nor should they even be seen as progressive steps towards a model of “maximal participation.” They each imply different levels of institutional control and participa
(7) In the first wave, management innovations were concerned with accommodating process innovation and control. Only then processes were largely contained, constrained, tangible and visible.
(8) This new wave is also about process innovation and control /