SCHOLARS  IN THEIR PUBLIC ENVIRNOMENT <ul><li>Chris Batt OBE </li></ul><ul><li>PhD Student </li></ul><ul><li>University Co...
Public environment “… knowledge co-creation and exchange rather than simple knowledge transfer;  a dialogue which enriches...
Public environment Constraints of language
Social media
Anti-social media
Crowdsourcing
Co-creation
Web 2.0
There have always been tools enabling social exchange
Feet Horses Coffee houses
Postie Conferences Professional bodies
Networks supporting communities of interest…
… and generally scholars have been pretty good at it
Status Quo 2.0 Framed within existing professional practices
So, what is the problem?
Towards a revolution?
Fragmentation Disintermediation Participation
The nature and the utility of connectivity
scalability interactivity
New temporal and community dynamics
The Twitterpedia generation
Which one is the dog?
The implications for interactive scholarship
Public environment “… knowledge co-creation and exchange rather than simple knowledge transfer;  a dialogue which enriches...
Public environment Make clear intentions to all parties, as early as possible Make explicit the exchange relationship and ...
HEFCE Strategic Plan 2006-11 7 objectives for ‘third stream’: public engagement, social and economic JISC strategy review ...
“ Having  a shared (and agreed) visions of the objectives  of the project or activity is therefore central to success. All...
6 Beacons of public engagement: North East; CUE East; Edinburgh Beltane; Manchester;  UCL ;  Wales Beacon
Interactive networks and the public environment
New models of knowledge and learning Learning 2.0
Crowdsourcing (Here Comes Everybody 2.0)
What the crowd knows What the crowd creates What the crowd thinks What the crowd funds
Analysis and review of data sets New knowledge Opinions and views Influencing policy and practice
New tools for interactive scholarship
New routes to market
Clarity of purpose and relationships New opportunities and resources Changed behaviours and roles
[email_address] www.digital-futures.org http://www.slideshare.net/Chris_Batt chrisbatt.wordpress.com Twitter: @chrisbatt L...
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  1. 1. SCHOLARS IN THEIR PUBLIC ENVIRNOMENT <ul><li>Chris Batt OBE </li></ul><ul><li>PhD Student </li></ul><ul><li>University College London </li></ul>
  2. 2. Public environment “… knowledge co-creation and exchange rather than simple knowledge transfer; a dialogue which enriches knowledge for mutual benefit .”
  3. 3. Public environment Constraints of language
  4. 4. Social media
  5. 5. Anti-social media
  6. 6. Crowdsourcing
  7. 7. Co-creation
  8. 8. Web 2.0
  9. 9. There have always been tools enabling social exchange
  10. 10. Feet Horses Coffee houses
  11. 11. Postie Conferences Professional bodies
  12. 12. Networks supporting communities of interest…
  13. 13. … and generally scholars have been pretty good at it
  14. 14. Status Quo 2.0 Framed within existing professional practices
  15. 15. So, what is the problem?
  16. 16. Towards a revolution?
  17. 17. Fragmentation Disintermediation Participation
  18. 18. The nature and the utility of connectivity
  19. 19. scalability interactivity
  20. 20. New temporal and community dynamics
  21. 21. The Twitterpedia generation
  22. 22. Which one is the dog?
  23. 23. The implications for interactive scholarship
  24. 24. Public environment “… knowledge co-creation and exchange rather than simple knowledge transfer; a dialogue which enriches knowledge for mutual benefit .”
  25. 25. Public environment Make clear intentions to all parties, as early as possible Make explicit the exchange relationship and the benefits to both parties Don’t ignore the body of evidence and good practice
  26. 26. HEFCE Strategic Plan 2006-11 7 objectives for ‘third stream’: public engagement, social and economic JISC strategy review 2009-11 … a programme to support institutions’ engagement with the wider community Russell Group 2003 community investment JISC Business and Community Engagement (BCE) JISC e-Content and Digitisation to deliver services which benefit the economy and society RunCoCo and other projects aligned with the BCE programme Public interaction is already a part of HE policy
  27. 27. “ Having a shared (and agreed) visions of the objectives of the project or activity is therefore central to success. All those involved in collaboration must learn about and understand the other groups ’ perspectives, their different priorities and methods… ” (p184)
  28. 28. 6 Beacons of public engagement: North East; CUE East; Edinburgh Beltane; Manchester; UCL ; Wales Beacon
  29. 29. Interactive networks and the public environment
  30. 30. New models of knowledge and learning Learning 2.0
  31. 31. Crowdsourcing (Here Comes Everybody 2.0)
  32. 32. What the crowd knows What the crowd creates What the crowd thinks What the crowd funds
  33. 33. Analysis and review of data sets New knowledge Opinions and views Influencing policy and practice
  34. 34. New tools for interactive scholarship
  35. 35. New routes to market
  36. 36. Clarity of purpose and relationships New opportunities and resources Changed behaviours and roles
  37. 37. [email_address] www.digital-futures.org http://www.slideshare.net/Chris_Batt chrisbatt.wordpress.com Twitter: @chrisbatt Link to DCATWE report

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