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Stephen Downes invited presentation at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, March 20, 2000

Stephen Downes invited presentation at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, March 20, 2000

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    The New Knowledge Economy The New Knowledge Economy Presentation Transcript

    • The New Knowledge Economy Stephen Downes March 20, 2000
    • Outline
      • The Technology
      • The Impact
        • Society
        • Commerce
        • Governance
      • Keeping Up
    • The Technology
      • Bandwidth – unlimited
      • Processing – unlimited
      • Software – task based
      • Hardware – portable, wireless
      • Presentation – multimedia, simulations
    • The Impact - Society
      • New Social Unit – The Online Community
      • Types of Online Communities
      • Properties of Online Communities
      • Social Impact:
        • Withdrawal from traditional communities
        • Increased empowerment and participation
    • The Impact - Commerce
      • Shattering of Commerce
      • Commerce begins with Community
      • Globalization and Competition
    • The Impact – Commerce (2)
      • Commercial Impact:
        • Customized and personalized service
        • 24-7 service
        • Competition
      • Corporate Impact
        • Monopolies don’t work
        • The Network Effect
        • Workplace organization
    • The Impact - Governance
      • Legislative and Representative Function
        • Increased participation and activism
        • Inclination toward direct democracy
        • Primacy of the Community
        • Decline (or reshaping) of the Middle
    • The Impact - Governance (2)
      • Information and Communication
        • The community as a community
        • Modes of Communication
        • Information overload
    • The Impact – Governance (3)
      • Services
        • Services as E-Commerce
        • Competition
        • Government services as a network effect
    • Keeping Current
      • Joining or founding a community
      • Information flow
        • Pull – web sites
        • Push – newsletters
      • Participation