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RRT 2010 summary statistics

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This slide show contain some results of the opening p lenary" of Radical Real Time 2010 Conference " organized by Radical Inclusion. ...

This slide show contain some results of the opening p lenary" of Radical Real Time 2010 Conference " organized by Radical Inclusion.

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    • Radical Real Time 2010 Radical Real Time 2010 ‐ Conference on Collaboration ‐
    • The following slides give you some basic information  h f ll i lid i b i i f i on the Radical Real Time Conference "Making the most of collaborative worlds“ "M ki h f ll b i ld “ June 5, 2010 NING Members: 194 from 29 countries Breakout Sessions: 16 Participants in the Synchronous Phase: 70 from 18 countries ==================================================================== == NING Website: http://rtvc10.ning.com/ b h // / Wiki of the Radical Real Time Conference: http://radicalrealtime.pbworks.com/
    • 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% Albania A Auustralia Beelgium Brazil C Canada Chile China Et thiopia Finland F France Geermany Ireland Italy M Mexico Nepal Nethe erlands Radical Real Time 2010 – Conference on Collaboration New Ze ealand N Norway Philippines ortugal Po Singgapore South Africa Spain Swweden Switzzerland T Taiwan UEA Participants in the asynchronous phase before and after June 5th – by country UK USA
    • Radical Real Time 2010 – Conference on Collaboration Participants in the synchronous phase on June 5th – by country p y p y y 16% 14% 12% 10% 8% 6% 4% 2% 0%
    • Radical Real Time 2010 – Conference on Collaboration What is your mother tongue? y g Swedish Spanish Portuguese g Norwegian Nepali German Gaelic French Finnish English Dutch Africans 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35%
    • Radical Real Time 2010 – Conference on Collaboration How experienced are you in virtual events? 25% 29% Novice Some  Experience 46% Expert
    • Radical Real Time 2010 – Conference on Collaboration What is your main interest? 21% 51% Learning 28% Networking Fun
    • Radical Real Time 2010 – Conference on Collaboration Virtual Collaboration for you is… Difficult and Difficult and  Overwhelming 24% Easy 74% Simply Different i l iff 2%
    • Radical Real Time 2010 – Conference on Collaboration Participants‘  What were the high moments? What were the high moments? feedback 0
    • Radical Real Time 2010 – Conference on Collaboration Participants‘  What were the challenges? What were the challenges? feedback » Getting the tools to work » Getting into different sessions » Multitasking » Learning so many tools at a time » Tiring in the synchronous phase How to improve? ↗ Technical check in before the event ↗ Use few and simple tools ↗ Same conference with same people, learning effect
    • Breakout Session overview Session Title Convener Platform/Tool Collaborative Work in Virtual Worlds Organized by Eilif Trondsen Second life Transparency in collaboration for social change Transparency in collaboration for social change Christina Jourdan Christina Jourdan Skype Chat Skype Chat The Change Journey Map Holger Nauheimer Asynchronous How do we connect the world through Creativity? Max Allsup Skype Facilitating for maximum results ‐ inviting the whole  Thomas Herrmann /Johann  Facilitating for maximum results inviting the whole Thomas Herrmann /Johann Microsoft Live meeting person Rehnberg Relationships and virtual collaboration design David Friedmann webex Creating a high level innovation lab ecology Peter Troxler Etherpad / Skype Levelling the Playing Field Kathie Wallace ietherpad  / Skype Collaboration, Learning and Knowledge Transfer at  Joel Muzard WebIDEApro.com The Speed of Mind Storytelling session on Koru Island in Second Life Storytelling session on Koru Island in Second Life Stephen Thorpe Stephen Thorpe second life second life How is virtual collaboration different from face‐to‐ Sari Stanfors Skype, pbworks, webex face collaboration? Our stories Junliane Neumann Wiki, Second life On‐line Interactive Socio Drama Jouke Kruijer Adobe Connect Pro Participation as Active Citizenship Jan Linhart webex Value‐Co‐Creation Twitter Session Arne van Oosterom Twitter (#RRarne) /mindmeister Radical (Transformational) Change at Artur Silva Flash Meeting Organizations and Communities