Personal Learning

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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/wiertz/5624285586/http://www.slideshare.net/Jack_Davis/perspectives-in-personal-knowledge-management William Jones trademarked the term “KEEPING FOUND THINGS FOUND” and have used it for research at University of Washington http://kftf.ischool.washington.edu/) and for consulting (http://keepingfoundthingsfound.com/).Hecoined the phrase in 1999 in the context of an NSF grant application (approved) and then published using the phrase in 2001:Jones, W., Bruce, H., & Dumais, S. (2001). Keeping founds things found on the web. In Tenth International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2001) (pp. 119–126). Atlanta, GA: ACM. Retrieved from http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/502585.502607 William Jones’ website is (http://keepingfoundthingsfound.com/). and also the book of the same name: Jones, W. (2007). Keeping Found Things Found: The Study and Practice of Personal Information Management. San Francisco, CA: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. 
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  • http://www.jarche.com/key-posts/personal-knowledge-management/One way to look at network learning is as a continuous process of seeking, sensing and sharing.DiscoveryKeeping up to dateing things out and keeping up to date. Building a network of colleagues is helpful in this regard—it not only allows us to “pull” information, but also have it “pushed” to us by trusted sources.
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/62693815@N03/6277337422Seeking is finding things out and keeping up to date. Building a network of colleagues is helpful in this regard—it not only allows us to “pull” information, but also have it “pushed” to us by trusted sources.Sensing is how we personalize information and use it. Sensing includes reflection and putting into practice what we have learned. Often it requires experimentation, as we learn best by doing.Sharing includes exchanging resources, ideas and experiences with our networks and collaborating with our colleagues.
  • Sensing is how we personalize information and use it. Sensing includes reflection and putting into practice what we have learned. Often it requires experimentation, as we learn best by doing.
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/agrilife/3513189009/Sharing includes exchanging resources, ideas and experiences with our networks and collaborating with our colleagues.
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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mkis/4007972473/What we have to do is change our mindset and begin to add new tools to our tool box. I suggest that you start with one and find your comfort zone with the first before you add another. It’s too easy to become overwhelmed if you try all at once.
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  • Personal Learning

    1. 1. Personal Learning Anne Mims Adrian, PhD Social Media Strategist Military Families Learning Network @aafromaa aadrian@extension.org slideshare.net/aafromaa May 1, 2012 North Central Leadership Conference #nclc
    2. 2. We want ... a crystal ball
    3. 3. We want ... a crystal ball with a roadmap.
    4. 4. Make your own path
    5. 5. Embrace learning Know that you must do Be on the course (flow) Then “be the ball” “To learn, we must do.” Harold Jarche
    6. 6. Experiment New tools New connections New sources Learn what you don’t know that you need to know
    7. 7. Become comfortable with the tools people levels of credibility of sources trial and error opposite viewpoint the unknown
    8. 8. Connect and learn from others Join and engage in communities Become a node
    9. 9. Exchange resources thoughts questions ideas experiences Collaborate
    10. 10. Learn to flow Networks are fluid Balance dichotomy of critical mass and close enough for relevancy and understanding
    11. 11. Let serendipity work “Chance favours the connected mind.” Steven Johnson http://blog.anneadrian.com/2012/04/my-own-serendipitous-opportunities.html
    12. 12. You are in charge “The only knowledge that can be managed is our own.” Harold Jarche
    13. 13. Manage information overload Keep found things found ™ (doing this in the open can help others can learn) The term Keeping Found Things Found was coined by William Jones in 1999 and he has written a book by the same name http://keepingfoundthingsfound.com/ ) http://www.slideshare.net/Jack_Davis/perspectives-in-personal-knowledge-management
    14. 14. Move efficiently between projects, ideas & thoughts Identify automated ways to improve personal productivity www.slideshare.net/Jack_Davis/perspectives-in-personal-knowledge- management
    15. 15. An exercise: What is the last thing you learned? Who ? What ? Where ? How ? Draw a connection to you. Draw the connection of how you first learn of that person. How important is this person / source to you? Do you trust this person / source? Why?
    16. 16. Why do you trust the person or source?
    17. 17. Why do you trust the person or source? Valuable ? Credible ? Believable ? Other descriptor ?
    18. 18. Continuous process http://www.jarche.com/key-posts/personal-knowledge-management/
    19. 19. Seek Discover Keep up to date Search Pull
    20. 20. Sense
    21. 21. Share Converse Exchange Narrate your work Collaborate
    22. 22. Social media just another set of tools
    23. 23. Getting information to come to you Google Alerts http://www.google.com/alerts http://learn.extension.org/events/471 Twitter Search Tweetdeck or Hootsuite on computer and either or Twitter app on smart phone RSS Feeds http://learn.extension.org/events/148 http://learn.extension.org/events/472
    24. 24. Getting information to come to you Others’ Aggregators News.me, Newsle, Summify, Scoop.it Google News http://news.google.com/
    25. 25. Networking online Finding and Following Others http://learn.extension.org/events/473 Find a few people who discuss and share what you are interested in and then follow who they follow.
    26. 26. Networking online Find a few favorite bloggers and news writers LinkedIn (group discussions) Google Plus Twitter (follow a critical mass) Twitter Search and Follow relevant hashtags http://learn.extension.org/events/306
    27. 27. Networking online Listen for awhile, then engage Then expand If it isn’t working adjust. If it is working, adjust.
    28. 28. Consider traditional differently Mass Media Network News Newspapers Professional Journals and Magazines Academic Journals Books Narrate what you are learning through all media (be mindful of copyright)
    29. 29. Share Bookmark in the open: delicious, Diigo, Pearltrees, Pinterest Will learn as you share & connect to other Narrate as you learn Narrate as you do your work Blogs, Commenting, Photos, Videos, Links, Online Journals Curate Scoop.it, Summify, Pinterest
    30. 30. What are the challenges?
    31. 31. Challenges
    32. 32. Be willing to fail
    33. 33. Network Literacy http://www.extension.org/network_literacy Join the CoP http://www.extension.org/people/communities/226 Participate in webinars http://learn.extension.org/events/tag/network%20literacy Learn from AleX Netlit http://twitter.com/AleXNetLit
    34. 34. Peter Drucker
    35. 35. Photo Credits http://www.flickr.com/photos/nakedtrust/5574747936/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/randa/270952848/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/aafromaa/3027002824/in/set- 72157608631840641 http://www.flickr.com/photos/way2go/3787721913/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/create-learning/3682590980/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/kentbye/1215052987/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ryanr/142455033/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/perfectoinsecto/2632798204/
    36. 36. Photo Credits http://www.flickr.com/photos/wiertz/5624285586/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mil8/2171507093/ http://www.jarche.com/key-posts/personal-knowledge-management/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/62693815@N03/6277337422/ http://blogs.hbr.org/bigshift/2010/04/a-brief-history-of-the-power-o.html http://www.flickr.com/photos/info_grrl/5107772098/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/aafromaa/3026998606/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/eschipul/3060085598/
    37. 37. References http://www.jarche.com/key-posts/personal-knowledge-management/ www.slideshare.net/Jack_Davis/perspectives-in-personal-knowledge- management http://www.slideshare.net/kjjeannette/customizing-a- pathforusingsocialmediainextension
    38. 38. Personal Learning by Anne Mims Adrian is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial 3.0 United States License. Anne Mims Adrian, PhD Twitter: @aafromaa aadrian@extension.org slideshare.net/aafromaa http://blog.anneadrian.com OR Google me (I am very findable).

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