Charting collective knowledge: Supporting learning in the workplace
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These are slides of my talk at the IEEE 2009 International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT) held in Riga, Latvia on July 15-17, 2009.

These are slides of my talk at the IEEE 2009 International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT) held in Riga, Latvia on July 15-17, 2009.

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  • Charting collective knowledge: Supporting self-regulated learning in the workplace Anoush Margaryan Lecturer in Learning Technology Shell Research Fellow Caledonian Academy, Glasgow Caledonian University Collaborators: Prof. Allison Littlejohn and Dr Colin Milligan Glasgow Caledonian University, UK http://www.slideshare.net/anoush The slides are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Licence
  • “Now, we own the means of production--it's in our heads. It's what we know and can do. Do we really want to turn that over to the organization to decide? Or do we want to be the people who say `I'm going to take charge of my own learning. I'm going to be curious and pay attention to what's changing and where things are going and I'm going to pro-actively prepare myself for those things, regardless of whether or not the organization tells me I need to learn this.` We shouldn't be waiting to receive permission or be empowered. We should be seizing that power and doing everything with it that we can“ Michelle Martin, The Bamboo Project
  • Emergent work practices: Bricolage, patchworking Emergent environments: Distributed, dynamically- changing, technologically-mediated, complex or chaotic Emergent capabilities: self-regulation, self- organisation, operating in ill-defined domains & across geographic boundaries, networking, peering, sharing Emergent technologies: social, adaptive, intuitive
  • What behaviours/capabilities do individuals require to operate in an open/ networked society ? How can collective knowledge be used by individuals and to support learning? How can individuals make sense of distributed, collective knowledge to support new learning and work patterns? What sorts of adaptive technology tools can support the use of collective knowledge?
  • Collective knowledge – the aggregation of information, knowledge and artefacts COLLECTIVE residing in people, KNOWLEDGE communities, networks, practices that is accessible through the web.
  • Scanning - what am I looking CONSUMPTION for? Filtering/Evaluating – what is relevant? COLLECTIVE KNOWLEDGE Asking right questions – know who and know where
  • CONSUMPTION COLLECTIVE KNOWLEDGE CONNECTION
  • CONSUMPTION COLLECTIVE KNOWLEDGE CONTRIBUTION CONNECTION
  • CONSUMPTION collective COLLECTIVE KNOWLEDGE intelligence CONTRIBUTION CONNECTION
  • CONSUMPTION CHARTING CONTRIBUTION CONNECTION
  • Th eir G Consume O Contribute A Connect L S The individual charting The Collective
  • You Your goal
  • You Your goal Formal Dynamic Knowledge, The collective Learning e.g. wikis Smart Your Shared resources Recommended Information Knowledge (e.g. delicious) Resources
  • Colleagues with similar skills Peers with Team similar goals Manager External You contacts You Your goal Formal Dynamic Knowledge, The collective Learning e.g. wikis Smart Your Shared resources Recommended Information Knowledge (e.g. delicious) Resources
  • Colleagues with similar skills Peers with Team similar goals Manager External You contacts You CONSUME Your goal Formal Dynamic Knowledge, The collective Learning e.g. wikis Smart Your Shared resources Recommended Information Knowledge (e.g. delicious) Resources
  • Colleagues with similar skills Peers with Team similar goals CONNECT Manager External You contacts You CONSUME Your goal Formal Dynamic Knowledge, The collective Learning e.g. wikis Smart Your Shared resources Recommended Information Knowledge (e.g. delicious) Resources
  • Colleagues with similar skills Peers with Team similar goals CONNECT Manager External You contacts You CONSUME Your goal CONTRIBUTE Formal Dynamic Knowledge, The collective Learning e.g. wikis Smart Your Shared resources Recommended Information Knowledge (e.g. delicious) Resources
  • Colleagues with similar skills Peers with Team similar goals CONNECT Manager External You contacts You and Your CONSUME Your Peers goals CONTRIBUTE Formal Dynamic Knowledge, The collective Learning e.g. wikis Smart Your Shared resources Recommended Information Knowledge (e.g. delicious) Resources
  • MY GOALS How do we support the achievement of goals? ME
  • MY GOALS The Ideal? Everything you do contributes towards achieving your goals. Actually, this is too simplistic ME
  • MY GOALS The Ideal (2) Not every activity contributes towards achieving your goals and you will periodically assess and refine your effort. ME
  • MY GOALS MY GOALS The Reality Goals may actually evolve over time. ME
  • MY GOALS Charting Helps you relate where you are to where you started and where you want to be. ME
  • MY GOALS Charting (2) Helps you relate where you are to where you started and where you want to be … over and over … providing the opportunity to dynamically interact with your goals and personal development. ME
  • Charting mock ups – *very* early conceptualisations
  • Charting mock ups – *very* early conceptualisations
  • Future work Charting scenarios (in collaboration with Shell and TUG) Prototype charting tool