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Microlearning and the Knowledge Maturing Process: Towards Conceptual Foundations for Work-Integrated Microlearning Support
 

Microlearning and the Knowledge Maturing Process: Towards Conceptual Foundations for Work-Integrated Microlearning Support

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Microlearning 2007, Innsbruck, June 20-22, 2007

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    • Microlearning and the Knowledge Maturing Process: Towards Conceptual Foundations for Work-Integrated Microlearning Support FZI Research Center for Information Technologies Information Process Engineering Karlsruhe, GERMANY [email_address] http://www.fzi.de/ipe Andreas Schmidt
    • Motivation
      • The new flexibility of knowledge workers requires a learning on demand, embedded into work processes
      • Microlearning can be an appropriate paradigm, reconciling information seeking with individual learning processes
      • New forms of guidance/scaffolding required: what is appropriate for whom in which situation?
    • Knowledge Maturing Process Emergence of ideas Distribution in Communities Formali- zation Formal training new ideas common terminology ad hoc incorporation into training entering into common curricula communication artefacts FAQ entries forum contributions text books courses certificates redesign of the organisation learning objects patents best practices personal notes Ad hoc training project reports case studies lessons learnt formal structure Information artefacts informal learning formal learning
      • Consequence: conceive microcontent always
        • created within user activity (-> creation context)
        • made use of within user activities (-> usage context)
      • First steps:
        • context-aware workplace learning support
        • task mining
        • attention metadata
      Maturity Awareness