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The Vortex: Experiments in Online Collaboration

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An exploration of online interaction and collaboration through the lens of the "three tensions"

An exploration of online interaction and collaboration through the lens of the "three tensions"

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  • Thanks for sharing it over here! I have just gone through it and have thoroughly enjoyed it ! I, too, think that we are witnessing a second wave of online collaboration and going through your slides has just proved the case http://www.yuregininsesi.com
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  • Hi Nancy ! What a great presentation ! Thanks for sharing it over here! I have just gone through it and have thoroughly enjoyed it ! I, too, think that we are witnessing a second wave of online collaboration and going through your slides has just proved the case. Even more when that second wave of online collaboration is also fostering a comeback of Knowledge Management with some fresh and new ideas as to what knowledge sharing could be all about. Exiting stuff!
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  • Nice presentation. Thanks for posting it.

    It looked like a collection of different slides from different slideshows. I would have liked more consistency in design between the slides.
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  • 1. Surfing the Second Wave of Online Collaboration
  • 2.  
  • 3. 4 Big Trends
    • Fractured attention
    • Rapidly changing tool landscape
    • Fractured preferences
    • Boundaries redefined
  • 4. SMS Wikis Blogs RSS Event- Blogging Mobile Phones The “Old” Stuff Tagging Social Networking Moblogs
  • 5. What about Blogs…
    • Jupiter Research reported in June 2006 that 34% of all large companies have deployed blogs and 35% will deploy them by the end of 2006, totaling 70% of large companies.
    • Blog networks as “distributed apprenticeship (Efimova)
    • Windows to practices
    • Learning from multiple perspectives
  • 6. Fractured Preferences
    • Early adopters are driving the bus…
    • Generation gap
    • Style gap
    • Sector gap
    • Communications gap
  • 7. Communications Gap
    • Age:
    • 40+: Phone, Email, Fileservers
    • 30-40: IM(MSN/AOL), Plain old telephone,  and Email
    • 20-30: IM(Skype/MSN), Cell, VoIP Land Line with multiple phone numbers
    • <20: SMS, IM/Skype/MSN
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/rt425/195400588/
  • 8.
    • A 2005 report from the Pew Internet and American Life Project called &quot;Teens and Technology&quot; found that teenagers preferred new technology, like instant messaging or text messaging, for talking to friends and use e-mail to communicate with &quot;old people.&quot; … students interviewed … say they still depend on e-mail to communicate with their professors. But many of the students say they would rather send text messages to friends, to reach them wherever they are, than send e-mail messages that might not be seen until hours later.
  • 9. All hail, the lurkers… Pew Internet Survey
  • 10.  
  • 11. 1. Purpose
    • &quot;The great and glorious masterpiece of man is to know how to live to purpose.&quot;
    • Montaigne
  • 12. 2. Change the Story in our Heads (about our relationship with technology)
  • 13.  
  • 14. 3. Start where we are
  • 15. Social Translucence
    • “ Vital tension between privacy and visibility.” Erickson
    • The “door with the glass window”
    • Visibility
    • Awareness
    • Accountability
  • 16. 4. Look Over the Shoulder
  • 17. AFGO
    • “ Whoever is not ready to pay the price of knowledge will not get knowledge. There is a toll. You have to be willing to pay that price, which is to put at risk everything you think you know about yourself. That’s why it’s so scary -- because the price of knowledge is the sum of all your fears. When we encounter that fear, everything shakes .”
    • Fred Kofman
  • 18. 5. Acknowledge the Elephant
  • 19. Power
    • Influenced by offline power relationships
    • Effect of bandwidth/ access
    • Effect of frequency of access
    • Effect of communication skills
  • 20.
    • “ Everything about the transaction, including the price, must be mutually discovered.” Sayo Ajiboye told to Doc Searls told to Christopher Carfi
  • 21. 6. Learn Some Lingo!
  • 22.  
  • 23. 1. Purpose 2. Change the story 3. Start where we are 4. Look over a shoulder 5. Make the elephant discussable 6. Learn some lingo
  • 24. Further Resources
    • http://australianoctober.blogspot.com
    • http://www. fullcirc .com , http://www.fullcirc.com/weblog/onfacblog.htm
    • www. fullcirc .com/community/ communitymanual . htm
    • KM for Development http://www.km4dev.org
    • http://www. technologyforcommunities .com
    • http://communitiesconnect.wikispaces.com
    • http://www. ewenger .com
    • http://www. learningalliances .net
    • http:// learningnetworkedworld . blogspot .com/
    • http://www.km4dev.org
    • http://www. mediablends .net/
    • http:// pratodialogue . wordpress .com/
    • http://elearnmag.org/subpage.cfm?section=best_practices&article=34-1
    • http://interconnected.org/home/2004/04/28/on_social_software and http://www. corante .com/many/archives/2004/09/30/the_seven_two_pieces_social_software_must_have. php
    • http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ onlinefacilitation
    • http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ comprac
  • 25.
    • The Nancy White tour is organised and sponsored by the
    • E-learning Networks Project of the Australian Flexible Learning Framework.
    • Come and visit our site! Find out about the project’s various PD activities, including:
      • 20 e-learning networks
      • 3 online events
      • An online learning community –Networks Community Forum
      • 4 editions of the Knowledge Tree
      • And the national speaking tour ……
    • Networks site: http://www. flexiblelearning .net.au/networks
  • 26. Showcasing E-learning in Practice 20 – 22 November 2006
    • Highlights:
    • Focus of the event is on showcasing:
      • Latest developments in Australian e-learning , including new ideas and approaches
      • Practical implementation of e-learning for different client groups
      • Engaging newly interested people (the ‘second wave’) in using e-learning in easy and exciting ways
    Dr Elizabeth Hartnell -Young Wednesday 22 November @ 9:00 - 10:00 am AEST Keynote speakers: Avril Henry Tuesday 21 November @ 1:00 – 2:00 pm AEST Register @: http:// networksevents . flexiblelearning .net.au
  • 27. Knowledge Tree: an E-journal of Learning Innovation    The Knowledge Tree enables the sharing of research and innovation in global e-learning practice. Published by the national training system’s e-learning strategy, the Australian Flexible Learning Framework (Framework), The Knowledge Tree aims to provoke, foster and capture in-depth knowledge and debate on e-learning issues. Edition 12 due for release on 14 November: Focused on improved practice in the professional development of teachers. Lead article - ‘Blogs Impacting Student Dispositions’ is by Sean and Paula Lancaster, teacher education academics at Grand Valley State University, Michigan. Sean won the 2006 Pew Teaching with Technology award. Live Conversation: 28 November http:// knowledgetree . flexiblelearning .net.au
  • 28. A blog of Nancy’s speaking tour, trip and adventure to Australia: http:// australianoctober . blogspot .com/index.html Nancy White Founder, Full Circle Associates ( http://www. fullcirc .com ) [email_address]
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