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Presentation to Scottish Knowledge Management Network, Feb 2011.

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    Learning, knowledge and the 'net Learning, knowledge and the 'net Presentation Transcript

    • Learning, knowledge and the ‘netDave BriggsCommunity Evangelistwww.learningpool.com
    • Learning Pool•  Learning and knowledge technology and content for the public sector•  Exciting project in Scotland with the IS•  Collaboration is key•  My Learning Pool!
    • @davebriggsdave@learningpool.comwww.davepress.net
    • What I do•  Think•  Write•  and•  Talk
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/downingstreet/3045344571/
    • Change is happening•  Communication•  Socialising•  Work
    • But be careful outthere, folks!
    • Consumerisation of technology
    • Mainframes MinicomputersWeb / Mobile Microcomputers
    • Smaller, more personal.
    • Need for change•  People demanding it•  Can’t afford not to
    • Open government•  Transparency•  Participation•  Collaboration
    • So, what is digital engagement?http://www.flickr.com/photos/takomabibelot/4373062612/
    • Cognitive surplus, anyone?http://www.flickr.com/photos/poptech2006/2969510044/
    • 100 million hours 200 billion hourshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/maddi/2432148351/
    • £5,500 £153,516http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atheist_Bus_Campaign
    • Bring it inside the organisation
    • Managing:•  Knowledge •  Change•  Talent •  Ideas
    • (We really need to fix thesethings)
    • Knowledge and the internet
    • Knowledge and the internet
    • Knowledge and the internet
    • Knowledge and the internet
    • From the get-go, the net hasbeen a KM tool.
    • Web 2.0 / social media / whatevermakes it usable.
    • Status updates"Networking"Collaborative authoring"Discussions"Blogging"e-learning"
    • Strategies for implementation:
    • 1. Use the free stuff
    • 2. Off the shelf
    • 3. Roll your own
    • 4. Use what you have
    • It’s not about tools, it’s about being•  Open•  Collaborative•  Transparent •  Co-operative
    • The invisible architecture
    • Workflow
    • Remember: the shift towardsindividualism
    • Let people learn and share theirway, not yours.
    • Think: small pieces, loosely joined.
    • Thanks for listening! dave@learningpool.com www.learningpool.comhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/blackbeltjones/3365682994/