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Sensemaking power point cognitive edge project
Sensemaking power point cognitive edge project
Sensemaking power point cognitive edge project
Sensemaking power point cognitive edge project
Sensemaking power point cognitive edge project
Sensemaking power point cognitive edge project
Sensemaking power point cognitive edge project
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Sensemaking power point cognitive edge project

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A place to put your stories relating to your CAP community.

A place to put your stories relating to your CAP community.

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  • 1. Sensemaking<br /> NSCAP| Karen Parusel<br /> Joanne Gidney<br /> David Murdoch<br />Colleen Fraser<br />
  • 2. Project Benefits<br />Data/ Metrics for later projects<br />Partnership opportunities<br />Expertise can leverage partnerships with other local partners<br />Training op with YI sessions<br />Provincial, Federal<br /> <br />
  • 3. Current Status<br />Current Pilot <br />CE in-house opportunity <br />Still collecting stories, need a little more data to begin analysis<br />Collecting good data, will generate report when wrapped up<br />Will supplement new projects<br />Up and running now<br />ROI (return on investment) CE Training/ PD<br />smaller Network projects <br />Next Steps..<br />New plans<br />Provincial Context<br />Webinar<br />
  • 4. How Does it work?<br />identity <br />thinking back  <br />enact <br />social - leadership<br />Ongoing – long term<br />extract cues – forms direction <br />plausibility over accuracy <br />
  • 5. What is a Story?<br />
  • 6. Gain a better understanding of our users’ needs<br />Provide an evaluation framework of CAP services <br />Determine how to better meet the needs of our clients<br />Create a picture for the future of public access<br />Engage CAP communities, enable leadership<br />“With enough stories we hope to be able to collect enough voices to weave a fabric that will illustrate what the need is for public access to computers, past present and future. “<br />Why ?<br />
  • 7. <ul><li> Identify stories
  • 8. Help users tell their story
  • 9. Try not to influence
  • 10. Remember its about the other person
  • 11. Encourage people to be a plain as possible</li></ul>Name of the<br />Where do I come in?<br />
  • 12. Who should be using it?<br />
  • 13. What in it for us?<br /><ul><li>Knowledge, Capacity Building
  • 14. Professional Development
  • 15. Jobs
  • 16. Community Leadership</li></li></ul><li>Thank you<br />

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