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Leveraging Web 2.0 tools to create a collaborative PLE

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  • 1. Leveraging Web 2.0 tools to establish a collaborative Personal Learning Environment (PLE)
    Professor Eric Tsui
    KMRC, HKPolyU
  • 2. Knowledge ManagementVsPersonal Knowledge Management
  • 3. Personal Meta Competences
    Retrieving Information
    KM Process
    Locate / capture
    PKM Skills
    Problem Solving
    Evaluation Information
    Communication
    Organising Information
    Transfer / Sharing
    Apply
    Creativity
    Collaborating Information
    Analysis
    Create
    Analysing Information
    Learning
    Organisational Performance
    Mental Agility
    Presenting Information
    External Information Awareness
    Reflection
    Securing Information
    Internal Knowledge Dissemination
    Effective Decision Architecture
    Organisational Focus
    Continue Innovation
    PKM Research Model(Ricky Cheong & Eric Tsui)
  • 4. Global Survey on Personal KM
    Respondent’s Profile
    • Locations
    • 5. Africa: 4.1%
    • 6. Americas: 36%
    • 7. Asia: 35.5%
    • 8. Europe: 20.3%
    • 9. Oceania: 4.1%
    • 10. Stage of Adoption (Roger, 1962)
    • 11. Knowledge Stage: 23.9%
    • 12. Persuasion Stage: 5%
    • 13. Decision Stage: 8%
    • 14. Implementation Stage: 28.2%
    • 15. Confirmation Stage: 21.6%
  • Findings from global PKM survey
    The research findings provide empirical evidence for the PKM Framework by Avery et al. (2001)
    Personal Knowledge Management plays important roles in KM Processes
    Personal Knowledge Management contributes to individuals’ competences
    Personal Knowledge Management contributes to an organisation’s competences
    The values of PKM for individuals directly affect the values of PKM for an organisation. Individual knowledge workers are key agents for organisational learning (Argyris & Schon 1978)
  • 16. A PKM 2.0 model(Source: R. Cheong and E. Tsui (2010); The roles and values of personal knowledge management: An exploratory study, to appear in VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems.)
  • 17. Traditional Learning Environment Vs Personal Learning Environment (PLE)
  • 18. Some challenges in a PLE/VLE
    Information Overload
    Sustainability & quality of contributions
    Knowledge Classification & Navigation
    Content authoring by the masses
    Development & tracking of personal competencies

  • 19. Information Overload & its consequences
  • 20. Use of RSS feeds and tagging to create a co-learning environment
    • Selective RSS feeds, filters & aggregators to supplement static content
    • 21. Tagging & annotation of articles
    • 22. Sharing, searching & navigation of articles by tags
    • 23. Knowledge Classification & Navigation via shared tags
  • 24.
  • 25. Some challenges in a PLE/VLE
    Information Overload
    Sustainability & quality of contributions
    Knowledge Classification & Navigation
    Content authoring by the masses
    Development & tracking of personal competencies

  • 26. Structure & how it affects the contribution and quality of Knowledge
    +
    Quality
    Clustered
  • 27. Using a Wiki for forum discussions
  • 28. Experiment with a ‘Clustered Wiki’
    Group 1
    Group 2
    Group 3
    Group 4
  • 29. Experiment with a ‘Clustered Wiki’
    Edit
    Read and Compare
  • 30. Result of the ‘Clustered Wiki’ experiment
    18.96
    4.67
    1%
    60%
  • 31. Quality of knowledgeSource : Lila Rao et al, Toward Defining knowledge dimension of knowledge systems, 2009
    Accuracy
    Consistency
    Currency
    Interoperability
    Degree of Context
    Degree of Details
    Degree of Importance
    Sharing
    Usefulness
    Volatility
  • 32. Some challenges in a PLE/VLE
    Information Overload
    Sustainability & quality of contributions
    Knowledge Classification & Navigation
    Content authoring by the masses
    Development & tracking of personal competencies

  • 33. Use of Social Bookmarking and Mashups to enhance knowledge navigation
  • 34. Collaborative
    tagging
    tools
    Internal
    External
    TaxoFolk algorithm
    Taxonomy
    Temple Street got an OPERA
    Can visit a BEACH at here
  • 35. Some challenges in a PLE/VLE
    Information Overload
    Sustainability & quality of contributions
    Knowledge Classification & Navigation
    Content authoring by the masses
    Development & tracking of personal competencies

  • 36. RAPIDS (Rapid Authoring Platform for Instructional Design of Scenarios)
  • 37. Using RAPIDS for scenario authoring
    Reusable Artefacts
    Real and imaginary scenes, characters, icons
    Rapid Authoring
    Ease of Creation
    Competency profiling with Quizzes & Scorecard
    Mix & Match different scenes to compose a new scenario
  • 38. Integration of RAPIDS into WebCT
  • 39. Key Observations
    PKM values and competencies are directly related to organisational performance
    PKM is rapidly gaining interest but most of the existing frameworks are still based on the traditional Web
    Web 2.0 and social software enable knowledge workers to set up a PLE/VLE in a pervasive and ubiquitous environment
    Quality of knowledge, sustainability of contributions, mass authoring & ability to combat information overload are crucial
    Significant research is still needed for ‘fusing’ personal and enterprise knowledge