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Informal Learning
with the Social Web




Metaphor for the workshop: a
     journey over the
 Grossglockner Alpine road.

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Topics

  how to design and nurture learnscapes, the ecosystems of informal and web-
  based learning;
  the explosive con...
Formal Learning   Informal Learning
Informal Learning with the Social Web
         Destination                  Time                   Resources              ...
Mountain Guides
Savvy people who will be happy to guide you this week.


       Experienced mountain
         guides will ...
Resources




            (online)   (online)
Jay’s ecosystem: for reference

                               HOME




    jaycross.com

                                ...
Today
rlier   Before           After   Later




                 beta
Formal                                                              Informal
             Top-down, strict, tight   Some s...
Internet values

   Connections
                        Participation      beta
 The Long Tail
                    Power t...
Books, 1499 & 2002
A year of the un-book
Jay’s instructional design journey

 training              training +               training
                             ...
formal learning
 eLearning+                      eLearning          learn/work
    add f2f back in
peer learning in groups...
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  1. 1. Informal Learning with the Social Web Metaphor for the workshop: a journey over the Grossglockner Alpine road. December 3, 2008, 10:00 - 18:00
  2. 2. Topics how to design and nurture learnscapes, the ecosystems of informal and web- based learning; the explosive convergence of informal learning, the read/write web, internet culture, and new business models; how network effects impact organisations, changing the nature of learning and human performance; case studies of a dozen organisations that are accelerating informal learning with wikis, social networks, collaboration, podcasts, tagging, graphics, and online teams; how internet cultural values such as transparency, rapid prototyping, giving everyone a voice, peer-based decision-making, and openness impact learning and development; how to apply an informal-learning maturity model to successfully bring on-demand learning experiments into an organisation; preparing to deal with the conservative forces of “paradigm drag” by understanding “the state of the art” in Europe, Silicon Valley and worldwide; using learnscapes to increase innovation, improve productivity, become more responsive, serve customers better, and help people grow professionally; what leaders can do to nurture productive learnscapes; reinvent learning as active, collaborative, need-driven adaptation to change.
  3. 3. Formal Learning Informal Learning
  4. 4. Informal Learning with the Social Web Destination Time Resources Topics expectations, roles, Kaiser-Franz-Josefs- Phase change informal learning, nets, Höhe 10:00 -11:30 Natural learning web, world, Management 2.0 management 11:30 - 11:45 break, 15 Learning learnscapes, changing Hochtor Network effects 11:45 - 13:00 nature of learning, Web 2.0 payback The Three Bears 13:00 - 14:00 lunch, 60 Learnscapes Fuscher Lacke 14:00 - 15:15 cases, social web Slam dunk ROI 15:15 - 16:00 large group, 45 peer circle 16:00 - 16:30 break, 30 16:30 - 17:15 fish bowl, 45 fish bowl Learnscape Sandbox, Edelweißspitze 17:15 - 18:00 TogetherLearn Story ongoing community On the road Break Large group 285 minutes 105 minutes 90 minutes
  5. 5. Mountain Guides Savvy people who will be happy to guide you this week. Experienced mountain guides will drop by periodically to provide tips and show us the best routes to our destination. Please approach them with your questions throughout our time at Online Educa. Graham Attwell Nicola Avery Stephen Citron Ignatia de Waart Peter Isackson Charles Jennings Nick Shackleton-Jones ...and perhaps others
  6. 6. Resources (online) (online)
  7. 7. Jay’s ecosystem: for reference HOME jaycross.com Internet Time Blog Internet Time Wiki interface Informal Learning Blog Jay’s Research Page Learnscaping Community
  8. 8. Today rlier Before After Later beta
  9. 9. Formal Informal Top-down, strict, tight Some self-directed Bottom-up, peer-to-peer, laissez- Control faire Courses, LMS, Push Workshops Conversations, learnscapes, Pull Delivery Hours 15 minutes 3 minutes max Duration Curriculum, what they say Class + OJT Discovery, what learner needs Content Before or after work In between work During work Timing Instructional designer SME Learner Author Months Days Minutes Time to develop
  10. 10. Internet values Connections Participation beta The Long Tail Power to the peers Standards Perpetual beta Loose coupling Real-time Interactivity Openness Asymmetrical productivity Transparency Authenticity
  11. 11. Books, 1499 & 2002
  12. 12. A year of the un-book
  13. 13. Jay’s instructional design journey training training + training eLearning behaviorist support on CD web replaces CD Mager job aids rich graphics anywhere, anytime leader guides branching online presentation workshops eliminate paper 1980 1990 1995 1998 formal learning eLearning+ eLearning learn/work add f2f back in peer learning in groups face to face platforms some options informal learning focus on doing spontaneous curriculum 2001 2004 2008
  14. 14. formal learning eLearning+ eLearning learn/work add f2f back in peer learning in groups face to face platforms some options informal learning focus on doing spontaneous curriculum 2001 2004 2008
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