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August 19, 2009 presentation Using Social Media Tools to Improve Workplace Learning, sponsored by Cornerstone OnDemand

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    Using  Social  Media  Tools To  Improve  Workplace  Learning Using Social Media Tools To Improve Workplace Learning Presentation Transcript

    • Using Social Media Tools to Improve Workplace Learning Wednesday, August 19, 2009 Janet Clarey, Analyst & Sr. Researcher Brandon Hall Research
    • We are communicating differently
    • We are communicating through more channels and using more communication technology tools. Communic Communic Communication ation ation
    • We are interacting and Interaction and collaborating differently. collaboration
    • We are interacting and collaborating through more channels and using Interaction and collaboration more collaboration technology tools.
    • We are accessing and processing information differently
    • We create, share, remix, tag, connect, link, network. We control it. Cont rol
    • M e d i a
    • Google’s worldwide traffic of the Social Media term “social media”
    • What does this mean for learning? Le arn ing
    • Learning is an integral and inseparable aspect of social practice. – Lave & Wenger, 1991 Lear ning
    • We are moving toward a knowledge-era model of education with large-scale social networks involving complex communities and individual identity construction. –Wenger, 2004 Complex
    • It is within complex online communities and networks where social construction of understanding occurs. –Huberman, Romero, & Fang, 2008 S o c i a l
    • It’s my first day at my new job. I hope I like it here. Pe opl e
    • T r a d i t i o n a l
    • Same old, same old Predictable
    • What day is Computer Who do I pay day? P usage? r o c work with? e s s Where do I Where do sit? I park? How do I answer the phone? Who do I need to know in other departments? What will I be working on Who are the first? movers and shakers?
    • N e t w o r k
    • Non-traditional, unpredictable
    • New blend Conversations get smaller, more e-learning…plus…on-the-job Learning gets fragmented training…plus social networks… Courses get shorter
    • Differentiators of “Web 2.0 / Social Media” 1. No formal teaching structure 2. Situated 3. Not dependent on time or place 4. No grades / ratings / certifications 5. Relies on peer-to-peer interaction 6. Relies on interaction with Internet media 7. Not stored in a central repository 8. Folksonomy approach to tagging vs. standardization 9. Unorganized and unmanaged
    • 9.5 strategies… because you’re SOL without a strategy.
    • 1.) Blended Learning
    • 2.) Informal Learning
    • 3.) Collaborative Learning Environment
    • 4.) Knowledge Management
    • 5.) As part of a learning plan
    • 6.) Community
    • 7.) Leadership development
    • 8.) Professional development
    • 9.) To develop and retain talent
    • 9.5) NetGen
    • Now what?
    • Further discussion… janet@brandon-hall.com http://twitter.com/jclarey http://brandon-hall.com/janetclarey Kicks ass Thanks!
    • Webinar participants collaborative slide – what makes ILT bad
    • Webinar participants collaborative slide – what makes an ideal online community?