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Vortrag gehaltem am 9. Oktober 2008 auf der KnowTech in Frankfurt

Vortrag gehaltem am 9. Oktober 2008 auf der KnowTech in Frankfurt

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    • Dr. Jochen Robes KnowTech 2008 9. Oktober 2008 Renaissance der Community Communities und Netzwerke als kritische Erfolgsgrößen http://xkcd.com
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    • Communities boomen
    • Was ist Twitter? „ Twitter ist ein soziales Netzwerk und ein Mikro-Blogging-Dienst.“ (Wikipedia)
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    • Andrew McAfee, 28.09.2008
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    • What are you doing?
    • What are you doing?
    • Thanks!
    • What are you doing?
    • „ Neun Millionen Deutsche haben Profile im Internet“ BITKOM, 18.06.2008
    • 16% of the global information workforce are already “hyperconnected” IDC/ Nortel, May 2008
    • die soziologische Perspektive
    • The Strength of Weak Ties Granovetter, 1973
    • 1995
    • Nie/ Erbing, Internet and Society, 2000
    • Wellman, 2003
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    • die organisationale Perspektive
    • “ Community of Practice” Etienne Wenger Lave/Wenger, Situated Learning, 1991
    • “ Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly.” www.ewenger.com
    • Communities als informelle Strukturen Communities als dynamische Prozesse Communities & Teilhabe
    • “ What is the role of design for a ‘human institution’ that is, by definition, natural, spontaneous, and self directed?” Wenger/ McDermott/ Snyder, Cultivating communities of practice, 2002
    • Community & Web 2.0
    • Warten auf Web 2.0:  Online-Communities: erste Versuche ohne Breitenwirkung  Wissensmanagement: „a technology-centered tunnel vision“ (Seely Brown/ Duguid, The Social Life of Information, 2000)  E-Learning: Verzicht auf kommunikative und kollaborative Elemente
    • Web 2.0: Tools & Grundprinzipien
      • Weblogs, Microblogging, Podcasts, Vodcasts
      • Social Networking Sites
      • Wikis
      • Social Bookmarking
      • Tagging
      • RSS & Newsreader
      • Mashups
      • participating
      • publishing user- generated content
      • collaborating
      • sharing
      • communicating
      • meeting with friends
    • “ Networks as ecosystems” Stephen Downes Downes, Groups vs. Networks, 2007
    • “ Social Networking Sites are primarely organized around people, not interests.” Danah Boyd Boyd/ Ellison, Social Network Sites, 2007
    • Three forms of blog based community: the single blog centric, topic centric and community centric Nancy White, Blogs and Community, Full Circle Online Interaction Blog, 2006
    • Wesch, 2008 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPAO-lZ4_hU)
    • zentrale Fragen bleiben
    • 1. Steuerung vs. Selbstorganisation
    • Finding the Balance HQ Interaktive Mediensysteme GmbH, 2007
    • 2. Offenheit vs. Geschlossenheit
    • „ ... informieren wir, dass die Nutzung externer Blogs, Social Networking, Newsgroups, File-Sharing- und Messaging-Portale oder web-basierter Mailsysteme blockiert wird.“ (Sept 2008) Calculating Risk
    • 3. Formal vs. Informell
    • Making sure it matters
    • 4. Individuum vs. Community
    • What’s in it for me? Banksy
    • zentrale Anforderungen
    • Auf dem Weg zur community-driven Company: Mut - Spass - Neugierde Banksy
    • Herzlichen Dank!
    • Kontakt: Dr. Jochen Robes HQ Interaktive Mediensysteme GmbH , Wilhelmstr. 34, 65183 Wiesbaden, 0611 – 99 212 -0, jr@hq.de [email_address] Weiterbildungsblog : www.weiterbildungsblog.de Xing : https://www.xing.com/profile/Jochen_Robes Twitter : https://twitter.com/jrobes Slideshare : http://www.slideshare.net/jrobes