Media en ICT in kennissamenleving

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Media en ICT in kennissamenleving

  1. 1. Media & ICT in een kennissamenleving Joeri van den Steenhoven 12 december, Hs Rotterdam
  2. 2. Kennisland wil Nederland slimmer maken, omdat we geloven dat het nodig is en we denken dat het kan
  3. 3. Kennis The basic economic resource – the means of production, to use economist’s term – is no longer capital, nor land, nor labor. It is and will be knowledge. (..) Value is now created by productivity and innovation, both applications of knowledge to work. Peter Drucker (1993)
  4. 4. 1 | Open content
  5. 5. Veel, heel veel De wereld telt • 100 miljoen iPods • 190 miljoen Gameboys • 820 miljoen computers • 1,5 miljard televisietoestellen • 2,5 miljard mobiele telefoons En deze cijfers veranderen snel
  6. 6. Het web is ons externe brein
  7. 7. Groei van Wikipedia
  8. 8. Sociale netwerken
  9. 9. Wereldwijd populairste websites Top 2008 1 yahoo.com 2. youtube.com 3. live.com 4. google.com 5. myspace.com 6. facebook.com 7. msn.com 8. hi5.com 9. wikipedia.org 10. orkut.com
  10. 10. every minute 10 hours of new content is uploaded
  11. 11. quot;Nobody is crying that people who used to go around selling ice to people do not have a job anymore because of the fridge. It would be stupid but it is the same thingquot; - Brokep, the Pirate Bay
  12. 12. “What is important for the music industry to understand is that this “A young fan may be really doesn’t hurt the just as devout and artists.” dedicated no matter if he bought it or stole it.”
  13. 13. Verandering in mediagebruik jongeren • bron: Virtueel Platform, Jeugd 2.0
  14. 14. 100 miljoen uur aan menselijk denkwerk
  15. 15. 200 miljoen uur per jaar
  16. 16. 2 | Wat betekent dit nu?
  17. 17. Find it, rip it, mix it, share it
  18. 18. 4. MySociety: Civil Society Media
  19. 19. ‘Conversation is King.
  20. 20. Content is just something to talk about.’
  21. 21. Krijgt pas waarde
  22. 22. als het in geplaatst wordt
  23. 23. en erover gepraat wordt
  24. 24. Wat kan doen wij hiermee?
  25. 25. B
  26. 26. Beeldend digitaal lesmateriaal voor het onderwijs
  27. 27. maar ook liefhebbers...
  28. 28. participeren
  29. 29. 3 | Uitdagingen voor onderwijs
  30. 30. Netwerken Dominant functions and processes in the Information Age are increasingly organised around networks. Networks are open structures, able to expand without limits, integrating new nodes as long as they are able to communicate within the network, namely as long as they share the same communication codes. Manuel Castells (1996)
  31. 31. Innovatie Organisations are moving from closed to open innovation models. They have to because there are always more smart people outside your organisation than inside. Charles Leadbeater
  32. 32. Dank! Joeri van den Steenhoven js@kl.nl Presentatie is binnenkort beschikbaar op slideshare.net (tags: Kennisland, onderwijsdagen, SURF)
  33. 33. De spanning
  34. 34. De spanning

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