2009 04 30 IFS - google or be googled

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2009 04 30 IFS - google or be googled

  1. Google or be googled… Teaching and learning in the 21st century Maarten Cannaerts Knowledge manager, KBC ICT
  2. 2. Technology 3. 1. HUMAN ? Information
  3. Internet tools such as facebook or youtube can help me in my job
  4. I use linkedin as a tool to connect to other people
  5. A crisis is a terrible thing to waste Barry Eichengreen
  6. www.linkedin.com/in/maartencannaerts www.slideshare.net/maartencannaerts maarten.cannaerts@gmail.com
  7. Project ondersteund binnen het actieplan Wetenschapsinformatie en Innovatie, een initiatief van de Vlaamse overheid, en binnen het onderwijsontwikkelingsfonds van de Associatie K.U.Leuven www.informatiewijzer.be - www.opzoeknaarmezelf.be
  8. Top 10 future jobs for Honda's Asimo robot 8. Teacher A Wi-Ficonnection into Wikipedia would ensure he'd never be caught out by cheeky questions about obscure historical figures, while he could be easily reconfigured to speak seven or eight different languages http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/asimo-1.jpg http://techdigest.tv/2007/03/top_10_future_j.html
  9. Any teacher that could be replaced by a computer, should be. (Arthur C. Clarke)
  10. i dont mean too bother u butquot;: Student Email and a Call for Netiquette BY DENISE D. KNIGHT AND NORALYN MASSELINK I'm sorry that I am apparently an inconvenience to your precious time, but you are my advisor and I'm pretty sure it is your job to clarify any misunderstandings that I might have….. maybe you should reconsider your role as an advisor…. I thought communicating with an actual person might be more helpful than trying to search for one particular answer in twenty pages of information.
  11. Smart! Innovative! Enthusiasm!
  12. Who checks e-mail every day?
  13. FRAND, “The information age mindset” (2000)
  14. A short quiz…
  15. Computers ......................... are not technology
  16. … 90% does instant messaging, 20% has an own website, 40% a blog, about 50% an online profile page. (TIRO)
  17. Multitasking ............................. is a way of life
  18. Less than 40% of -30 year old people know their own cell phone number http://www.collisiondetection.net/mt/archi ves/2007/10/quick_can_you_d.html
  19. Frequent use of e-mail and SMS is more harmful for your intelligence than using soft drugs
  20. “Infomania worse than marijuana”
  21. Students Watch Lecture Videos in Fast Forward http://www.flickr.com/photos/ole/2701699545/sizes/l/
  22. http://www.brainrules.net/attention
  23. Continuous Partial Attention?  ”The Tipping Point”… describes how researchers for Sesame Street determined what parts and how much of the show were actually registering with five-year-old kids. What they discovered was that, when presented with toys …, these children were able to play with toys and remember content from the show just as well as kids who just watched the show. http://www.randsinrepose.com/archives/2008/03/06/i_dont_multitask.html
  24. (http://www.express.be) not allowed to bring technological tools to meetings. … These “topless meetings” are much more productive.
  25. Doing is more important than knowing ..............
  26. http://gizmodo.com/5068119/for-a-quick-response-text-message-instead-of-voice-mail
  27. Trial and error Nintendo .............................. is preferred to conventional logic
  28. My smmr hols wr CWOT. B4, we used 2go2 NY 2C my bro, his GF & thr 3 :- kids FTF. ILNY, it's a gr8 plc http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/2814235.stm
  29. 2 rds dvrgd ina wd & i, i took th 1 les travld by & tht hs mde al th difernc (Keith, UK, R. Frost) http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/2814235.stm
  30. Today’s students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach. M. Prensky
  31. Education is what remains after what has been learned has been forgotten (B.F. Skinner)
  32. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/a6/DOWNTOWN.jpg 700m, Dubai
  33. Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed.
  34. Every morning a lion wakes up. It knows it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death.
  35. It doesn’t really matter whether you’re a lion or a gazelle. When the sun goes up, you’d better start running. (The world is flat, Thomas Friedman)
  36. Ebay for software development?
  37. We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist . . . (former Secretary of Education Richard Riley)
  38. Viral marketing specialist Embedded lover Valorisation coordinator Technology marketing analyst Digital media consultant E-marketeer Search-engine optimiser Ambient technology expert
  39. I don't know who invented water, but I know it wasn't the fish M. McLuhan
  40. http://www.boingboing.net/2008/05/13/1939-marital-rating.html
  41. http://www.boingboing.net/2008/05/13/1939-marital-rating.html
  42. Are our millennials really different, or just adapting more rapidly to a changing world?
  43. It is tough to make predictions, especiall about the future (Niels Bo http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/94/Niels_Bohr_Albert_Einstein3_by_Ehrenfest.jpg
  44. It’s not about technology – it’s about people -> collaboration in large networks It’s about being information literate
  45. http://www.vuijlsteke.be/michel/cachebush.png
  46. Educational innovation?
  47. We shape our tools… M. McLuhan shape us. …and then our tools
  48. Never confuse the map with the territory Empire of the Sun, J.G. Ballard
  49. Never confuse the tools with what you want to accomplish by using them
  50. -> It’s not about the tools, it’s about the people behind the tools.
  51. No written word, nor spoken plea Can teach our youth what they should be Nor all the books on all the shelves It's what the teachers are themselves Quoted by John Wooden
  52. Our challenges may be new. The instruments with which we meet them may be new. But those values upon which our success depends - hard work and honesty, courage and fair play, tolerance and curiosity, loyalty … - these things are old. These things are true.
  53. Collaboration tools to share knowledge in communities of practice?
  54. Dr. Edward Weiler, on the loss of the Mars Lander because of a simple error on conversion between metric and English units. People sometimes make errors - The problem here was not the error, it was the failure of NASA's systems engineering, and the checks and balances in our processes to detect the error. That's why we lost the spacecraft.
  55. We could have avoided the financial crisis if we had had better knowledge management in the financial world
  56. MIT research shows that 40% of creative teams productivity is explained by the amount of communication they have with others to discover, gather, and internalise information. http://www.theappgap.com/roi-of-being-social-at-work.html
  57. ? We could have avoided the 9-11 attacks with a better knowledge management between various intelligence agencies
  58. News shared with millions gives you noreal advantage. (The toxicity of information: why reading newspapers makes you dumber not smarter)
  59. (Mark Granovetter, 1973)
  60. I blog, you blog, we all blog.
  61. Information literacies?
  62. School is the advertising agency which makes you believe you need the society as it is M. McLuhan
  63. What is lonelygirl’s secret?
  64. 80% claims having good search-skills, but barely 50% does quality control on the search results(Mediappro)
  65. <http://plentyoffish.wordpress.com/2006/08/07/aol-search-data-shows- users-planning-to-commit-murder/>  17556639 how to kill your wife 17556639 how to kill your wife 17556639 wife killer 17556639 dead people 17556639 pictures of dead people 17556639 killed people 17556639 dead pictures 17556639 photo of death 17556639 death 17556639 dead people photos 17556639 photo of dead people 17556639 decapatated
  66. Data is the pollution of the information age. Bruce Schneier
  67. http://www.caror.org/Images/thank%20you.jpg www.slideshare.net/maartencannaerts http://www.denayer.wenk.be www.furl.net/members/maartencannaerts http://www.kbc.com - www.kbc.be www.edublogs.be http://www.informatiewijzer.be www.bloglines.com/public/maartencannaerts http://www.opzoeknaarmezelf.be

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