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Joachim Niemeier's keynote presentation at Stuttgart 2008 Open Forum on e-Learning Standards and Industry. The need to make Web 2.0 technologies and related standards available in a corporate context ...

Joachim Niemeier's keynote presentation at Stuttgart 2008 Open Forum on e-Learning Standards and Industry. The need to make Web 2.0 technologies and related standards available in a corporate context is supported by 5 gaps in communication, learning and knowledge management in enterprises.

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    The Changing World of e-Learning The Changing World of e-Learning Presentation Transcript

    • The Changing World of e-Learning Industry and the Need for Common Standards Along the Supply Chain 05. September 2008 Joachim Niemeier
    • A Tag Cloud of My Interests
    • Rock Art
    • My Web 2.0 Career at Flickr
    • What Exactly Is the New World of e-Learning? Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mscolly/145052885/
    • Patterns of Change New New Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • Experimentation: Is It Useful? New Leading Edge New Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • A Product Is Released New Leading Edge Products New Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • Commoditisation New Leading Edge Products Common Utility Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • Example Electricity Electricity 1890’s Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • Example Electricity 2008 Electricity Telecommunication Internet … Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • How to Manage Change? Electricity Combustion Engine 1885 Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • 1885 Daimler Riding Car Taken from: http://www.museum-mercedes-benz.com /
    • 1886 Daimler Motorized Carriage Taken from: http://www.museum-mercedes-benz.com /
    • A Phase of Experimentation Taken from: http://www.museum-mercedes-benz.com /
    • A Phase of Experimentation Taken from: http://www.museum-mercedes-benz.com /
    • Mobility Is Today a Commodity Electricity Mobility Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • But What Happend On this Way? Products Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • 1908 First Series-Production Model with a Six-cylinder Engine Taken from: http://www.museum-mercedes-benz.com /
    • Remember: Useful for Everyone? Leading Edge Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • 1894 Benz Motor Velocipede Taken from: http://www.museum-mercedes-benz.com /
    • Web 2.0 is a Hot Topic Today Communication Social Networking Videos Web OS Programs Photos Shopping Information Life
    • What Makes the New Web Work?
    • What Makes the New Web Work?
      • UGC: User Generated Content
      • Borrow from others (Rip)
      • Insert your own contribution (Mix)
      • Publish it (Feed)
    • Web 2.0: Architecture of Participation Quelle: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dionh/234525331/
    • Strong Growth of the Blogosphere http://www.sifry.com/alerts/archives/000493.html
    • How to Manage Change? New Leading Edge Products Common Utility Pressure Taken from: Simon Wardley (2008)
    • The Enterprise 2.0 Story
      • Started with Web 2.0
      • A change in the way the Web is being used
      • Innovative new software applications that shift most control to the users
      • Simple software models that embrace the intrinsic power of networks
      • Applications that almost anyone can quickly learn and use, virtually fee
      Source: Dion Hinchcliffe (2008)
    • What Kind of Change Is It? http://www.flickr.com/photos/sydneydawg2006/150349064/
    • How Well Is Enterprise 2.0 Understood in Your Organization? Source: aiim MarketIQ (2008)
    • 1886 Daimler Motorized Carriage Taken from: http://www.museum-mercedes-benz.com /
    • Characteristics of Communication Channels Source: Accenture (2008)
    • Collaboration Focuses on New Capabilities Source: Accenture (2008)
    • Microblogging: More Than Fun Source: Accenture
    • Gap 1: Conversations are Not Captured
      • Enterprises have gone through its phases of knowledge management and e-Learning tools
      • But the hurdles to capture and share short chunks of information are too high with the existing tools
      • Quick decisions are not being documented as it is not enough for a document or worth completing a form
      • Reason: Traditional business thinking around formal processes and tools ensure process adherence
    • Blogs and Twitter-style Tools Fill this Gap
    • Microblogging for Project Communication
    • Gap 2: Policies for Dealing with UGC
      • In every conversation experts and people closest to an issue create microinformation
      • Everbody can contribute and consume, but …
      • Policies for the investigation process of examination, fact-checking, and evaluation of learning messages are not available
      • When ideas evolve into something concrete then they usually require a different environment
    • Posting of Content Policy (by Organization Size) Source: The eLearning Guild Research (2008)
    • Gap 3: Transition to a More Organized Thinking and Collaboration Environment
      • Governance and policies in enterprises: change from control to coordination
      • More structured information sharing
      • But also: A higher (emotional) hurdle to use this tool
      • How can Wikis be designed to support teaching and learning objectives?
    • Gap 4: Support of Collective Activities
      • Most tools in enterprises focuse on collaboration and set groups
      • A majority of users will not have a high level of engagement with a given group
      • As we engage with the web, we leave behind breadcrumbs of attention
      • Support for collective activities are critical
    • Power Law of Partipation Source: http://ross.typepad.com/blog/2006/04/power_law_of_pa.html
    • Organizing Enterprise Metadata Source: http://solutions.dowjones.com/cookbook/ebook_sla2008/cookbookebook_dScott.pdf
    • Gap 5: Learning in the Cloud
      • A lot of relevant (digital) content is outside the company (eg. at customers, partners, or suppliers site)
      • Innovative enterprises are interested to share content in learning communities
      • Open Content gains momentum
      • Findability becomes critical: Optimize content to make it findable
        • for search engines
        • for human beings within a network ecology
    • What are the „Best Fits“? Source: Will Thalheimer (2008), Evaluation e-Learning 2.0
    • What Brings Web 2.0 Into Mainstream? Taken from: http://www.museum-mercedes-benz.com /
    • It‘s More Than Technology and the Human Element Leading Edge Products
    • My Virtual Identity
      • Joachim Niemeier
      • Skype: jniemeier
      • eMail: [email_address]
      • XING: https://www.xing.com/profile/Joachim_Niemeier
      • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=543349038
      • Private Weblog: http://www.7daysandmore.blogspot.com/
      • Corporate Weblog: http://www.centrestage.de
      • Bookmarks: http://del.icio.us/JNiemeier
      • Friendfeed: http://www.friendfeed.com/jniemeier
      • Twitter: http://twitter.com/JoachimNiemeier
      • Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/joachim_niemeier /