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Invited presentation to the 2012 Knowledge Utilization conference, Melbourne, Deakin University

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  • Introduction- eLearning educational developer
  • The present speed of information based on new technologies has undermined traditional expert driven processes of knowledge development and disseminationDave Cormier
  • Technology is also challenging traditional traditional expert contributed disciplinary knowledge as embodied in school curricula. Dave Cormier, (2008) says that the present speed of information based on new technologies has undermined traditional expert driven processes of knowledge development and dissemination. The explosion of freely available sources of information has helped drive rapid expansion in the accessibility of the canon and in the range of knowledge available to learners. We are being forced to re-examine what constitutes knowledge and are moving from expert developed and sanctioned knowledge to collaborative forms of knowledge construction.
  • Add ray kurtweil quoteManuel Lima The Power of Networks on RSAes - From Treets to NetworksWe cant keep upWe cant know it allWe need to network  Therefore Information crisis Need for filters, harness the strengths of others in our networkAdvantag
  • Manuel Lima The Power of Networks on RSAes - From Treets to NetworksNo linkinghierachicalAdd ray kurtweil quoteWe cant keep upWe cant know it allWe need to network  Therefore Information crisis Need for filters, harness the strengths of others in our networkAdvantag
  • Manuel Lima The Power of Networks on RSAes - From Treets to NetworksAdd ray kurtweil quoteWe cant keep upWe cant know it allWe need to network  Therefore Information crisis Need for filters, harness the strengths of others in our networkAdvantag
  • Manuel Lima The Power of Networks on RSAes - From Treets to NetworksNo linkinghierachicalAdd ray kurtweil quoteWe cant keep upWe cant know it allWe need to network  Therefore Information crisis Need for filters, harness the strengths of others in our networkAdvantag
  • Manuel Lima The Power of Networks on RSAes - From Treets to NetworksAdd ray kurtweil quoteWe cant keep upWe cant know it allWe need to network  Therefore Information crisis Need for filters, harness the strengths of others in our networkAdvantag
  • Add ray kurtweil quoteWe cant keep upWe cant know it allWe need to network  Therefore Information crisis Need for filters, harness the strengths of others in our networkAdvantagManuel Lima The Power of Networks on RSAes -
  • OpenLearning was built by UNSW graduates Richard Buckland and Adam Brimo, “YouTube and even more recent online education developments like Coursera don’t really replace the classroom or the university experience,” said Professor Buckland, whose lectures have received more than 2 million views on YouTubeThey are great at delivering content but not so great at providing the other things that students get from attending a course face to face at university – community, learning from peers, tutorials, practical work, and motivation to study and progress.”If the community dwindles and dies the enthusiastic students who can’t find someone to collaborate with become disenchanted.“It comes down to the teacher’s skills at getting collaboration going and nurturing that community.”
  • Add ray kurtweil quote
  • And its all faster, more connected, and cross-displinary
  • Not about knowledge going from one place to another disembodiedBut within a person and communityAnd in the context of other knowledge and social norms (so we need to be open to feedback, connected
  • Not about knowledge going from one place to another disembodiedBut within a person and communityAnd in the context of other knowledge and social norms (so we need to be open to feedback, connected
  • Not about knowledge going from one place to another disembodiedBut within a person and communityAnd in the context of other knowledge and social norms (so we need to be open to feedback, connected
  • Not about knowledge going from one place to another disembodiedBut within a person and communityAnd in the context of other knowledge and social norms (so we need to be open to feedback, connected
  • Not about knowledge going from one place to another disembodiedBut within a person and communityAnd in the context of other knowledge and social norms (so we need to be open to feedback, connected
  • If you want to engage, be present, that includes digitallyTakes time to develop
  • What is your digital identity?In the trust economy
  • Build your Personal Learning NetworkASK who is in your personal learning network
  • Build your Personal Learning NetworkASK who is in your personal learning network
  • James Surowiecki - large groups of people are smarter than an elite few, no matter how brilliant—better at solving problems, fostering innovation, coming to wise decisions, even predicting the futureHarness the Diversity of the communityEngagement and participation
  • This takes timeWATCHListen and learn first – LURK - Wenges notion of Community of PracticeAPPRECIATESHARE Then start to share resourcesDISCUSS Comment on ideas of othersPROPOSE Then share your ideasBUILD: establish your own network
  • This takes timeWATCHListen and learn first – LURK - Wenges notion of Community of PracticeAPPRECIATESHARE Then start to share resourcesDISCUSS Comment on ideas of othersPROPOSE Then share your ideasBUILD: establish your own network
  • This takes timeWATCHListen and learn first – LURK - Wenges notion of Community of PracticeAPPRECIATESHARE Then start to share resourcesDISCUSS Comment on ideas of othersPROPOSE Then share your ideasBUILD: establish your own network
  • This takes timeWATCHListen and learn first – LURK - Wenges notion of Community of PracticeAPPRECIATESHARE Then start to share resourcesDISCUSS Comment on ideas of othersPROPOSE Then share your ideasBUILD: establish your own network
  • My CommunityNumbers of followers
  • Of health researchOf health initiatives
  • Trend towards organisations partnering together Open innovationPartnerResearchers are realising that in the race to discover the next big cure, strength lies in numbers. "Competitive advantage now comes from having more people working with you than with anyone else," s – who might once have been competitors – are increasingly sharing expertise, intellectual property and financing.he Re:Search project, a partnership launched in 2011 between BIO Ventures and the World Intellectual Property Organisation (Wipo), which comprises 185 UN member states, calls for a more global interpretation of intellectual property to spur health innovation and development, and the collaboration of biotechnology firms, pharmaceutical companies and academia.
  • The use of game dynamics in non-game contexts:Of health researchOf health initiatives
  • Troy Library campaign
  • FolditPublic participation in researchGamified so anyone can participate without specialised knowledge
  • FolditPublic participation in researchGamified so anyone can participate without specialised knowledge
  • FolditPublic participation in researchGamified so anyone can participate without specialised knowledge
  • The use of game dynamics in non-game contexts:Of health researchOf health initiatives
  • The role of funODENPLAN in Sweden66% more people used stairs
  • The role of funODENPLAN in Sweden66% more people used stairs
  • The role of funODENPLAN in Sweden66% more people used stairs
  • The use of game dynamics in non-game contexts:Of health researchOf health initiatives
  • Freescale’sHome Health Hub reference platform.For most people, taking different medications can be difficult to track and manage. Information about each medication is not always easy to access, and there is no real time feedback about the effect of the medication and the health status. The virtual nurse provides alerts and reminders about medication times, and uses AR to capture information about the medication and then records what was taken and when.  It simplifies the process and provides valuable information to both the patient and the caregivers.
  • A two-dimensional matrix bar code that is used to store information, identify products.
  • The use of game dynamics in non-game contexts:Of health researchOf health initiatives
  • FolditPublic participation in researchGamified so anyone can participate without specialised knowledge
  • Superbetter.com is a game invented by Jane McGonigal who wrote the book Reality is BrokenBased on healthcare researchSet goals
  • Of health researchOf health initiativesSelf Determination TheorySelf efficacy
  • Social media
  • Canadian Institute of Health Research definition“A dynamic and iterative process that includes synthesis, dissemination, exchange and ethically- sound application of knowledge
  • Its not negotiable.Its part of your jobSet aside time each day to learn a new skill, read a blog, or send one tweet.Negotiate, beg steal time
  • This takes timeWATCHListen and learn first – LURK - Wenges notion of Community of PracticeAPPRECIATESHARE Then start to share resourcesDISCUSS Comment on ideas of othersPROPOSE Then share your ideasBUILD: establish your own network
  • This takes timeWATCHListen and learn first – LURK - Wenges notion of Community of PracticeAPPRECIATESHARE Then start to share resourcesDISCUSS Comment on ideas of othersPROPOSE Then share your ideasBUILD: establish your own network
  • It’s the intersection of disciplines that is a powerful learning edge
  • Increasingly complex timesWe are being called to be ethically and socially responsibleEmpowering of othersEnsure that change is effective, collaborative and sustained Requires an integrative and holistic approach, but with more and more information

Digital Technologies & strategies for knowledge utilization Digital Technologies & strategies for knowledge utilization Presentation Transcript

  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES & STRATEGIESFOR KNOWLEDGE UTILIZATIONSUSIE MACFARLANEE-LEARNING EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPERSCHOOL OF EXERCISE & NUTRITION SCIENCESFACULTY OF HEALTH, DEAKIN UNIVERSITYKNOWLEDGE UTILISATION 2012#KU12@susie_mac
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCONTENTS• 4 trends• Digital identity• Community• Curation• Crowdsourcing• Mobile• Gamification
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B3 trends
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BTrend #1Pace of changeInformation overload
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BWe are being forced to re-examinewhat constitutes knowledge and aremoving from expert developed andsanctioned knowledge to collaborativeforms of knowledge construction.Graham AttwellWarwick University
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B“The present speed of informationbased on new technologies hasundermined traditional expertdriven processes of knowledgedevelopment and dissemination”.Dave Cormier (2008)
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BTraditional 21st CenturySkill Learning a body of knowledge Lifelong learningNeed Knowing how Knowing how to learnPurpose Creating knowledge Creating meaningValuesIndividual success andcompetitionCommunity thriving andcollaborationSite / Speed Papers & books Blogs, posts & tweetsContext Certainty Constant changeffsds
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BTrend #2: ConnectednessProblems of simplicityProblems of disorganised complexityProblems of organised complexityWarren Weaver, 1948
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BKnowledge structures
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BKnowledge structures
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BOrganisational structures
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BKnowledge structures
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BResearch in complexity sciencehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complexity
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B340m tweets1m new accounts1.6b searchesPer day!300m photos/d500m mobile2b views/m500m users 900m users 160m users 90m users
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BFastest growing segment45 – 54 yr olds55% of those aged 45 – 54 yrsin the US have a profile on asocial media site
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BTrend #3Cross-disciplinarity
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BTrend #4Learning 1.0  2.0
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BLearning 1.0 Learning 2.0 Learning 3.0ProcessMemorize acceptedtruthConstruct knowledge Negotiate meaning andshared wisdomTaskFind information Filter and evaluateinformationCollaborate and sharethrough networkintelligenceDomainResearch Recommendation/Peer reviewCommunities & learningnetworksKU ? ? ?ffsdsffsds ffsds
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BLearning 1.0 Learning 2.0 Learning 3.0ProcessMemorize acceptedtruthConstruct knowledge Negotiate meaning andshared wisdomTaskFind information Filter and evaluateinformationCollaborate and sharethrough networkintelligenceDomainResearch Recommendation/Peer reviewCommunities & learningnetworksKU Disseminate (?)Engage andcollaborate (?)Form communities (?)
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BKnowledge translation“A dynamic and iterative processthat includes synthesis,dissemination, exchange andethically- sound application ofknowledgeto improve the health of Canadians,provide more effective health services andproducts, and strengthen the health caresystem.”Canadian Institute of Health Research
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BKnowledge translation“A dynamic and iterative processthat includessynthesis, dissemination, exchange and ethically- soundapplication of knowledgeto improve the health ofCanadians, provide more effective healthservices and products, and strengthen thehealth care system.”Canadian Institute of Health Research
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BKnowledge translation“A dynamic and iterative processthat includessynthesis, dissemination, exchange and ethically- soundapplication of knowledgeto improve the health ofCanadians, provide more effective healthservices and products, and strengthen thehealth care system.”Canadian Institute of Health Research
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BKnowledge translation“A dynamic and iterative processthat includes synthesis,dissemination, exchange andethically- sound application ofknowledgeto improve the health of Canadians,provide more effective health services andproducts, and strengthen the health caresystem.”Canadian Institute of Health Research
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BKnowledge translation“A dynamic and iterative processthat includes synthesis,dissemination, exchange andethically- sound application ofknowledgeto improve the health of Canadians,provide more effective health services andproducts, and strengthen the health caresystem.”Canadian Institute of Health Research
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BDigital Identity
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BDigital Identity = Trust
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BWhat is your [ Digital ] identity?Colleagues PeersCommunitiesPolicy makersIndustryProfessions
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BMaintaining your digital identity• Audit your digital presence(Google search)• Establish an accurate public profile(LinkedIn, Academia.edu, ResearchGate)• Keep information current• Monitor new information(Google alerts, Twitter mentions)
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCommunity
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BExchangePersonal Learning NetworkAlec Couros’ PLN@courosaScooped by Joyce Seitzinger@catzpyjamasnz
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BffsdsExchange
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BMicroblogging
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BTwitterTopic: #KU12Name: @susie_mac
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCommunity=Wisdom of the CrowdSynthesis
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BSynthesisCuration
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCuration = Quality
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BffsdsPearltrees
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BPearltrees
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BScoop.it
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BScoop.it
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing: open funding• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing: open funding
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing: open innovation
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BSocial media
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BSocial media: issuesIs the target individual, policy or populationlevel change?Does the project include a social mediastrategy?Does your group possess expertise in socialmedia?
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BBehaviour change
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcingOdenplan, Sweden
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BMobile
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BMobile• Mobile data collection• Location based data GPSIssues:• Access• platform compatibility
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BMobileAugmented realityLocalisationContext awarenessIntelligent interactionApps: Layar, SunseekerAirplay in The AgeFreescale: Home Health hubLayar platform
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BMobileQR codesMobile tagging of realworld objects withdigital information
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BGamification
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCrowdsourcing• Crowd
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BGamification of healthcareUrgent optimism {progression / goals}Social networking {social connection}Blissful productivity {flow}Epic meaning {belonging/purpose}
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BEvaluation andanalytics
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BCIHR processes Strategies ToolsEstablish platformEstablish identityBuild PLNCommunitySYNTHESIS CurateEXCHANGEMicrobloggingVideoDISSEMINATION ALLAPPLICATIONBeh. changeGamificationEvaluateAnalyticsGamification
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BTop 3 Survival Flourishing tips#1Value your learning
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B#2Build a networkTop 3 Survival Flourishing tips
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BTop 3 Survival Flourishing tips#3Cross boundaries
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B“Technology does not drive change.Technology enables change. It’s ourcollective response to the optionsand opportunities presented bytechnology that drives change.”Paul Saffo, futurist
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BThank yoususiem@deakin.edu.au
  • CRICOS Provider Code: 00113BResources• Gamification examples: Superbetter.com, Fold.it, Nike+, Runkeeper.• Horizon Report• Jane McGonigal (2012) The game that can give you 10 extra yearsof life (video)• Manuael Lima: The Power of Networks (RSA video)• Newboldl, K, Campos, S (2011) Media and Social Media in PublicHealth Messages: A Systematic Review. Available online• Video campaign: Troy Library• Augmented Reality: Layar, Sun seeker