Online Educa Berlin Conference<br />Berlin, Germany (3 December 2010) <br />“Knowledge Sharing 2.0 in educational institut...
United Nations University<br />– a differentuniversity…<br />
UNU – A Global University<br />
Problem oriented & transdisciplinary<br />Biotechnology and society <br />Local & global governance, regional integration ...
The United Nations University Vice Rectorate in Europe (UNU-ViE)<br />»Science and Technology to Ensure Human Security«.<b...
SCIENTIA section@UNU<br />Science Policy<br />E-learning & Innovative knowledge sharing processes<br />Institutional devel...
Let’sexperienceittogether…<br />
	Introduce yourself and describe in one word how do you feel right now<br />
Knowledge management evolution<br />Source: Marc SteinlinIngeniousPeopleKnowledge 2009 http://i-p-k.co.za <br />
FromKnowledge to bemanaged to knowledge to beshared<br />A new role for knowledge workers in educational institutions<br />
How do we create an environment where people can...<br />…Engage in meaningful conversations<br />
How do we create an environment where people can...<br />…Discuss issues that matter<br />
How do we create an environment where people can...<br />…Create common visions and collective action plan<br />
Example of a Knowledge Sharing Ecosystem<br />@ UNU…<br />
Knowledge Sharing experiences…<br /><ul><li>Brown Bag Lunches
Learning Hub Blog
Graphic Facilitation Community of Practice</li></li></ul><li>Brown Bag Lunches<br />Informal setting<br />Lunch time<br />...
Brown Bag Lunches<br />webconferencing RSS feeds<br />Sharing resources online<br />email etiquette<br />email management,...
Learning Hub Blog<br />Informal setting<br />Lunch time<br />Once a month <br />Sharing with colleagues – social media too...
Graphic Facilitation CoP<br />http://www.vie.unu.edu/learninghub<br />
Graphic Facilitation CoP<br />Sharing with colleagues & connecting with the world<br />Documenting our practice<br />Refle...
The shift<br />From a culture of teacher/expert centered knowledge <br />And<br />learning as a transmissive mechanism<br />
The shift?<br />We go to workshops, seminars, meetings<br />We listen to the expert<br />Interactions are limited<br />Dis...
The shift?<br />
A new reality isemerging<br />
Let’sexperienceittogether…<br />
	What is the most exciting learning you made during this conference and why?<br />
Debriefing…<br />How doesitfeel?<br />How doesitwork?<br />
http://www.kstoolkit.org/<br />Supported by CGIAR ICT-KM Program,FAO,KM4Dev and UNICEF<br />Knowledge sharing tools and me...
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  • So first a little bit about my noble institution to anchor it to this specific institutional context: the United Nations UniversityCreated by the UN General Assembly in 1973 UNU Headquarters located in Tokyo since 197513 institutes located in different parts of the worldUNU a different Universityfocus on research until now Education and teaching was introduced just on 21 December 2009. The General Assembly endorsed amendments to the UNU Charter, providing the right to grant master’s and doctoral degrees. Funding for academic work comes from host countries: Japan, Germany, Finland, Malaysia, Ghana, Zambia, Belgium, the Netherlands, Macao, Venezuela…) as well as foundations and the private sector;
  • UNU is a major think tank for the UN SystemUNU bridges the UN with the international academic communityIn the UNU worlds experts work on solutions to pertinent global problemsFocus lies on developing countries and sustainabilityUNU is a different University!
  • UNU-ViE is a Vice Rectorate established in May 2007 in Europe in Bonn, to connect with agencies and institutes of Higher Education, UNU-ViE concentrates on questions related to »Science and Technology to Ensure Human Security«.
  • In this context my job is to create a learning hub for innovative knowledge sharing processes, including also dynamic and interactive facilitation to support development of capacities in relation to e-learning, to facilitate policy dialogues betw policy makers, scientists and practitioners, with a particular focus on Africa
  • Speedgeeking – turn to yourleftneighbour (or change seat in order to find a partner)1 min to introduceyourself (name, country, institution, role) – after 1 min, change turnsWhatis the mostexcitinglearningyou made duringthisconference and why? – 1 min eachHow didyou come to choosethis session? Whatisyour relation to the topic (knowledge sharing) – 1 min each, taketurns
  • Speedgeeking – turn to yourleftneighbour (or change seat in order to find a partner)1 min to introduceyourself (name, country, institution, role) – after 1 min, change turnsWhatis the mostexcitinglearningyou made duringthisconference and why? – 1 min eachHow didyou come to choosethis session? Whatisyour relation to the topic (knowledge sharing) – 1 min each, taketurns
  • Speedgeeking – turn to yourleftneighbour (or change seat in order to find a partner)1 min to introduceyourself (name, country, institution, role + how do youfeel right now) – after 1 min, change turnsWhatis the mostexcitinglearningyou made duringthisconference and why? – 1 min eachHow didyou come to besittinghere? Whatisyour relation to the topic (knowledge sharing) – 1 min each, taketurns
  • Knowledge Sharing 2.0

    1. 1. Online Educa Berlin Conference<br />Berlin, Germany (3 December 2010) <br />“Knowledge Sharing 2.0 in educational institutions” <br />Dr. Virginie Aimard ::::: The United Nations University<br />Vice Rectorate in Europe<br />
    2. 2. United Nations University<br />– a differentuniversity…<br />
    3. 3. UNU – A Global University<br />
    4. 4. Problem oriented & transdisciplinary<br />Biotechnology and society <br />Local & global governance, regional integration <br />Environment and human security<br />Food and nutrition capacity building <br />Postgraduate fisheries research and development <br />Geothermal research, exploration and development <br />Strategic approaches to sustainable development<br />Global health <br />Software technologies for development <br />Leadership development <br />Sustainability and peace <br />Natural resources management <br />Water, environment and human health <br />Socio-economic impacts of new technologies<br />Development economics<br />UN-Water capacity development<br />Research projects – Capacity Development – Graduate Education<br />
    5. 5. The United Nations University Vice Rectorate in Europe (UNU-ViE)<br />»Science and Technology to Ensure Human Security«.<br />ViE is active in networking in capacity development, knowledge transfer, and strengthens the institutional development of UNU and its partners.<br />
    6. 6. SCIENTIA section@UNU<br />Science Policy<br />E-learning & Innovative knowledge sharing processes<br />Institutional development<br />…Focus AFRICA<br />
    7. 7.
    8. 8. Let’sexperienceittogether…<br />
    9. 9. Introduce yourself and describe in one word how do you feel right now<br />
    10. 10. Knowledge management evolution<br />Source: Marc SteinlinIngeniousPeopleKnowledge 2009 http://i-p-k.co.za <br />
    11. 11. FromKnowledge to bemanaged to knowledge to beshared<br />A new role for knowledge workers in educational institutions<br />
    12. 12. How do we create an environment where people can...<br />…Engage in meaningful conversations<br />
    13. 13. How do we create an environment where people can...<br />…Discuss issues that matter<br />
    14. 14. How do we create an environment where people can...<br />…Create common visions and collective action plan<br />
    15. 15. Example of a Knowledge Sharing Ecosystem<br />@ UNU…<br />
    16. 16. Knowledge Sharing experiences…<br /><ul><li>Brown Bag Lunches
    17. 17. Learning Hub Blog
    18. 18. Graphic Facilitation Community of Practice</li></li></ul><li>Brown Bag Lunches<br />Informal setting<br />Lunch time<br />Once a month <br />Sharing with colleagues – social media tools <br />Creating a culture of KS<br />
    19. 19. Brown Bag Lunches<br />webconferencing RSS feeds<br />Sharing resources online<br />email etiquette<br />email management, <br />online collaborative environments, <br />Social networking<br />webconferencing<br />Topicswere:<br />
    20. 20. Learning Hub Blog<br />Informal setting<br />Lunch time<br />Once a month <br />Sharing with colleagues – social media tools <br />http://www.vie.unu.edu/learninghub<br />
    21. 21. Graphic Facilitation CoP<br />http://www.vie.unu.edu/learninghub<br />
    22. 22. Graphic Facilitation CoP<br />Sharing with colleagues & connecting with the world<br />Documenting our practice<br />Reflecting & getting feedback<br />Triangulation and external validation <br />
    23. 23. The shift<br />From a culture of teacher/expert centered knowledge <br />And<br />learning as a transmissive mechanism<br />
    24. 24. The shift?<br />We go to workshops, seminars, meetings<br />We listen to the expert<br />Interactions are limited<br />Discussions for sake of discussions<br />
    25. 25. The shift?<br />
    26. 26. A new reality isemerging<br />
    27. 27. Let’sexperienceittogether…<br />
    28. 28. What is the most exciting learning you made during this conference and why?<br />
    29. 29. Debriefing…<br />How doesitfeel?<br />How doesitwork?<br />
    30. 30. http://www.kstoolkit.org/<br />Supported by CGIAR ICT-KM Program,FAO,KM4Dev and UNICEF<br />Knowledge sharing tools and methods<br />
    31. 31. KM4Dev<br />http://www.km4dev.org/<br />JoinCommunities of practice<br />
    32. 32. Let’s connect!<br />UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY<br />Vice Rectorate In Europe (UNU-ViE)<br />Dr. Virginie Aimard<br />Bonn, Germany<br />E-Mail:<br />aimard@vie.unu.edu<br />Corporatewebsite:<br />www.vie.unu.edu<br />Blog:<br />www.vie.unu.edu/learninghub<br />

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